Wild Rice

Wild Rice serves up Vietnamese classics with a modern twist and Pacific Rim fare from a beautifully restored French colonial villa in Hanoi's Hoan Kiem District. Slate floors, glass-encased bamboo stalks, fresh white linens and black chopsticks contribute to the minimalist, airy ambience. Enjoy delicious cuisine and excellent service in the capital city's most peaceful and enlightened spot. Try Wild Rice's grilled chicken in chilli with lemon grass, barbecued squid or beef with coconut.

Mains at Wild Rice are priced from around USD16 to USD60. Were it not for the flowers and wall photographs of Vietnamese scenery and colourful Hanoi characters, you'd think you were in a trendy San Francisco bistro _ especially with the whitewashed walls, slate flooring and sparse table decor. But that's okay. The juxtaposition of interior design and cuisine at Wild Rice is intentional. Try the chicken curry paired with a bottle of imported red or white wine, perfect for those chilly Hanoi nights.


Khe Restaurant

Enjoy sampling a wide variety of Hanoi street food in hygienic surroundings at this centrally located restaurant. Along with street food staples, the restaurant also offers 200 traditional Vietnamese dishes served with a flourish in their open kitchen designed like a Vietnamese village. Each dish is a “building” where a team of dedicated chefs add each ingredient to create a distinct foundation of flavour. Make sure you save room for dessert as Khe serves a wide variety of che, the distinct Vietnamese sweet soup accompanied with a strong cup of cafe sua da.


Ao Ta Restaurant

Located in a crowded Hanoi neighbourhood crackling with energy, Ao Ta has been serving traditional Vietnamese food since 2009. Their goal is to introduce world travellers to authentic flavours of both Hanoi and rural Vietnam. Step into the calm of the tastefully decorated interior, decorated in earth tones, Vietnamese art and simple-yet-elegant dining sets.
Clean lines typically found in Asian architecture paired with an inviting atmosphere are sure to whet your appetite for a tantalising meal that won’t disappoint. Ao Ta’s reasonably priced menu boasts an extensive range of specialities from many areas of Vietnam, including the tasty fare of the northern regions.
Delight in knowing that the master chefs of Ao Ta have skilfully prepared your food with cleanliness, freshness and optimal nutrition being their top priorities. Ao Ta features more than 20 breakfast items such as crab cakes and shellfish soup and vermicelli. Be sure to save room for dessert dishes that include sweet taro soup, lotus seed and jackfruit.


Quan An Ngon

With en ever-growing number of branches and a solid reputation for quality food, Quan An Ngon provides patrons with authentic Vietnamese cuisine from around the country, along with a delicate ambience and artful decor. The food is as delicious as the surroundings are elegant; this is a restaurant chain with a reputation for reliability and tastiness.

Quan An Ngon - Vietnamese restaurant Hanoi

The menu features the best of Vietnamese food, with Bun Bo Hue, Hanoi-style Banh Xeo and Nha-Trang-style grilled beef all making notable contributions to the wide range of dishes. The recipes are not far removed from the dishes you may find at street food vendors around Hanoi, but with the opulent settings and stellar service, the simple, traditional dishes take on new dimensions of tastiness.

The latest addition to the Quan An Ngon chain is located in the new Vincom Royal City, Hanoi’s glitzy emporium of shopping and eating. Quan An Ngon sits in the basement of this palace of commerce with class and style.

Quan An Ngon - Vietnamese restaurant Hanoi

Voted as one of the best restaurants in Asia by numerous magazines, Quan An Ngon is rapidly building its reputation for excellent food sold at reasonable prices. The chain is very popular with the booming Vietnamese upper-middle class, who flock here for the great food, fantastic service and convivial atmosphere.

Started by Gia Lam resident Pham Bich Hanh, Quan An Ngon was born from a desire to make Vietnamese food available to the world. Hanh learned her craft as a child cutting noodles at her grandfather’s pho stall, and after setting up her first phenomenally successful restaurant, began expanding the business to new locations. Now the chain is known and respected for its excellent food and stellar experience.

Quan An Ngon - Vietnamese restaurant Hanoi

When you go, try their Banh Xeo, a rice pancake stuffed with slivers of fatty pork, shrimp, diced green onion, and bean sprouts – you won’t be disappointed!


Club Opera Novel

Housed in French colonial grandeur, Club Opera Novel sets a new standard for authentic Vietnamese cuisine. Service staff is attentive and knowledgeable. The beautiful architecture and silk décor figure definitively into the dining experience while each new dish surpasses the former in both taste and appearance.

The cuisine at Club Opera Novel is traditional with a touch of sophistication and the restaurant's extensive imported wine list adds a soupcon of class unparalleled in Hanoi. For something a little different order the banana blossom salad. Enjoy Hue specialties such as crispy, fried spring rolls and banh khoi at Club Opera Novel, on Trang Tien street in central Hanoi. Mains are priced from USD9.50 to USD16. Other delicately prepared Vietnamese fare is on offer.

Try a stir-fry, hotpot, grilled chicken in lemongrass, sea bass with mango, shrimp in coconut sauce or fried squid. Dine in comfort, style and candlelight at this remodelled French villa in Hanoi's Hoan Kiem District.



A sleek, contemporary architectural conversion, which artfully integrates the classic design features of one of Hanoi’s most beautiful buildings, ‘Satine’ in the Hotel de L'Opera Hanoi's provides a dramatic setting with its location at the heart of Hotel de l’Opera’s 8 storey central atrium for a truly unique dining experience. Palates will be tantalised with signature dishes from around the country: a range of Vietnamese specialties from North to South will be presented to guests including some of the country’s best kept culinary secrets passed down by generations for years.


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