A brand new concept to Hanoi, father and daughter team Jim and Jo Connolly have just opened a selfserve frozen yoghurt bar.
Don’t panic, this isn’t a new institution for deranged expats; MAD stands for Modern Asian Dining.
What do you get if you combine two Spanish chefs from two separate Spanish restaurants? El Loco Tapasbar, of course.
Tayhoians, rejoice! Hanoi’s whitest district has a new Thai restaurant, and it’s superb.
After more than two years of painstaking restoration work on what seems like one of the smallest temples in the city, Thuy Trung Tien Temple is finally finished.
One more café may not seem like a cause for celebration, but owner Quan Dang brings 10 years of experience from the world’s most liveable city, Melbourne (for the last three years, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit).
After a gap of nearly three years, jazz singer Kristen Evelyn Rossi has returned to perform at the Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi.
Want to know where to get good steak in Hanoi? Fancy it with a glass or two of wine? Then read on.
They are warm, soft and steamy and can be found the length and breadth of Vietnam. Emily Arnsten takes a look at what’s inside these fluffy little treasures.