We all completely are able to agree that most Vietnamese traditional cuisine spots in this country is Hanoi. One of Vietnam‘s most famous specialities, pho, is assumed to have originated from Hanoi. It is no wonder then that Hanoi possesses some of the best eateries in the entirety of Vietnam. The list below mentions the 10 most suitable places for brunch, all of which offer you good portions for Vietnamese style or Western-styled with reasonable budget options.
- JW Café
- Sofitel Legend Metropole Hotel
- La Badiane
- Maison de Tét Café
- DC Bistro
- Quan An Ngon
- Joma Bakery Café
- The Hanoi Social Club
- Saint Honoré
Located inside the JW Marriott Hotel, the JW Cafe serves a diverse range of buffet menus for you to choose. There are foods from Japan, Vietnam, Japan, Spain, Italy, Korea, and further; you call it and they’re apt to have it.
With only £28, you are served a whole brunch with drinks such as champagne and beer, cocktails; therefore, why don’t you make a try?
Sofitel Legend Metropole Hotel
Having three restaurants comprises Le Beaulieu, Spice Gardens and Angelina so that you can easily access to brunch spots of The Sofitel Legend Metropole Hotel. The greatest of those, Le Beaulieu, provides French menu, the second gives Vietnamese meals, and the third serves an assortment of tasty Italian foods. Not only for brunch, those three restaurants extremely suggested for any meals of the day.
The particular menu reflects the fusion between French and vegetarian cuisine makes La Badiane more considerable. The restaurant is located in an old isolated villa and possesses a miniature garden patio together with a comfortable dining expanse upper, which is divided into separate rooms. Wow! It is fabulous as all staff here totally can communicate to any customers though wherever they from; France, America or Vietnam, that is not the matter!
Maison de Tét Café
The best way to overcome the April winter blues in Hanoi is heading indoors and diving into a big bowl of homemade tomato soup — accompanied by a crusty baguette, of course. It’s the fulfilment of a dream for the owner and manager Pete Wilkes, an Australian. Since moving to Hanoi 10 years ago, he wanted to create a community hub where he could serve delicious, home-cooked food in a relaxed and friendly environment. But he also wanted to employ and train disadvantaged youth to make a larger impact. In 2013, he opened the original Tet Décor Café and from that experience he has established his pièce de résistance — the Maison de Tet Décor.
DC Bistro, a small restaurant, along with the La Verticale, has the same founder – Didieu Corlou, the chef receives lots of awards. DC Bistro is a miniature, bistro restaurant following home-style foods at very fabulous value. In outside, there is a nice view from the lovely balcony, while inside, loads of dull timber tables and chairs with many mirrors; that is the best place.
Quan An Ngon
The food provided here is completely correct to its name, ‘Ngon’ means ‘delicious’ in Vietnamese. The cuisine there is perfect and very featured Vietnamese, serving a large array of seafood and many kinds of pho. This is a frequent destination of the residents and now they welcome international guests as well.
Joma Bakery Café
Joma is Another favourite station of the locals is Joma Bakery Café, they serve many signature brunches together with lots of delicious coffee in all of Hanoi. Besides their drinks, they offer good pastries, quiche, sandwiches, muesli, and fruit shakes. When you want to swap Vietnamese meals to a Western one for an alternative, you have to think about it!
The Hanoi Social Club
This is the only perfect place where foreigners find to come not only for brunch but also for little nostalgic feelings inside English newspapers. Acoustic bands usually perform here so there is also an occasion to listen to some melody beside your meal. The Hanoi Social Club also has good wifi and a roof from which to enjoy your brunch.
Placed in Hanoi’s West Lake, Saint Honoré serves as a bakery, deli, and restaurant. They are popular for selling the greatest cakes in Hanoi so if you feel like a brunch charged with great cakes, Saint Honoré is the spot to hit. Saint Honoré also serves an excellent afternoon tea.
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