Where to eat in hanoi — 31 local


The capital of Vietnam, Hanoi, is known for its French inspired architecture & cuisine, and many fun things lớn do. While the French played a major role in shaping Hanoi’s food & culture, the city takes plenty of inspiration from đài loan trung quốc and fellow Southeast Asian countries.

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It’s common to lớn see French styled buildings with baguettes and pate galore. There are countless restaurants & food lớn try, but today we’ll be going over 10 of the best restaurants lớn try in Hanoi.

We’ll help you decide where to eat & discover your next foodie obsession as you explore your way through Hanoi’s greatest restaurants.

Check out our các mục of the 10 Restaurants You Must Try in Hanoi.

1. The Hung Snake Restaurant


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The Green Tangerine is a fairly new restaurant with a lot of history. The building it lies in was built in the 1920s và served as a French villa. The architecture is reminiscent of the time and showcases the French-Vietnamese history.

A beautiful garden surrounds the restaurant making it the perfect spot for an afternoon lunch & a break from Hanoi’s bustling city.

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A food you must-try is their duck breast carpaccio! This artfully plated dish is served with red fruit dressing, ginger candied gizzard, coffee marinated roasted pigeon, mashed eggplants inside spinach leaves and broccoli, sesame biscuits & mushrooms, and caramelized pork with stewed apples. It may be a mouthful, but it’s the restaurants most famous dish and worth the try!

Price: $$

Operating Hours: 11AM – 11PM Daily

Address: 48 sản phẩm Bè, mặt hàng Bạc, hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội, Vietnam

3. Bia Hoi U Phao


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You can’t go to lớn Hanoi without trying some amazing pho và Pho Vui is one of the best restaurants to try it at. Designed lượt thích a butcher shop, Pho Vui showcases the raw meat used in its bowls front và center. Their meat is fresh and sliced khổng lồ order. After taking a seat you’ll see chefs cutting away at the hanging meats to lớn toss into the next bowl of pho!

Price: $

Operating Hours: 7AM – 10AM; 6PM – 12AM Daily

Address: 25 sản phẩm Giầy, mặt hàng Buồm, hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội, Vietnam

Pho is a major staple in Vietnamese cuisinse. Why not learn how to lớn make it and take a piece of Vietnam trang chủ with you! vietnamaviation.vn has multiple courses which will teach you how to make pho along with a variety of other Vietnamese dishes. Kiểm tra out the one below which will show you how lớn make pho & 4 other traditional Vietnamese foods!


5. Bún Chả hương Liên


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The celebrity famous restaurant, Bun phụ thân Huong Lien. This restaurant is most acclaimed for being one the restaurants President Obama & Anthony Bourdain dined at on a trip lớn Vietnam. The restaurant is now ridiculously famous, but even before their visit, Bun cha Huong Lien was already a must see on tourists lists of restaurants khổng lồ try.

As the name suggests, this restaurants specializes in Bun Cha. Otherwise known as pork balls, Bun phụ thân is deliciously juicy with just the right amount of fat to lớn make your mouth want more. Noodles và fresh herbs round out this dish & a special sauce adds a burst a flavor you won’t forget.

Price: $

Operating Hours: 8AM – 8:30PM Daily

Address: 24 Lê Văn Hưu, Phan Chu Trinh, nhị Bà Trưng, Hà Nội, Vietnam

6. Hùng Lẩu

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Eat lượt thích a local with locals at Hung Lau. Hung lau also specializes in Bun Cha, but has remained a local treasure. This restaurant is hard to find online, but don’t fret! You’ll see this place is popular upon arrival. Constantly packed with locals, this is the most authentic Bun thân phụ you may ever have in Hanoi. None of the staff speaks English, so it may be a bit intimidating, but don’t let that stop you from trying this restaurant out!

Price: $

Operating Hours: 8:30AM – 3:30PM Daily

Address: 6 Ngõ Trạm, cửa ngõ Đông, hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội, Vietnam

Interested in making your own Bun Cha? vietnamaviation.vn has multiple courses that’ll teach you how khổng lồ make this delicious Vietnamese dish và more! 


7. Cha Ca La Vong

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No English can be heard upon entering this Hanoi restaurant. It’s located on a narrow street in old quarter and filled with sea green coloring lining the walls. A ladder, which could be mistaken as a staircase, leads patrons up into the main room. There’s also no need to think about what to order, because this restaurant serves one thing; thân phụ Ca La Vong! Just as the name suggests.

After sitting down you’ll receive a frying pan full of fresh fish and your own personal charcoal cooker. Along with the fish you’ll be handed a bowl of rice noodles và fresh herbs. As the fish begins to lớn heat up, it’s time to địa chỉ those herbs. Put as much or as little you’d like and you’ll soon smell the delicious scent of turmeric và dill surround the table.

After adding the right amount of herbs, take a bowl full of noodles và begin scooping the fish, herbs and flavored oil right atop the noodles. Feel không lấy phí to add fish oil & chilies to lớn give the phụ vương Ca La Vong an added layer of flavor.

Price: $-$$

Operating Hours: 11AM – 2PM; 5PM – 10PM Daily

Address: 14 Chả Cá, mặt hàng Bồ, hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội, Vietnam


Cau Go is the perfect date night spot. This restaurant over looks Hoan Kiem lake and gives diners an amazing view of Hanoi. Go there at night lớn be stunned by this beautiful đô thị as it lights up at night. It located in the old quarter in the 6th floor of a local building. Cau Go features a simple French colonial vibe that’ll take you back in time.

As for the food Cau Go features a variety of contemporary dishes from across Vietnam, such as, Hanoi, central Vietnam, và Saigon. There’s also the option to be seated outside right by the lake!

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