Thursday, September 15, 2005

Seasons of Hanoi

Whenever you come to Hanoi, the weather might make you sweat in the Summer, cool and beautiful in the Autumn and Spring, really cold in the Winter. But if you come to have dinner at Seasons of Hanoi restaurant, you will experience amazing food, a warm and friendly atmosphere and unbelievably beautiful flower arrangements. This place features an innovative mix of traditional and modern Vietnamese architecture for the dining. They won the best dining of the year 2005 and many more years before voted by VietNam Economic Times and other foreign magazines. Seasons of Hanoi has been recommended by Qantas, Thai Airways and many more famous travel companies.

The menu has a variety of choices. Why don't you try some banana flower and chiken salad, rice noodle, shirmp and pork wrapped in green mustard leaves or deep fried spring rolls with seafood and taro for starters. Some fried crab with tamarind sauce, pan-fried duck with orange sauce, deep fried fish with five spices sauce or grilled rolls beef in green mustard leaves, fried rice with roasted duck, sauteed eggplant with garlic for main courses. Vegetarian don't need to worry as there are many options on the menu. If you've still got room for dessert, try lotus seed sweet soup with young sticky rice or sweet rice corn in coconut milk.

After the meal, go for a walk around nearby peaceful Trúc Bạch Lake.

If you have any special requirements, do not hesitate to ask for Mr Thinh, the owner, who has great experience of Vietnamese food, flower arranging and function organization.

It's best to ensure a table by booking in advance.

Seasons of Hanoi

95B Quán Thánh Street

Phone: (04) 8435444


Anonymous said...

I really like Deep fried Fish in five spices sauce dish. I think you will have a good dinner there.
Mr Tu, your pictures you choiced very nicely.

Van Cong Tu said...

Thanks for checking my blog and i am sure that you will have a nice meal at Seasons of Hanoi where is the best food and good service.

o jardineiro said...

hi! i am from portugal and in last may I've been in Hanoi. great city and the food is fantastic in the Seasons of hanoi.


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