8 Of The Best Places And Things To Eat In Hanoi Vietnam

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Eating your way through Hanoi? vhttdlvinhphuc.vn tucks into the city’s favorite all-season dishes to give you Hanoi’s vị trí cao nhất authentic Vietnamese restaurants.

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Perfectly executed traditional Vietnamese food in the heart of historic Hanoi. | Source: Hanoi Garden Restaurant
One of the city’s first casual fine-dining restaurants, Hanoi Garden Restaurant has been in business for over trăng tròn years. As it reopens in its original location in the Old Quarter following a refurbishment, the second generation of the family takes over the reins và puts a modern spin on this Hanoi mainstay.

Designed by Ho Thieu Tri, one of the architects behind Hanoi Opera house renovation in 1994, the restaurant may be French in style, yet foreign influences are limited lớn decor. Food, in both the taste và presentation, is authentically Vietnamese. A calming spot featuring a waterfall, a lush garden and flickering candles, this is a great dinner destination.

Location: 36 Hang Manh Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi

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HOME Hanoi Restaurant


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Travel back in time with home Hanoi Restaurant. | Source: hanoibackpackershotel.com
Set within a former French residence in the charming Truc Bach neighborhood, trang chủ Hanoi Restaurant is infused with old-world splendor. It’s grand yet somehow cozy & unpretentious – not an easy feat for a venue set in a colonial mansion & featuring lobster as their specialty.

If, lượt thích many patrons, you prefer outdoor seating with tables encircling the detached mansion, you’d be wise lớn book in advance, as the place is popular. For a taste of Hanoi, try West Lake snail pie with traditional dipping sauce and bún chả Hà Nội, Hanoi’s famous grilled pork with fresh rice noodles.

Location: 34 Chau Long Street, cha Dinh District, Hanoi

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Uu Dam Chay


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Sophisticated and trendy spot for vegetarians. | Source: idesign.vn
Strictly speaking, Uu Dam Chay is not a Vietnamese-food-only restaurant; the thực đơn features Western dishes, as well as Asian-inspired ones, all of them vegetarian. Vietnamese dishes, lượt thích lotus root chips & fried soft tofu, will satisfy local food cravings, while durian pizza và other daring innovations spice the thực đơn up.

At night, the dramatically lit façade is especially attractive. On the roof, a striking greenhouse-like structure is hung with enough tropical plants khổng lồ create Instagram envy in all your design-conscious followers.

Location: 34 Hang Bai Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi

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Chusa Vietnamese Cuisine


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Modern take on traditional Vietnamese cuisine with St. Joseph’s Cathedral views. | Source: Chusa Vietnamese Cuisine
Most Vietnamese dishes are made for sharing, which means that occasionally solo diners are left with half-finished plates if they attempt lớn tackle multiple dishes or feeling cheated out of the full experience. Not so at Chusa Vietnamese Cuisine.

With solo travelers in mind – they see quite a few wander in after a tour of St. Joseph’s Cathedral next door, Chusa’s set thực đơn aims for the perfect balance of variety & portion size. For couples, groups và those with a big appetite, pineapple fried rice is a must-try. Most of the dishes on the menu skew fusion and go down well with local lagers, craft beer & wine by the glass.

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Location: 22 Au Trieu Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi

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37 nam giới Trang — State-Run Food shop #37


State-Run Food cửa hàng #37 is modeled after an after-war government-run food shop. | Source: 37 phái mạnh Trang
Named after a pre-war state-run food store, 37 nam giới Trang takes its historical accuracy seriously: from a display of ration books và food coupons, prevalent in the 1970’s and 1980’s, to the menu of simple, no-frills Northern Vietnamese food. Iced tea served in chipped enamel mugs, old radios và TV sets crowding the bar counter, black và white photos – there’s plenty khổng lồ feast your eyes on.

Locals come here for nostalgia-filled lunches, while dinnertime tends to draw a tourist crowd. In less capable hands, the concept might have amounted lớn nothing more than a gimmick, but 37 nam giới Trang is filled with such appreciation for the post-war generation’s resilience that it just works.

Location: 37 phái mạnh Trang Street, Truc Bach, Hanoi158 Tran Vu Street, Truc Bach, Hanoi

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Chim Sao


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Atmospheric restaurant inspired by Vietnam’s ethnic minorities. | Source: Chim Sao
In essence, this is traditional village-style cooking that highlights the cuisine of Vietnam’s ethnic minorities. Ingredients are seasonal – everything from snails và grasshoppers, lớn eel & water buffalo meat supplied daily by local farmers, while Chim Sao’ beverage menu proudly features potent and flavorful rice wines.

The restaurant moonlights as an art gallery and its permanent collection of contemporary Vietnamese art is well worth a look. Head upstairs for traditional village-style dining settings with floor cushions or settle down on antique timber furniture downstairs.

Location: 65 Hue Street, Hai bố Trung District, Hanoi

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Au O Vietnam Kitchen


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Vietnamese traditional communal-style table. | Source: Au O Vietnamese Kitchen
Proving the enduring popularity of family-style dining in Hanoi, the newish Au O hits the sweet spot between modern, urban decor & traditional cuisine. The atmospheric venue features an indoor patio overflowing with tropical foliage – a little oasis a stone’s throw from the Opera House and other sights.

The food is traditional và is sure lớn please the purists. There are cozy nooks for the couples, as well as communal-style tables popular with families and after-work gatherings of friends.

Location: 13A Ly Thuong Kiet Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi

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Cau Go Vietnamese Cuisine


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Take in Hanoi’s landmarks from this elevated dining spot in the Old Quarter. | Source: Cau Go Vietnamese Cuisine
Cau Go warrants a visit for the sweeping views of Hoan Kiem Lake, the Huc Bridge và Ngoc Son Temple alone. The fact that food refuses to play second fiddle và is exceptional is an added bonus. As befits the venue surrounded by so much history & cultural heritage, Cau Go serves traditional Vietnamese cuisine.

Impossibly thắm thiết at night, Cau Go is also a great lunch sport to recharge your batteries after exploring the Old Quarter. On chilly winter nights, consider cozy indoor seating or order a hearty broth lớn keep you warm on the alfresco deck soaring above the lake.

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Location:9 Dinh Tien Hoang Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi73 Cau Go Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi1/3/5/7 Dinh Tien Hoang Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi

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