A Saigon cafe greets guests with bouquets

Created 11 October 2018
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A colorful, fragrant café says Bonjour with flowers in Saigon’s District 2
A Saigon cafe greets guests with bouquets

A Saigon cafe greets guests with bouquets

Modeled after small cafés of Paris, the Bonjour Café on 40 Thao Dien St, District 2, wears a distinct look.

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With red and grey as its main color theme, and flowers all over, the café catches the eye easily. The beautiful bouquets that welcome customers can also be bought by them.

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The bright red and abundance of flowers is not gaudy or tacky, and the fragrance in an air-conditioned room, does not offer respite from Saigon’s heat, it is also a form of relaxing aromatherapy.

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This red swing, surrounded with flower baskets is a popular selfie prop for girls and women. The stairs lead to the open rooftop of the café.

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Handwritten menus, decorations like the small mailbox and other signs add to the café’s charm.

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The café uses its space well, and every corner is both comfortable and pleasing to the eye.

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Drinks here priced from VND35,000 – VND65,000 ($1.5 – $2.8). The signature drink here is the Bonjour Café’s Coffee, which is only available on weekends.


Source: VNE

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