le Beaulieu restaurant

Le Beaulieu Restaurant

The ‘Le Beaulieu’ is a renowned French cuisine restaurant of the Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi Hotel, which is referred to as the first-ever French restaurant in the city. The venue has been business people, politicians, diplomats, and affluent travelers’ favorite dinning place since 1901.

Sofitel Metropole Hanoi

Spices Garden Restaurant

Nested in the world-class Sofitel Metropole Hanoi, Spices Garden Restaurant is known as one of the nicest hotel restaurants in the city. With the focus on Vietnamese cuisine, the restaurant has been delighting its international travelers with the finest of local offerings.

Madame Hien Restaurant

Madame Hien Restaurant

Located on a relatively quiet street in the northwest of the famous Hoan Kiem Lake, the “Madame Hien” is a well-known traditional Vietnamese restaurant, serving dishes that you’ll be offered as a guest at a Hanoian home.

anchovy from Phu Quoc Island

Vietnamese Fish Sauce & Dipping Sauce

As an agriculture country with such a long coastal line, traditional Vietnamese cooking features fresh ingredients while using fish sauce to enhance exposing flavors. If you’re a Vietnamese food lover, we’re pretty sure you’re familiar with fish sauce.

cha ca thang long

Cha Ca La Vong

Hanoi, a foodie’s paradise in Asia, is not only famous for its meaty dishes such as the pho noodle soup, tasty bun cha, and flavorful banh mi, but this thousand-years old city is also well-known for fishy dishes, such as Cha Ca La Vong – a must-try for street eats and fresh water fish lovers.

Rice wine cooker

Learn Everything about Vietnamese Rice Wine

Did you know that beside bia hoi, the number one alcoholic drink in Vietnam is the home-brewed rice wine? To prepare you with opportunities to be invited to taste rice wine upon visiting a local home, this post will help you learn everything about Vietnamese rice wine.

what is bia hoi

Everything About Bia Hoi – Vietnam’s Most Popular Beer

Being a foodie tour provider, Flavors of Hanoi has been taking generations of travelers on ourdaily Hanoi food tours. For those who love street eats Hanoi, having bia hoi on the sidewalk is one of the experiences they love the most. Within this blog post, you’ll learn everything about this beloved beer.

pho cocktail

What to Drink in Hanoi?

This is one of the frequently asked questions we’ve received from our blog’s audiences, clients on our food tours, and those who are heading to Hanoi for a visit. Want to know what to drink in Hanoi too? This article post brings you a list of 7 drinks that Hanoi’s famous for, read on!

Goi Cuon

Cau Go Restaurant – Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine

Cau Go Restaurant is a Vietnamese cuisine restaurant in Hanoi’s Old Quarter, perched on the fifth and sixth floors of a six-storey building at the corner of Cau Go Street. Since its opening in 2014, Cau Go has gained its reputation as one of the most visited restaurants in the city.