Italian cuisine fused with oriental flavours. That’s the concept behind the recently opened Italian fusion restaurant, Ciao 40.
Following the success of the original Thai Street in Thao Dien, the owners have opened Thai Street Calmette in District 1.
A pioneer of the restaurant scene in Tay Ho has closed its doors
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.
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.
The Caravelle Saigon is hosting a number of events in November, here they are:
Italian pizza restaurant Pizza LOGiC located in Saigon Centre in District 1 is running a campaign from Nov. 21 to Dec. 8 (Monday through Friday) offering customers a 5% discount if they post photos of their in-store Pizza LOGiC meals with a comment on foody.vn.
A wood fire pizza oven and craft beer? Wow, how original! No but seriously, there’s another new restaurant in Tay Ho, and we literally cannot contain our excitement.
With a tagline of “Eat & Change”, this new vegan restaurant isn’t doing much for the holier-than-thou reputation of your average vegan.