To cap off a delightful evening in Hanoi with delicious food amidst an elegant atmosphere, visitors should not miss the chance to visit two of the city’s most distinguished restaurants.
Located in the heart of the capital, Long Dinh is
a charming restaurant boasting Chinese architecture that blends
themes of tradition and modernity.
The radiance reflecting from some 100 decorated
lights and crystal curtains glitters as one enters the
The grand hall on the ground floor is available
for casual get-togethers.
The 1st floor satisfies the needs of those who
want an intimate space to dine.
The 2nd level is reserved for VIPs to enjoy a
peaceful view of the blue sky, green trees and colorful flowers.
Long Dinh offers guests refined Chinese cuisine,
including bird’s nest, shark’s fin soup, and lobster, among
other rare and tasty dishes.
Staying in the West Lake’s luxurious villa areas,
Sum Villa is regarded as a wonderful venue to host
businesspeople or family parties.
Its Vietnamese name “sum”, means cozy gatherings.
The 2,000-square-meter restaurant attracts guests
based on its diverse dishes and romantic ambiance.
Sum Villa has a large Asian-style veranda that
can serve some 500 diners at a time.
Its decorations feature both traditional and
modern Eastern charms.
In painting the structure red, the owner aspires
to bring guests prosperity and good luck.
The highlight is the Sum Dining & Lounge venue,
where one can release all stress and experience the full comfort
of sipping hot coffee amidst wafting breezes, melodious music,
and the dreamy landscape of West Lake.
AMAZING DINING VENUES
Long Dinh Dragon Palace
Address: 64B Quan Su Street, Hoan Kiem District
Address: 10 Dang Thai Mai Street, Tay Ho District
Price: VND45,000-200,000 ($2.8-12.4)/dish; VND50,000
($3.1)/drink (on average)
Report by Thu Thuy - Hai Tam