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Vietnamese Coffee Co

Unit 2 Norwood House, 98-102 Great Victoria Street, Belfast, County Antrim, BT2 7BE
Vietnamese Coffee Co


Ireland's First Vietnamese Coffee Shop opened on Belfast's Great Victoria Street

Brothers Martin and Gary Small, have opened The Vietnamese Coffee Co on Belfast's busy Great Victoria Street celebrating the unique flavours of Vietnam.

The Vietnamese Coffee Co is the first of it's kind on the island of Ireland and aims to bring a completely different approach to the ever expanding Belfast coffee scene. So, how did the Vietnamese Coffee Co come about?

“In 2013 my brother Martin and I stopped off in Vietnam en route to visiting our sister in Australia and we immediately became enchanted with Vietnamese coffee.

I think we are one of the rare examples of brothers who really do get along and after working for the same employer for most of our working lives, we decided it would be a great idea to set up business together.

After some discussions about what to do next our minds were drawn back to the fantastic time spent in Vietnam and the idea of the Vietnamese Coffee Co was hatched.”

We offer one of a kind coffee made in the traditional Vietnamese way, brewed through individual “phin” filters for a truly memorable coffee experience. As well as our coffee we are also delighted to offer a range of high quality Vietnamese teas and Banh Mi sandwiches made to a traditional Vietnamese recipe. A range of fresh baked goods is also be provided courtesy of a local artisan bakery.

A unique coffee demands to be enjoyed in unique surroundings & that's exactly what we have created. With Gary's background as a DJ, music and art have come together to create a cool vibe unlike any currently offered on the Belfast coffee scene.

The interior is traditional with a modern twist and the centre piece is a huge mural created by renowned local artist, Dean Kane.

Whether you're a coffee lover who wants to try something truly different or dream of balmy days in Hanoi with Ca phe sua da,(iced coffee with milk) you shouldn't miss the opportunity to visit the Vietnamese Coffee Co.

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