Hanoi House was a great place to kick off our adventure in culinary delights. We shared the cha gio as an appetizer; "crispy pork and shrimp spring rolls with dipping fish sauce," and a chicken banh mi sandwich and a beef pho soup for dinner. I had the chuoi chiechuoi chien dot ruou for dessert - banana fritters flambé with a caramel sauce - OH MY GOODNESS!! It was incredible!
I loved meeting Abdoulaye here for dinner because the ambiance was engaging without being overwhelming, the music was spunky (think - 50s diner-type with some modern-remakes) and the food was delicious. I'm also sensitive to noise and found the volume levels here to be just right - the music was present without dominating and Abdoulaye and I could carry on a conversation without having to shout - delightful!
Looking forward to our next culinary adventure already :)