One sultry day, my boyfriend and I decided to have some cafe fare in Hoi An.
No Grab drivers would accept us on this 800m-long ride so we had to bike.
Rosie’s Cafe has no aircon so Asian mothers would be pleased.
We biked into Hoi An Old Town, and down into one of the winding lanes. We referred to Google Maps only twice: once at the start of the trip, and another mid-way when we were near the Japanese bridge.
Overall Old Town is so small, tourists should be able to find their ways easily.
We turned in at this sign for a haircut.
We went past these buildings and a barber (this picture was taken from Rosie’s Cafe, so looking outwards).
Voila! This is Rosie’s Cafe.
It was not difficult to find for us.
The interior is homely and pleasant.
My boyfriend ordered a smoothie and salmon toast.
The pictured smoothie was converted from a smoothie bowl. Very good.
I had the avocado toast. I read good reviews about it online. It was delicious!
I decided to get the Acai smoothie bowl. It comes with fruits and coconut shavings.
Ended off with an affogato. So here’s the damage for all the food we had: VND355,000, which is about USD15.62 and SGD 21.30.
SGD 21.30 for two smoothies, two brunches, and two coffees. Wow.
Of course we had to go there the second time.
This time, my boyfriend had a chocolate milkshake called Dark Paradise. I converted the avocado smoothie bowl into a smoothie.
Ordered Rosie’s breakfast. It was good, as expected.
My boyfriend had the french toast.
I lost the receipt but I took a picture of the menu here. Check out those prices! the most expensive item is the salmon toast at VND95,000. Which means no item here is above USD4.18 and SGD5.70. Truly WTF.
If I could, I’d find a hotel nearer Rosie’s Cafe to eat here more often. I never had a tummyache from any of the food. It’s truly affordable and good in Hoi An.