With 110 single malt scotch whiskies to choose from, Bat Dan Street’s new resident is probably the city’s most affable venue to get a glass of the water of life.
The new nest for beer in Tay Ho, Turtle Lake Brewing Company is located on Quang An, in a shaded space between West Lake and an accompanying smaller lake.
El Loco Tapas Bar has moved location. Their new space on West Lake can house 50 people and is an intimate upgrade from their previous one.
There’s a new wine bar in town. Tannin was opened with the philosophy that every city needs a space where people can go after work and relax with a glass of wine.
On the edge of Hanoi’s Old Quarter, under a pink neon sign, is the entrance to Solist Pub. This unpretentious little bar with its dimmed lighting and dark décor is a haven for live music heads looking to see some talent.
In a pristine setting on the banks of the Red River, The Clover at Ngoc Thuy is an innovative French fine-dining gourmet restaurant with a wine list to rival some of the best restaurants in Paris.
Street food has the ability to take a type of cuisine and adapt it to the tastes and needs of the street. Sushi, for example.
The bullet train is coming to Vietnam. We’re dreaming, right?
After a dormant couple of years, live music, both original and cover-based, is on its way up again in the capital.