A brand new concept to Hanoi, father and daughter team Jim and Jo Connolly have just opened a selfserve frozen yoghurt bar.
What do you get if you combine two Spanish chefs from two separate Spanish restaurants? El Loco Tapasbar, of course.
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.
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.
One of the most exciting new eateries to open in Tay Ho, Pizza Belga, is all about wood-fired pizza, homemade desserts and craft beer.
The Tay Ho sandwich joint, well- known for an unrivalled freshness and attention to detail, has moved down the road into a new house.
Creative Artillery is a new collaborative community space, which is home to professionals, emerging artists, designers, musicians and instructors.
N Square Creative Learning Centre is an exciting new space, which has two goals. The first is to provide a great space and an ideal environment for adults to enrich their experience in Hanoi, in the most creative ways possible.
From a small village populated with adobe houses to one of the wealthiest areas in Hanoi, all in 25 years. Jesse Meadows tracks the rise of Tay Ho