Had dinner here on our last night in Hanoi. The food is more expensive than other local restaurants, but cheap compared to western standards - about £20 total for a shared starter, 2 mains and 2 drinks. All our food was delicious, but the fresh spring rolls were particularly tasty. The staff were friendly, the restaurant was clean and the... 更多
Nice place, helpful staff, wine was reasonably priced, food was good, except for the pizza, which was soggy with plastic cheese. Probably a bad choice by me.
We went to the Green Mango on our last night in Hanoi. I ordered the Bun Ga Tron. The flavours in this dish were amazing and I could only eat half of the order. One of the larger meals I have been served while in Vietnam. My meal cost me $10.50 Cdn and was worth every penny especially because I... 更多
We visit this restaurant when in Hanoi and love to sit in the garden section. This restaurant is more expensive than most Hanoi restaurants but it does offer great service, atmosphere and good food. Most main courses start around $10 Aus. Love the little touches like a cold soup 'taster' to start. Well worth a visit
For Vietnamese pricing and food, it is a lot higher end, but for British compatible prices, it's fantastic! We ate here as a last day on Vietnam treat and we weren't disappointed. We had a sharing sample starter which was beautifully presented and tasted great, and two mains of around 300,000vnd (£6!) which for the quality that came, I would... 更多
We were recommended this restaurant by our hotel. Although we had our doubts walking in because it's pretty narrow and dark here we didn't regret that we had our last evening dinner here. The service is very good and they have an array of different cuisines so you will definitely find your pick here.
The Green Mango was just around the corner from our excellent hotel (Hanoi Elegance Ruby) and was recommended by reception, and is right in the heart of the Cultural Quarter. It did not disappoint - it's a well decorated and striking interior, and although the meals were slightly higher than the usual cost of a meal, with a meal for... 更多
The worst Saturday night dinner experience ever What manager accept a booking a group of 50 teenagers on a school trip in a Saturday night??? Only a greedy one for sure the dinning experience not important It was a Pizza Hut birthday experience Restaurant only suitable for tourists and not the ones looking for a gourmet experience I end up... 更多
Great surroundings. Super stylish. Great food. Well presented. Well priced. Good service. Has a bar. That good I went there twice in one day (I had to bring my friends back)!
We decided to find a western style restaurant to have a good glass of wine. The Groovy Hanoi map recommended the Green Mango and the hotel staff recommended the Gecko which was closer. We walked by the Gecko and it was filled with white tourists and the menu didn’t show wine. The Green Mango was in a lovely setting. Very... 更多
We went to Green Mango our first night in Hanoi before we had a decent understanding of Vietnamese food. We had a great meal and figured that was a good example of the local food. It turns out neither of us like much of the Vietnamese food and Green Mango got better and better in our minds as our trip... 更多
Went to this local restaurant on the recommendation of the hotel where we stayed Found the food and service to be superb, pricey in comparison to local food stalls but in reality meals and drinks for two cost AUD$40, not what I would call expensive The wife could not eat all her meal and asked the waitress if she could... 更多
We went here with a small group for a cooking lesson and the good thing is you get to eat the results. We were taught many helpful techniques which we will be able to incorporate when we try our skills out at home. Highly recommended!
Our hotel receptionist told us that this was a good restaurant so we decided to check it out. The food was very nice but compared to street food and local eateries, very expensive. Probably best for special occasions while you're on holiday.