Renovated from an old two-story bookstore in Da Lat’s Hoa Binh area, Coi Xay Gio is a bakery that serves bánh mì and coffee. The bakery was founded by Nguyen Dang Phong, a Da Lat native in 2017.
It can say that a yellow wall has brightened up Dalat.The wall was painted with the bright yellow, symbolizing the dazzling sunlight of Dalat. On the yellow background stood out the bold red line “Tiệm Bánh Cối Xay Gió” with the unique retro-styled font. Many tourists who came to take a “retro” photo admit that they were deeply in love with the ancient vibe here. Just like they got lost in Dalat of the 80s back then.
Especially, in 2017, Coi Xay Gio bakery with the yellow wall became the most “check-in” site of the year. It was also awarded the most favorite bakery of 2017 by WeChoice Award.
Bread and cake sold here is also a thing you shouldn’t miss. The bakery is not just around its famous wall. It is well-known for various fresh products. All have affordable prices: traditional Vietnamese bread (especially chicken bread), salted egg yolk cake, donut, and some French dessert. The bakery also serves many Vietnamese snacks such as fries with seaweed powder, spicy dried chicken. Besides food, you can order coffee and other beverages.
Due to its unique style and quality, until now Coi Xay Gio Bakery with yellow wall has become a symbol of Dalat.
Up to now, Coi Xay Gio Bakery with its iconic yellow wall has become a symbol of Dalat. Due to its unique style and quality, there have been 2 more branches open in Dalat. However, the first one with its familiar address remains the most popular site.
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