The brunch culture is booming internationally. Here in the capital city of Vietnam, there are more and more additions to this seemingly ever-growing scene. What makes brunches different? Why is this even a trend? Discover the answer through our top picks in Hanoi for the perfect weekend brunch that cannot be missed.
Currently sitting on the water overlooking West Lake and lotus ponds of Quang Ba park, Maison de Tet decor keeps up the tradition of huge villa setting, Oriental-styled furnishings and hearty meals, brunches, breakfasts. Though the spot still serves French toast and ricotta pancakes, its signatures lie in the realm of clean, healthy and nourishing food that will kick start energetic days. Nestling on the dreamy, serene West Lake with an artistic scheme, Maison de Tet decor is the place for weekend relaxation and inspiration, a getaway, a restart.
Location: 26 Quảng Bá, Quảng An, Tây Hồ, Hà Nội
Inspired by the Australian brunch culture, Salt n’ Pepper brings to Hanoi a fresh take on the diversity of the scene. As one of the popular spots where brunch dishes are the heart, the soul, the signatures and delicacies, Salt n’ Pepper serves a variety of Western-style dishes, but also strives to create a unique flair, welcoming different cultures.
Location: 2nd Floor, 28 Tống Duy Tân, Hàng Bông, Hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội
Nesting inside such ambiance of the French Quarter, the multi-award winning Le Beaulieu has for over a century been the venue of dazzling soirées and sublime Sunday brunches. As the first French restaurant in Hanoi – opened in 1901, Le Beaulieu is renowned for its exquisite French cuisine, with the history of serving politicians, entrepreneurs, diplomats, correspondents and distinguished travellers for over 120 years. The well-known and sumptuous Sunday brunch of Le Beaulieu caters to everybody’s taste, preference and desire; it is truly the best place to be for people of all ages and personality traits.
Location: 15 Ngô Quyền, Tràng Tiền, Hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội