If you set your foot on the tribe land, Sapa in North of Vietnam, you can’t miss the festive atmosphere of Sapa markets. The highland region in Sapa not only boasts its spectacular sceneries, ancient ethnic villages but the hustle and bustle of unique markets in Sapa. These Sapa markets are the places to exchange goods, playing love songs of the flute or meeting true partner. Below is the list of 10 most famous Sapa markets Vietnam which is highly recommended by experienced locals. Read more
Reu Island (also known as Monkey Island Halong Bay) has an area of 22ha located about 1km from Vung Duc port (Cam Dong ward, Cam Pha city). Unlike the busy day-to-day changing atmosphere of Cam Pha urban, the rustic Reu island is inhabited by semi-wildlife of more than a thousand monkeys.
The outstanding beauty of Monkey Island Halong Bay
Monkey Island Halong bay is a large island including nearly 400 islands belonging to Cat Ba island. With beautiful natural scenery, Cat Dua Island or Monkey Island Halong Bay has become a highlight of Cat Ba tourism.
This is also the first destination of the tour on Lan Ha Bay. Monkey Island Halong bay is about 1 km away from the Cat Ba town. To get to Monkey Island, tourists usually take a boat from Beo wharf about 10 minutes passing Cai Beo fishing village, some small islands and then proceeding to Monkey Island.
Monkey Island has a circumference of about 3 km. This is a mountainous, sandy island formed by millions of waves and winds bringing sand, rocks, coral, shellfish, shells, shrimps and crabs to the foot of the mountain. You can see sandy beach stretch for miles.
Most of the boats and cruises choose this place as their destination so that their passengers can be able to contemplate the beautiful nature of Cat Ba.
Millions of visitors go to Monkey Island Halong Bay each year as they are attracted by its stunning limestone mountains, which are created by the hands of Mother Nature in thousands of years.
Monkey Island Halong Bay is becoming one of the most tourist-attracted places in Cat Ba in general and in Hai Phong in particular, which is bringing a large number of tourists and huge profits to the province.
The island was formerly known as Cat Dua Island as there are a great number of luxurious high pandanus shading around. The fruits of pandanus here looks fairly tasty and fresh, yet they are not eatable. The fishermen here usually pick them up and dig them into water or dehydrate them for the purpose of producing medicines.
Cat Dua Island is also an ideal place for swimming with blue water and white sandy shores.The local residents call Cat Dua Island the Monkey Island Halong bay due to the presence of monkeys.
Almost all of the monkeys in Cat Dua are brought here by the wanderers. They are thus quite bold with the locals and tourists. They even seize food right from tourists’ hands and might bite if provoked. However, it is the untouched uniqueness that makes the island become famous, alluring a large number of tourists going to Cat Ba.
Discovering Monkey Island is definitely one of the most unforgettable experiences in Ha Long bay.
Cat Dua 1 and Cat Dua 2 (situtated on Monkey Island) are two typicial beaches which have an appearance resembling the arc. With the clear, blue and fresh water, Cat Ba 1 is a perfect destination for those who would love to swim and dip into the sea.
More interestingly, visitors can have a chance to contemplate the beauty of the sea in one-floor wooden houses here. Further, tourists are also provided with many kinds of services such as suit rental, buoys and so on.
During summer, the number of visitors going to Cat Ba is usually huge. This island is undoubtedly an ideal destination for a family or a group of friends to visit.
Cat Dua 2 Beach is situated behind the tiger-shaped ledge on the right. The beach has a hundred square meter garden with a large number of unique fauna and different types of birds.
Going to Monkey Island, most of tourists who are fond of experiencing new things can climb halfway up the mountain, even up to the top of the mountain to admire the stunning panorama of Lan Ha Bay with hundreds of multi-sized islands emerging from the blue water along with white sandy shores from afar.
At present, visitors can go to Monkey Island and stay at Monkey Island Resort on Cat Bai Beach 2.
