Hanoi's chicken street offers barbecued delights and cold beer, but which of the street's many restaurants rules the roost?
Polite & Co, one of Hanoi's oldest bars, has had a makeover while retaining its excellent drinks and atmosphere.
Guests on the Oasis Bay Party Cruise in Ha Long Bay love to party and an innovative card solution from Hottab allows them to let their hair down with no worries.
Hanoi's newest Taiwanese street food restaurant has much more to offer than tasty food.
The Hanoi branch of Korean restaurant Jin Sun Dae provides the city's large Korean population a no-frills taste of home.
Jin Sun Dae, a Korean restaurant in Hanoi, brings a taste of Korea to Vietnam, with delicious meats and kimchi on offer in a homely environment.
Zaika, Hanoi's newest Indian restaurant, is one for the near future, and in the present offers food fit for a king, or empress.
Hanoi's Linguini Fini is an Italian chain restaurant with a twist, with each a menu adapted to local tastes but still staying true to Homegrown Food's ethos of using fresh, locally sourced produce.
Believe it or not, Hanoi has its very own trendy Italian restaurant serving fresh, homemade food.
A Halal Indian restaurant offers a soothing break from the hustle and bustle of Hanoi.