The cafe has only one table in Da Lat of a master who loves mountains and forests
As a son of Tuyen Quang, he graduated with a master’s degree in Linguistics from the Pushkin Institute of Languages (Russia), but when he returned to Vietnam, Mr. Bui Quy Toan (34 years old, commonly known as Wolf) chose the path. life of a nomad. With his job crafting leather goods for orders placed over the internet, he can live in any city, from Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang to Da Lat, Hanoi, with time from a few days. months to several years. “The days of living and working in a leather workshop in Saigon or Hanoi, I always felt suffocated. Energy is pulled down and can’t work effectively,” said Mr. Wolf.
Therefore, after getting married and giving birth to children, Mr. Wolf decided to bring his whole family to work in Cau Dat (Xuan Truong commune, Da Lat city), with the desire for his family members to enjoy life. daily living close to the mountains. “Having traveled to villages in Nepal, Tibet, deep in the Himalayas, I have always wanted to have a life close to the majestic nature with my loved ones,” said Mr. Wolf.
During the days of living in Cau Dat, Mr. Wolf often led groups of his friends from Ho Chi Minh City to the forest to camp and explore. These are people who work in offices, love nature and picnic activities in the forest.
Mr. Wolf’s idea of ”one-table coffee shop” also comes from here, with the desire to bring a delicious coffee drinking experience in a fresh place, combined with picnic trips to the forest for friends and family. its customers. “A one-table cafe is for people to sit together, chat, or be silent, go together, wherever you stop, the shop will be opened there, usually in the middle of nature: by the stream, by the river, by the lake, by the waterfall, by the sea,…”, Mr. Soi shared.
All items used to “open the shop” are neatly packed by Mr. Wolf in a specialized backpack to easily move on difficult roads in the forest and can be opened and stopped anywhere.
Mr. Wolf’s customer on this trip is Ms. Tran Thuy Vi (28 years old, a bank employee), from Ho Chi Minh City. After enjoying a barbecue by the stream, Mr. Wolf and Ms. Vi continued to walk through the forest to reach the coffee spot. The place to open a one-table coffee shop on this trip is a wooden house located halfway up the mountain.
This is the house of a friend of Mr. Wolf, a photographer who also loves nature and decided to live in Da Lat. There, Mr. Wolf started boiling water to prepare coffee, the only drink at the one-table cafe.
After the water was boiled, Mr. Wolf started making coffee for customers to enjoy. Each stage is meticulously performed by him, in order to bring the best quality coffee.
Drinking a cup of premium pure coffee in the middle of the mountains, majestic nature, telling each other stories about life and work, is perhaps the most unique experience of a “one-table cafe” without Any casual coffee shop could have. “Just feeling the aroma of coffee radiating in my mouth, while looking at the vast sky and nature makes me forget all the fatigue and pressure in life,” shared Ms. Vi.
“In addition to bringing a delicious coffee experience in a fresh place, I also want to remind people about returning and living in the middle of nature, when life in the “concrete forests” in big cities is changing. becoming more and more stuffy and pressured,” said Mr.
In the future, besides leather work, Mr. Wolf will continue to maintain the “one-table cafe” until he no longer has the strength to go to the jungle. Because for Mr. Wolf “it’s been a part of my life, and I will continue to receive guests, as long as I can go to the forest and drink good coffee”.
at Blogtuan.info – Source: cafebiz.vn – Read the original article here