Cafe Nola, Hanoi

Sep 24, 2010

by SAMANTHA COOMBER

A French Indochina legacy, cafes are an integral element of Hanoi culture. Among a hip new breed, Cafe Nola stands out. Hidden down an Old Quarter alley, the multi-level vintage house has quirky interiors, arty ambience and cosy nooks. Perfect for chilling, so bring a book, laptop (there’s free wi-fi) or play the piano provided. Drinks include local favourite ca phe den da (iced black coffee).

Source Qantas The Australian Way October 2010
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