Monday, 11 September 2017 07:33

Oriberry Coffee Moves a Few Doors Down

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Originally founded in 2010 by Dao Tran Phuong, Oriberry Coffee has a mission to help farmers fight poverty by producing great coffee and tea.

As a social enterprise, they have worked with many not-for-profit projects to help ethnic minority groups around Vietnam.


By creating more jobs for smallholders, offering fair-trade coffee and tea products, they have created a sustainable development solution for the people they work with.


Their café on Xuan Dieu has just moved a few doors up, and is now situated inside a much larger property, with comfortable new furniture and a warm, red colour scheme.


Spread across three floors, with a large balcony and an even larger rooftop terrace, the new space is the perfect place to soak up some caffeine, get some work done or just hang out.


The menu is unchanged, so your favourite regular lattes (VND45,000), green teas (VND35,000) and frappuccinos (VND50,000) are all still available.


Located at 21 Xuan Dieu, Tay Ho, Hanoi. Open daily from 7am until 11pm. For more information, visit or call (024) 3718 8076


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