Hanoi Hanoi restaurant

101-102 Capel street, City Centre North

Dublin 1

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Cuisine:
Vietnamese

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9 reviews
4 stars - based on 9 reviews
This new Vietnamese restaurant on Capel Street is an incredibly friendly place, with attentive Vietnamese staff, and delicious food.

The menu is lengthy, with dishes arranged by style rather than strict starters and mains.

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OPENING HOURS

Mon12:00pm - 10:00pm
Tue12:00pm - 10:00pm
Wed12:00pm - 10:00pm
Thu12:00pm - 10:00pm
Fri12:00pm - 10:00pm
Sat12:00pm - 10:00pm
Sun12:00pm - 10:00pm

CAPACITY
50 people

CUISINES
Asian, Vegetarian, Vietnamese

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Hanoi Hanoi

grealyn

3 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 29th April 2016 (visited 28 April 2016 )

Excellent value. Delicious food. Very reasonably priced wine. Lovely spacious room. Will be back again and again

Hanoi Hanoi

Linda.curtin

1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:0%

Reviewed 15th February 2016 (visited 5 February 2016 )

Starter platter was excellent and overall service was good - except for the fact that a lot of liqueur options from the menu were out of stock. Missed opportunity for a staff member to quickly run out to a local shop to replenish stock.

Hanoi Hanoi

cbriody
Dublin
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 15th February 2016 (visited 14 February 2016 )

Great place for eating out with family ,friends or your partner. Tasty nutritious food without putting a hole in your wallet. Whats not to like.

Hanoi Hanoi

aoife.ahern
Dublin
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 12th February 2016 (visited 11 February 2016 )

I have mixed feels about the visit. It was positive on a whole. I think any of the downsides might have been not knowing what to order. We got wraps first and they were lovely. The crepes are actually fritters and they were nice too. I wasn't mad about the dumpling or the rice rolls. They are both covered in a pulp like rice which wasn't to my taste. We also got a pate and pork roll which was actually a roll, like a baguette. The staff were very friendly but it would be great to get some guidance on what to order. I think our choices let us down.

Hanoi Hanoi

Westdogg
Dublin
16 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 28th September 2015 (visited 26 September 2015 )

The first time I was going to go to this place, I did not as it had just opened and there was only one review, which stated the place was terrible. Which just highlights the danger of people putting up inaccurate reviews or being way too harsh when it comes to reviewing an establishment. I went there with my gf and her sister. Firstly, I have read a few reviews that said the service was poor, unprofessional, terrible etc. We couldn't have had a more different experience (and we had 3 different servers) and I frankly cannot comprehend how that would ever be an issue based on the level of service we got, unless the restaurant was completely swamped and had too few staff on - which people should allow for when reviewing. We started with both the veggie and meat summer rolls, which were tasty and fresh. I also got an avacado smoothie which was one of the tastiest things I've ever had in my life. Seriously, get it. I'm not joking. Just do it. My gf got a strawberry smoothie, which was also delicious but I was definitely the winner. Both my gf and her sis got Pho - my gf got the medium rare beef and her sis got the chicken. Both were huge portions and both were delicious. Myself and my gf had become addicted to pho since we went to Vietnam last year and she said it was as good as any we had there (but obviously a little pricier...) I had a veggie dish which I assumed was also going to be pho (that was probably my fault as it had pho in vietnamese but not in the English translation). It was tasty but I ws disappointed it was not pho. Now, the only reason I gave it 4 stars was the lack of veggie options. I appreciate it is not a veggie restaurant but the veg options are extremely limited, which is the exact opposite of any restaurant I was in in Vietnam - and most other Asian restaurants. It also seems as if you cannot swap out the meat for tofu in any of the dishes but there could be legit reasons for this, such as the stock the food is made from. In any event, to conclude, it was my gf's sis's first taste of Vietnamese food and she was impressed, as were myself and my gf who went to Vietnam for a month last year. I would deffo go in but would like to think they will expand the veg menu. Also, if you take anything from this review, get the avacado smoothie!!

Hanoi Hanoi

eleniroza16573077
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 20th September 2015 (visited 19 September 2015 )

I visited the restaurant yesterday for dinner. Tha food was awfully the pork was smelly in the pancake and the vegetarian spring rolls contained mango which it was not written on the menu and my friend is allergic we had to order another starter.All the dishes arrived late and sporadically . My main course arrive after one hour and 15 minutes.I asked what was the problem they said they made a mistake in the kitchen.They never apologise and I think this is so rude.Sorry guys there are better Vietnamese restaurants in Dublin.Never back there again. Low service and low quality.

Hanoi Hanoi

maygabelle51270533
Dublin
6 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 19th August 2015 (visited 16 August 2015 )

This was my first time eating Vietnamese food. I went with my brother, sister and husband. My siblings had sampled Vietnamese cuisine before, but my husband and I did not know what to expect or order! We all shared a variety of dishes - mango and beef salad, salmon with asparagus,duck (plenty of it), monkfish sizzling on a gas burner cooked in turmeric, a beef broth with noodles and crab claws. It was an adventure for my palate and I loved it all, as did the rest of the company. An airy and attractive ambience, very pleasant service and very very good value combine to make it a 'keeper' for new converts to this wonderful food.

Hanoi Hanoi

maygabelle51270533
Dublin
6 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 19th August 2015 (visited 16 August 2015 )

This was my first taste of Vietnamese cuisine. A friend of my sisters who is from Vietnam recommended Hanoi Hanoi. My brother who lives in Sydney would be very familiar with good Asian food and he tucked in delightedly as did we all! It was all delicious - we shared lamb on skewers, tender and tasty, duck (plenty of it , unlike in Irish restaurants), monkfish brought sizzling to the table over a gas burner cooked with turmeric, a gorgeous mango salad with beef strips, and some side dishes and sauces. All very tasty with generous portions. The décor is airy and interesting, and the service helpful, cheerful and efficient. Add to this very good value for money - highly recommended.

Hanoi Hanoi

Dinda
Dublin
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 06th July 2015 (visited 5 July 2015 )

They have a very interesting menu. My friend had the prawns and noodles with dill, it came on open fire pot and it was delicious! I had grilled salmon and asparagus. It was also very tasty. The staff was very helpful and friendly. Definately going back to try the other options on their menu.

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