Welcome to


The Railway Hanoi icon

The first coffeeshop on Hanoi Train Street.
Now a unique meeting-point for the railway community.

Our mission: Create bridges between the tourists, the locals and the train.


The Train Street is currently inaccessible to tourists.
This is only a temporary state.

However, you can still meet us 
📍65 Ton That Thiep street
Ba Dinh, Hanoi

Live a unique experience with the train!

Latest news

The Railway Hanoi 2
is now open!

While the Train Street is temporarily closed, you can still meet us at our brand new location, only 30 m from the train tracks! 

65A Ton That Thiep st., Ba Dinh, Hanoi
Thao’s Whatsapp: +84 816597599

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They have choo choo'ed with us

“This place is my favourite place in the world. The wonderful people, the decor and touching street art make it a must visit. My heart grew 10 sizes just being here, like a delightful dream.”


from Australia

“A happy house that’s full of love & happiness. Crazy lovely owner, friendly staffs. They are the heart of the railway street.”


from Vietnam

“You must visit this little gem of a place. We had the most delicious coffee and ginger tea and the hostess is so friendly. This is the essence of Hanoi. Thankyou for making my last day in Hanoi so lovely.”

Katrina, Liz & Em

from the UK

Did you enjoy your experience with The Railway Hanoi?

We are open

Every day from 9:00 to 21:00

THE RAILWAY HANOI 1 – Temporarily closed
26, Alley 10, Dien Bien Phu st., Ba Dinh district, Hanoi
A small green house with flower pots hanging from the balcony

65 Ton That Thiep st., Ba Dinh district, Hanoi
Only 30 m away from the Train Street.

Train times

WEEK DAYS  6:00 – 19:00 – 19:20 – 20:10 – 21:15 – 22:00

WEEKENDS  9:15 – 11:30 – 15:15 – 16:20 – 17:45 – 18:15 – 19:00 – 20:00 – 21:15 – 22:00

Please note that the train times are approximative.
Come 30 mins before to be ready!

Notice: Despite the temporary closure of the Train Street, you can still come to view the train (we will tell you how).

Say hi!


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