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Why Sapa O'Chau Café is special ?
The Sapa O’Chau cafe, opened in 2011 and located on Thac Bac Street in Sapa, is both the reception area for organising and waiting for treks and a relaxed place for a coffee break or snack.
Sapa O’Chau (O’Chau means thank you in Hmong) was born in 2007, the brainchild of Shu Tan, a Hmong woman who wanted to help open up opportunities for local people in Sapa, particularly those from ethnic minority villages. Visitors to Sapa can connect with Sapa O’Chau in several ways, including joining a trek or visiting the cafe. Profits also go back into the community.
Sapa O’Chau is truly helping visitors to live its slogan: Come to Sapa and leave more than just footprints so do consider using their services.
Must try dishes:
Sapa trout fish and chips
Ham and cheese baguette
How to get to Sapa O'Chau Café?
The Sapa O’Chau cafe lies on Thac Bac street where you can easily walk in or take a taxi to reach the place.
- The right address to enjoy breakfast
- Relaxing and yummy
- Great cafe and even better tours
- Great food at a great price
- Nice people and good hot chocolate
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
8 Thác Bạc, tt. Sa Pa, Lào Cai, Vietnam
Tips for you
Cute place, and it's also part of an organization that seems to be a good cause. I ordered the Sapa trout fish and chips, super delicious, and as I mentioned in the title they give a pretty good ketchup portion (so rare in Asia)! Service was a bit slow and seats kind of uncomfortable, but overall a very pleasant experience.
Great cafe working with a great cause! The cafe supports the local Sapa O'Chau school which helps educate the young children of Sapa! Be sure to ask them about their trekking and homestay trips!