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A café with handmade products

 VietNamNet Bridge – Cafe Me on Luong Huu Khanh Street in District 1, HCMC is a place for artists and those who love handmade products.

VietNamNet Bridge – Cafe Me on Luong Huu Khanh Street in District 1, HCMC is a place for artists and those who love handmade products.



Cups of coffee are served with colorful macaroons – Photo: Ngoc My



Guests can take a close look at handmade products and even learn how to handmade souvenirs from materials and tools available at the coffee shop.

If you are fond of Italian coffee, Cafe Me is highly recommended. Depending on each guest’s taste, a hot coffee should be Cappuccino or Espresso.

Waiters are friendly and helpful. They are ready to give interesting information about the style and origin of the cup of coffee which the customer uses.

The interior of Cafe Me is seasonally changed to refresh the place and thus attract customers back.

The coffee shop also displays some books about business for sale, including the book “Cafe books and three ways to become successful and rich” authored by the owner of the café.

by Ngoc My 

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