Sat on the corner of one of the slip roads leading from Duong Ven Ho to Thuy Khue, The Locals is one of the latest, lakeside cafes to open its doors. But unlike its peers, it sports a contemporary ambience more befitting the city centre, or even a cafe bar found overseas.
A new 9km ring road running from Mai Dich, close to the Pham Van Dong intersection with Xuan Thuy, to Linh Dam Peninsular opened at the end of last month after a construction period of just over two years.
Located in the Ba Dinh Square area of town close to the crossroads with Hoang Dieu, the latest rendition of Cong Ca Phe is just that little bit easier to get to.
Hotel de l’Opera Hanoi has relaunched its signature restaurant, Satine, to now feature authentic Vietnamese cuisine and Hanoi specialities, all in a unique setting.
To add to the setting of one of Hanoi’s most unique bars, Tadioto now has a growing contemporary food menu to tempt its clientele.
Put together by French-Turkish chef, James Dugan, the tapas-style dishes are served as light bites, perfect to share with friends over a glass of wine. Included on the menu are eggplant rolls with cerano and Roquefort sauce, beef carpaccio with wasabi sauce and shallots, chicken skewers with lemongrass and paprika and much more. Prices are reasonable, too, with each dish going for around VND100,000 to VND140,000.
Tadioto, 12 Truong Han Sieu, Hai Ba Trung