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I can’t claim to be egg coffee expert. This was just the second place I had it.
But ... Giang Cafe was the original, it is sooo good, better than the first I had tried in a restaurant and one third the price. So now...More
Not only coffee, but you can have with whipped egg almost anything! Tea, rum... Full of tourists, but not with tourist prices. The place has a long tradition. If you want to try Vietnamese egg coffee in Hanoi, this is the place!
The sign is almost bigger than the doorway. The chairs are small and typical. The room was stuffy and hot. The service nearly apathetic. But that egg coffee, oh that deliciously sweet, creamy and custardy, must have egg coffee will change you (in a good...More
Heard many reviews about this place, came here with little expectations just in case. But turns out to be unfounded worries. Highly recommended, truly think it has the best tasting egg coffee around (tried it from my friend's cup). I drank the egg chocolate because...More
It was my first experience having an egg coffee. So i decided, it's worth to go to the place where it was born.
The cafe is right in Old Quarter area, so you can have a stop and rest after all that crowded areas visits....More
I personally think egg coffee is semi-cooked egg since hot dripped coffee was mixed into the egg foam. We had tried two different version of egg coffee & one egg custard dessert on the street. None of our members of the... More
I personally think egg coffee is semi-cooked egg since hot dripped coffee was mixed into the egg foam. We had tried two different version of egg coffee & one egg custard dessert on the street. None of our members of the group had any negative effects. The most important aspect on foreign food was if you never exposed to any of the new ingredients before than it's not to take any chance while traveling. I always have raw egg in my salad dressing & various cooking so I know my system can handle it. Enjoy it's gave you a very smooth light taste of drinking Vietnamese coffee. ( they only do it in Hanoi)