The resort has 30 rooms built in the style of a roofed bungalow. Each house is equipped with air conditioners, hot shower, television, electric fan and internet, wifi – free internet. This is an ideal place for you to rest, bathe and enjoy the delicious food of the restaurant right next to the beach.
Activities While Cruising to Monkey Island Halong Bay
You can immerse yourself in a wide range of activities on your cruise and off it. From stunning deck views, cooking classes to chatting with fellow travelers.
Exploring Sung Sot Cave
After seeing the huge lines at the cave entrance. This beautifully lit up cave looks so charming and psychedelic that visitors may be drawn to it at first sight.
Kayaking Around Halong Bay
Even though it might be overcast and the water may be cold, kayaking along the bay is so much fun. It is incredible to be able to go right up to the karst formations or even inside caves
Love and motherhood of monkeys on Monkey Island Halong Bay
At present, there are more than 1,000 monkeys on the island, which are short-finned macaques, whose scientific name is Macaca Mulallata, giving birth to about 150 monkeys each year. Monkey usually live in a herd of about 30 – 50 children per flock.
Every Monkey King on the island usually owns 3 to 4 female monkeys, and most female monkeys like to have sexual intercourse with the Monkey King rather than other male monkeys.
Sometimes. there are fierce competitions among male monkeys. They fight with each other. The dominant winner takes charge of protecting the herd and it also has the right to have sexual intercourse with any female monkey that he likes.
Vice-captain Nguyen Huy Phuong said: “Monkey mother’s love is like maternity love of human beings. They are ready to die to protect their children”. Then he told us about a heart-wrenching story happening just last year on the island.
When the dog was sleeping, some little monkeys jumped down from the tree and teased him, making the dog angry. The monkeys quickly ran away. Inadvertently, there were two other little monkeys passing by, the dog thought they were the brats so he lunged towards them to bite. The Mother monkey immediately covered her children with her whole body, regardless of how violent the bites were.
When the officers of the island ran to the place where the dog was removed, the mother was bitten to death, but she had managed to protect her children. This brave mother monkey was buried by island officials. “If the unlucky monkey is sick and dead, the mother will still hug her body in her lap. Only when the monkey have become a white skeleton does the mother monkey bury her kid at some trees, “Phuong said.
The lives of those who are devoted to Monkey island Halong bay
At present, there are 14 employees in Monkey Island Halong Bay. There are also 4 married couples and children born on the island. Each couple is provided with a house. The staff on the island often take good care of the monkeys. Although the island is not far away from the mainland, they are rarely on land because it’s their duty to protect the monkeys.
Children at the age of five will leave the island to move in with their grandparents on the shore to go to school. Mr. Long laughs: “Fortunately all the children on the island are hard-working and perform well academically.”
So for almost a day wandering on the island, I returned to the mainland on the ship of the fisherman who transported fruit to Monkey island Halong bay. Only a glimpse of the ship docked Vung Duc, with the bustle of Cam Pha City. I looked back to the sea island Rều is only a dim blue but not mixed with the blue sea. There are people who are forgetting the noisy life on land, so that day and night protect the peace of the monkeys for the work of medical rescue.
If you want to know more about Monkey Island in Halong Bay or Tours that include this attraction, feel free to contact AZ Local Trip!
Hanoi is one of the most visited cities in Vietnam, therefore, Hanoi’s dining places has become much more well-known recently, from classy cafeterias serving authentic coffee to luxury restaurants serving tasty and expensive dishes. Below is our list of 10 best restaurants in Hanoi Old Quarter with a lot of convenience for customers.
1.Highway4 Restaurants Hoan Kiem
Opening Hours: Daily 10:00 – 23:30
Address: 25 Bat Su, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
Tel: 043 926 0639
Highway 4 Restaurant Hoan Kiem has the features of Vietnamese classical furnishings. The staff here speak English very well and the restaurant offers a diverse menu. Highway 4 is perfect place for large groups of people with different tastes. The special dishes are highly recommended, particularly the catfish spring rolls which is very popular with locals and tourists. All food here is served with many local herbs. There are several branches of Highway 4 Restaurants all over Hanoi in every districts such as Ba Dinh and Cau Giay.
