Hidden Gem Cafe Near Hoan Kiem Lake, Hanoi

We discovered this little gem of a cafe by accident. Its name is Conifer Four Seasons Book Cafe and Fast Food. Aside from being such a unique and refreshing place, it’s got fast wifi, a large variety of food, including vegetarian options, and is a great space for the digital nomad who prefers chilled out cafes over coworking spaces.

Finding the cafe was an adventure in itself! The entrance is tiny. It’s very easy to walk past. We almost did.

Tiny entrance to Conifer Four Seasons Book Cafe and Fast Food
Tiny entrance to Conifer Four Seasons Book Cafe and Fast Food

Once you find the entrance, walk down a really awesome long painted hallway.

Once you get to the end of the hallway and turn left, You’ll see a beautiful little space at the front of the cafe.

Entrance to the cafe
Entrance to the cafe

And the inside is amazing. So much creativity went into designing this space. My picture doesn’t show, but there’s also a large table just inside the cafe that would be really good for using laptops on.

Inside the Conifer Four Seasons Book Cafe
Inside the Conifer Four Seasons Book Cafe

This was our meal. Prices aren’t the cheapest, starting at around 60K VND. They have a lot of hot and cold drinks also, but I can’t remember the prices of those since we didn’t order any.

Food from the Conifer Four Seasons Book Cafe
Food from the Conifer Four Seasons Book Cafe

And for those of you who work online and want to know the wifi speed, here’s the speed test results.

If you need help interpreting that, it means the internet is pretty damn good.

So if you’re looking for a little relaxed place to get away from the humid streets of Hanoi, here’s one place you might want to check out!

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