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Name: Ray Quán
Address: 8A Nguyễn Khuyến, Đống Đa, Hanoi

Directions: At the railway crossing north of Lê Duẩn, follow the railway on the right

Phone: 0913578588 (Thành)
21.02805221820799 105.84134140273284 Category:
Rating: 4 on a scale of 1 to 5. Based on 5 reviews.

Restaurant Type:
Sit-down restaurant
Opening Hours:
Lunch, Evening, Late
Traditional dishes to eat with rice wine
Take Out:

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5 reviews

address icon Số 7, Phố Nguyễn Khả Trạc, Phường Mai Dịch, Cầu Giấy, Hanoi

phone number icon 0974622815

I have worked for MIC for over two years now in that period I have been placed In some great Teaching positions and truly have been able to enjoy real Vietnamese culture all that aside , I have enjoyed working for MIC they have always paid me on time or in advance if I have ever needed any help !...

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August 8th, 2015 at 12:12 pm

Interesting location and decor but food is definitely overpriced and some of the rice wine that they serve has chopped up endangered species in it.

June 30th, 2014 at 4:16 pm

An undeniably wonderful place to go. If you love train nostaglia and ever wanted to hop on a box car and get lost, this place will let you sit back and indulge your fantasies. Its best to request old Trinh Cong Son songs. That's hipster music in Williamsburg,NY, but also works well in Vietnam of all places. Drink snake wine,taste lizards.

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November 2nd, 2012 at 11:46 pm

What a great find this place is! Just spent the evening watching trains go chugging by right in front of our feet and drinking beers for just 12,000vnd per bottle. One of the owners runs a graphic design company, hence the funky decor and classy menu design. It's so refreshing to find somewhere new and funky in Hanoi with great food! The cai lan stirfry with mushrooms was delicious, as were the fried Ray Nem (seafood with pineapple?). They had some moreish beer snacks too like salty fried anchovies, edamame and spicy pickled cabbage. I think they have some interesting specials each day, but they had sold out by 9pm. The woman who runs the kitchen has travelled a lot, so is not afraid to try new dishes. The owners are so lovely, they treated us to 4 rounds of rice wine shots. Make sure you try the red lemon rice wine. Taste like lollies! Be sure to check this place out!

November 1st, 2012 at 4:05 pm

I'm so glad that this place isn't located near my apartment, otherwise I may end up being a hobo strolling around the railway waiting for it to open.

They have a good collection of authentic rice/herbal wine, of which my favorite is the cinnamon. Earthy, strong, aromatic, a perfect fix for the bone-piercing cold of Hanoi in winter. The food is simply amazing, my recommendations are stuffed duck neck, oxtail herbal soup, and their range of papaya salad. If you are fan of tasty and spicy foods, this is the place to go.

"Ray" means railroad in Vietnamese, and it's an honest indication of this place. If you book a table outside, prepare yourself for a clickety-clack sonic attack of the trains departing from Hanoi Station. Not a good place to treat your suicidal friend though.

Highly recommended.

October 22nd, 2012 at 1:24 pm

This small restaurant with 2 floors opened just few days ago. It's very small but very friendly. Better to reserve in advance if you come in a group.
The food list, sometimes bizarre, is very long but the bill is always short. A wide range of rice wine (rượu).

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