Returned to the address but as JLatte pointed out it is a new café called Cotero - see pictures. The coffee is still good. They roast their own beans and blend Columbian, Ethiopian and Vietnamese beans as the house blend. My espresso was well made, great strength and lovely mouth feel. The flavour has a grassy edge to it which is probably the Columbian washed beans. Kafeville is still operating nearby at 23 Yen Ninh, Truc Bach Ba Dinh. See picture. The coffee there was again very high standard. Kafeville is still only using Columbian beans they roast themselves. Kafeville has a second outlet at 21 Bac Son Street apparently. I asked both proprietors to fix their listings on Beanhunter to remove the confusion.
This small café tucked away in the Ba Dinh area of Hanoi is a gem if you love your coffee. I had a perfectly balanced espresso made with beans from Columbia and watched the barista making various other styles with different sourced beans to match the requested style. The café only has imported beans which is unusual in Viet Nam these days given there are some excellent Arabica beans now being grown there. Nonetheless the roast and extraction of the Columbian beans was excellent so no complaints from me.
Located at 22 Nguyen Trung Truc, Kafeville is a little cafe shop that I strongly recommend you visit when in Ha Noi. Nothing too much to pr, Let's visit and enjoy in your way. If you want to relist pure cafe, this shop must be your selection. I was impressed by the way a barista make me a drip-coffee.This was the first time I saw that in person, not through internet or any clips on Youtube.
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