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Name: Jade Restaurant
Address: 71 Kim Ma (inside Nha Hat Cheo), Ba Đình, Hanoi
Phone: 093878 2828
21.03173745259069 105.82710960169982 Category:
Rating: 4.7 on a scale of 1 to 5. Based on 23 reviews.

Restaurant Type:
Sit-down restaurant
Opening Hours:
Lunch, Afternoon, Evening
Singapore Chilli Crabs, Singapore Chicken Rice, Wanton Noodle (Singapore Hawker Food)
Take Out:
JadeJason Yang has taken control of Jade Restaurant's TNH web presence.
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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 !...

23 Reviews (Followed by 8 users)

September 5th, 2013 at 9:29 pm

Two things I will talk about:
-Solo or Orgy dining?
-The best (and only?) Nasi Lemak in Hanoi

::Solo or Orgy dining?::
I usually eat here alone, because it's smack-dab in between my home and work. It works, though one is not fully appreciating the menu solo as you can really only get one main.

To enjoy the goodness of Jade's menu on a basic level, go to Jade's with at least two people and order an appetizer and two mains between you two.

To optimally enjoy Jade's menu, go with at least three or more people, so you can order at least three mains and two appetizers.

::The best (and only?) Nasi Lemak in Hanoi::
From Fridays to Sundays, Jason, Jade Restaurant's man, serves Nasi Lemak. Before I go into that...

...Last week, I had the best late-night Nasi Lemak Kuala Lumpur has to offer. It was damn good, except the rice could have been better...

...Jade Restaurant's Nasi Lemak is damn good, the coconut rice being the best part.

Who ever says the rice is the best part of the dish?

Dasrite lover, I just said that: the coconut rice was the best part of an overall amazing dish.

Jason #1

November 13th, 2012 at 1:01 pm

I haven't done a serious restaurant review in about 4 years on here and to be honest i thought i'd probably not bother at all again since my last.

However, Jade deserves a special mention, taking in mind that i wouldn't write a review till i'd used the place often.

Not sure why people find it hard to find, found it first time without much effort.

The place itself, well it's different, hard to place a narrative to it at first, and that's what you probably discuss on your 1st visit. That's until the food you ordered arrives, then you actually forget that conversation.

I am a fussy eater so stick to certain dishes, but with a few words with Jason, he can transform a dish somewhat to your liking.

Jason is also a big plus as any good owners/chefs tend to be. He's always seems to be there, not sure if he has a break at all (Maybe daytime). He's enthusiastic , covers the crowd/tables well and seems to act on all requests (Within reason i guess).

All in all, i hope Jade continues as is, and if there are plans to go bigger/better places, i hope Jason sticks true to the beginnings, which a few establishments in Hanoi seemed to forget when branching out.

June 30th, 2014 at 2:47 pm

The food is certainly good, but I don't particularly like going there. I go there anyway, but I would rather order it for delivery. Jade doesn't have an active delivery system, so I'd never do something silly and mean like take off a star. But certain things need to be considered. When I go there I feel like Im sitting in a lobby.

If I want chili crab after a lusty Ho Ngoc Ha concert, I still wouldnt want to eat chili crab in a lobby, even if Ho Ngoc Ha's concert were in that same building.

Even if I were dating Ho Ngoc Ha,and wanted to take her out to dinner after her concert in that very building, I would still take her to a plastic table by a nearby lake and have chili crab delivered from--somewhere...maybe even Jade--assuming, of course, that Jade had effective delivery. I'd make My Tam sit in a lobby and eat chili crab, but she's probably used to it by now.

June 5th, 2012 at 10:20 pm

WOW! it has been a long time since I have been so impressed with a new place, especially one without a lot of press.

I was looking for a good place to go with the Mrs and stumbled upon the above review tucked away in the restaurant section. It was close to home and had foods listed that we both liked (which almost never happens)

We tried only two dishes, but there was a wide range of mouth watering choices to choose from.

My wife had an avocado shake and the Singapore fried noodles. I had Tra Da and one of the most wonderful dishes I have had in ages...

It was the Kung Pao chicken. When I read about this in the other review, I just assumed it was going to be a Singaporean dish that vaguely resembled what I know as Kung Pao chicken from American Chinese restaurants back home... however I was surprised to find it was the real deal.

This is the first time in Hanoi that I have found REAL Kung Pao chicken, and every spicy bite was heaven on earth.

This place is a real find, and from what I saw could be in real trouble. The other patrons were mainly using it as a coffee shop and wifi work center.

The owner is a wonderful host and speaks English, Vietnamese and (presumably) Chinese fluently. The prices are among the most affordable in town (especially considering the generous portion size).

I would highly encourage everyone to try this incredible culinary secret located in the heart of Ba Dinh district.

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August 24th, 2012 at 2:07 pm

I live over in Tay Ho but still try to come here once a week to get my fix of Hainan chicken rice and proper homemade wonton noodles and wontons. All the food we've tried has been very good. Little hard to find as it's situated in the lobby of a large concert hall on Kim Ma - you think you're coming to the wrong place, but persevere, it's worth it. The owner/chef Jason told us he's "living his food dream" by finally running his own restaurant and is a very enthusiastic and welcoming host.

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