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No. 98, To Ngoc Van Street, , Tây Hồ, Hanoi
“As a fashion lover, I really want to join in fashion industry and develop my career as a fashion designer and stylist. However I didn’t know how to start. The course at LCFS gives me a board view about fashion, beside design, pattern cutting etc, I also learnt about trend forecasting and busine...”
Mai pretty much sums it up below... but in my opinion it is ridiculously overpriced. Staff ensure your glasses are always topped up, meaning your bill reaches the max.
Tables everywhere mean it is pretty hard to create a dance floor anywhere, but the music far too loud to have a conversation so looking around I could see most people just drinking and standing around, looking to see who is who but not much else going on.
Similar feel to Models Club or other places where it is all about being seen to be seen.
I actually had a good experience with T Bar, even though it's not usually my cup of tea. The time I was there, the music was a twist of many old songs I know, so it was fun singing along and dancing a bit. Well I must admit that I was pretty drunk when I hit T Bar, so probably it could be fun just anywhere anyway. The crowd was mainly young, posh Vietnamese. The staff was polite, the manager was very nice and attentive. However, I heard the bill was high and I guess I wouldn't be happy if I were the one to pay.
One plus point for T Bar is that it is very ... well-lit. Well, light is important, you know.
What I only love about T Bar is the huge screen: absolutely amazing.
I used to come there several times last summer. But the experience this summer wasn't that good. The music wasn't so updating, they even mixed "Let's get the party started" by Pink, which I first heard of at least 6 years ago. Not to mention some weird non-dance Vietnamese music. After all, why should I stay if the music sucks?
I almost forgot, it's very pricey for every kind of drinks. A dish of fruits and 2 or 3 cocktails can add up to one million dong...
This used to be my fav among the bars in Hanoi, for the great music, unique design, and the young urban crowd that I can totally fit in.
This bar suits better for the young locals than not foreign visitors - I don't think you guys would find this place unique nor attractive.
Now? No more - outdated music, and weird Vietnamese music as well - sorry but I just cannot dance along with that. I go to bars just for dancing only. So if the music does not work - nothing works !!!
Further more, it's too expensive compared to what's offered there.
Ok, I'm explaining why it worths 1 star.
1. There's only one beer brand for you guys. That's Corona.
2. Waiters there suck! If you don't stop them, they keep opening bottles till death. They also do the same with wet tissue.
3. Bartender - Performer. They perform with bottles throwing in the air, then catch em'. The most ridiculous thing is they miss catching the bottles Frequently! Can't help laughing alot!
However, music is cool! :))
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