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Daluva Restaurant And Bar

Name: Daluva Restaurant And Bar
Address: 33 To Ngoc Van, Tây Hồ, Hanoi

Directions: Take Nghi Tam / Au Co to Xuan Dieu St., turn on TO NGOC VAN (15 minutes from Hoan Kiem)

Phone: (+84) (0)2437-185-83
21.06855242188602 105.82433380186558 Category:

Description: Innovative all day cuisine in a casual environment. From early morning breakfast, perfectly brewed coffee, and fresh well priced lunches to top notch hand crafted cocktails and micro brewed draft beer, Daluva Restaurant and Bar has it all.
Best burger in Hanoi and home of the Philly Cheesesteak.

Rating: 4.75 on a scale of 1 to 5. Based on 16 reviews.

Restaurant Type:
Sit-down restaurant
Opening Hours:
Morning, Lunch, Afternoon, Evening, Late
Burgers, craft brewed beer, hand crafted cocktails, innovative and seasonal all day menu.
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5 reviews

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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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July 21st, 2016 at 1:59 am

Daluva has one of the most innovative menu's in Hanoi. I was skeptical about the special of the day but when I tried them I was very impressed with the quality of the food. Service is good and the owner is affable and makes guests feel welcome.

December 8th, 2015 at 4:48 am

This is a place that does wow me, but I have trouble knowing how to fit it into my social life template. It's not exactly what I want to use for a professional dinner, but it is a bit more than casual bite out. I'm kind of settling on lunch/weekend brunch.

The food is consistently creative and very, very good. It is a touch on the pricey side, but not for a couple times a month visit. Cocktail menu is worth visiting for on its own. They appear to apply the all-the-rage locavore ethic to it when formulating unexpected combinations.

I'm always surprise there aren't more people here. Seems like the sort of play hipster Hanoi would flock to.

June 29th, 2015 at 6:13 am


Really creative and tasty food. Almost everything I've had here has exceeded my expectations.

I highly suggest you drag at least one of your friends/family in with you so you can enjoy the Chef's Menu on the first page (2+ people required). It's a great selection of Shay's dishes to sample at a reasonable price. Ordering a la carte is good too but can get pricy.

As much as I like the food here the cocktails are even better. Shay has constructed some truly ingenious combinations which I have never been less than absolutely impressed by.

I'm surprised this place isn't full all the time.

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June 20th, 2015 at 1:57 am

Had great social with a big group of friends last night. Gotta say the beer and service were great, but the food was awesome. Chicken wrap was very delicious but I particularly appreciated that it was so textured. Unlike all wraps I've had before it was cripsy, fresh and the chicken was also crispy outside with a delicate middle. Hard to describe to do it justice but I HIGHLY recommend it.

Only negative was the air con downstairs was struggling to keep it cool though it wasn't hot. But then maybe I am just a bit of a sweaty guy. Hence 4 not 5 stars but maybe that's a little harsh of me.

Well worth checking out. Thanks Daluva.

March 5th, 2015 at 11:16 am

Easily among the most underrated restaurants in the city. I'm not entirely sure why it stays that way.

The menu is creative with good (but not obscene) portion sizes at a reasonable price. The cocktail list is fun and also shows the care being put into the product. They serve the best local beer (Goldmalt) available on tap. All around, the sort of place I'd expect to thrive in many cities.

And strangely, I don't think I've ever seen them really busy on an average night where they didn't have some event going. Maybe the price is slightly too expensive to be seen a completely casual meal, while the decor too casual to be a fine(ish) dining destination. It's not quite a bar proper, but maybe its best case scenario would be to be treated as one with stellar food?

Inferior places not far away seem to have been adopted in numbers for no apparent reason. Do yourself a favour and give them a go.

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