Best Restaurants in Hanoi Old Quarter

Most restaurants in Hanoi's Old Quarter are rather modest restaurants tucked away in narrow streets and bustling street markets, where you can enjoy authentic local delicacies at affordable prices. Many of these restaurants are within easy walking distance of Hanoi's shopping streets and well-known attractions such as Hoan Kiem Lake and Bach Ma Temple, so you are never too far from a decent place to eat. Hanoi is one of the most visited cities in Vietnam. In recent years, the restaurant scene in Hanoi has grown, from classic cafes serving French pastries and coffee, to outdoor bistros, to travelers looking for great food while on vacation. Read on to discover our list of the most popular restaurants in Hanoi's Old Quarter, which cover a wide range of styles, budgets and preferences in fine dining hanoi.


Highway restaurants Hoan Kiem


Highway4 Restaurant Hoan Kiem features classic Vietnamese furniture, English-speaking staff and a large menu that covers all of Vietnam's culinary heritage. With separate sections in the menu for fire, wood, metal and water (in terms of cooking techniques), Rijksweg 4 is perfect for large groups with different tastes. Especially recommended are the specials, especially the catfish spring fish. Popular with locals and tourists, all meals are served with many native herbs that try to brew the restaurant sustainably. There are several branches of Highway4 restaurants throughout Hanoi, including the Ba Dinh and Cau Giay districts in fine dining hanoi

Green Mandarin Restaurant Hanoi

Green Tangerine Restaurant Hanoi is located on Hang Be Street in the Old City, where you can enjoy authentic Vietnamese and French haute cuisine in a picturesque setting. Opened in 2003, the brasserie-style restaurant is set in a refurbished 1920s French villa, with rustic décor, bare brick walls and antique furniture. The Green Tangerine Restaurant Hanoi is known for its artfully prepared dishes such as red fruit dressing duck breast carpaccio, served with ginger-candied nutmeg, sesame quince and mushrooms, roasted pigeon marinated in coffee with aubergine puree in spinach leaves and broccoli and caramelized pork and steamed apples in Calvados in fine dining hanoi

Café de Paris Hanoi

Café de Paris Hanoi is a stylish French bistro in the old town that attracts a loyal clientele of European expats and tourists who want to escape the often hectic atmosphere of Hanoi. Open daily, this quaint café serves high quality and reasonably priced dishes, salads, light snacks and desserts, as well as imported wines by the glass and bottle. Outstanding dishes include the flank steak with shallot sauce and salad potatoes (250,000 VND), duck confit (210,000 VND) and Parisian-style double cheeseburgers (170,000 VND) in best restaurants near me.

Xuan Xuan Hanoi

Xuan Xuan Hanoi may not win a prize for style, but if you want to eat like a local, this Vietnamese barbecue is simply the best in town. Sit on the ankle-high stool and order a selection of meats (pork, beef and goat's eggs) and vegetables. Everything is put on a large plate and you grill your own dinner over a small gas stove. Have a fun experience, eat elbows to elbows with a variety of customers, and the taste is really delicious. Look out for the crowd of happy guests spreading out on the sidewalk in the heart of the old town in best restaurants near me.