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Inspired by the legacy of this great dynasty, Ly Club invites our esteemed guests to enjoy a sensory feast by indulging in the tastes and textures of our innovative cuisine while opening their hearts and minds to the visual and acoustic pleasures of a variety of traditional Vietnamese performance art.
Beautiful setting and atmosphere. Had the tasting menu and all the dishes were excellent. Can't believe it is not rated more favorably. Beautiful fimple vietnamese cuisine. Great value for what we got. Lovely night out.
Came for dinner, excellent service at all times.
Inspiring menu choice and all the food we had was excellent.
Good wines at reasonable prices.
Lovely live music from local string instrument (I don't know the name, apologies).
I will definitely return.
We asked our tour guide for a great place to eat in Hanoi. He recommended the Ly Club, and so we gave it a go.
It's a beautiful building, with lovely decor. The service is also very good.
There was so much to try that...looked good, that we ordered too much. We ate the papaya and squid, spring rolls pork belly and beef in bamboo. It was all delicious.
A bonus was a young lady playing the piano. She was very good.
We ate and drank a lot, and it was all reasonably priced. We would definitely go again.More
Our group of 4 decided to try this restaurant after reading some positive reviews, and because it was literally across the road from our hotel. The building and restaurant interior are charming. The menu was excellent and the cooking and presentation well executed, all at...a very reasonable price. We were all very happy with our choice and would definitely return.More
We enjoyed an excellent dinner in the lovely setting of the restaurant's old colonial building. The food was excellent as was the service. The evening was capped off with music from a local vietnamese instrument called 'Dan Day'.
We made a mistake of coming here for Sunday lunch. . . It’s so dark as all the shutters were closed, it felt rather bizarre at lunch time.
The food here is average, we had good starters, but the main courses were rather disappointing.
Service...here is good.More
The restaurant is located in a very nice colonial-style house. The saloon is very well traditionally decorated and comfortable; we also had very intimate local musing during the dinner. We ordered two set menus and a salmon for our little child. All good but not...extraordinary. The set menu included too many dishes and was difficult to finish. Prices a bit expensive because of the se menu; the rest of the dishes in the menu are fair.More