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Most Popular Restaurants In Hanoi
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Hanoi is the perfect foil for the seething mass of humanity that is Ho Chi Minh City. With a population of four million and a more genteel style than its southern counterpart, Hanoi is the cultural capital of Vietnam and its heart and soul. Vietnam travel tours
A great place to explore on foot, there is a lot to see and do here. Vietnam's capital lies on the banks of the Red River, some 100 kilometres from its mouth. Human settlements here date back as far as the 3rd century BC.
Previously known as Thang Long, it was renamed Hanoi in 1831 at a time when Hue was the capital. Large areas of present-day Hanoi were built during the French occupation, reflected in its broad boulevards and French-inspired architecture, which give the city a definite charm. North Vietnam travel tours
Most Popular Restaurants In Hanoi
Hanoi boasts some excellent restaurants that epitomise why Vietnamese food is so adored around the world. With the cultural connections of France and China, as well as a rich native tradition, restaurants in Hanoi bring together many Influences from around the world and make every meal an adventure.
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From refined French fine dining options to down-to-earth local joints specialising in one type of dish, dining in Hanoi is something to savour and with our tried and tested list of the Top 10 Best Restaurants in Hanoi, you are sure to find something to suit.
La Verticale
19 Ngo Van So Street
La Verticale
La Verticale is a fantastic fine-dining restaurant housed in a colonial style mansion. The layout of the restaurant is special, with an open kitchen dominating attention, but the food doesn’t disappoint with a seasonal menu that reflects the herbs and spices of the region, produced using French techniques. Duck terrine, ratatouille, veal in tamarind, and Mekong fruits sorbet are all popular dishes here, while there is also a set menu with optional wine pairing. The wine list is excellent, the service diligent and the ambiance is suited to romance. There is also a roof terrace with excellent views across the city, best enjoyed after dinner with a nice cool drink. Opening Hours: 11:30 to 14:00 and 18:00 to 22:00 Tel: +844 3944 6317
Highway 4 Restaurants
5 Hang Tre Street
Highway 4 Restaurants
Highway 4 is a restaurant everyone in Hanoi should visit at least once – despite the terrible name. This stylish venue has classic Vietnamese furnishings, English speaking staff and a large menu running through Vietnam’s entire culinary heritage. The specials are highly recommended, particularly the cat fish spring rolls. Popular with locals and tourists, all food is served with plenty of local herbs which the restaurant tries to source sustainably. With separate sections in the menu for fire, wood, metal and water (relating to the cooking techniques) Highway 4 is perfect for large groups with disparate tastes. Tel: +844 3926 0639
Sen 60 Ly Thai
60 Ly Thai To Street
Sen 60 Ly Thai
Sen is a sophisticated restaurant serving a buffet dinner that will impress everyone – even people who don’t usually like buffets! Located in the heart of the French Quarter, the ivory-colour scheme and neo-colonial architecture is a suitable match for the excellent seafood, oysters, sashimi, crab, escargot and Vietnamese spring rolls served inside. The service is seamless here and cost of the buffet is excellent value, especially considering it proximity to the Hanoi Opera House and several of the finest hotels in the city. There are three other branches of Sen in Hanoi but this is the best of the bunch. Opening Hours: 18:00 – 22:00 Tel: +844 397 44 192
