Saigon Coi Rieng Coffee shop

Finally I able to get a picture of one of the best coffee shops in Saigon.  I spent most of the day at Coi Rieng coffee shop located in the Tan Binh District not far from my house.  It is actually a comfortable place to spend the day.  Too food is not bad and the coffee quite good.  I ended up eating a small breakfast and light lunch there.

The music is not too loud so you can have a casual conversation without having to scream at your friends.  WiFi is available as well.

There were several Expats there as well but normally mostly Vietnamese visit Coi Rieng.

No rain to cool things down though 🙁

Saigon Coi Rieng Coffee shop

(front view near entrance)

Saigon Coi Rieng Coffee shop

(My breakfast)

Saigon Coi Rieng Coffee shop

(Cafe sua da)

Saigon Coi Rieng Coffee shop

(Several pools at Coi Rieng)

Saigon Coi Rieng Coffee shop

(Surfing the free WiFi on my AspireOne)

Coi Rieng Addrees: 334A Nguyen Trong Tuyen, Ward 2, Tan Binh District, Saigon.

9 comments on “Saigon Coi Rieng Coffee shop”

  1. layered

    Coi Rieng uses chairs that are among the most beautiful I have ever seen. But they are also the most uncomfortable chairs I have ever sat in — no back support. How could you sit in those chairs for as long as you did?
    — Mel

  2. An Nguyen Floss

    Oh, if you like classical art, I’d like to introduce “Guitar G?” Coffee in Phu Nhuan Dist. It’s just a small coffee shop but it’s a well-known place with the poets and musicians in Saigon, especially for the classical guitarist. They often perform classical guitar (duo or solo) at nights. A good corner for enjoying fine art and relaxing after a stressful day.

    Address: 3F Thich Quang Duc St., Phu Nhuan Dist.

  3. An Nguyen Floss

    Quote: “I’d like to introduce “Guitar G?” Coffee in Phu Nhuan Dist”
    I tried to type “Guitar Go^~”, you know, it’s vietnamese, but the result was G?

  4. An Nguyen Floss

    Quote: “I’d like to introduce “Guitar G?” Coffee in Phu Nhuan Dist”
    I tried to type “Guitar Go^~”, you know, it’s vietnamese, but the result was G?
    Ooops, should have mentioned great post! Waiting for your next post!

  5. DoanThuc

    Oh, i love Coi Rieng cafe, it is lovely. there is Piano each Saturday night. I heard that Coi Rieng and Du Mien cafe’s owner is the same.

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