Feeling good, food perfect, people so friendly!! I love this place, and I love Vietnam! Try this place, imperative!!!!
I have dined at the Nam Phuong several times over the past years as it is within walking distance of the hotel I use. The food is fresh and well prepared. The service is good and the Vietnamese musicians on the top floor lend a pleasant touch. The last time I was there I felt the way the prawns were... 更多
We were walking and we were finally able to read something that we could understand or "Vietnamese restaurant." We looked at the menu and found many good things we could choose from, we went in. Indeed, we took several appetizers from the famous local spring rolls, to some shrimp preparation, the local giant snails, continuing with our main course which... 更多
We entered the french colonial building in the old quarter and were ushered upstairs by friendly staff. Our meals were served quickly and were delicious. The cherry on top was the 3 piece traditional women's band - fantastic. An enjoyable evening and would highly recommend.
This is one of Hanoi's best restaurants for fine dining. I give it top marks for the following reasons: 1. It serves authentic Vietnamese cuisine. 2. Each night from 1830 to 2030 hr, a traditional music troupe plays here. 3. The staff takes your order without fuss, or patiently help explain the menu (a few speak English). 4. It is... 更多
Nice restaurant, clean private rooms, very attentive servers and food is good. If you want to have a special experience and willing to pay a bit more, this is a good choice.
We were given recommendation by a tour guide for this restaurant which is located in the old quarter of Hanoi, near Lake Ho Kiem. I instantly felt comfortable here. They have live traditional Vietnamese music every night from 7 to 9 pm. The food is excellent. Don't worry about what you ordering as everything is delicious. We went there five... 更多
I discovered this wandering around the old quarter trying to find my hotel. From the outside it looks a bit like a discreet gentlemen's club, but no pole dancing within! Instead the decor is more like the town house of some upper-middle class family. The menu has a wide and varied range of Vietnamese dishes with a French twist -... 更多
We ate as a group of 16. We had a room to ourselves, which was good, and three Vienamese musicians played music – for the most part traditional. Certainly the costumes and instruments were traditional. There was a set menu and wine was served freely. The food was among the very worst I have eaten in Vietnam. The bill was... 更多
Dine in a group to taste various dishes...live entertainment in the upper floors...unmistakable Vietnamese atmosphere ...ask for the recommended dishes... 更多