After closing down in October, lakeside chill out spot Corto has reopened under new management. The second incarnation of the café / bar has kept the interior the same, while adding more sofa chairs outside, along the front of the lake.
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 newest bars to open in Tay Ho, Rafiki’s is every bit as unique and interesting as its eccentric mandrill namesake.
It’s summer in Vietnam, and with it comes the familiar expat exodus that accompanies the season. Your bags are packed, itinerary set, but if your plan is to take your pet with you, the first step should begin well before you’ve squashed that last pair of undies into your suitcase.
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.
A unique new South American themed bar in Tay Ho, Chavez, is a casual venue, with acoustic music, arcade games, weekend DJs and a beer garden.
Local West Lake favourite spot, Red River Tea Room, has moved around the corner. Now located down a wee alley just past the Kim Lien pagoda, it has relocated on the occasion of its five-year anniversary.