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Where to Eat and Drink

Eat like a local

Banh Mi

Vietnam, on the other hand, has changed French baguette. Banh Mi can be made into a variety of shapes and sizes, and they can be served at any meal. For additional information on our city's specialties, please contact Interncon's concierge desk.

Bami Bread - A chain of “Hoi An style”

Add: 98 Hang Bac

Nguyen Sinh - Signature pate which is their heirloom

Add: 17 Ly Quoc Su

Banh Mi 25 - Signature dishes with meatballs, beef and Vietnamese pickled

Add: 25 Hang Ca Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi


Home taste

Home taste restaurants will not only bring you the gathering atmosphere but also try a different taste and flavor from countryside Vietnam dishes for dinner to modern and cultural richness.

Gach Bong

Add: 123 Mai Hac De

Nam Phuong

Add: 19 Phan Chu Trinh



For a long time, Pho is known as a traditional and “cultural “cuisine of Vietnam. Moreover, Pho is not only just a popular dish that brings Vietnamese cuisine to the next level of the world but is also fascinating the interests from young chefs to Gordon Ramsey and famous food critics who do not hesitate of the long flight heading to Vietnam to try this “cultural food”. Furthermore, Pho can be served and created in many different ways.

Pho Thin

Hailed as the most famous locale serving the best pho in Hanoi. Pho Thin has a unique take on this traditional dish.

Add: 13 Lo Duc

Pho Ga Nguyet

Traditional but diversified with a variety of choices and reasonable prices.

Add: 5B Phu Doan

Pho Ngu Xa

Add: 25 Ngu Xa Street, Tay Ho

Recommended: Stirred fried Pho and Pho Spring rolled

Hours: 10:00 – 21:00

Pho Xao Hang Thiec

Different type of Pho called “Pho Xao “(Stirred Pho with leaf mustard vegetable and spices)

Add: 20 Hang Thiec Street, Hoan Kiem, and Hanoi 

Only served after 17.00 till 22:00



Asia is known for its cities and countries that never sleep. Furthermore, Hanoi is not only famous for its rich culture wellness and infrastructures between French people and Vietnamese architecture and for its multiculturalism and nightlife. Imagine a Saturday night on Ta Hien Street, walking and having friends going to clubs, neon lights, and a variety of different genres ranging from techno to trend. Are you ready to discover Hanoi's nightlife?

Ta Hien Beer Street

Tong Duy Tan “Food heaven”



Au Lac Club

Address: 3A Nguyen Khac Can Street, Hoan Kiem District
Tel: +84 24 3936 9009
Opening Hours: 8:00am until 11:00pm

Situated in an old colonial house with high ceilings, this café serves a variety of Vietnamese and Italian fare along with sandwiches, pastries and snacks.


Saint Honoré

Address: Xuan Dieu Street, Tay Ho District
Tel: +84 24 3933 2355
Opening Hours: 6:30am until 10:30pm

A French bakery, deli and restaurant offering arguably the most delicious cakes in Hanoi. Stop in for a delightful breakfast, bistro-style lunch or dinner, or enjoy an indulgent afternoon tea.

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Saigon restaurant introduces an innovate dining concept to Hanoi – the freshest Vietnamese cuisine. The restaurant features contemporary Asian design, dramatic glass-fronted kitchens and inspiring views of the City’s ever – changing...

Oh! Christmas Tea

Afternoon tea has always got the most delightfully decadent spirit. Special at any time of the year, afternoon tea at Diplomat Lounge takes on an extra layer of music during the festive season with a Christmas-themed high tea set. Take a trip to Lond...


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