10 Best Cafes in Da Nang (Laptop Friendly)

In this article, I’ll uncover the 10 best cafes in Da Nang. Vietnam’s 5th largest city is a popular hub for visitors and is a great location to consider if you’re a digital nomad or work remotely. Da Nang has a fantastic cafe culture and plenty of comfortable and friendly cafes just waiting to be … Read more

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In this article, I’ll uncover the 10 best cafes in Da Nang. Vietnam’s 5th largest city is a popular hub for visitors and is a great location to consider if you’re a digital nomad or work remotely.

Da Nang has a fantastic cafe culture and plenty of comfortable and friendly cafes just waiting to be explored and I can’t wait to tell you more. Whether you’re after the perfect cup and a tasty snack, or a productive place to work for the afternoon, I’ll cover the top spots in this post.

I’ve recently spent a lot of time around central Vietnam and was very happy with the number of laptop-friendly cafes in Da Nang. It’s also a beautiful city where culture and cosmopolitan, modern amenities mix seamlessly with a laid-back beach vibe.

SEE ALSO: Digital Nomad Guide to Living in Da Nang

Best Cafes and Coffee Shops in Da Nang

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Being a digital nomad, I’m always on the lookout for good places to work from. If a coffee shop has comfortable seating, a nice ambiance, free WiFi, and great coffee (of course), I’m usually sold. So, using that criteria, I’ve compiled this list of the 10 best Da Nang cafes.

1. The Hideout Cafe (Best Cafe in Da Nang Overall)

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I spent a lot of time at The Hideout Cafe and it rightly deserves the title of the best cafe in Da Nang. It has a chilled environment that blends a sophisticated stylish interior decor with a tranquil garden and patio that makes for a great working location.

Their extensive food menu offers everything from poke bowls and smoothies to cooked breakfasts and bakery delights. Even if you were to visit every day, or stay for a few meals in one day, you wouldn’t run out of options!

Once you find a cafe in Vietnam that makes your coffee just right, don’t roll the dice with your first coffee of the day. The Hideout made my Americano super strong every morning – just how I like it!

The free WiFi is available throughout the cafe and there’s a selection of seating options for anyone seeking a quiet spot to work from. It’s also only a 15-minute walk to one of the best beaches in Da Nang – Bien My Khe.

The Hideout Cafe Information

Address: 24 K 72 Nguyen Van Thoai, Bac My Phu, Ngu Hanh Son, Da Nang 550000, Vietnam
Phone: +84898189455
Operating Hours: 8 am – 9 pm Mon – Sun.
Must-Try Items: The Hideout is a great breakfast place. Try the Eggs Benedict or the energy breakfast for a filling start to your day. They also have strong Arabica beans and make a mean Americano and double espresso.
Average Cost: $1 – $2 coffees, teas, and smoothies, $2 – $4 breakfast plates, $2 – $4 lunch and dinner plates.

2. Craft Cafe (Best Gluten-Free Waffles)

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The home of pancakes and waffles in Da Nang is Craft Cafe. The gluten-free options are extensive and delicious and are well worth trying whether you’re gluten intolerant or not. Food aside, Craft Cafe is a great coffee shop in Da Nang for remote working.

The friendly staff are welcoming of digital nomads, or anybody setting up camp with a laptop whilst nursing a coffee. The free WiFi is always steady and worked perfectly for whatever work I was doing.

I really like the cafe’s blend of nature and modern comfort. What’s more, the patio offers a lush green escape from Da Nang’s busy streets, providing a calming environment that’s a pleasure to work in.

I enjoyed escaping from the hustle and bustle for a few hours and getting some focused work done here. However, when you feel like heading back into the crowds again, it’s easy to do because this spot is still located close enough to the buzz of the city.

Craft Cafe Information

Address: 126/20 Nguyen Duy Hieu, An Hai Dong, Son Tra, Da Nang 550000, Vietnam
Phone: +84902009981
Operating Hours: 7 am – 7 pm Mon – Sun.
Must-Try Items: Try the waffles. The Hangover option with homemade peanut butter will set you right if you’ve had too many beers the night before (we’ve all been there!). It’s also a great spot for protein shakes which I love, and are not commonly found in Da Nang Cafes.
Average Cost: $1 – $2 coffees and teas, $2 – $5 pancakes and waffles, $2 – $3 shakes and smoothies.
Website: Facebook – Craft Cafe

3. The Cups Coffee Roastery (Best Coffee Roasters)

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If you find yourself at the fantastic Bien My Khe Beach, you’ll be steps away from one of the best coffee roasters in Da Nang. The Cups Coffee has an excellent location just one block from the sand. It’s a place that’s serious about good coffee and is an ideal spot for remote workers.

What better way to blow off some steam between meetings, editing, or writing a tricky article than to take 15 minutes on Da Nang’s white sandy beaches?

The bright and spacious cafe is one of the largest I’ve come across in Da Nang. The menu has an array of Vietnamese coffee options which are great fun to explore. Ca Phe Den is a straight black coffee, served short like an espresso, hot or over ice, and is seriously strong.

The Cups Coffee Roastery Information

Address: 233 Nguyen Van Thoai, Bac My Phu, Ngu Hanh Son, Da Nang 550000, Vietnam
Phone: +84913320177
Operating Hours: 7 am – 11 pm Mon – Sun.
Must-Try Items: The Cups Coffee is an excellent place to try authentic Vietnamese coffee options. As well as the Ca Phe Den, consider a Ca Phe Trung or egg coffee – a rich, creamy, and decadent concoction that’s very popular all over Vietnam.
Average Cost: $1 – $3 coffees, teas, and juices, $1 Bahn Mi (small sandwiches), $1 – $2 sweet treats.
Website: thecupscoffee.vn

4. The Local Beans Cafe (Best Coworking Cafe)

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Da Nang has numerous great coworking spaces for digital nomads, but if you’re looking for a more casual vibe with some added facilities and office comforts, head to The Local Beans.

The Local Beans Cafe is one of the best cafes to work from in Da Nang. It has a dedicated coworking space that can be used all day for around $3.50. For this, you’ll get a comfortable desk, an office chair, great WiFi, and the space, peace, and quiet you need to get through a successful day’s work.

Even if you don’t need the benefits the coworking space offers, the cafe is perfect for setting up camp with a laptop for an hour or two. It has a cool modern vibe, and the menu is packed with a great selection of affordable drinks and a few tasty food options.

The Local Beans Cafe Information

Address: 56A Lê Hồng Phong Street, Phước Ninh Ward, Hải Châu District, Đà Nẵng City, 550000, Vietnam
Phone: +842369999972
Operating Hours: 6.30 am – 10.30 pm Mon – Sun.
Must-Try Items: Pay for a day pass and secure a great location for a day of remote working. Foodwise, the salads here are excellent and are very affordable for the portion you receive.
Average Cost: $1 – $2 coffees, teas, and smoothies, $2 – $3 salads, $0.50 – $1 sweet treats.
Website: thelocalbeans.com

5. H Coffee (Best Specialty Coffee)

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One of my favorite cafes for working on a laptop in Da Nang is H Coffee. The atmosphere here is always very chilled, creating a productive environment for getting on with your tasks for the day. Additionally, the shaded patio area is bursting with natural beauty.

The cafe is also a market and a farm that proudly serves and sells its own homegrown coffee beans. The passion and care are evident in every sip – the coffee is fantastic.

H Coffee is also the home to some of the best specialty coffee in Da Nang, with delights like avocado coffee and coconut coffee always available on the menu. It took some convincing, but I was pleasantly surprised at how good both of these tasted.

H Coffee Information

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