Hanoi Café

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Hanoi Café

98 Kingsland Road Hoxton
E2 8DP

Yelp Reviews

3.0 out of 5 based on 14 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Hanoi Café

3.0 out of 5 3 May 2016
by Emma W.

Decent food and reasonable service, but not my favourite of the multitude of Kingsland Road Vietnamese restaurants. For starters, we had the Vietnamese spring rolls, which were superb, but only came with one small lettuce leaf - although they did being us some more when we asked :) We also shared the salt and pepper squid, which was ok, but tasted under seasoned - we couldn't really taste the...more

5.0 out of 5 9 April 2016
by Bruno S.

Fantastic vietnamese in kingsland road. Came here as song que was crowded, but from now on this will be my first choice. We had the Lemongrass beef pho and the ginger chicken both of which had flavour going through the roof! A more relaxed placed compared to the other vietnamese places around, identical prices bit with a much better customer service. Recommend and will be back for more! :-)more

3.0 out of 5 22 October 2015
by Mark T.

Hanoi is pretty much slap bang in the middle of a number of good Vietnamese restaurants, some of which I've tried before but most of which are still to go. Sadly while this was OK it's not one I'll be rushing back to.

I ended up trying the lemongrass king prawn which was actually very tasty but I personally didn't like the way it was served. Everything was separate on the plate and it made it...more

3.0 out of 5 15 August 2014
by Meike B.

I needed a quick fix of food before heading to a gig nearby and Hanoi Cafe looked like it would fit the bill. It looks more like a Vietnamese greasy spoon than a full blown restaurant - £7 for a bowl of pho therefore came as a bit of a surprise. The ubiquitous noodle soup was tasty enough but nothing special. I have certainly been to much more exciting alternatives nearby.more

1.0 out of 5 26 October 2013
by Jing Shyang Y.

It was I think the Chrismas eve weekend and pretty much all the Vietnamese restaurants were closed. I had wanted to take my dad to Tay Do having recently discovered it at the time, but as this was the only place open, I decided to give it a shot. After all, the general rule is that if natives are eating in a restaurant, it's usually good. However after my experience, either these natives were...more

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