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YOUNG Tea & Coffee In Saigon Has >100 Cakes & Snacks From VND5K To Pair With Drinks

Indulge in a cake extravaganza at YOUNG Tea & Coffee 

As its name suggests, YOUNG Tea & Coffee is a cafe that sells refreshing iced tea and coffee. 

Nonetheless, what makes this homegrown cafe in Saigon all the rage with local foodies is its giant menu of cakes to complement its drinks.

Imagine choosing from over 100 cupcakes, pastries, and even meat pies of a variety of shapes, sizes, and prices to pair with your tea.

YOUNG Tea & Coffee has three branches in the city

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Young Tea Hồng Lĩnh at District 10.
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YOUNG Tea & Coffee

YOUNG Tea & Coffee has three stores in Saigon, two in District 10 and one in Gò Vấp. 

All of its branches boast simple, lovely designs with air conditioning and wall chargers for those who want to linger around. 

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While each store has ample seating and large windows for a sense of airiness, its space is compact and tends to be popular in the evening and during weekends.

Inside its Gò Vấp branch
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The place can get pretty crowded by then, so we recommend you to just drop by for a quick midday pick-me-up or a post-dinner treat.

A wide assortment of cakes and snacks to choose from

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While most cafes in town sell only a handful of cakes as side dishes for their drinks, YOUNG Tea & Coffee prides itself on its enormous menu of savory treats that come in all shapes and sizes alongside its equally impressive array of beverages.

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Featuring around 100 genoise cakes, cupcakes, choux buns, and macarons, YOUNG Tea & Coffee looks like an edible gallery. These treats come in different shapes and sizes and prices, ranging from only VND5,000 (~USD0.22) per portion.

A soft and chewy macaron costs VND5,000 (~USD0.22), while a study, buttery sponge cake is priced at VND120,000 (~USD5.30). For a 14-cm diameter cheesecake fit for a birthday cake, diners pay VND310,000 (~USD13.68).

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Aside from Western crowd-pleasers such as cheesecakes and English trifles, this local store also features traditional Vietnamese desserts such as crispy glutinous rice balls and savory shrimp tarts.

The cake menu rotates daily
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YOUNG Tea & Coffee

If you’re always on the lookout for something new every time you’re out for a dessert treat, this is the perfect place for you because its cake menu rotates daily. 

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What’s more, the house also dishes out iconic street snacks such as deep-fried fish balls, meat balls, sausages, chicken nuggets, crab sticks, and rice paper cakes. For a dish to share, order a colorful tray of savory snacks fit for two people at VND150,000 (~USD6.62).

Rolled rice paper cakes
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For a burst of natural juiciness, check out the house’s fruit options, featuring strawberries, mango, plums, and guava mixed with seasoning.

No trip to a cafe is complete without some drinks, and YOUNG Tea & Coffee has over 30 types of tea for you to choose from.

A broad selection of drinks for an afternoon tea feast

Watermelon tea
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From iced tea to boba tea to espresso-based beverages, this quaint cafe runs a gamut of visually stunning drinks ranging from VND22,000 to VND40,000 (~USD0.97-USD1.77)

For VND22,000 (~USD0.97), you can enjoy a glass of sweet and citrusy mango tea or refreshing watermelon tea topped with a slice of lemon.

Charcoal bamboo milk tea
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Visually appealing and aromatic with creamy undertones, the charcoal bamboo milk tea (VND30,000,~USD1.32) is one of the best-selling items here. 

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You can also add more texture and flavors to your drinks by customizing them with a variety of toppings such as boba, cheese cubes, jello, and flan.

For a coffee-based drink, check out the pleasantly bitter macchiato with cacao and cream (VND30,000,~USD1.32).  

Why you should visit YOUNG Tea & Coffee

Featuring an eclectic line-up of gorgeous delights ranging from sweets to savories alongside a good selection of drinks, a cafe like YOUNG Tea & Coffee is hard to come by. 

Once all of us can be out and about again, this will be a perfect pit stop for an unconventional, decadent afternoon tea with your loved ones. 


  • 152/12 Vĩnh Viễn, Ward 9, District 10, Ho Chi Minh City
  • Y12 Hồng Lĩnh , Ward 15, District 10, Ho Chi Minh City
  • 1267/22 Lê Đức Thọ, Ward 13, Gò Vấp, Ho Chi Minh City

Telephone: 0965 354 518
Opening hours: 9AM-10PM, Daily

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