Living in other countries means you have all the chance to explore a totally new style of cuisine. But sometimes, you crave Western food, a familiar one that you have been eaten for your life. Two buns are sandwiched with a juicy slice of meat and some pickles, it’s BURGER for sure. So, Where to eat burger in Hanoi? Today, Eatout will introduce 5 perfect places that serve the best burger in Hanoi.
1. Don’s A Chef’s Bistro
The restaurant is located in Xuan Dieu Street – a lake-side small road. Don’s space is really elegant and open with many great position. It has professional serving and smiley waiters. But parking place is not really convenient. On weekend nights, Don has live music performance with local band.
Menu serves Western food mostly. From pizza, spaghetti to beef steak, but the most impressive dish in here is burger. A classic burger with grilled juicy beef, some fresh lettuce and slices of tomato, pickles and melted cheesy cheese. All you have to do is to take a bite and the heaven appears. In addition, Don has amazing desserts like Lemon Meringue Tart, Creamy Tiramisu or Decadent Chocolate Mousse.
Address: 16/27 Xuan Dieu Street, Tay Ho District, Hanoi
Opening hours: 11am – 11pm
Combining fine-dining and bistro style, Salmonoid is considered as an ideal location to meet all aspects for couples. The restaurant serves quality salmon dishes in romantic atmosphere and soothing ancient French villa. Salmonoid is the first European-style restaurant in Hanoi that specializes in salmon, along with interesting combination of Vietnamese cuisine. And their first prior is to bring exciting experience for diners.
Chefs in Salmonoid make a little twist when recreating the original burger. Instead of using regular buns, they replace them with bagels. Bagel is a bread product originating in the Jewish communities of Poland. It is traditionally shaped by hand into the form of a ring from yeast wheat dough, roughly hand-size, which is first boiled for a short time in water then baked. The result is a dense, chewy with browned and crispy bread. For the meat ingredient, the main star is salmon, of course. But the cooking method using in this recipe is being smoked. Salty smoked salmon pairs really well with sour taste of sour cream and creamy avocado cubes. The filling is topped with fried parmesan, which brings a different flavour for the dish.
Address: 32C Cao Ba Quat Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi
Opening hours: 10am – 11pm
3. French Grill
Located inside the leading 5-star JW Marriott Hotel in Hanoi, French Grill is still a hot address for food lover despite its disadvantagous location. Featuring inspired French classic and seductive favourites from the grill in a vibrant and lively atmosphere, the French Grill offers an unique, contemporary and innovative dining experience. The restaurant has 82 seats in a modern design and lively setting, including semi – private seating and a 9-seat Chef’s Seafood bar, luxurious interior design of dark colors. Here you can enjoy high class dinner with fine wine in a romantic and private atmosphere. Don’t miss their live music performance every Saturday night.
With talented creation from the chefs, French Grill Restaurant’s menu is really creative and stunning. They have signature burgers, which is perfectly grilled prime US beef that is topped with Emmental, pulled beef and arugula, sandwiched in between soft bun, with a side of hand-cut fries. Furthermore, their brilliant chefs create Japanese inspired burger which has Sanuki wagyu striploin, special wasabi mayonnaise and pickle, with seaweed fries.
Address: JW Marriott Hotel, 8 Do Duc Duc Street, Me Tri, Nam Tu Liem, Hanoi
Opening hours: 6pm – 11pm
Skyline restaurant is more than a lounge bar and restaurant. They are the “Rooftop of the Old Quarter”, giving you a personal customer experience. Located on rooftop of Tirant Hotel, warm space, romantic melodious music creates the poetic dating. Imagine finishing an exhausting day with a drink in your hand, while listening to chill-out music, watching the amazing view over Hoan Kiem Lake, Long Bien Bridge and enjoying the sunset over Hanoi skyline. People say that you should visit the Old Quarter to feel the “real” Hanoi. But if you want to see the “best” Hanoi, let’s come to its rooftop.
Skyline has plenty kinds of dishes in their menu, but the one that stands out and becomes popular is burger. A sandwich consists of one cooked patty of ground beef and is placed inside a sliced bun. It is topped with fresh lettuce and tomato, some pickle and melted cheese.
Address: Tirant Hotel, 38-40 Gia Ngu Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
Opening hours: 9am – 11pm
Situated near the corner of Xuan Dieu, Quang An and directly opposite to West Lake, Chops sits in the middle of the busiest area on the Eastern side of the lake, and only a 10-minute taxi from the Old Quarter. Chops strives to deliver delicious food, with the highest quality ingredients, in a fantastic location, all washed down with the best Vietnamese craft beer or an old school milkshake.
Chops has over 10 kinds of burger for us to choose, includes breakfast, brunch and main meal. For breakfast, they have Chops Big Breakfast, which simply is a dish of classic breakfast meal, is presented in burger form and serves with coffee or tea. If you are not a morning person, you can come to Chops and enjoy The Benedict Burger as a brunch. Coming to main meal of the day, they have so many options, from the classic one like Beef Patty with Lettuce and Tomato to A-Porkalypse which includes Vietnamese Slow Cooked Crispy Pork Belly, Kimchi, Harissa Yogurt and Puffed Rice.
– 4 Quang An Street, Tay Ho District, Hanoi
– 12 Hang Bac Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
Opening hours: 11am – 12pm
So which one do you choose to take a chance today? Booking through Eatout to get the best seat! And keep following us for more information about food and restaurants in Hanoi.