Giang Café in Hanoi has its own history in Hanoian memory. Giang Café, which named by Nguyen Van Giang – a bartender used to work at Metropole Restaurant, was made by cappuccino. After 1955, Giang Café moved to 7 Hang Gai Street. Now you can find a Giang Café: a restaurant at 39 Nguyen Huu Huan Street and a restaurant at 106 Yen Phu Street.
If you have ever heard Egg Coffee Hanoi, you should know about this place. Considered as the first place to make coffee with egg in Hanoi, Giang Coffee has lived in hearts of Hanoi people for decades. Humbly hidden on a small lane on Nguyen Huu Huan Street in Hanoi Old Quarter, Giang Café might be difficult for tourists to look for but then it is definitely worth an experience. Despite the fact that the bistro has been migrated twice, its egg espresso formula is nearly the same as in its initial days, with its central fixings being chicken egg yolk, Vietnamese espresso powder, sweetened dense drain, margarine and cheddar. The espresso is prepared in a little glass with a channel before the expansion of an all around whisked blend of the yolk and different fixings. The glass is put in a bowl of heated water to keep its temperature.
Whatever the time goes by, the coffee is pretty delicious mixed by the whole materials as eggs, milk, coffee that you will find them so amazing and unforgettable. The egg flavor is really fat, the coffee flavor are really both fragrant and bold. But the most important factor that make Giang Café unique and different from other restaurants is the formula how to measure exactly the fixed amount of eggs and coffee and the way to mix them perfectly that will decrease maximum the egg sickness. Although there is a list of another drinks, Hanoi coffee with egg can be called as the best one. Join our half day tour Hanoi to try this special cafe.
Giang Cafe opens from 7.00 Am till 22.30 pm and the price is very reasonable for a cup of coffee with egg – about 25,000 vnd (US$1.5)