Located on the way to the outskirts, Co Coffee has an idyllic style. You can imagine the cafe looking like a small house with a steep roof, built from raw materials and entirely made of wood, giving you a cozy and comfortable feeling in the cold weather of Da Lat.
The cafe has small corners that can give you privacy with well-designed decorations. The ground structure, materials, and clever decor create a harmonious overall picture, creating a warm, cozy, and relaxing atmosphere. Each corner has a window filled with sunlight. From the windows, you can see the dreamy city of Da Lat, capturing the beauty of the deep valley with its blue color and a few spots of purple blossoms. Far away, with the beautiful little houses, are the misty hills.
Arriving at Co Coffee in the evening, you will see the cafe shimmering in the shady yellow or brown lights. This place is a cafe of nostalgia. Everything here is reminiscent of old Dalmatia, with a French influence: from disk machines and vespas to luxury designed oil lamps used to decorate those ancient villas. What could be more interesting than sipping a cup of coffee in a room with historic items much older than yourself and listening to Trinh’s music?
Finding a good spot to take pictures in Dal Lat is not difficult, but finding a Da Lat style photo corner of the early days is a different story. Therefore, Co Coffee has become an attractive destination for “photo hunters” looking for a memorable photo for their album.
With their hospitality and inherent joy, Co Coffee is always ready to welcome those who come to the cafe to reminisce about memorable memories or important life events.
(Vietnam Today 7.2022)