Restaurant 28/2 Tran Hung Dao Street, Hoi An City, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam Published on: 01-07-2016
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Why The Espresso Station is special ?
The Espresso Station offers various kinds of coffee such as Vietnamese coffee, Italian coffee, Specialty coffee with drip making. Roasting coffee and Latte Art is also available if you are interesting.
King (the coffee shop owner) is a passionate barista, who created great coffee by his heart and make a enjoyable atmosphere throughout the day.
A cup of Cappuccino or Frappuccino is beautifully presented gives the bitter taste of coffee but really delicious. Beside that, Latte and Smoothies are also get a highly recommend from foodies.
The staff are charming, helpful and engaging and the price is affordable.
How to get to The Espresso Station?
You go to 28 Tran Hung Dao Street will see a small path between two tailors. Go straight ahead, there is a tiny sign (running alongside the tailor’s shop) which led to a tiny coffee shop.
- Amazing place & owner
- Wonderful little gem of a coffee stop!
- Best espresso in town
- Nice coffee place in a quiet alley
- Truly a hidden gem in a city of tourism
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Budget
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast YES
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
28/2 Tran Hung Dao Street, Hoi An City, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam
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The best coffee I have tasted so far in Hoi An. Both Egg coffee and iced Vietnamese are delicious. Super friendly staff too.
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Being coffee lovers we hunt out the best coffee place where ever we go and the espresso station is the best coffee we have had in Vietnam after being here two weeks. The cafe has a gorgeous chilled out vibe and it's so relaxing. Almost a Melbourne feel to it. It's hidden down a little lane which makes it fun to find and away from the hustle and bustle of the Main Street. The coffees we ordered were amazing and true to Sydney standards of coffee. The owner King is such a lovely guy so passionate about his coffee and loves to talk about it if you want to talk about it which we did! We were in Hoi An for three days and on the third day when we went back and found much to our disappoint the place was closed as he was at the Vietnam national barista competition (due to a lovely message left to his customers at the door) we were due to fly to Saigon the next day and I remember King saying he has trained in saying he had trained in Saigon so I messaged him via FB on his cafe page to ask where should we go next for a coffee down there. We instantly got a message back inviting us to the coffee show he was at and that he would make us coffees at the show. We certainly went to the show and had the best day. King was such a lovely host introducing us to who trained him and his team etc. He went above and beyond - thank you King!! Everyone must go to the espresso station when in Hoi An :)