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Nola Cafe

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Nola Cafe

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TomLee wrote a review Feb 2020
Hanoi, Vietnam21 contributions7 helpful votes
Accident walking by, but inside really impressed me, the staff was friendly but the coffee cocktail need improve, btw its a cool place to go alone or hang out with friends. Definitely come back.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Nicole S wrote a review Jan 2020
24 contributions3 helpful votes
I definitely can’t recommend the „nola cocktail“. It tasted like mouthwash. Otherwise the location is really nice, so just try to order a different cocktail.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Thomson wrote a review Jan 2020
Amsterdam, The Netherlands534 contributions32 helpful votes
We walked 3 times past it because the entrance is small. Its a really nice place with lots of corners, wallpaintings, furniture, random stuff. We had some beers. Really nice place.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Timo J wrote a review Oct 2019
168 contributions25 helpful votes
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Beautiful Cafe over three or four floors. The interior reminds a little of a literature or art cafe and invites to rest after walking around in Hanoi. Some things are a little pricy though, eg a big bottle of water cost 45.000 Dong.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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DeerDuBois wrote a review Oct 2019
Brussels, Belgium213 contributions41 helpful votes
Tucked away in a small alley between 2 shops, Nola Café is like entering a time capsule back into Indochine-time. Spread over several floors and rooms, you can pick your own nook, couch or terrace to hang and relax in the coolness of this place. Sip on iced coffee or savor a nice fried rice dish. Artworks and wooden furniture in all shapes create a bohemian vibe and when calm, you feel like you are in your own hidden townhouse.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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