Our Guide For A Perfect Two-Week Trip To Vietnam

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Our Favourite Restaurants and Bars In Hanoi

Chusa restaurant – Located right next to gorgeous St Joseph Cathedral, Chusa cuisine is authentic Vietnamese and a pure delight. We went three times during our stay when we usually try new places every day. The morning glory is to die for and their strong coffee will give you energy for the day. Plan to spend £12 per person for a meal and coffee.

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Chestnut restaurant and sky bar – Located at the Delicacy Hotel and Spa, this is the ideal place for drinks or a romantic diner. The sky bar oversees the city and we had here delicious, high-end cocktails. The food was also great and high standing. We ate a three-course meal plus drinks and paid £40 per person when we would have spent twice this in London. We highly recommend this place, maybe take a taxi to get here though as there is a lot of traffic around.


Thang Long Signature restaurant – We ate a few times at our hotel restaurant, The Thang Long at the Oriental Jade Hotel & Spa. The food here is really good and we definitely recommend you try the restaurant. They serve here fresh authentic local food. They also have an impressive breakfast buffet. Average cost per person £15.


The Note Café – Stop at Hanoi’s cutest café for an iced coffee or a milkshake. The place is literally covered in post-it and you can take here awesome Instagram pictures!


Pizza 4P – Craving some European food during your trip? Pizza 4 P is a Vietnamese pizza chain and it’s always busy so make sure to book ahead! Pizza and Pasta are great and you should definitely stop by. Average cost per person £10.


Happy hour at Polite & Co – Don’t miss drinking fancy, good quality (and delicious) cocktails at this upscale speakeasy for an average of £3 during happy hour!


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