A Hong Kong-styled restaurant on the lake that is constantly packed. So what does our anonymous food reviewer make of it all?
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.
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.
Cela was founded with three basic principles at its core; clean eating, healthy food and fast service.
One of Hanoi’s best-loved vegan restaurants has moved from Quan Thanh to a new address on Au Co.
KOTO Saigon Training Restaurant recently moved to a new charming location in District 1.
Tucked away in a French colonial villa on a Hoan Kiem backstreet, Tierra Wine Bar has the feel of a high-class speakeasy.
The streetfood concept from three different regions of the country served up in a restaurant setting has proved popular for years. So, how well is it executed? Our mystery diner visits one of its main proponents — Ngon Villa.
Located on Dien Bien Phu close to the junction with Hang Bong is Satori – Slack and Savor, a restaurant and café that might just be that perfect city centre brunch spot we’ve all been looking for.