Hanoi Restaurants

From curbside feasts on Lilliputian plastic chairs to superb fine dining, Hanoi’s restaurant scene has something for everyone. Locals are fiercely proud of their street food culture and this is where the essence of Hanoi’s food scene can be discovered. Signature northern dishes include bun cha (vermicelli with minced pork burgers), banh cuon (steamed rice rolls stuffed with minced pork, mushrooms, and shallots), and the ubiquitous pho, Vietnam’s nominal national dish, which comes in chicken and beef varieties. These classics represent just a tantalizing taste of what is on offer in the city. And with a seemingly endless array of vendors slaving over hot grills, simmering alchemy in large pots, or doling out pillow-soft steamed buns from a ramshackle cart, opportunities to eat like a local are limitless. In the past, Hanoi’s restaurant sector has suffered in comparison to its Kingly Street dining scene. That has changed significantly over the past decade or so. There is now an eclectic selection of interesting (and often excellent) eating spots that run the gamut from simple French bistros and laid-back cafés to opulent venues for multicourse blowouts and cutting-edge options that would not be out of place in the world’s major gastronomic hubs.

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  • 1. Banh Cuon Gia Truyen

    $ | Hoan Kiem District | Vietnamese

    Less a restaurant, more a hole-in-the-wall with a few tables and chairs strewn around, this venue compensates for its lack of sophistication...Read More

  • 2. Bun Bo Nam Bo

    $ | Hoan Kiem District | Vietnamese

    This venue is spotlessly clean, and despite its popularity with tourists is still very much the real deal. Like all the best restaurants purveying...Read More

  • 3. Chim Sao

    $$ | Hai Ba Trung District | Vietnamese

    For an authentic Vietnamese dining experience in a classy, artsy setting this is a fine bet. On a quiet street, Chim Sao is a favorite with...Read More

  • 4. Dac Kim Bun Cha

    $ | Vietnamese

    Dining at this Old Quarter institution is an experience. The tiny first floor is used for food preparation, but staff members will lead you...Read More

  • 5. Pho Gia Truyen (Pho Bat Dan)

    $ | Hoan Kiem District | Vietnamese

    When it comes to street food, Hanoians don't go in for much ostentation and the eating area here is decidedly prosaic; just a few communal tables...Read More

  • 6. Quan An Ngon

    $$ | Hoan Kiem District | Vietnamese

    Known among Hanoi locals and expats for its lively atmosphere, this noted eatery has specialties from northern, central, and southern Vietnam...Read More

  • 7. Bun Cha 34

    $ | Ba Dinh District | Vietnamese

    Drawing crowds with a massive exotic and enticing wall mural, Bun Cha 34 does not fail to deliver high-quality bun cha for a mere 35,000d per...Read More

  • 8. Che Thap Cam Cu

    $ | Vietnamese

    This hole-in-the-wall serves only one thing: che, a sweet green bean concoction that is part drink, part pudding. Especially popular with...Read More

  • 9. Dieu's Cuisine

    $$ | Tay Ho District | Vietnamese

    Good wine, fresh Vietnamese cuisine, a romantic lakeside setting, and friendly service have helped Dieu's Cuisine build a loyal clientele since...Read More

  • 10. Green Farm Restaurant

    $$ | Hoan Kiem District | Vietnamese

    This restaurant specializes in gluten-free options and cooking classes. They operate two farms near Hanoi and grow most of their own food. They...Read More

  • 11. Hanoi Food Culture

    $$ | Tay Ho District | Vietnamese

    Minimalist furnishings and hip lighting fixtures make this a popular hangout for tourists. The second-floor courtyard is full of natural light...Read More

  • 12. Ly Van Phuc (Chicken Street)

    $$ | Ba Dinh District | Vietnamese

    Colloquially known as "Chicken Street," this is the place to come for delicious barbecued poultry. The street is lined with vendors working...Read More

  • 13. Nam Phuong

    $$ | Hoan Kiem District | Vietnamese

    Aimed more at tourists than at local clientele, this restaurant within a renovated French villa provides a good introduction to Vietnamese cuisine...Read More

  • 14. New Day

    $$ | Hoan Kiem District | Vietnamese

    Popular with tourists and native Hanoians alike, this is one of the few restaurants in the Old Quarter that manages to unite the two demographics...Read More

  • 15. La

    $$ | Hoan Kiem District | Vietnamese

    This cozy venue near St Joseph's Cathedral in the Old Quarter does simple bistro food well. International and Vietnamese menus are available...Read More

  • 16. Pots 'n Pans

    $$$ | Hai Ba Trung District | Vietnamese

    This well-frequented spot presents traditional Vietnamese flavors in new ways to produce an experience that is both local to the region yet...Read More

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