KOTO
59 Van Mieu Street (Opposite the Temple of Literature). Dong Da District.
KOTO
KOTO, which stands for ‘Know One, Teach One’ is a cafe and all day dining restaurant that serves agreeable Vietnamese dishes and powerful Vietnamese coffee. Overlooking the Temple of Literature in the Ba Dinh area of Hanoi, the atmosphere is pleasant but the real reason this restaurant stands out is that it is part of a charitable endeavour offering street children the chance to learn a trade and earn a living by working in the restaurant. The serving staff really make KOTO the place it is, with genuine smiles and a willingness to provide the best possible experience. Try a Vietnamese Ice Coffee here and you’ll have renewed energy all day! Opening Hours: 07:00-22:00 Tel: +844 474 70337
La Terrasse Du Metropole
15 Ngo Quyen Street
La Terrasse Du Metropole
La Terrasse Du Metropole is located in the Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi, one of the finest hotels in Vietnam – if not the world. Class and culture seems to embrace everything associated with this esteemed hotel and this restaurant is no different. Taking cues from Parisian bistros, the ornate facade and parquet flooring is instantly reminiscent of 20th century France. Sample delicacies such as oysters, French cheese, assorted cold cuts or go for something more hearty like steak-frites or coq au vin. Open all day, it is worth stopping by if only for a coffee, so that you can enjoy the charming design. Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi is easy to find, just south of Hoan Kiem Lake in the French Quarter. Opening Hours: 10:00 – 23:00 Tel: +84 4 3826 6919
Green Tangerine
48 Hang Be Street
Green Tangerine
Evoking a quaint bistro found in the back alleys of Paris, Green Tangerine is a small but beautiful restaurant that serves some of the most creative cuisine in Hanoi. Definitely one for the gastronomists, the chef uses French cooking techniques and adds signature touches best seen in dishes such as king prawns cooked with mango and rum liquor served with carrot cake or marinated pigeon with coffee and cocoa served with beetroot, strawberries and mashed eggplant. The set lunch deal is amazingly good value and highly recommended for any budget! Opening Hours: Lunch and Dinner Tel: 84 4 3825 1286
Hanoi Social Club
6 Hoi Vu (just off Quan Su Street)
Hanoi Social Club
If you are looking for a cool, bohemian hangout with amazing western brunch dishes, Hanoi Social Club is the place to visit in Hanoi. The coffee and smoothies are excellent as well, and the second floor chillout room feels more like a friend’s apartment than a cafe. The soundtrack is varied and modern, there’s a library of books and free Wi-Fi. Come around lunchtime and try the poached egg and avocado – it’s certainly as good as anything you might get in a cool cafe on the shores of Sydney Harbour. Quite hard to find down a side street a few minutes west of St. Joseph Cathedral. Opening Hours: 08:00 – 23:00 Tel: +84 4 3938 2117
Quan An Ngon
34 Phan Boi Chau (close to Hanoi Train Station)
Quan An Ngon
This very successful restaurant opened its first branch in Saigon and the concept was jumped on by foreign visitors hungry to try the full range of Vietnamese cuisine in one restaurant. The Premise of Quan An Ngon is like a luxurious food court, with different food stations positioned around the periphery of the restaurant serving regional specialities from across Vietnam, all cooked fresh to order. Some complain that it lacks true authenticity with reduced flavours to appease the Western palate, but everything is very well prepared and the restaurant is beautifully designed in traditional Vietnamese style. Tel: +844 3942 8162/63
Xuan Xuan
47 Ma May Street, Old Quarter
Xuan Xuan Xuan Xuan Restaurant might not win any award for style, but if you want to eat like a local this Vietnamese BBQ is just about the best in town. Sit down on the ankle-high stools and order a selection of meats (from pork, beef and goat udders) and vegetables. Everything is brought on a large platter and you barbeque your own dinner over a small gas burning stove. It’s a fun experience, eating elbow to elbow with a diverse range of customers and the taste is truly delicious. Located in the heart of the Old Quarter, look for the crowds of happy diners spilling out onto the pavement.
Club Opera
59 Ly Thai To Street
Club Opera
Across from the Sofitel Metropole, this classic bistro serves delectable Vietnamese food. The building is a retro-French mansion with lots of cosy romantic nooks and candlelit corners. Club Opera lists dragon cake pancakes, roast beef with honey, hot-pot specials and shrimp mousse on their extensive menu. Opening Hours: 11:00-14:00 and 18:00-22:30 Cuisine: Vietnamese Tel: +844 382 4695



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