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Why Spices Garden is special ?
Spices Garden restaurant at the colonial era Metropole Hotel is the street food experience for those you don't want to eat on the street. The flavour are fine and you'll get to see a good range of local street style food - all in Hanoi's most luxurious hotel. Vietnamese culinary tradition redefined with French flair. Enjoy views of the lush gardens courtyard and swimming pool. Embark on an adventure of the palette with the exotic flavours of Hanoi's bustling cuisine, with "pho" noodle soup, tender spicy barbecued pork and the freshest of garden vegetables, spices and herbs. With cutting edge decor, candy colours and new veranda, dinner at the Spices Garden is a whole new experience, revealing the many different facets of Vietnamese cuisine and its finest specialties from both North and South.
Must try dishes:
Prawns with lemongrass
Banana blossom salad
La Vong grilled fish
How to get to Spices Garden?
Spices Garden is located inside the Sofitel Hotel Metropole Hanoi in the Hoan Kiem District of Hanoi. The best way to visit Spices Garden Restaurant is take a taxi or cyclo to get there.
- Fine Cuisine in a fine setting
- Great food eat by the pool
- Delicious food, lovely setting but expensive
- Huge variety from European to traditional Vietnamese
- High end option that won't disappoint you
- Noise level Normal
- Budget High-end
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition YES
- Had kid menu YES
- Accept credit card YES
- Serve breakfast YES
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian YES
15 Ngô Quyền, Tràng Tiền, Hà Nội, Vietnam
Tips for you
Spices Garden is one of several restaurants at the famous Metropole Hotel, and the one that serves the best Vietnamese cuisine. Best of all, is the service, in the form of really, really good advice as to what to order. They have a number of set menus or sample platters but we decided to order a la carte. My waitress laughed when I ordered a combination of soup and salads but they were the best: cold avocado soup, mango salad, and green papaya salad. The wine was too pricey so we had (really good) Vietnamese beer instead. We felt like we were really splurging, ordered 5 dishes altogether, and with mineral water and three beers, we ended up paying about US$50.00 each. A truly unique experience, excellent Vietnamese food in a luxury setting. Indulge ... and enjoy!