Jalus

  • Vegan Vegan
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46 Hang Trong, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi, Vietnam

Opened Nov 2015, a vegan restaurant and cafe with an earthy design. Makes all dishes in-house. Owner supports street and disadvantaged Vietnamese youth. Open Tue-Sun 10:00am-10:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, Pizza, Organic, Western, Juice bar, Delivery, Take-out, Catering, Fusion

98 Reviews

First Review by Allcatsaregrey

increíble - Edit

stunning food. expensive but worth it. thank you for the bamboo straws and your stand against plastic. hope to come back some day

Pros: vegan, gourmet

Cons: expensive

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Lovely service lovely food - Edit

I will be coming back for some desserts! Couldn't even finish my curry it was so much! Tasted sooo good, food heaven in the middle of a weird neighbourhood! Loved the service, such a nice human! ❤️

Pros: food, service, interior design

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A great spot for breakfast - Edit

A welcome find - I had a delicious smoothie and tofu scramble for breakfast overlooking the street. A great hearty breakfast.

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Terrible service - Edit

Lunchtime and they had run out of about 4 dishes that I wanted, so I ordered spinach pasta. After about 20 minutes the waiter comes back to tell me they had run out of that too. I didnt mind too much and I ordered the vegan omelette, and was excited to try it. When my food comes out, it was the pasta, and the waiter said turns out the chef could make it. It was pretty average, 90% capsicum and the smallest amount of spinach. Tiny portion too. Annoyed because I was there for a while and I had gotten excited to try the omelette, and was instead served something really average. Im sure the other dishes are nice, but I wont be going back to find out.

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all vegan hoorah! - Edit

All vegan menu so you dont have to worry about ingredients - choose at will. Entrance looks a bit dodgy going through into a building then upstairs but it is fine. Go there, pick amazing food and relax

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Vegan haven in Hanoi - Edit

Came here on my first night in Hanoi, and was so lovely to walk into a 100% vegan place.

My dad (who is an omni) had the sweet potato and chickpea burger and loved it. I has the mushroom and tofu clay pot, which was really lovely, awesome mushroomy flavour.

The juice with turmeric was nice, too strong of a turmeric flavour personally and it was served warm (just a heads up).

And if you can't find it, look up for the signs, and then look for the group of men sitting in the entry way (they happily move for you to walk past).

Lovely decor here. Overall more expensive than other options in Hanoi but still cheaper than what you'd pay I'm western countries!

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Pros: Good food, completely vegan, air con and nice inte

Cons: Exxy

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modern restaurant and very tasty - Edit

You reach the restaurant, which is on the second floor, over a narrow house entrance. The entrance is easy to overlook. You should pay attention to the small sign with the logo, which is not at eye level. the dining room is relatively small but adequate for about 15 people. There is also a small balcony from which you can observe the hustle and bustle on the streets. The selection of food is good but not too extensive. nevertheless everyone should come here to his taste. there are, for example, spring rolls, pizza, omlette (all vegan). The prices are a little bit higher but still reasonable. I liked it there very much. the employees are friendly and attentive. something unusual is unfortunately the toilet, which is located on the first floor behind a grid. definitely uncomfortable, but probably because of the architecture is it not to changeable. but the restaurant is recommended.

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My favourite vegan place in Hanoi - Edit

The dishes were very healthy, not too much oil and sugar. Mix of western and asian dishes. To me it was a nice change to the unhealthy streetfood. But of course more expensive (~100,000 VND for a dish)

Pros: healthy food, they have vegan breakfast options, good service

Cons: quite expensive, limited options

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ok place - Edit

Food is ok and light, nothing special. Room needs redecoration in my opinion. Music and candles or something.

Cons: room is not nice, no good wibes

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food below average, not for foodies - Edit

Went there as it has nice reviews and ordered several dishes. Nice location and friendly stuff. However, the food was nothing special (everything tasted quite plain which is highly unusual for Vietnamese cuisine in general). Would not go there again.

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Fantastic Vegan Restaurant - Edit

A little bit hard to find on the second floor of a ordinary shop hanois busy old french quarter but its realy worth a visit. Jalus offers a great selection of european, asian and international food. Everything we tried was fantastic and absolutely affordable.

Pros: vast variety, affordable prices, cosy atmosphere

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Very tasty, nice and quiet and good temperature! - Edit

Went there for supper with my wife. It was so nice to get "proper" food, that was 100% Vegan. It tasted so good, and we got totally full for an okay amount of money.

Pros: 100% Vegan, Tasty, Good menu

Cons: I cannot find any cons about this place

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Hidden gem - great breakfast - Edit

Slightly tricky to find (look up!)
But we felt food and super friendly staff. All vegan. We had vegan omelette for breakfast with ice banana coffee - delicious! Would definitely recommend for any vegan or veg in Hanoi.

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It's amazing! so delicious! - Edit

I'm so glad to taste that wonderful vegan food in Hanoi. It's awesome! And it's all vegan❤️😭

Pros: good price , delicious , nice space

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Perfect place - Edit

Friendly stuff, nice atmosphere , great food and not expensive 👌

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Creative and delicious - Edit

One of my favourite restuarants in Hanoi. The menu is creative and different and they have vegan pizza that is delicious! Everything I've tried there has been excellent.
It's something different from the rest of the veggie restaurants in Hanoi and right in the Old Quarter.

