Friday, 12 January 2018 06:38

Illustrative Genius

Quality children’s picture books, published by top Vietnamese publishing houses, used to be renowned for their brilliant and vibrant illustrations, executed in watercolours by talented artists.

Published in Book Buff
Friday, 12 January 2018 06:28

Pizza Belga

Since opening four months ago, Pizza Belga has developed a solid reputation for its Neapolitan-style pizzas, all made using fresh ingredients and imported Italian cheese, and its thick, creamy ice-cream that has customers coming back for more.

Published in Top Eats
Thursday, 11 January 2018 05:36

The Liquid Rice Dinner

Who needs wine dinners when you can say it with rice wine?

Published in Briefings
Thursday, 11 January 2018 05:30

Orientalism

Telling people what to do or think can be a mistake

Published in Briefings
Thursday, 11 January 2018 05:03

Cleaning Hoan Kiem Lake

Hanoi’s iconic body of water gets a facelift

Published in Briefings
Thursday, 11 January 2018 04:58

The Grand Finale

A pioneer of the restaurant scene in Tay Ho has closed its doors

Published in Briefings
Sunday, 07 January 2018 06:22

Chopsticks Restaurant

Offering you everyday Vietnamese cuisine with a twist, Chopsticks serves up the classics like bun cha, pho and nem, only unlike your average street food joint, they make sure to cook each plate to a fine standard.

Published in Just In
Sunday, 07 January 2018 05:55

TinyToes Shoes

Finally, a shoe shop with ‘Western-size’ shoes. With pairs up to size 52 (EU), the ironically named TinyToes Shoes in Hoan Kiem sells brands like Boxfresh, Doctor Martens, Ted Baker and more in a range of sizes.

Published in Just In
Sunday, 07 January 2018 05:50

The Clover at Ngoc Thuy

Hanoi’s best kept secret. The Clover is an upscale gourmet restaurant offering innovative French cuisine in a grand colonial-style villa at the end of a small lane in Long Bien District.

Published in Just In
Sunday, 07 January 2018 05:46

Nha Hang Cua Em

Nha Hang Cua Em serves authentic Chinese food in a casual setting in Cau Giay. Both the owner and the head chef are Chinese, and have lived in Hanoi for several years, so you can expect proper Chinese cuisine that’s otherwise difficult to find in Hanoi.

Published in Just In
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