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Hanoi Vietnamese Restaurant

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Hanoi Vietnamese Restaurants boasts an extensive variety of Vietnamese dishes including the famous phos that are well prepared to preserve authenticity and freshness.

Daily: 11:00 - 22:00

+65 62234813
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Authentic North Vietnamese Dishes

Full Hanoi Vietnamese Restaurant review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2014/05/hanoi-vietnamese-restaurant.html


Owned and operated by Vietnamese staff and chefs, Hanoi Vietnamese Restaurant has attracted rave reviews for serving up tasty, authentic, and sometimes lesser known North Vietnamese / Hanoi dishes.

Beautifully decorated with imported Vietnamese artwork and traditional shaped lanterns, Hanoi Vietnamese Restaurant exudes an elegant ambience. While interior lighting is dim, the furniture is comfortable and well spaced throughout. Artwork reflect slices of life, and even the staff are dressed in traditional costume.

Though staff are mostly Vietnamese, they can converse pretty well in English. Hanoi Vietnamese Restaurant has a wide range of dishes on its menu, and staff are able to make recommendations on popular items. I find them to be quite helpful and proactive in offering assistance.

Prices at Hanoi Vietnamese Restaurant are slightly high as compared to other Vietnamese restaurants, but the high quality of dishes produced justify the cost. Generally, I find dishes to be very tasty, made using very fresh ingredients. Because Hanoi Vietnamese Restaurant focuses more on Hanoi style dishes, there is an abundant use of steaming or stir frying, along with lots of beef, vegetables, herbs, and seafood.

The Jasmine Tea here wasn't so good. Starting out sweet and fragrant, it gradually become more and more bitter as the tea leaves steeped in the water, becoming nearly undrinkable near the end without sugar. Would be better if we could extract the tea leaves from the teapot, rather than leaving the loose leaves within.

The signature dish, and also the most expensive here, is the Hanoi Grilled Fish With Rice Vermicelli And Mixed Herbs (SGD $25.90). Also known as Cha Ca Hanoi, after the Hanoi restaurant where it was first invented. Featuring DIY fresh grilled fish marinated in turmeric, ginger, herbs, and fish sauce, then grilled on a skillet.

Fresh spring onions and more herbs are then added. Part entertainment and part meal, staff will prepare this dish for you, or you can opt to do it yourself! Finally, pair it with fresh rice vermicelli noodles, shrimp paste, and crunchy peanuts. Loved the overall taste and presentation of this dish, though I don't recall seeing it in Vietnam.

The Los Leaf Rolls With Pork (SGD $12.90) are a meaty and juicy pork spring roll, wrapped in a Vietnam herb known as a Los Leaf instead of a batter. The leaf has a slight sourish bitterness that balances well with the sweetness of the juicy pork. Excellent, and highly recommended!

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• 31 May 2014 • 358 reviews • 55 followers

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Full Hanoi Vietnamese Restaurant review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2014/05/hanoi-vietnamese-restaurant.html


Owned and operated by Vietnamese staff and chefs, Hanoi Vietnamese Restaurant has attracted rave reviews for serving up tasty, authentic, and sometimes lesser known North Vietnamese / Hanoi dishes.

Beautifully decorated with imported Vietnamese artwork and traditional shaped lanterns, Hanoi Vietnamese Restaurant exudes an elegant ambience. While interior lighting is dim, the furniture is comfortable and well spaced throughout. Artwork reflect slices of life, and even the staff are dressed in traditional costume.

Though staff are mostly Vietnamese, they can converse pretty well in English. Hanoi Vietnamese Restaurant has a wide range of dishes on its menu, and staff are able to make recommendations on popular items. I find them to be quite helpful and proactive in offering assistance.

Prices at Hanoi Vietnamese Restaurant are slightly high as compared to other Vietnamese restaurants, but the high quality of dishes produced justify the cost. Generally, I find dishes to be very tasty, made using very fresh ingredients. Because Hanoi Vietnamese Restaurant focuses more on Hanoi style dishes, there is an abundant use of steaming or stir frying, along with lots of beef, vegetables, herbs, and seafood.

The Jasmine Tea here wasn't so good. Starting out sweet and fragrant, it gradually become more and more bitter as the tea leaves steeped in the water, becoming nearly undrinkable near the end without sugar. Would be better if we could extract the tea leaves from the teapot, rather than leaving the loose leaves within.

The signature dish, and also the most expensive here, is the Hanoi Grilled Fish With Rice Vermicelli And Mixed Herbs (SGD $25.90). Also known as Cha Ca Hanoi, after the Hanoi restaurant where it was first invented. Featuring DIY fresh grilled fish marinated in turmeric, ginger, herbs, and fish sauce, then grilled on a skillet.

Fresh spring onions and more herbs are then added. Part entertainment and part meal, staff will prepare this dish for you, or you can opt to do it yourself! Finally, pair it with fresh rice vermicelli noodles, shrimp paste, and crunchy peanuts. Loved the overall taste and presentation of this dish, though I don't recall seeing it in Vietnam.

The Los Leaf Rolls With Pork (SGD $12.90) are a meaty and juicy pork spring roll, wrapped in a Vietnam herb known as a Los Leaf instead of a batter. The leaf has a slight sourish bitterness that balances well with the sweetness of the juicy pork. Excellent, and highly recommended!
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• 18 May 2014 • 53 reviews • 1 follower

tasty pho

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Had the pho and spring rolls. Both were pretty good. Pho was a tad salty for me, but that's my personal taste, but very flavorful.
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• 15 Feb 2014 • 436 reviews • 7 followers

Hanoi Vietnamese Restaurant - delicious pho!

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This elegant, authentic Vietnamese restaurant is tastefully decorated with traditional Vietnamese lanterns and paintings that brings out the simple, down-to-earth beauty of the Vietnamese culture. It has comfortable seats whether in booths or at their smooth wooden tables; and the polite, efficient waitresses are clad in beautiful, traditional Vietnamese costumes. It gives a very comforting setting ideal for business lunches, daring couples or friends to enjoy a good Vietnamese cuisine together.

ordered the Vietnamese Chicken Noodle Soup, which was the exact item I had on the first visit. Pour the raw beansprouts into the piping hot soup and squeeze a little dash of lime, and you are all set for a good meal. The soup was very tasty, infused with the taste of quality stock, and further enhanced by the various vegetables added in (mint leaves being one of them). The shredded chicken strips were softly-cooked, and went really well with the smooth, flat rice noodles.

Kerlyn* chose the Hanoi Beef Noodle Soup (better known as "Pho" in Vietnamese, but pronounced as "fur"). This was another scrumptious dish with superior soup base and tender chunks of beef, again enhanced by the flavour of the strong leafy vegetables tossed in. She loved the recommendation, and pointed out how perfect this hot, soupy meal was for a cold weather like today's.

For more detailed information and photos, do visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2013/12/lunch-at-tha-noi-vietnamese-restaurant.html


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