Customers also have a selection of sitting at normal tables or on the ground floor, while the terrace upstairs offers an over view of Hanoi capital. There are plenty of exciting selecyions to choose from and Highway4 Hanoi’s specials include the catfish spring rolls which is 68,000 VND, grilled pork hanger steak which is 28,000 VND. If you want to try a new taste, you can try the crickets with roasted lemon leaves which is 68,000 VND, pan-fried scorpion which is 98,000 VND, and frog steamboat which costs 388,000 VND.
Highway 4 Hanoi is also famous for serving a selection of Son Tinh flavored liquors which costs 228,000 VND onwards, which is claimed to be hangover-free. Other drinks such as beers, imported wines, soft drinks, gas drink, coffee, tea, and fresh fruit juices. With six branches throughout Hoan Kiem District, the pioneer Highway 4 Hanoi is located along Hang Tre Street, but there are also newer and huger outlets at No. 25 Bat Su Street at the Hanoi Old Quarter and No. 31 Xuan Dieu Street which is near West Lake.
2.Green Tangerine Restaurant Hanoi
Opening Hours: Daily 11:00 – 23:00
Address: No. 48 Hang Be Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel: 043 825 1286
Green Tangerine Restaurant Hanoi is conveniently located in the Old Quarter, where customers can enjoy real Vietnamese and French tasty cuisine in a nice setting. Established in 2003, the Green Tangerine Restaurant Hanoi occupies an ancient refurbished 1920s French villa that is fitted with rustic decoration, bare bricked walls, and antique furniture. It is also surrounded by a extremely lush garden, making it an ideal dining place for those who are looking for a place to escape from the noisy atmosphere of Hanoi.
Green Tangerine Restaurant Hanoi is famous for its artistically decorated dishes, such as duck breast carpaccio in red color fruit served with gizzard candied melted in ginger, sesame biscuits with mushroom, roasted pigeon marinated in black coffee, with mashed eggplants rolled in spinach leaves and cauliflower, and caramelized pork and stewed apples, presented on a lotus seeds with cake made from mashed carrots, taros and other ingredients.
During the day, customers can choose the two-course or three-course lunch set, which comes with a starter, main dishes, and dessert. Green Tangerine Restaurant Hanoi’s famous homemade desserts such as apple crumble pie with red fruits sauce and Calvados in lemongrass and served with a scoop of ice cream will satisfy customers.
Located along Hang Be Street in Hoan Kiem District, Green Tangerine Restaurant Hanoi is about a 10-minute walking from Sword Lake and Ngoc Son Pagoda.
3. Cafe de Paris Hanoi
Opening Hours: Daily 08:00 – 23:00
Address: 12 Luong Ngoc Quyen Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
Tel: 043 926 1327
Cafe de Paris Hanoi is a French-style cafeteria that is located in the Hanoi Old Quarter, attracting a large number of European expats and tourists looking for place to escape from Hanoi’s noisy and frenetic atmosphere. This quaint cafeteria serves good-quality and reasonably-priced dishes such as salads, light snacks, and dessert as well as famous imported wines by the glass and bottle.
Priced at 100,000 VND which is about $5 upwards, standout dishes include the flank steak with shallot sauce and salad daise potatoes duck con-fit and Parisian-style double-cheese burger. For vegetarians or those who prefer a lighter meal, the goat cheese salad, tarti flette, and gazpacho are highly recommended.
Cafe de Paris Hanoi also offers French breakfast sets costing 110,000VND, which includes two eggs, bread slices, coffee or tea, a glass of fresh orange juice, as well as freshly backed croissant served with jam and butter. The Cafeteria is also fitted with an outdoor terrace with nice views of bustling streets of Hanoi, making it an ideal place after a day exploring the Hanoi Old Quarter. Situated along Luong Ngoc Quyen Street, Cafe de Paris is accessible within just a 15-minute walking from Sword Lake.
