Go for the view at sunset, get a nice drink and take some pics, you will not get a better view of Hanoi
We used this several times during our stay and were pleased. The setting is lovely, lots of light and air, and the menu just right for snacks or lunches (cheese sandwiches, burgers, light Viet soups and salads). The Pho soup was excellent!! Also a good place for drinks and the high tea looked spectacular. A good place to hang out... More
We had a very good high tea here and also pre-dinner drinks each evening we were staying at the Sofitel. The service was very good on each occasion, but it is the setting that really makes the experience special.
A must visit for a tea, dim sum or a cocktail. Imagine sitting across from Graham Greene while he composes the story line of "The Quiet American", or listening to Joan Baez singing peace songs, strumming guitar chords during the bombings. While walking through busy Hanoi, stop here for a rest and some imagination time.
This place has indoor, outdoor and a conservatory section. All very nice and pleasant for a winding down all your daily worries. Get a table in the conservatory section, it's particulary nice. They have an afternoon choc buffet too which is tempting!
The waitness did not really want to serve, may be they are so proud of the hotel that they are working. There was no surprise of the hightea set, just simply some cakes and scone of very small size. The vietnam coffee was not hot. Common food, waitress with no passion and slightly warm coffee, that made the hightea so... More
Very expensive lunch but very luxurious and beautiful quality food, relaxing, superb service and gorgeous hotel. Only disappointment was that wifi is not available for non-guests. Knowing how cheap internet is in Vietnam, and how widely available it is everywhere else we were surprised to be told that we couldn't have the password. We would have stayed longer and spent... More
We ate lunch here after looking around the spectacular Metropole Hotel. Food was very tasty and service was excellent. The atmosphere is like being in Indochina in the 1920's. Try the spring rolls - so good. (Lunch was not cheap - US$50 for two).
The five star restaurant in Hanoi was excellent. We got the perfect cuisine with good price and services. The staffs were nice and helpfull as well. Highly recommended
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