Annee’s Caphê Sua Da, Cairns City

CAIRNS | Annee’s Caphê Sua Da was opened as a small stall at Cairns’ Rusty’s Markets in 2014 by owner Annee Nguyen. Annee’s high quality, delicious Vietnamese coffee was well received by locals, and in 2017, the stall moved to the larger, permanent space that it currently occupies.

Annee’s coffee has evolved over time to offer a modern take on the traditional Vietnamese iced coffee. Adopting a blend of traditional Phin filter brewing methods, combined with a cold brewing process, Annee’s has created a unique Vietnamese iced coffee experience.

Each cup of coffee is run through through an aerated tap on order, and can be enjoyed as is, or with a small amount of condensed milk and plenty of ice, as is customary in Vietnam. The result is a delicious cup of Vietnamese coffee.

Along with Vietnamese caphê sua da, Annee’s also offers a variety of other drinks like coffee with alternative milks, coconut water, and other flavours.

As well Cairns, Annee’s also has locations in Smithfield and Townsville, with further expansion on the cards.


Annee’s Caphê Sua Da

57-89 Grafton Street
Cairns City
Queensland 4870
Australia

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Open
Mon – Thu: 6:30am to 2:00pm
Fri: 6:30am to 3:00pm
Sat – Sun: 7:00am to 3:00pm

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