In every nook and cranny was a beautiful still-life. Opened by a passionate cook and an equally passionate decorator, Maison de Tet Décor is a space where the pair shares their passions with the community around them.
You don’t have to go to the Sofitel to try Mr. Nguyen’s world famous egg coffee, just pop by his shop instead. Opened in 1946, Giang Coffee is a more than a traditional Vietnamese coffee shop, it’s practically an institution.
A crowd of people had gathered on its front porch, sitting on tiny stools while nursing a steaming cup of joe as they people-watched. When we made our way inside, it became obvious that while the shop was packed partly due to its location, its coffee wasn’t to be taken lightly.
A small orange house with blue windows, The Espresso Station was the epitome of a hidden gem. From the look and feel of it, the shop seemed extremely promising; the smell of coffee wafted through the air and a row of bikes lined the path leading to it.