Club De L’Oriental

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This is one of the most luxury and upmarket Vietnamese restaurants in Hanoi at its highest quality of food and service. Located in the heart of the city, near Hanoi Opera House and Metropole Hotel, Club De L’Oriental’s location is ideal for transportation and sightseeing.

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The restaurant is professionally decorated in colonial style but still remaining the harmony of traditional architecture. This three-storey building, open and modern with slate and dark woods with an exposed kitchen in the middle of the main eating space allows diners to watch food preparation and chefs at work.

Menu of the restaurant comprises of best taste Vietnamese foods, among them, must-try dishes are deep-fried Imperial-style spring rolls, grilled chicken in lemon leaves, sautéed prawns in tamarind sauce and caramelized mango flambé with liqueur for dessert. Besides, the L’Oriental has a bar with 10,000 bottles of wine of different types which is one of the largest wine bars in the South East Asia.

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Due to the upscale quality, prices to be gods in this heaven are not cheap, vary between US$45 – $65 for a full set of both main dishes and drink.

Address: 22 Tong Dan, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Phone: +84-(43)-826-8801
Tripadvisor: http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g293924-d1190920-Reviews-Club_De_L_Oriental-Hanoi.html

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Yang

Born in Hai Phong but growing up in Hanoi, Yang have a lovely childhood and great life experiences in these two best cities for cuisine and street food in the North of Vietnam. With 20 years working in travel industry, he had the chances to travel to most of the destinations in Vietnam. He loves travelling, taking photograph and also Vietnam culinary. Yang is also the good cook for his family. He said ” Whenever I came to any new place, I always want to visit the local market and trying the local street food, as they can reflect very well the local cuisine as well as culture of the place”.

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