This quirky cafe serving an eclectic mix of sandwiches, Vietnamese, and Japanese fare is a great place to kick back and relax for a while, and its location near the Ho Chi Minh City Museum makes it an interesting lunch stop to rest tired legs. It's not easy to find—look for the stairway on the north side of Ly Tu Trong to the east of the junction with Pasteur. Once there, settle into a comfy chair or sofa and sample a scented tea, a crepe, a two-course lunch, or a shisha pipe as the mood takes you. They feature salsa dancing on Wednesday evenings and live jazz on Thursday evenings.