second floor of Madame Hien

Hanoi’s Best Local Restaurants to Visit in 2022

Though started the national vaccinating campaign quite late comparing to many other countries in Southeast Asia, Vietnam has got more than 80% of its citizens fully vaccinated against the Covid-19 by the end of 2021. It’s now the time of getting back throughout the country, regular international flights are set to open from January 1st, 2022.

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slice of pizza 4ps

Visit the Pizza 4P’s Trang Tien

Since their first pizza restaurant opened in 2011, the Japanese founders – Yosuke Masuko and his wife Sanae, have successfully scaled up their business with new locations opened across Vietnam. In the capital Hanoi, their Pizza 4P’s customer satisfaction scores are among the highest of the F&B industry.

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El Gaucho Argentinian Steak

El Gaucho Argentinian Steakhouse Trang Tien

The ‘El Gaucho Argentinian Steakhouse’ is a renowned steak restaurant, beginning its business in Vietnam with the first location in Saigon since 2011. Quickly, seven other places across the country were opened. To the locals, the name is known for its superior steak, modern ambiance, and world-class service.

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steak at grill 63

Grill 63 Restaurant

Situated on the 63rd floor of one of the most renowned landmarks of the capital Hanoi, Lotte Center Hanoi, Grill 63 Restaurant is among the city’s most famous grill restaurants, offering from both Vietnamese and international grill food with panoramic views from an unparallel skyline.

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mam com viet

Mam Com Viet Restaurant

Situated on the 8th floor of a boutique hotel, JW Marvel Hotel & Spa, the ‘Mam Com Viet’ is a renowned hotel’s Vietnamese restaurant, offering authentic family style meal and unique rooftop views over its surrounding neighborhoods of Hanoi’s Old Quarter and the French Quarter.

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tai chin pho

Hanoi’s Renowned Beef Noodle Soup: Pho 10 Ly Quoc Su

If you’ve ever tried a Vietnamese food, there is a high chance that it was a bowl of Pho – Vietnam’s unofficial national dish. For those who visited the capital Hanoi, there is also a high odd they tried and loved the noodle dish that the city’s really proud of, especially the beef noodle soup. 

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Jw cafe at Marriott Hotel

JW Café – Hanoi’s Top Buffet Restaurant

Have you ever thought of an all-you-can-eat restaurant in Hanoi? Of cause if you’re going to stuff yourself boldly on your travel, you want the food to be really delicious. But you also don’t want to feel embarrassed, as traveler, for asking for seconds. Yes, we are talking about buffet lunches or dinners, not just regular buffet breakfast.

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marry valley lamb rack

Maison Vie Restaurant

Located in the southeastern corner of the French Quarter, the ‘Maison Vie’ is a renowned French gastronomy dedicated restaurant, and a recommended place for Hanoi’s French cuisine lovers. With a mammoth approbation for French food, Maison Vie Restaurant happened to be one of our preferences.

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5 spices restaurant

5 Spices Restaurant

Historical contacts with China, Champa, and Cambodia have impacted, at different degrees, on traditional Vietnamese cooking. Thus, Vietnamese food has an interesting combination offlavors, reflecting more or less of the five fundamental tastes known as five spices, or ‘ngũ vị’: sour, spicy, salty, sweet, and bitter.

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beef salad

Duong’s Restaurant

Nested in a narrow street in the northwest of the famous Hoan Kiem Lake, Duong’s Restaurant is within 5-minute walk from the historic St. Joseph’s Cathedral of Hanoi. This Vietnamese restaurant was opened and managed by Hoang Duong, one of Vietnam’s Top Chefs in 2014.

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