Review of Den Da Coffee and Dessert in Danang

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Great place to chill. Love the high ceilings.

If you’re looking for a cafe a little more stylish than Holic Coffee, check out Den Da Coffee and Dessert in Danang. Located at 6 Trần Quốc Toản, it is a five-minute walk away from Avora Hotel, the accommodation we stayed at in downtown Danang. Den Da Coffee is the place to hang out if you’re looking for a cafe with normal-sized chairs and tables. It was quite crowded during the weekend; you might have to wait a while before seats become available.


Review of Den Da Coffee and Dessert in Danang
Tree overlooking cafe-goers.

What I really liked about Den Da Cafe was the high ceilings. I’m neutral about the hipster looking bookshelves decorated with vintage items. What caught my eye was a tree located within the premises. It seems like a real tree. Didn’t think it would have been placed in a concrete vase of sorts if it wasn’t. The cafe had two levels. It was very crowded when we visited on a Saturday.  The second-level would have been great for people watching, but it was full.

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Old-school bookshelf. Seems a little too contrived.

Some of the seats had been lined with a material which is used to make sacks. I’m not sure if it was meant to be intentionally hipster, but it was quite uncomfortable as the texture was prickly and I was wearing a pair of shorts.

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Branches hanging out. It might be a real tree.

The Drinks

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Iced-coffee which tasted quite chocolaty.

I recalled the drinks to be alright. We both ordered traditional Vietnamese coffee – given that we’d probably have less of that when we’re back in Singapore. It tasted okay. It was 28,000 dong per drink (SGD 1.62/ USD1.23) per drink.

The Travelling Squid’s Take

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There is a tree in the middle of the cafe. It might be fake.

In terms of ambience, I would say The Workshop in Ho Chi Minh is still ahead. The Workshop featured high ceilings, well structured glass panels – it was one of the best designed cafes I’ve been too. I can’t compare the quality of coffee as The Workshop brews coffee via international methods such as a pour-over. They have their own cold brew as well. I’d just caveat that the price point of The Workshop and Den Da coffee is different – you pay for what you get.

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The entrance of De Da Coffee and Desserts

If I were to compare Den Da Coffee with Holic Cafe,  I’d still prefer the latter as it’s more authentic. I like the rustic, local feel, without the strange shelves of hipster looking items. I do however, thought that the tree in the cafe was a nice touch. I hope it was a tree which they decided to save when constructing the cafe. Enjoy!

Review of Den Da Coffee and Dessert in Danang

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