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Name: Ren
Address: 8A Hang Chao Str., Đống Đa, Hanoi

Directions: On the diagonal street moving northwest away from the Temple of Literature.

Phone: (+84) (0)24 37338550
21.03054945288845 105.83423745658365 Category:

Description: A small, but well crafted Japanese restaurant near the Temple of Literature.
Rating: 4.42 on a scale of 1 to 5. Based on 21 reviews.

Restaurant Type:
Sit-down restaurant
Opening Hours:

Lunch Set Meals.
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address icon Tầng 2 - Tòa nhà 101 Láng Hạ, Đống Đa, Hanoi

phone number icon (+84) (0)24 6680 828

21 Reviews (Followed by 23 users)

September 15th, 2012 at 3:55 pm


May 24th, 2013 at 6:10 pm

went here for lunch today for the first time. Comparing it to sushi bar, dokoro, and the vast other japanese restaurants in VN, it is pretty great. For 30,000 dong more than dokoro, the kaisen set comes with six or so pieces of tempura, a large pork and potato soup and free dessert vs miso soup, no dessert and no tempura.

The fish in the set was quite good, wish there would have been mackerel but i imagine they change it around and i'd bet mackerel makes an appearance here and there. And it definitely needed some salmon eggs.

the actual restaurant is quite nice and decorative. Also fast and busy for lunch.

Overall a little pricy but the amount of food is pretty spectacular, and it is really close to home, will go again.

Came for the fish, not the biggest tempura fan, something like kaisen chirashi and okonomiyaki, that would be a killer lunch set.

July 3rd, 2014 at 5:52 pm

Yesterday had a Bento lunch box set and was amazing, it came with a really well combined assorted bites of sushi, sashimi and other small portions of veggies and miso clam soup....but the best part was the amazing tonkatsu...will say was the best ever tried in Hanoi, It was like to be in Japan... Its a must for the japanese food lovers... the place is clean and have a nice service staff too...

September 24th, 2013 at 4:17 pm

Right in the middle of a street that is mostly unassuming electrical appliance shops is the first unexpected surprise about Ren’s location and walking in the staff attentively greets you in Japanese walking into a well balanced Japanese modern - traditionally designed dining area with dark wooden tables and Japanese paintings on white walls. It’s simplistic yet calming along with the music with bird chirping sounds.

I was forewarned that the food here is quite hearty so you too should have the same expectations and even you come here either with an empty stomach, on a cold rainy day, or both! Well known with Japanese expats, there are a variety of dishes that are popular including deep fried pork and curry udon which I tried. Eyeing other patrons orders, the deep fried pork lunch set seemed to the most popular and just from the couple of dishes I tried I was put into a delightful food coma by the hearty, yet well balanced lunch set.

The prices here are reasonable and I paid about 250,000 vnd for my order which was definitely worth every bit since it was a good size portion of rice, fried pork, salad and soup which all complement one another. Ren is a real treat in that it’s not your average Sushi joint, but probably closer to what typical Japanese fare is in an elevated fashion, yet eaten with the same zest that you can really dig into your food and not worry that that one sushi roll you ate cost $10.

June 26th, 2012 at 4:38 pm

The food is fabulous. We tried an array of sushi rolls and other dishes, most of which were delicate, delicious, and well-presented. The onigiri with salmon was the only odd dish, since the "salmon" bit was a tiny dab of salmon (1/4 of an inch). Other than that, portions and cost is on par with most Japanese restaurants around town, though the quality is very high. A lot of the entrees were in the 150k-400k range.

Service is also very attentive, without being overbearing. The staff can speak English and Japanese. There are two menus, one in Japanese, which has more items, and the other is pictoral. There's a good selection of sake, and the beers are around 50k (Heineken, Sapporo, etc.) Wines are really expensive (500k+, depending on vintage), available either by the bottle or glass.

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