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Vietnamese Restaurant in Hanoi


Hanoi has many dining options. Vietnamese Restaurants in Hanoi is one of the great delights in visiting the capital. Hanoi is home to Vietnam’s most famous dish -- pho (rice noodles in chicken or beef broth). This and other northern specialties are best enjoyed at the bustling sidewalk food stalls lining many streets. Foreign restaurants abound in Hanoi, ranging from French fine-dining to fast-food joints. There are several more up market establishments catering to visiting businessmen and tourists as well as foreign and local residents.

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What & where to Eat in Hanoi


The diverse and cosmopolitan nature of Hanoi reflects in its culinary art also. It is a delightful creation of local exotic fare and impressively influenced by the best of the epicurean extravaganza across the world. Cuisine in Hanoi, following the lines of the Vietnamese food, revels in its generous use of vegetables, herbs and spices, including lemon grass, lime, and kaffir lime leaves. Fish sauce, soy sauce and hoisin sauce spice it up

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Salsa Tapas Bar and Restaurant (La) in Hanoi


Each region in Italy has its own specialties with seasonal varieties. From delicate tortelli filled with squash in Lombardy to spaghetti tossed with salted gray mullet roe in Sardinia, regional food preferences and cooking styles vary widely. The emphasis is always on the use of fresh, seasonal produce with a tradition of dishes based on wheat products like bread and pasta, vegetables, cheese, fish, and meat. These are usually prepared in such a manner as to preserve the ingredients’ natural qualities and taste.

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Terrazza (La) in Hanoi


Your tour to Hanoi is not complete until you taste, savor and enjoy the experience that is Italian Cuisine. Take a brief look into some of the most popular Italian delicacies in Hanoi and choose what’s going to be your favorite

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Tao Li Chinese Restaurant in Hanoi


Hanoi in Vietnam attracts lots of visitors to its restaurants specialized in different cuisines. If you are, by any chance interested in trying out Chinese cuisines, then you must visit Tao-Li Chinese Restaurant in Hanoi where you will get several types of Chinese dishes. You won’t find out Chinese restaurants in Hanoi in every corner of the city, but one of the most popular Chinese restaurants where the tourists and the locals flock alike, is Tao-Li Chinese Restaurant.

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Moca Cafe in Hanoi


Asian cuisine is a term sometimes used particularly in Canada as an umbrella term for the various cuisines of East Asia and Southeast Asia and for fusion dishes based on combining them. Asian cuisine can also refer to cuisines of all of Asia. If you are in search of a good café, Moca Café in Hanoi is perfect for you. Pungent coffee scents enticingly waft from Moca Cafe. Expatriates flock at Moca Café in Hanoi for Western brunches and crosswords, and travelers find respite with spring rolls and magazines.

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Restaurant D Arthur in Hanoi


You can find out plenty of French Restaurants in Hanoi, which also has varieties of other restaurants tucked away in the alleys of the city. There are a variety of French restaurants in Hanoi in the form of traditional service, jazz clubs to sidewalk cafes but the best of all is Restaurant D’ Arthur in Hanoi.

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Nam Phuong Restaurant Hanoi


In a nutshell, the variety of cuisines on offer in Hanoi is impressive range of prices across the board means that everyone should be able to find several satisfying dining options. Vietnamese Restaurants in Hanoi includes Nam Phuong in Hanoi which delivers Northern and Southern cuisine, along with a traditional Vietnamese musician.

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Emperor Restaurant in Hanoi


There are several more up market establishments catering to visiting businessmen and tourists as well as foreign and local residents. Chinese cuisine is particularly well represented in the capital, as is Indian and, surprisingly, Italian food. Emperor Restaurant in Hanoi is one of the most popular Vietnamese Restaurant in Hanoi. It has the most beautiful and romantic setting in all of Hanoi.

