We found this a good way to have our first experience with Vietnames food. Good and cheap. Service was good. Lots of atmosphere.
Pleasant cool dining environment which offers a large range of Vietnamese cuisine. Service was prompt and efficient. We enjoyed the dishes that we ordered very much - tasty and well-presented. Although the prices are not exactly cheap by Hanoi standards, we saw many locals eating there as well.
This is a great restaurant, delicious traditional Vietnamese food and very inexpensive. There is a lot of food on the menu to choose from-highly recommend the crispy pancake which you roll yourself with herbs into a rice paper roll. A great first dining experience when we arrived in Vietnam, and the very helpful waitress also went out of her way... More
Of the 2 weeks we spent in Vietnam, this was the most disappointing meal for me. Portion size was tiny (by Vietnam standards), prices were high, the food had no flavour, and the service was ordinary. Not one dish met the minimum standard of any of our other meals. Very disappointed considering we had the place recommended a 2 separate... More
Quite close to the Melia (10 - 15 minues walk), a bustling restaurant that you have to book for. Service a little slow and disjointed between us and our fellow diners, but worth the wait when it came.
We walked to this restaurant from our hotel in the old quarter - about 15 minutes. Reservations are not accepted but this was not a problem as we were shown to a table immediately. We shared this with a Vietnamese family but there was a gap between them and us so it didn't feel intrusive. We took the advice from... More
This is a very lively place filled with tourists and some locals. There have a wide variety of street food and you can even find seafood here. I tried the steamed broken rice with grilled pork chop which I did like. Broken rice is actually smaller sized rice and the grilled pork was tasty too. My fried had the spring... More
If you want to save time trying Vietnamese food in Hanoi just come to Quan An Ngon. It serves rich variety of local food. Good thing, at night the restaurant looks like a Christmas tree from outside. It is full of lights, so easy to notice on Phan Boi Chau street. It serves the iconic Bai Ha Noi (Beer Hanoi),... More
This restaurant Quan An Ngon had been recommended to us by another traveler and by our hotel. It appeared to be an enormous place with long tables like they have at the "Oktoberfest" in Munich. The menu is vast and it requires a good 15 minutes to absorb the offerings on the menu. The food is being prepared in open... More
The shop provides quality food with reasonable price and I like it. It is quite easy to find and sit comfortable. Experience the Vietnamese culture and enjoy the moment here. Simple shop, simple life.
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