4. Xuan Xuan Hanoi
Opening Hours: Monday – Wednesday 10:00 – 22:00
Address: 47 Ma May Street, Old Quarter, Hanoi
Xuan Xuan Hanoi 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 (pork, beef, fish) and vegetables. Everything is brought on a large platter and you barbecue your own dinner over a small gas-burning stove. It’s a funny experience when eating elbow to elbow with a diverse range of customers, and the taste is truly wonderful. Located in the centre of the Old Quarter, Xuan Xuan Hanoi is an ideal place to go to.
5. Xoi Yen
Opening Hours: Monday – Wednesday 10:00 – 22:00
Address: 47 Ma May Street, Old Quarter, Hanoi
Xoi Yen’s specialises in “xoi xeo”, which is a sweet or savory sticky rice topped with a variety of different meats, shallots and shaved bean curd. Located in the Hanoi Old Quarter, the restaurant occupies a three-storey corner along Nguyen Huu Huan Street, with very low stools and tables (which may be uncomfortable at times, but that’s when you know it’s a local establishment). Xoi Yen gets very crowded at night, there are many customers coming here for late night meals, however service is quick as most locals usually opt for takeaways instead of dining in. A basic bowl of “xoi xeo” cost 15,000 VND which is less than $1, with additional toppings, it cost between 15,000 and 30,000 VND.
6. Cha Ca Thang Long
Opening Hours: Daily 10:00 – 15:00, 17:00 – 22:00
Address: 21 Duong Thanh Street, Old Quarter, Hanoi
Tel: +84 43 824 5115
Cha Ca Thang Long in the Old Quarter is one of the best places for diners to enjoy “cha ca”, which is a distinctive Hanoi delicacy. Priced at 120,000VND, the dish comprises a white fish fillet seasoned with garlic, ginger, turmeric and dill. After placing your order, the staff will help assemble and cook the ingredients using a sizzling pan at your table. You also get a bowl of rice noodles, peanuts, chopped spring onions, parsley, fish sauce and red chili slices, all of which are meant to be mixed together with the bold, fired, turmeric-flavored fish.
7. Café Nola Hanoi
Opening Hours: Daily 09:00 – 00:00
Address: 89 Ma May Street, Old Quarter, Hanoi
Tel: +84 94 248 7605
Café Nola Hanoi offers a quiet atmosphere from the bustling traffic ò Hanoi, featuring eclectic furniture, charming service, extensive food and beverage menus and ample outdoor and indoor seating areas. Set along Ma May Street (opposite Bia Hoi Junction), it’s a good spot for enjoying Vietnamese coffee and a wide range of selection of Asian cuisines and western dishes such as granola, pancakes, spring rolls and Thai beef salad. Great for breezy evenings, the garden rooftop terrace is decorated with hanging plants, rattan seats, and colorful hanging umbrellas.
8. Al Fresco’s Hanoi
Opening Hours: Daily 09:30 – 23:00 Location: 19, Nha Tho Street, Old Quarter, Hanoi Tel: +84 43 938 1155
The chain restaurants of Al Fresco’s Hanoi is a superb choice for family dining, serving up large portions of western fare. It’s the place to go when you’re fed up with the lighter Vietnamese food and want something more special during your holiday in Hanoi. The ribs (from 225,000VND upwards) and quesadillas (160,000 VND) are house specialties in this casual friendly diner, while the red wine listed is heavy on Australian and South American. Non-alcoholic beverages range from fresh fruit juices, milkshakes and yogurt smoothies to Vietnamese coffee, soft drinks and Lipton tea. It must be a place that you should come at least once.