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Asian Restaurants in Hanoi


Hanoi is home to Vietnam’s most famous dish -- pho (rice noodles in chicken or beef broth). Foreign restaurants abound in Hanoi, ranging from French fine-dining to fast-food joints. Besides, all the major hotels have at least one restaurant offering very good value buffet lunches and dinners. Chinese cuisine is particularly well represented in the capital, as is Indian and, surprisingly, Italian food. Hanoi is becoming a big soup pot of Asian influences as immigrants and business people from around the continent converge here, bringing their cuisine with them.

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Cha Ca La Vong in Hanoi


Asian Restaurants in Hanoi is one of the great delights in visiting the capital. China has always been the biggest influence, but there’s quite a bit of choice in other areas too. In Hanoi, you can pick from incredibly cheap restaurants or the just plain inexpensive. Even in some Asian Restaurants in Hanoi you’ll pay less than in other big cities around the world (except perhaps at the big international hotels Cha Ca La Vong in Hanoi

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Chinese Restaurants in Hanoi


Hanoi in Vietnam attracts lots of visitors to its restaurants because if you are looking to unwind your spirit after hectic visit to the tourist destinations, you can visit a number of restaurants serving you specialized dishes from French, Vietnamese, Italian, Asian and even Chinese cuisines. Though you wont find Chinese restaurants in Hanoi in every nook and corner of the city, you will find all of them thronged by the tourists and locals alike.

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French Restaurants in Hanoi


Hanoi in Vietnam attracts lot of visitors to its unique tourist destinations. However, if you are expecting other things to do in Hanoi, we suggest you to satisfy your gastronomical interests. Let your appetite have a gala time satiating itself in varieties of restaurants dotting the alleys of Hanoi. Hanoi is otherwise known for its traditional Vietnamese cuisine but you will find most of the tourists flocking to the French Restaurants in Hanoi. There are a number of French restaurants in this city specialized in serving French cuisine. Interestingly enough, you will get variety of dining options inside the restaurants ranging from traditional service, jazz clubs to sidewalk cafes.

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Italian Restaurants in Hanoi


If you are satiated with the Bò 7 Món, Banh bao or Banh Mi Thit, go for some other dishes. Taste the best of world cuisine as the long line up of French, Chinese, Italian and Asian restaurants bring you delicacies from all corners of the world. Start with the Italian cuisine which is known for its extreme variety.

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Seasons of Hanoi Restaurant


The atmosphere is picture-perfect: intimate, candlelit, romantic, earth-colored surroundings in a casual yet beautifully restored colonial with authentic native furniture. Sit on the first floor to avoid the tour groups on the second. The spring rolls are heaven, as are the tempura soft-shell crabs. They serve great fish as you like it -- fried, boiled, on kabobs, and in hot pots.

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Tamarind Café Hanoi


Tamarind is a laid-back, friendly spot, and, even if you’re not a vegetarian, this welcoming cafe’s inventive menu will tickle your fancy. Soups like vegetarian wonton and two-color soup (spinach and sweet potato) take the chill off Hanoi winter nights and go great with the selection of sandwiches.

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Tandoor Restaurant Hanoi



Best is the small table overlooking busy Ba Be street from the second-floor balcony. Tandoor is a long-popular Indian-food enclave, popular with both young travelers looking for a bit of a curry fix after weeks on the road with nothing but rice and noodle dishes, as well as expats feeding a family (they have free delivery service and takeout).

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The Deli Café Hanoi


Located on the first floor of the Press Club, The Deli -- along with its adjacent coffee corner, Le Comptoire -- is a good place to grab a local or international paper (or browse a good book section) and enjoy a relaxed lunch of sandwiches and gourmet pizzas, not to mention the Aussie pie with chips or Mom’s Meatloaf. The grilled Reuben sandwich is without rival.

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The Green Tangerine Restaurant Hanoi


In a lovingly restored 1928 colonial in the center of the Old Quarter, the Green Tangerine offers a menu of rich, delicious French fare. The small courtyard area is great for an afternoon drink just a few steps off of busy Hang Be, and the air-conditioned dining room is a sanctuary for a luxurious meal. It’s very popular with expats, and that makes for a constantly evolving menu to keep up with the many repeat customers.

