Offering you everyday Vietnamese cuisine with a twist, Chopsticks serves up the classics like bun cha, pho and nem, only unlike your average street food joint, they make sure to cook each plate to a fine standard.
Finally, a shoe shop with ‘Western-size’ shoes. With pairs up to size 52 (EU), the ironically named TinyToes Shoes in Hoan Kiem sells brands like Boxfresh, Doctor Martens, Ted Baker and more in a range of sizes.
Nha Hang Cua Em serves authentic Chinese food in a casual setting in Cau Giay. Both the owner and the head chef are Chinese, and have lived in Hanoi for several years, so you can expect proper Chinese cuisine that’s otherwise difficult to find in Hanoi.
Vietnamese budget carrier Vietjet has begun direct flights to Phuket and Chiang Mai in Thailand from HCMC’s Tan Son Nhat Airport. Both of these routes serve the transportation and travel demands of local travellers and foreign tourists while contributing to the promotion of trade and integration in the region.
Following the closure of its downtown location six months ago, Galerie Quynh has opened its new space in the centre of Dakao in District 1 and is celebrating with the first solo exhibition in four years of Vietnam’s foremost abstract painter, Tran Van Thao, called the line.