9. Essence Restaurant Hanoi
Opening Hours: Daily 06:30 – 22:00
Address: 22 Ta Hien Street, Old Quarter, Hanoi
Tel: +84 43 935 2485
Essence Restaurant in the Hanoi Old Quarter serves authentic Vietnamese and Western delicacies, together with fresh fruit smoothies, coffees, beers and wines. Located on the ground floor of Essence Hanoi Hotel & Spa, the all-day restaurant is a good option for travelers looking forward to enjoy value-for-money meals in a comfortable and fantastic setting. Special dishes include duck coconut curry, bun cha (grilled pork with vermicelli noodles), cha ca va long (turmeric fish with dill) and rolled beef with black raisin sauce.
10. Bun Cha Nem Cua Be Dac Kim
Opening Hours: Daily 11:00 – 19:00
Address: 67 Duong Thanh Street, Old Quarter, Hanoi
Bun Cha Nem Cua Be Dac Kim, a beloved local restaurant along Dung Thang Street, serves arguably the best “nem cua be” (crabmeat rolls) and bun cha (grilled pork with noodles) in the city. For the price at 90,000 VND upwwards, you get two pieces of its crabmeat rolls and a bowl of bun cha that’s big enough to share between two people. Eat like the locals do by pairing it with fresh vegetables and lettuce, before dipping it in fish sauce. Do note that there are two restaurants with the same name set next to each other –the correct Bun Cha Nem Cua Be Dac Kim is the one with the yellow signage.
11. Bun Bo Nam Bo
Address: 67 Hang Dieu Street, Old Quarter, Hanoi
Look for a blue awning with red tulips and modern store sign of a darker blue shade along Hang Dieu Street, and you’ll find yourself at a must stop food joint in the city. The modest interior, shared-table furnishing and devil-may-care attitude of this tiny restaurant in Old Quarter may not betray its solid reputation, but the simple fact is this: “Bún Bò Nam Bo” is one of Hanoi’s best and favorite spots for refueling.
The menu here is as small as the place itself, with only a few drinks and five food options available. The obvious choice, of course, is the traditional vermicelli dish the restaurant is named after. The “bún bò nam bo” (Southern-style beef noodle salad)—essentially a delightful concoction of rice noodles, grilled marinated beef, fresh veggies, fish sauce and roasted peanuts—served here is one of the best in the city. And price around $2.70 for a big bowl, you’ll definitely love this dish.
12. Bun Cha Huong Lien
Address: Le Van Huu Street, Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi
What happens when Anthony Bourdain and President Obama enjoy a night out in Hanoi? A gastronomic frenzy that yields Obama-inspired meal combos and has Western tourists descending on a local haunt that’s now plastered with vignettes of the iconic moment … whether this is a good or a bad thing remains to be seen. What is clear is this: you cannot leave Hanoi without feasting on Bun Cha Huong Lien’s now world-famous “bun cha” while rubbing elbows with the locals.
This two-story restaurant may overwhelm at first with its frantic atmosphere, its overall messy state and the unceremonious way the servers point you to an empty table and take your order. But once you settle into that large bowl of grilled pork belly and ground pork patties mixed with light rice noodles, fresh herbs and pickled papaya in mouth, with crab meat rolls and a cup of Hanoi beer, you’ll stop caring about anything else surrounding.
13. Cafe Pho Co
If you’re a coffee lover—or really, even if you’re not—you shouldn’t miss out on the coffee drink wonder that is the Vietnamese iced coffee with milk. It’s a delicious and chocolaty concoction that is one of the Vietnamese cuisine’s greatest joys. A fantastic place to try it is Cafe Pho Co, another Fodor’s Choice recommendation. The fact that this Old Quarter cafe’s entrance is hidden away behind a small store and a narrow hallway, making it slightly hard to find, doesn’t stop both locals and travelers from coming here. In fact, it only complements its paradise-like lobby, which is lush with plants, and decorated with several birdcages and small statues.
