Mia Cafe, Hoi An - review by Rusty Compass
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Mia Cafe, Hoi An

| 21 Dec 2016
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Mia Cafe, Hoi An
20 Phan Boi Chau St, Hoi An
+84 90 555 20 61
8AM - 5PM


Price guide: $$

Our rating
21 Dec 2016

Mia Cafe opened in 2012 and was the first place in town to win the loyalty of Hoi An’s growing contingent of expat coffee aficionados. Owner Quan keeps things refreshingly simple. There’s Vietnamese coffee, roasted on-site, a small range of teas and a smaller range of other refreshments. The food menu is also concise - a few panini and hotdog options. Mia’s a cool little airy spot with friendly staff. Hoi An’s coffee scene is hotting up, but Quan is holding his own. 

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