Looking for Vietnamese coffee in Mumbai? Your search ends here!

Whether you're a seasoned coffee aficionado or a curious newcomer, Vietnamese coffee in Mumbai is an experience not to be missed. Explore the cafes where you can try this drink. 

Hitanshu Bhatt
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Vietnamese coffee in Mumbai

Vietnamese coffee, traditionally brewed using a phin filter, combines robusta coffee beans with sweetened condensed milk, resulting in a rich, intense flavor profile. The coffee can be enjoyed hot or cold, with the iced version known as "cà phê sữa đá." Recently, this beverage has become popular in India, and if you are eager to try it, here's where you can find Vietnamese coffee in Mumbai.

Boojee Cafe

Bojee Cafe

Boojee Cafe is known for its coffee and bakery items. It is one of the famous hotspots in Bandra with its small but amiable ambience. Their Vietnamese brew comes with condensed milk. Honestly, a lot of regulars visit here for their daily dose of coffee.

Where: Shop no. 3A, Rays House, New Kantwadi Road, off Perry Cross Road, Bandra (w), Mumbai.

When: 7:00 am - 10:30 pm.

How Much: Rs.300 for 12 Oz (approx. 350 ml), Rs.380 for 16 Oz (approx. 473 ml) and Rs.1,100 for 1-litre bottle (serves 6 people).


journal cafe

Journal is a cafe and a live station for coffee brewing. So you can witness the entire process of coffee brewing while you are at the counter and later on sip the Vietnamese cold brew at your table. 

Where: 396/3, Ground Floor, Parvati Building, Santacruz West, Mumbai.

When: 8:00 am - 11:00 pm.

How Much: Rs.350.

Nho Saigon

Nho Saigon

Nho Saigon - meaning memories of Saigon, the old name of Vietnam’s capital city of Ho Chi Minh City, is an all-day Vietnamese bistro in Mumbai’s commercial district of BKC. So you can try the Vietnamese brew here for an authentic taste. 

Where: B, Plot No C-68, Jet Airways, Godrej BKC, Unit 1, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai.

When: 12:00 pm - 12:30 am.

How Much: Rs.350.

Leaping Windows

leaping windows

This cosy cafe in Versova is known for its comic book-themed interiors and diverse menu. Their Vietnamese iced coffee served with a generous layer of condensed milk, is a crowd favourite.

Where: Corner View, 3, Dr.Ashok Chopra Marg, Opp. Bianca Towers, Amit Nagar, Versova, Andheri West, Mumbai.

When: 12:00 pm - 12:00 am.

How Much: Rs.275.

The Pantry

the pantry

The Pantry is a cosy cafe with French windows and rustic, white, wooden furniture. Located in Kala Ghoda, The Pantry offers a sophisticated take on Vietnamese coffee. It's dairy-free, with homemade organic jaggery, sweetened coconut milk and house blend espresso.

Where: 4/5, Ground Floor, Jer Mahal, Annex Buiding, 19th Jambulwadi Near Metro, Fort, Mumbai.

When: 8:30 pm - 12:00.

How Much: Rs.275.

Bombay Coffee House

bombay coffee house

Situated in Bandra, this cafe prides itself on its artisanal coffee. Their Vietnamese cold coffee attracts you to give it a try if you are looking for an authentic place for cold Vietnamese coffee. 

Where: 248, Neelkamal Building, Opposite National College, Waterfield Road, Linking Road, Bandra West, Mumbai

3A, Sprotte Road, Near Grand Hotel, SS Ram Gulam Marg, Ballard Estate, Fort, Mumbai.

When: 9:00 am-12:00 am.

How Much: Rs.215.

The Burrow Cafe

the burrow cafe

The Burrow Cafe is an American and Continental fast-food cafe in Malad, Mumbai. It offers a relaxed atmosphere with some open-air seating, and you can try their Vietnamese coffee.

Where: Shop 10, 11, 12, Springfield 1, Sunder Ln, Malad, Orlem, Malad West, Mumbai.

When: 8:00 am - 11:00 pm.

How Much: Rs.195.

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