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Vietnamese Coffee in Bacolod City

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Bacolod City’s Saigon Café has relaunched as Rau Ram Café, located just across the street from the original location, in a more structured setting than the initial setup. The menu and staff hasn’t changed, just the surroundings, and it’s a welcome change to an already tasty assortment of offerings.

One of the main attractions is the cà phê đá, the Vietnamese Iced Coffee that is served in the traditional way, with a cà phê phin, the drip device derived from the influential French occupation of Vietnam and the Indochina region.

Upon ordering, servers leave the coffee to drip into a glass containing a large portion of condensed milk. Once finished, they bring a glass of ice, which the coffee is then poured over; creating a cold, sweet, and delicious drink for the warm and humid days in Bacolod.

A visit to Rau Ram isn’t complete without an iced coffee.

A visit to Rau Ram isn’t complete without an iced coffee.

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Written by Paulo Loreto

July 14, 2015 at 7:34 AM