At SIX ON SIX, we proudly showcase only the finest Vietnamese arabica. Our coffee is sourced from a cooperative of farmers growing heirloom Arabica varieties in fertile volcanic soils near Da Lat.

Our beans are always freshly roasted in small batches to ensure the best flavour and freshness.

We believe in high quality, natural products, without artificial flavouring or chemicals. Our coffee is not roasted with butter or other additives, as commonly practised in Vietnam.  So when you’re drinking SIX ON SIX coffee, you know you’re tasting the true, natural flavours of Vietnamese beans in every cup.

Our food is hearty and wholesome, with an emphasis on rich, satisfying flavours. We use the finest imported condiments and cheeses to ensure our food tastes just right – no funny stuff! We take a homemade approach take to our food. We try to make as much as we can ourselves from scratch – our granola, pickles, falafel balls, garlic sauce, harissa and mayonnaise are all made in house.

All our juices and smoothies are sugar free. relying on the natural sweetness of the fruits.

And for the sweet toothed, we have a rotating selection of fresh baked cakes, slices and muffins that we make in-house and source from the finest local bakers.

Our cafe is set around a chill garden space with lush greenery, great for catching up away from the hustle.

We also have a comfortable air-conditioned indoor area for the warmer days.

For digital nomads and remote workers, SIX ON SIX is one of the best spots in town. We’ve got fast wifi and a creative, inspirational atmosphere great for productivity. There’s plenty of comfortable seating and we have a top notch router setup which ensures our wifi stretches into the garden.

What we get up to at SIX ON SIX.

Coffee tasting afternoon

Coffee tasting afternoon

We had a great time at our first tasting event here at SIX ON SIX, an afternoon showcasing a selection of some of Vietnam’s best coffee. We tasted 4 different varieties of Arabica, including HONEY RED; YELLOW BOURBON and TYPICA MOKA from Married Beans in Da Lat.
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Cook up!

Cook up!

Pre-Christmas cook up for our monthly staff dinner. All the money from our tip jar goes to our monthly staff events 🙂
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A tribute to handpainted Vietnamese signage

A tribute to handpainted Vietnamese signage

Xong rồi! We put the finishing touches on our wall last night. A typographic mural made in tribute to the wonderful (sadly vanishing) tradition of hand painted signage in Vietnam.
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Not Pop mural at SIX ON SIX

Not Pop mural at SIX ON SIX

Process pics – Not Pop working their magic! Have a peek at their other work —> https://www.facebook.com/NotPopStudio/ …and drop by to see the piece is person at 6/6 Che Lan Vien, Da Nang 😉
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