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Hanoi famous restaurants

Hanoi offers some excellent restaurants that why Vietnamese food is so adored around the world. With the cultural connections of France and China, as well as a rich indigenous tradition, restaurants in Hanoi bring together many Influences from around the world and make every meal an adventure.
From refined French fine dining options to down-to-earth local joints specialising in one type of dish, dining in Hanoi is something to savour and with our tried and tested list of popular Restaurants in Hanoi, you are sure to find something to suit. 
Cha Ca La Vong
Cha ca la vong restaurant in Hanoi
Cha Ca La Vong in Hanoi’s old quarter is rumoured to be one of Vietnam’s oldest restaurants, first opening its doors over 100 years ago. Little has changed since then, particularly the menu which only offers grilled or fried fish. Grumpy wait staff members serve up these legendary specialities in this busy and sometimes overcrowded restaurant where Cha Ca is grilled right on your table with turmeric and dill, served with peanuts and Vietnamese noodles. The restaurant is often crowded so prepare yourself to stand in a queue.
• Opening Hours: 10:00-20:00
• Location: 14 Chả Cá, Hoan Kiem
• Tel: +844 825 3929
• Cuisine: Fried fish
Club Opera
Club opera restaurant in HanoiAcross from the Sofitel Metropole, this classic bistro serves delectable Vietnamese food. The building is a retro-French mansion with lots of cosy romantic nooks and candlelit corners. Club Opera lists dragon cake pancakes, roast beef with honey, hot-pot specials and shrimp mousse on their extensive menu.
Opening Hours: 11:00-14:00 and 18:00-22:30
Location: 59 Ly Thai To Street
Tel: +844 382 4695
Cuisine: Vietnamese 
La Terrasse du Metropole
La Terrasse du Metropole restaurant in Hanoi
La Terrasse du Metropole has been something of a legend in Hanoi since it first opened its doors in 1911. It is a chic Parisian-style café serving light snacks and perfectly brewed coffees to patrons who want to sit back and watch the world go by. A saxophonist entertains most evenings.
Opening Hours: 11:00-14:00 and 16:00-22:00
Location: Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi, 15 Ngo Quyen Street, Hoan Kiem District
Tel: +844 3826 6919
Cuisine: French 
Wild Lotus
Wild Lotus restaurant in Hanoi Located just south of Hoan Kiem District, Wild Lotus exudes elegance. Lotus ponds, a reflecting pool, sky-high ceilings, murals and a grotto dedicated to Buddha set a plush ambience that is complete with gourmet Vietnamese cooking. The restaurant is very detail-orientated and features lotus flowers on the tables and expensive Vietnamese art on the walls and the dishes here are equally attentive to detail. Made for couples or friends to share, the menu options feature delicate spices and sauces and include grilled fish and vegetable salads.
Opening Hours: 11:00-23:00
Location: 55a Nguyen Du Street. Hai Ba Trung District
Tel: +844 3943 9342
Cuisine: Modern Vietnamese 
Hanoi Social Club
Social club restaurant in Hanoi
If you are looking for a cool, bohemian hangout with amazing western brunch dishes, Hanoi Social Club is the place to visit in Hanoi. The coffee and smoothies are excellent as well, and the second-floor chillout room feels more like a friend’s apartment than a cafe. The soundtrack is varied and modern, there’s a library of books and free Wi-Fi. Come around lunchtime and try the poached egg and avocado – it’s certainly as good as anything you might get in a cool cafe on the shores of Sydney Harbour. Quite hard to find down a side street a few minutes west of St. Joseph Cathedral.
Opening Hours: 08:00 – 23:00
Location: 6 Hoi Vu (just off Quan Su Street)
Tel: +84 4 3938 2117 
Xuan Xuan Restaurant
Xuan Xuan Restaurant might not win any award for style, but if you want to eat like a local this Vietnamese BBQ is just about the best in town. Dinner was served in 5 mins. Portion was plentiful and meat was fresh. Sit down on the ankle-high stools and order a selection of meats (from pork, beef and goat udders) and vegetables. Everything is brought on a large platter and you barbeque your own dinner over a small gas burning stove. It’s a fun experience, eating elbow to elbow with a diverse range of customers and the taste is truly delicious. Located in the heart of the Old Quarter, look for the crowds of happy diners spilling out onto the pavement.
Location: 47 Ma May Street, Old Quarter
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