The restaurant is very Chinese, not very similar to the name, but the food is mainly Vietnamese, the wine list is rich, the privacy is high, the dishes are of a high standard, and there are more seafood, and the sauce of the dishes is thicker. Although the portion is small, the price is really expensive, so the service makes up for it.
The first floor is for snacks and fast food, the second floor is mainly for dinner, and then it seems to be a private room. The snacks feel nothing special, and the taste may not be as good as the outside stalls. The dinner is considered more orthodox Vietnamese cuisine, and you can eat it. The taste is also OK.
It is a club restaurant. General members can make reservations first. The environment is very good. The tableware inside is exquisite, the dishes are of high quality, even the snacks are also very unique, and there are many varieties of red wine.
During my stay in Hanoi, I found this Oriental No. 1 club. The building feels pretty good, the decoration and design are modern, the atmosphere is high-grade, and it is very impressive.
A local snack bar in Hanoi, Vietnam. There are a lot of local Vietnamese delicacies and snacks. The favorite is the raw beef pho, and there are unique spices here that can be added to the pho.