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Thuy Ta Café & Ice Cream Hanoi


On the water at the northwest end of the lake, this cafe has great views and an extensive menu. The best choice is just a good ice cream or coffee, while taking in the lake’s scenery. Unlike most others listed here, Thuy Ta is more popular with locals than tourists.

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Vine Restaurant Hanoi


So, here you are in this topsy-turvy city of motorbike traffic and chaos. You might have found yourself a pretty groovy hotel, but dining has been more adventurous than luxurious, and exotic even when it was supposed to be familiar. Time to find Vine, a restaurant that is one of those special places that makes traveling in this part of the world so much fun. A good 10- to 15-minute

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Wild Rice Restaurant Hanoi


Nothing about Lá Luá portends to be authentic Vietnamese; everything from the decor to the dining is in fact an amalgam of traditions and customs. The place looks like an upmarket L.A. bistro borrowing Japanese themes, with tall stands of bamboo encased in glass, slate floors, and bright white walls that shine with the mellow glow of indirect lighting.

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Sen Restaurant Hanoi


Nestled by a lotus pond near West Lake, Sen (Lotus) Restaurant is the ideal enclave for nature and food lovers alike. The owner has designed the restaurant to overcome the narrow lanes of the area, giving the space a good view of West Lake. Inside the two terracotta-roofed villas, the wooden furniture, Vietnamese paintings and vases of lotus evoke the feeling of an ancient house of the Orient.

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Long Dinh (Dragon Palace) Restaurant Hanoi


Located in the heart of the capital, Long Dinh is a charming restaurant boasting Chinese architecture that blends themes of tradition and modernity. Long Dinh Restaurant offers guests refined Chinese cuisine, including bird’s nest, shark’s fin soup, and lobster, among other rare and tasty dishes.

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Al Fresco’s


Run by Australian expats, Al Fresco’s two floors of friendly, casual dining is sort of like a T.G.I. Friday’s reincarnated in Vietnam. With checkered tablecloths, good oldies music, and a great view from the second floor to the street below, this is the place to bring the kids (or yourself) when they’re in need of a slice of home.

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Au Lac Garden Cafe and Bar


Cozy courtyard seating and a relaxed intimate interior are the hallmarks of this popular little bar and cafe. With good coffee and a host of local and international entrees, the place is full of expats on lunch break, and hopping at happy hour. All quite familiar. Welcome to Au Lac Garden Café and Bar

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Brother’s Café


Buffet only, Brother’s is an inexpensive starting point to explore gourmet Vietnamese cuisine. Lunch includes dishes such as salted chicken, sweet-and-sour bean sprouts, shrimp, noodles, and spring rolls; a full dessert table of sweet tofu, sweet baby rice, dragon fruit, and other exotic offerings; and fresh lemon or melon juice.

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Ciao Café


An outlet of this popular Saigon chain, Ciao Café is a cool two-story place just south of the lake, with cozy booths and a funky, Are Deco style all its own. It attracts mostly locals, making it a fun hangout and people-watching perch. Welcome to Ciao Café

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Club Opera


Just next to the Press Club and across from the Sofitel Metropole, this exclusive little bistro, like its sister, the Emperor, serves delicious Vietnamese food that’s a bit dolled-up for the foreign palate -- and priced to the foreign wallet. They have all kinds of Vietnamese fare, from Hue specials like crispy fried spring rolls to delicate, smaller versions of banh khoi (fried doughy pancakes filled with vegetables, herbs, and shrimp).

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Emperor Restaurant


For atmosphere and decor alone, the Emperor is Hanoi’s address of note. A beautiful restored colonial that stands sentinel at the busy street-side entrance is the fine-dining area, posh and elegant. But this elegance, a bit stiff really, gives way to an interior courtyard and a laid-back, classy, open-air dining spot -- a little inner-city oasis.

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