Went with the family to have lunch. Went to order and got the attention of the waitress who came over. I started placing our order. Half way through the order she then says 'let me just go get some paper'. Hello? So I make the...More
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As several seasoned reviewers have noted, this used to be THE place to go in Hanoi for coffee and snacks. But, for whatever reason, it has spiraled downward over the years. More out of nostalgia than anything, my family and I revisited recently. And, while...More
With a unique location in the very centre of Hanoi, this café can be one hot spot of the city for relaxing and for sipping a perfect café or a drink. If it could be renovated with appropriate decoration, it could be exquisite.
We had a quiet drink while watching the world go by. Service was quick on a Sunday afternoon and quiet enough to have a conversation without having to yell across our neighbours as is the case in many other places.
A Paris back street cafe of the 1950s and 60s. Atmospheric, always busy and bustling, Casablanca eat your heart out! Foods quite good and coffee is excellent. Nice quiet balcony area upstairs - cool, shaded and quiet. A must visit when in the Cathedral district!
Food was just terrible. We were just so hungry that we tried to eat at least something and felt bad afterwards. One of us didn't get what he ordered and waiter just laughed for that. Even the toast was not toasted and bottle water was...More
We ordered vegetarian sandwich with tofu but sandwich came without tofu. We told this to waiter and he did nothing but laughed to us with other waiters. Vietnamese coffee was normal coffee. Other portions we ordered were tastless. You will be disappointed.
Like others, we walked in after perusing the menu and noticing the people inside. Yes, the cafe is popular with cigarette smokers, most of whom were Vietnamese, meeting for coffee. It was very dark inside, we had difficulty reading the menus. The food was just...More