Order the Vietnamese iced coffee—or an iced egg coffee or a fruit juice, as they have several types of drinks on offer—and make your way all the way to the fourth floor. There you can sip your delicious drink as you enjoy an amazing and incredibly relaxing view of Sword Lake.
14. Pho Gia Truyen
To be perfectly honest, Pho Gia Truyen is not the most welcoming place or the most accommodating. But when you consider the line pouring out into the street and the quick and e’fficient way they deliver their “pho”, you’ll quite easily forgive them for those shortcomings. And that’s besides the fact that Pho Gia Truyen”, a pho joint loved by locals and frequented by travelers, makes some of the most wonderful and comforting steaming bowls of pho in the Vietnamese capital. That’s saying a lot considering that pho is easily the most served dish there.
It’s a cash-only type of place whose four-person staff has zero patience for indecisive customers, so it’s absolutely recommended that you already know what you want before getting here. It isn’t hard as there are only three items on offer, all of which are less than $3. Be sure to securee a table first before you order … that is if you’d rather not look for one whilst carrying a hot bowl of soup.
15. Banh Mi 25
There’s an art to making sandwiches, at least as far as Phuong Dong is concerned. The friendly owner of Banh Mì 25, the famous family-run sandwich stand that his very own grandfather started, and his family not only cook the pate and sandwich meats themselves, they also bake their own bread fresh every three hours, the ingredients of which slightly vary depending on Hanoi’s constantly changing weather. It’s a serious matter to Phuong, who believes this is the main reason why his breads are better than anywhere else in the city.
Their spot is completely unassuming, just a roadside one-person stand and three small tables with stools right next to it, but their bread are incredible. The bread is indeed fresh and perfectly baked, the veggies crispy. And each customer gets a free glass of delicious iced tea. It can’t get better than that with such wonderful service!
Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam boasts a host of foreign tourists from all parts of the world pregnant with many historical and cultural value. Visiting to Hanoi, you will be in the journey festive atmosphere of popular events and occasions or enjoy the tranquility of an afternoon sitting silently in West Lake or Hoan Kiem Lake. But what are the best places to visit in Hanoi ?
More and more people prefer vegetarian Hanoi on the lunar calendar in July with the desire to help the body as well as the soul more relaxed. It is not difficult to find a vegetarian Hanoi restaurant, but to find a Hanoi vegetarian food that has good taste in beautiful space with affordable price. It is not simple.Read more
Best BANH MI in Hanoi – Where to eat the BEST Banh Mi in Hanoi
Banh mi Dinh Ngang
In the list of the best Banh mi in Hanoi, we should mention Tram Banh mi in Dinh Ngang street. Actually, the restaurant’s food is simple including pate, fatty sausage, pork fillet, fried eggs, some cucumber pieces but thanks to its sauce added to make the bread more special with the mixed flavors of salty, sweet, bar, fat, harmonic.
In addition, this restaurant also serves Banh Mi Sot vang. With many guests, this food is not a signature food of the restaurant, but it is very delicious.
Dinh Ngang bread costs an average of 30,000 VND / piece, and the price is 40,000VND.
Duc Long bread, Luong Ngoc Quyen
This is one of the best Banh mi in Hanoi. It used to be located in Hang Bac street but now transferred to Luong Ngoc Quyen with tables and chairs for guests to eat at the place. Plus, the bread of Duc Long is so delicious and eating a haft of a bread can make you full.
In addition to bread kebap, recently, this bread also added some variations such as kebap disk, potato kebab, rice kebab. The price is also considered as a plus point of the restaurant when fairly affordable, Kebab ordinary cake cost 30,000VND, and other kinds of rice, kebab in dish prices in the range of 40,000VND to 50,000VND
Banh mi pate Lan Ong
The original shop used to be located in Lan Ong but now moved to Cha Ca street. Bread of the shop is unique and not similar as other places that loyal to the pate. It is simple but thanks to the pate, it makes an unique of the best mi in Hanoi.
