2 Best Restaurants in Kon Tum, The South-Central Coasts and Highlands

Indochine Coffee

$ Fodor's choice

This stunning café was designed by international-award-winning Vietnamese architect Vo Trong Nghia, who specializes in structures made completely out of bamboo. Part of the Indochine Hotel, it's a local drinks-and-ice cream spot overlooking the Dakbla River, with soaring inverted cone-shaped bamboo columns and many peaceful fish ponds.

Eva Cafe


A beautiful, restful garden café, filled with carvings and sculptures, this is the place to come for excellent coffee, sweet egg coffee (a Hanoi specialty of whipped egg yolk and coffee), and fruit shakes. The English-speaking owner, Mr. An, is a fountain of knowledge about the local area and is available to lead multiday treks or tours through nearby ethnic minority villages. He charges around $60 per person ($70 for solo travelers) for a two-day, one-night trek, including transport, lunch, and a gong show.

5 Phan Chu Trinh, Kon Tum, Vietnam
Known For
  • Hanoi-style egg coffee
  • Local expert owner
  • Peaceful atmosphere