Such a hidden gem in Belfast! The guys there are so passionate and chatty. Delicious iced coffee and Bánh mì sandwiches. A nostalgic place for anyone who has visited Vietnam, and for people who haven't it is a great place to try, and get away from the usual chains. 5 minute walk from the busy city centre. Authentic and local.read more
I'm just back from a trip to Vietnam and these guys have captured Vietnamese coffee perfectly with authentic brews right here in Belfast. Friendly staff, a cosy atmosphere and something a bit different to your regular latte!read more
Friendly family business with sourced coffee from....well you can work that one out. Always good service, excellent coffee and freshly made to order Vietnamese baguette. It's not far off the main road and near lots of hotels for a great start to the day (open from 8am).read more
Dropped in the other day for the first time. Was hoping it would be the real taste and not just coffee with Vietnamese artwork. Wasn't disappointed. Transported across the world for twenty minutes.read more
Had been told about this place before but never visited. Yesterday on landing at Belfast my girlfriend brought me here. Fab coffee and ace sausage rolls. So cool to see a coffee shop that isn't a generic American style, and not afraid to do something different �read more
Beautiful place!!! As an Vietnamese visiting BF, I was so suprised with the decoration of the shop as well as the similarity of the coffee compared to the coffee that I have in my own country. Worth visiting guys!!!read more
Called in for an early coffee this morning with a friend who had travelled in Vietnam and recommended us trying it. The coffee is absolutely genuine and unforgettable, as is the two enthusiastic and knowledgeable owners who travelled south east Asia and brought the flavour back to our wee part of the world. The prices and experience is unbelievable and unbeatable. I’ll definitely be back for ‘coffee and milk’. All the best for you guys.read more
What a revelation! The coffee gods are truly smiling upon Belfast. Happily going to trek across the city for another single drop of the sweet Vietnamese nectar. I'd give more stars but it's capped at 5; have a flag instead: �. Don't be closing on us now!read more
On returning from a month travelling through Vietnam, I was super excited to find Ireland's first Vietnamese coffee shop! Vietnamese coffee is stronger and much tastier than other alternatives and I was excited to find that their coffee was authentic and delicious. The Small brothers provide a friendly and inviting service and are extremely chatty and interesting. Overall, the experience of visiting this coffee shop is extremely pleasant and I would definitely recommend it.read more
I'm from Houston, Texas, and I've been in Europe for about six weeks so far. One thing I've really missed from home has been Vietnamese Coffee, so I was so happy when I stumbled across this shop! It's absolutely legit, and I plan to return every day I'm here.read more
Yall be goin inda town? See the thing is, if you bout to be up out dis biatch. Check it. Peep Dis bad ass Vietnamese coffeeshap. Let me ax you somin. You fian ta raise up and git yo beverage on? From the interior to the exterior. You got to get your posterial in dis here coffee shap. Shit dog! You lay in da cut straight sittin on your ass an gitting yo drink on an snack on while these groovy ass bros be droppin' supafly vinyls onto real turntables!
East coast, west coast, north or south it don't matta, they'll git'cha real Vietnamese coffee or tea served hot ass or cold, sweet or straight with a superfine snack. Then you be kickin' back at yo table chillin wit a sweet funk in the air thinkin they was some crazy ass boss baristas....and you wouldn't be wrong
Hell this phat, spacious, groovy ass coffeehouse got so many fine beverages it be cryin. Yeah, you thought it was rain. So bring a towel cause at the VCC, it's layed out like dat. Supa-fine authentic beverages in cool vibed out spot with serious choons on the player ya hurd.