TOP 5 BEST FRENCH RESTAURANTS IN HOAN KIEM, HA NOI

You are craving some French food around Hoan Kiem area, but there are so many options to choose. Don’r worry, let Eatout.vn help you with the selection of top 5 best French restaurants in Hoan Kiem district. 1. La Badiane Founded in December, 2008, by three French friends, La Badiane – French for the Star Anise…

9 GOOD LUCK FOODS FOR THE NEW YEAR ALL AROUND THE WORLD

Each New Year’s, revelers around the world chow down on specific foods to summon good luck for the next 365 days. While some traditions call for noodles and others call for fruit, all the edibles connote forward movement, prosperity and health. Whether or not you’re superstitious, take a look at our list of common celebratory…

Where to eat top 10 delicious Thai food in Hanoi

Thai food is internationally famous. Whether chili-hot or sugar-sweet, harmony is the guiding principle behind each dish. Thai cuisine is essentially a marriage of centuries-old Eastern and Western influences harmoniously combined into something uniquely Thai. Characteristics of Thai food depend on who cooks it, for whom it is cooked, for what occasion, and where it is…

UDON – COMFORT FOOD FOR YOUR CRAZY DAY

The chewy, seemingly endless udon noodle is always a comfort food when think about Japanese cuisine. Though it is not delicate as sashimi or expensive as ramen but udon still has a charming seduction to all the foodies. Do you know how many kinds of udon in Japan? And why do we love it so…

5 PERFECT RESTAURANTS FOR NEW YEAR EVE IN HANOI

As the night goes on, the atmosphere on Hanoi streets is coming crowded more and more. If you prefer a elegant place to enjoy the new year eve with beloved family and friends, read our guide to some of the best restaurants in Hanoi that hold new year party in a classy and delicious way….

[Tip on eating] 8 TRADITIONAL KOREAN FOOD YOU CAN TRY IN HANOI

Korean cuisine is really famous for its delicious taste and the history behind it. Korean always cook food in season, something cold for cooling the hot summer or hot dishes for warming a cold winter night. You can enjoy juicy grilled meat with spicy kimchi and green lettuce or a bowl of hot kimchi soup…

5 suggestions about restaurant for Christmas party in Hanoi

Although Christmas is not a public holiday in Vietnam, it has been received much recognition from the local residents. From the beginning of December, Hanoi’s streets are all decorated with Noel’s patterns that create a festive environment helping any expats off being homesick in the night of Christmas. Integrating with Hanoi’s festive environment, you can…

5 best restaurants in Hanoi for Vietnamese Desserts

No matter how stuffed you are after the main course, you always have room for a little dessert. And what will be better than a plate of Vietnamese dessert? It tastes sweet and also delicious that you will crave for the second one. Let’s join with Eatout and find out 5 places served the best…

How are the traditional Vietnamese Family Meals?

In Vietnam, family meals with many Traditional Vietnamese Food has been one of the unique cultural features. Since the ancient time, it has become a very familiar thing whenever they go far away, they think about it with high regard. Up to now, the family meal are higher appreciated due to the people are getting…

What to eat in Hanoi: 5 VIETNAMESE HOT POTS YOU SHOULD TRY

Hot pot, also known as steamboat in Indonesia, Singapore or Malaysia, refers to several East Asian varieties of stew, consisting of a simmering metal pot of stock at the center of the dining table. While the hot pot is kept simmering, ingredients are placed into the pot and are cooked at the table. Hot pot…

Where to eat in Hanoi: 5 best places for burger

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…

WRAP ROLLS – A SECRET OF VIETNAMESE TRADITIONAL CUISINE

A thin but still chewy rice paper wrapped some fresh vegetable and delicious cooked meat, that is described as “a salad packed into an edible container” by Gourmet Magazine. Once you have mastered the basics, you can play around with the recipe to your heart’s content, but the guiding principle should always be to cram…