In addition to the traditional flavor, to satisfy the diners coming from abroad, the restaurant has added some new ingredients such as sausage, bacon. The shops with food spacious, open from late morning until late. Although it is in the old quarter and is elegant but the price of cake here is quite affordable, only from 20,000VND to 35,000VND/ each unit
Banh mi Le Dai Hanh
This is not a bakery, but a humble old car on the corner of Le Dai Hanh intersection with Le Dai Hanh alley. But the bread here is so popular to locals that every morning, it is always crowded guests to buy breakfast, lunch and is rated as the best banh mi in Hanoi.
Although there are many kinds of spring rolls to choose from, but the most popular is the fat and crispy one. The bread will be kept warm until serving to the customers. The ingredients are tasty, crispy are added with some handmade sauce, mayonnaise. All of the ingredients make the best banh mi in Hanoi with good quality compared to the price of 22,000VND per unit. Bread Le Dai Hanh sell from morning to evening.
Banh mi – 38 Dinh Liet- Best banh mi Hanoi
Located on the opposite side of the noodle shop on Dinh Liet street, Dinh Liet bread is said as the best banh mi in Hanoi. It is simple bread with ingredients such as pate, cauliflower. Breads are cooked in traditional charcoal oven, hot and crispy just right, when you eat at your own banh mi, and no matter what kind of personality, the crispy bread is full of crisps, the rich sauce here. It’s easy to leave a good impression about the best banh mi in Hanoi.
Because of situating right in the center with large visitors, near the line next to traditional bread, this item also sells more new bread such as pan bread, roast chicken, roast pork, potato yam. The average price of bread from 25,000VND to 30,000VND/ unit, only beef bread – potato and pate beef is a little bit higher at 50,000 VND / ration.
Banh mi Ba Dan, Lo Su
Appearing in Hanoi since 1979, Banh mi Ba Dan is one of the oldest breads in the capital. Over time, when many other bakeries grow, Ba Dan bread still retains the brand of best pate as well as the best banh mi in Hanoi. Every 3 hours, the owner has to change the cake once to help the cake is always hot, and crispy.
The restaurant also offer bread in pan. It is opened from early morning to 22h, and its price from 25,000VND to 45,000VND, depending on your choice.
Banh mi Thai Thinh
The restaurant has created “bread in pan”. Over the years, Thai Thinh bread still retains the original recipe with a piece of fried egg, a piece of 2/3 palm fried food served with melon, bread. There is no added meat at all.
Considered fairly, although less in number, but the quality of food in the restaurant is quite good with fried pate, eggs, sweet and sour cucumber in your mouth. However, the pan of the meal without sauce, guests have to eat bread with eggs, pate and chili sauce.
Hanoi French food is now more and more popular to Hanoian people, and also tourists to Hanoi. Let find out some places to taste the French dishes in Hanoi.
French Grill Restaurant – JW Marriott Hanoi Hotel – Hanoi French food
French Grill restaurant is one of the luxurious French restaurants in Hanoi with modern and cozy space with a VIP room and separate space, a wine bar and the largest open kitchen in Hanoi. The really made of the great restaurant with classic France style. In this French grill Hanoi restaurant, customers will be served wonderful French food Hanoi.
We pretty sure that you and your family will be impressed and attracted by this restaurant as well as its food for the very first time. The French food Hanoi offered by this French grill Hanoi restaurant is cooked with fresh ingredients namely the green pastry, blue mussels, smoked salmon … All dishes are elaborately processed, bold French cuisine.
Address: JW Marriott Hanoi Hotel, 8 Do Duc Duc, Nam Tu Liem District, Hanoi
Door open time: 18:00 – 22:30
Reference price: 300,000 – 700,000 VND.
