Place looks good and cosy but food is poor and limited dishes available on menu. Toilets also need a refresh. Meals expensive and not worth it. Won't go back.
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Restaurant was easy to find as it is just at a bend. Shop name is interesting. The meal is expensive and the quality of the food was just average. Lighting of the restaurant was poor and makes it rather dark when dining in an enclosed...More
This café had very comfy chairs with cushions on top. It was very loud here - probably because of it being on a shopping road - however, it was in the right place. They had good pictures on the walls of all kinds of things....More
We had a quick stop for juice and drinks while trying to escape from the traffic madness. The cafe itself was not very busy but the traffic was still clearly audible outside! Drinks came fairly swiftly, loos were OK.
A small restaurant in busy "Old Hanoi". We started with fried spring rolls, followed by a tasty chicken soup. We shared dishes of book Chou, fried egg plant, park and chicken. Everything was well prepared and yummy.
I will try to visit this place whenever in Hanoi. It is a cozy place to relax in the afternoon. I enjoyed the beef pho, spring rolls and cold beer very much. I will try to get a window seat to watch the lively street...More
This is a diamond in old town. Best fresh spring rolls ever and don't miss out the fried spring rolls traditional style. Friendly staff and speaks good English. Had lunch twice for a weekend visit. Highly recommended.
Hang Gai Street is the place to eat in Hanoi there are places spilling out onto the street and the atmosphere is fantastic. We ate there every night while in Hanoi but a fav was Little Hanoi.
The very first night we arrived in Hanoi we wanted to feel and taste the town. In the Old Quarter we found this smart restaurant, very clean and the Vietnamese food was excellent, as we expected. I will not forget the lady that graciously drove...More