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Great Find - Edit

Even with the power outage the staff were very friendly and the jalus salad and bean bowls were both excellent choices! Incredibly cheap too with the lunch costs less than £10!

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Perfect ! - Edit

One of the best pizza (I had the pesto pizza) I've ever ate !
Everything was perfect and the service is very nice as well.
Definitely recommande it !

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everything was delicious,staff is so nice, NO MOCK MEATS OMG :) - Edit

I visited Jalus 4 times during my stay in Hanoi because I wanted to try everything on the menu (sadly, I did not eat everything). The vegan omelet and the gnocchi were OUT OF THIS WORLD. I don't know how else to phrase that. They were two of my favorite things ever and this was by far my favorite vegan omelet that I can recall in general. The curry was also delicious and the bean me up bowl was more of a salad, which bummed me out a little because I was picturing a hot bowl but it was yummy nonetheless. I also had some type of coffee mint frozen something on vegan omelet day and it was perfect. The staff is also so sweet, I had the same server who wears glasses three of the 4 times, and was treated soooo kindly every time :) sometimes they are out of menu items, so just go in with flexibility. And seriously, they make their food out of VEGETABLES. Not a mock meat in sight. I think my body cried tears of for joy eating actual food!

Pros: service , VEGETABLES

Cons: verrryyyyy quiet

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Decent vegan place - Edit

Smoothies were delicious. Loved that they used bamboo straws (and reuse them after thoroughly cleaning them). Not going to lie, when we went we felt the food was ok, despite constantly reading amazing reviews about this place. Maybe we went on an average night?

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Good Juices and Smoothies - Edit

I really enjoyed the atmosphere in this restaurant. It's located on the second floor. I had the spinach cucumber ginger lemon juice and a berry smoothie! That one was really good! So make sure to come here if you're in old quarter!
They also offer bamboo straws which I think are soooo cool for take away drinks or if you use straws at home! I bought one and it's 35000 Dong.

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Great Pizza! - Edit

We had tofu and mushroom pizza, nori rolls and spring rolls here. Pizza was the best, very delicious! Fresh Spring rolls and nori rolls were a bit dry but still good with the sauce. The menu is different than the photos in here, smaller.

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Worth a visit - Edit

We had dinner here twice in a few days. The staff are friendly and good English and the place is clean and comfortable.
We tried the Thai pizza (good and spicy), the gnocchi (delicious) and the spicy potato curry with red rice which was the best meal of the lot...and a huge serving.

Pros: Great food, Friendly staff

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Excellent, tasty food - Edit

We had the lasagne and the raw veggie/bean assortment ("beam me up" plate). I was really impressed with the lasagna. It was full of flavour with a rich, creamy sauce. That alone is worth a visit. The restaurant has a cozy cafe vibe and they have a balcony as well. We also ordered the Hanoi tea, which was served tepid (not sure if normal?), and the coconut milk masala chai, which was delicious. However, for some reason, drinks took a lot of time to be served, with the chai arriving long after we'd gotten our food. The waitress was very friendly.

Pros: Delicious filling food full of flavour , Great café vibe, inviting and warm, Friendly service

Cons: Drinks arrived very late, Hanoi tea was tepid (sor

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sooo good - Edit

This place might be a bit pricey but if you are in Hanoi and can afford it anyhow definitely go there at least once!
Tried the gnocchi and lasagne both were so amazingly good!!

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Great atmosphere! - Edit

The restaurant itself appeared clean and was comfortable but our dishes were a little bland! I would probably eat here again though as finding cafes/restaurants like this are rare in VN!

Pros: We had a lovely waiter who was sweet, friendly and, Chilled vibe, nice atmosphere and decor, Good location

Cons: Food was a little disappointing, The chickpea burger didn't really contain many (if, The restaurant itself was small

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Jalus - Edit

We dined here last night.10/01 Truly a vegan place that should be supported by all vegans.
We had mixed platter, spinach home-made noodles roasted veg salad, blueberry smoothie and finished with Energy Ball and Mud Chocolate Cake.
My only criticisms are the croquettes on the platter were not. The Mud Cake would have been better not using sponge cake base it didn't melt in my mouth.
Jalus has changed some of their dishes, for the better.
They now have great cakes to takeaway for birthdays or any celebrations u might have 350,000d or 4000,000 dong.

Revisited Jalus and we had the vegan tofu omelete and mushroom burger. They both came with too much dressing. The mushroom burger texture and look was pale with sliced mushrooms on the 'burger', far too much bbque sauce (avocado sauce not available) so made the bun taste hot from the bbque sauce. Please put the dressing separate. Let the customers put the basalmic or any dressing themself on. The tofu omelete salad had dressing all over it, losing the natural taste of eating this dish. The drinks passionfruit was lovely and the smoothie ok, needs to be freshly made rather being soooo cooold to drink. Bill was 271.000 ($3:50)

Updated from previous review on 2016-07-25

Pros: Great Vegan Food, Owner speaks English, variety of western type foods

Cons: Has slipped in food quality

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