Costa Coffee Vietnam has made its debut with an outlet at Da Nang International Airport.
The outlet has been opened by British multinational coffeehouse company’s global partner, Italian catering company Autogrill.
Costa Coffee says the store is part of its expansion in Southeast Asia. It opened a store in Jakarta last month, with a second to open in the next few months.
For Vietnam, the menu includes its range of blended iced drinks and creamy Frostinos, such as the Double Chocolate Cookie Mocha. There are also Costa classics such as salads, toasties and sandwiches, European and Southeast Asian cakes, desserts and healthy treats.
“Costa is all about great people and great handcrafted coffee,” says Costa Coffee Southeast Asia head Matt Kenley.
Founded in London in 1971, Costa has more than 2200 coffee shops in the UK and more than 1200 in 29 international markets.