Offering you everyday Vietnamese cuisine with a twist, Chopsticks serves up the classics like bun cha, pho and nem, only unlike your average street food joint, they make sure to cook each plate to a fine standard.
Finally, a shoe shop with ‘Western-size’ shoes. With pairs up to size 52 (EU), the ironically named TinyToes Shoes in Hoan Kiem sells brands like Boxfresh, Doctor Martens, Ted Baker and more in a range of sizes.
Hanoi’s best kept secret. The Clover is an upscale gourmet restaurant offering innovative French cuisine in a grand colonial-style villa at the end of a small lane in Long Bien District.
Nha Hang Cua Em serves authentic Chinese food in a casual setting in Cau Giay. Both the owner and the head chef are Chinese, and have lived in Hanoi for several years, so you can expect proper Chinese cuisine that’s otherwise difficult to find in Hanoi.
This venue offers three rooms full of massive vintage speakers, piles of CDs, and wires to connect phones or laptops.
Running between two of Hanoi’s most iconic lakes, Thanh Nien is one of the most attractive streets in the city.
Survivor meets the Terminator in a game that’s rocking Hanoi.
To improve the quality of their service and offer the opportunity of learning and creating to a wider audience, Work Room Four has recently expanded and launched a new, 350sqm purpose-built creative learning and exhibition space in the centre of Hanoi.
The new fall / winter collection at WEPHOBIA is inspired by the brand’s signature “menswear like clothes for women” style, made for women who like to suit up and project an ambitious, independent and detail-orientated image.