An ongoing exhibition showcases gold lacquered objects from the past.
Hanoians living away from their home town tend to miss the romantic image of sellers riding around the city on their bicycles carrying huge bouquets of fresh, locally-grown flowers.
It’s not just beer that’s getting a makeover in the capital, food is too, with a number of artisan producers entering the scene.
Located in the former residence of the Italian ambassador, in the heart of Hanoi’s French quarter, Casa Italia is as authentic Italian food as you’ll find in the capital.
A diner in the Old Quarter is on a mission to bring American-style comfort food to the masses. But does it do its job?
If you like your noodle dishes to come with a smell, then look no further than bun dau mam tom. Get your nose around it, and it tastes amazing.
Bringing home a new puppy is a thrilling time for everyone. Puppies are ecstatic little sponges, eager to soak up all the rules of the house — and now’s your opportunity to set them on the right path.
Born out of a desire to have a place to chase away those Sunday blues, owners Phuong Qui Ngoc and Luis Coelho have created a new restaurant–lounge in Tay Ho.
Edward Dalton declares war on matcha, and anything else green for that matter.
Don’s Bistro in Tay Ho has just been recognised for its dining experience by taking out the award for best luxury scenic setting ahead of thousands of nominees from more than a hundred countries in the World Luxury Restaurant Awards held at the JW Marriott, Hanoi in July.