Hanoi, Vietnam




Fine dining restaurants are few in numbers and mostly found in the 4 to 5-star hotels. For most residents of Hanoi, eating at the fine establishments are too pricey and out of reach. However, by Western standards prices are reasonable and mainly patronised by expats, foreign tourists and the local elite. Expect to pay 300,000 dong (USD14) and upwards for a meal. Menus are typically Western including French and Italian though it is not hard to find such establishments specialising in Vietnamese cuisine. 
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Don's Bistro
16/27 Xuan Dieu, Tay Ho.
Multi-concept establishment serving classic and innovative international cuisine including Vietnamese favorites. 
Features dining in a variety of indoor and outdoor settings. The first floor is geared for casual dining serving pho, cocktails, coffee, fresh baked goods and wood fire pizzas to name a few.

La Restaurant
25 Ly Quoc Su (near St. Joseph's Cathedral).
Restaurant situated in Hanoi's Old Quarter. This elegant air-conditioned restaurant feature's a choice of delicious Western and Vietnamese dishes. While the selection of vegetarian dishes is somewhat restricted, the food here is excellent but pricey by Hanoi standards. Cost around 300,000 dong for a meal and drinks.

Restaurant at Bamboo Hotel
32, Hang Be.
Why risk street food when this cosy, friendly and clean place offers good food and ambiance  After your experience with street food, you will be coming here everyday. Menu is in English and English is fluently spoken.

Green Tangerine
48 Hang Be.
Excellent French restaurant offering rich and delicious French fare with both an a la carte selection and set menus. Restaurant is popular with the expat community.

Restaurant Bobby Chinn
77 Xuan Dieu St.
An amazing restaurant with the trademark green pea pods as the logo. Without a doubt one of the more hip dining experiences of Hanoi. The interior alone is worth a look, while the menu is delightfully eclectic.

Pane e Vino Italian Restaurant
3 Nguyen Khac Can and 98 Hang Trong.
Serves a wide range of traditional regional Italian dishes. Friendly service with smiling and fluent speaking English waiter and waitress. A great place to relax and recover after a long day of walking and shopping.

Saigon Restaurant at InterContinental Hanoi
Ho Tay (West Lake).
The freshest blend of Vietnamese and Chinese cuisine. The restaurant features contemporary Asian design, dramatic glass-fronted kitchens and inspiring views of the city’s ever-changing skyline. 

Chocolate Buffett, Sofitel Metropole Hanoi
15 Ngo Quyen Street, Hoan Kiem District.
All you can eat chocolate. The chocolate is of a very high quality and includes a chocolate fountain and chocolate ice cream as well as a variety of freshly-made "Belgian" style chocolates. Buffet cost USD20 and pot of tea USD4. 

Khuong Thuong Village
A restaurant in Khoung Thoung  Village, Hanoi. Famous for its cuisine prepared from insects including coconut worms, crickets, grasshoppers and other bugs. The restaurant is owned by Mr. Nguyen Tat Kien and has been in business since 2002.

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