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Restaurant name : Milano Cafe
Foodname: Vietnamese traditional coffee
Price: 13.000VND
Address: 12 Phạm Ngũ Lão street, Dalat city
Operation Hours: 06:00AM – 10:00PM

Restaurant name : Là Việt cafe
Foodname: Vietnamese and American coffee
Price: 25.000VND
Address: 200 Nguyễn Công Trứ street, Dalat city
Operation Hours: 08:30AM – 10:00PM

Restaurant name : Cafe Chồn Trại Hầm
Foodname: Weasel poop coffee
Price: 200.000VND/cup
Address: 135E Hoàng Hoa Thám street, Dalat city
Operation Hours: 7:30AM – 05:00PM

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28 Comments

  1. A: "Oh hi, I have a pet weasel"
    B: "Oh, I have some coffee grounds!"
    A: "That's awesome, let's feed some of my weasel the coffee grounds!"
    B: "Sure, why not!"
    A: "Oh look, it's pooping it out!"
    B: "Well, let's clean it up and make coffee out of it!"

    ah, makes sense now.

  2. I had Civet Coffee when I was in Vietnam and bought me 1/2 kilo back home clueless to the fact that my own country the Philippines also has this particularly in the Mindanao island. Vietnamese civet coffee is sweeter, while in the Philippines it has a bolder and creamier taste to it.

    But…but…but…after reading about it years back I do discourage patronizing it. These animals are caged and are made as factories just for a cuppa coffee. And the farming is not sustainable at all!

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