Hanoi-based writer Edward Dalton lets us in on his sweet little secret, his love for hoa qua dam.
This popular seafood restaurant in the Hoan Kiem District of Hanoi is loved by the locals, but what does our mystery diner think?
Sometimes you just want to be sneaky. So we go looking for some independent bakeries in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City to find out where you can do it.
A variation on Vietnam’s national dish, these days the once malignedc chicken pho is as much loved as the original.
Our mystery diner starts out sceptical of this rebranded French restaurant, only to leave wondering if French cuisine in Hanoi can get any better.
SunKat’s is one of Hanoi’s foremost restaurants for getting a good burger — the menu is straight to the point, and full of originality, and the venue has a spot-on elevated view of West Lake. In short, if you like putting things in buns, then this is for you.
Tucked away in a little alley near Truc Bach Lake lies Bluebirds’ Nest, an 18-month-old cafe perfect for groups of creative collaborators, freelancers or students.