Maison Vie – Hanoi French food
Maison Vie restaurant is located on Tang Bat Ho street. It is another choice for French grill Hanoi restaurant. The space is very luxurious, modern with 2 floors with indoor and outdoor dining area, second floor has 4 VIP rooms with many facilities. The menu of the restaurant is varied, delicate and beautifully decorated, the taste is French-style, especially the stewed beef with potatoes, grilled meat, salmon, salat veggies.
The service attitude of the restaurant is extremely professional, sure to bring the most satisfaction to customers.
Address: 28 Tang Bat Ho, Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi.
Opening hours: 10:00 – 14:30, 16:30 – 22:00
Reference price: 250,000 – 700,000 VND.
The luxury of the restaurant with wonderful French food Hanoi
La Badiane – Hanoi French food
La Badiane Restaurant is a French grill Hanoi restaurant with quiet space, with fresh air of nature. Unlike other restaurants, La Badiane Restaurant does not serve customers with wonderful French food Hanoi and do serves foods as the requirements of customers, with many different ingredients especially the restaurant. It is well known for its French food Hanoi namely French-style roast beef.
The food of the restaurant is not only perfect in taste but the way of presentation of dishes is very meticulous and sophisticated. Staff service is very professional, friendly, and fun, creating a sense of customer friendliness.
Address: 10 Nam Ngu Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi.
Opening hours: 11:30 – 14:00, 18:00 – 22:00
Reference price: 75.000 – 165.000 VND.
Au Delice – Hanoi French food
French restaurant Au Delice is an outstanding restaurant with ancient architecture, has two floors each floor is decorated delicate, feeling very luxurious. For the design of the second floor, the guests can stand from the balcony looking directly at the church, the scene is extremely romantic.
The menu of the restaurant is diverse with many kinds of fine wines, imported from France and many flavors such as French fries, cheese, fish meat, lamb … Come home You will enjoy the quintessence of French cuisine.
Address: 2B Ngo Thi Nham, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi.
Opening hours: 09:00 – 22:00
Reference price: 200.000 – 500.000 VND.
La Verticale – Hanoi French food
La Verticale Restaurant is a French restaurant featuring French and Vietnamese cuisine on the first and second floors, and the terrace where the ideal coffee is served outdoor.
The dishes of La Verticale are experienced French chefs such as fresh goose liver cooked with tropical fruits, duck cooked many dishes: braised, roasted, flush with sauce fruit.
Address: 19 Ngo Van So street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi.
Opening hours: 9am – 10pm
Reference price: 300.000 – 770.000 VND.
Le Jardin French Bistro – Hanoi French food
Restaurant Le Jardin French Bistro is a French restaurant with natural harmony with nature, fresh air at any corner of the restaurant you can see the trees, flowers are very romantic, clear.
The menu is not so varied, but it is very delicious, namely beefsteak is cooked marinated softly delicious, the desserts are also very unique with very enthusiastic and extremely professional service.
Address: 54 Quang An, Tay Ho District, Hanoi.
Opening hours: 7:00 – 23:30
Price reference: 200,000 – 1,000,000.
La Table du Chef Restaurant – Hanoi French food
La Table du Chef Restaurant is one of the most luxurious French restaurants in Hanoi, with a classy interior of a 5-star restaurant that is delicately and elegantly designed. Taste of food is one of the factors that make up the name of the restaurant that is very the French culture.
The food is mainly on the quality, but not very delicate special can be said to bare eggs wine sauce, bacon, Ravioli liver mushroom sauce, salted egg … In addition to the restaurant is very diverse of French wines. Coming to the restaurant the guests can only utter that on the great.
Address: 3rd Floor, Press Clup, 59A Ly Thai To, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
Best steak in Hanoi? Beef steak in Hanoi is not unfamiliar anymore, and if you are wondering where to find the best steakhouse in Hanoi, we will suggest you some places where offer the best steak in Hanoi. Read more
24 Hour food Hanoi? Tong Duy Tan Street is short, but many people want to come this location because of the diverse food here. Especially, most of the shops and restaurant here are opened as 24 hour food Hanoi.