Owner of Doc Café, Hoang Hiep, studied for seven years in France. Photo: Trinh Van Bo/VNP
Part of the space for displaying objects of the subsidy period at Doc Café. Photo: Trinh Van Bo/VNP
Corner for making leather products at Doc Café. Photo: Trinh Van Bo/VNP
At Doc Café, people can see familiar objects of the subsidy period,
including old TV sets, typewriters and canteens. Photo: Trinh Van Bo/VNP
Doc Café attracts youngsters for its old and warm space. Photo: Trinh Van Bo/VNP
Besides the main room, the café has a bar and a corner for making leather items. The old knick knacks placed elsewhere often catch the customers’ eyes. Hoang Hiep, Doc’s owner, said: “The café with the combination of both antique and modern features creates its own artistic style and attracts youngsters right from their first step in.”
At Doc, customers can admire precise and meticulous handmade stuff in a separate corner for craft lovers.
Some objects of the subsidy period such as loudspeakers, sets of medical devices
and military communication equipment. Photo: Trinh Van Bo/VNP
The café also fascinates youngsters because of French styled beverages, such as Monaco, Viennoise or Galaxy coffee, prepared by the café’s owner who studied for seven years in France.
Amidst a vibrant and marvelous city, Doc café hails as a peaceful and serene place that reminds people of Hanoi in the past./.