Restaurant 060, Fansipan, Sa Pả, Sa Pa, Lào Cai, Vietnam Published on: 24-12-2015
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Why Cafe in the Clouds is special ?
Cafe in the Clouds sits at the lower end of Fansipan Street, jutting out over the valley. It doesn't look like much, but the views are astonishing and the pho is so good too. The owner is very friendly and can help with onward travel arrangements. A recommended lunch or beer stop, well located for when you've walked back up from Cat Cat Village. You can also have a light lunch or meal here, such as soup, spring rolls or even a rice dish. Cafe in the Clouds will make you feel comfortable to sit in the restaurant to enjoy the food, music Vietnam and harmony with the sun, clouds and mountains.
How to get to Cafe in the Clouds?
Cafe in the Clouds is located on Fansipan Street. From Sapa Park, just follow the Fansipan Road to get to this cafe.
- Best authentic Vietnamese food in Sapa
- Yum and great views: Recommended
- Worth a visit for the cold beer, food and view
- Nice people, excellent view and good food
- Wonderful Owner & Fantastic View
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Budget
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast YES
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
060, Fansipan, Sa Pả, Sa Pa, Lào Cai, Vietnam
Tips for you
That is one great experience at Sapa when we have a meal at this restaurant. I and my friend came here and we tried many food like Pho, Bun cha, Spring Rolls. And they can make tasty Pizza, Hamburger with their style. The atmosphere is natural and pure. They made me feel comfortable to sit in the restaurant to enjoy the food, music Vietnam and harmony with the sun, clouds and mountains. But I see their dogs locked up in a cage rather small. I was really surprised and angry when I see it. But when I asked them, they replied that the weather in Vietnam this season will make the dog out of control, they will break out and bite of their other animals. And they very care for their loved dogs and try to help them in control. Although, sometimes the dogs would bark and make customers uncomfortable. So I think we should sympathize with them.