Khai Tuong

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 5 reviews )

112 A5 TT Giang Vo (at Ngoc Khanh, Ba Dinh District), Hanoi, Vietnam

This restaurant fronts is on Kim Ma and is 150 meters east of Ngoc Khanh and opposite the Myanmar Embassy. It sits amidst a row of buildings set below street level but has a large, well-lit sign. Simple but pleasant decor. No AC in the main room but has a backroom with AC (but no outside view). Parking on the sidewalk at the front. English language menu. Numerous mock meat entrees but also several vegetable entrees.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Buffet, Juice bar, Beer/Wine, Take-out, Vietnamese

5 Reviews

First Review by stellafa

Better now - Edit

Comeback last weekend and the dishes tasted better than years before, they may not be decorated well but were delicious anyway. We tried fried rice, sour soup Sai Gon style, fried spring rolls and sweet-sour veg-ribs

Updated from previous review on 2018-04-11

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Khai Tuong - Edit

I once came here some years ago, was not overly impressed then. I came here today 7th Dec 2016 for lunch. Well time has stood still here. Decor same and menu same. Menu is chock full of fried, processed 'fake' animal products'. I went for fried noodles with vegetables, mushrooms and two raw spring rolls. Fried noodles was swimming oil with mushrooms some carrots and Cai Lan (a greens), and batons of processed soy sausage. Mushrooms were battered and fried. Raw Spring rolls had lettuce, processed soy sausage and something else from soy processed. I did leave the batons of processed soy sausages and noodles.
I made my comments known to the manager about the oily foods it was really heavy and felt a bit queasy. I'll skip this place again. Shame, I did notice Milkshakes and coffee with milk. They did have soy milk listed in the drinks section. Maybe that's why it is vegetarian listed.
My table needed wiping down to start with, had a layer of dust, suggest they wipe all the tables down before starting service.

Pros: Manager was sympathetic to my comments.

Cons: very oily, 90% of the dishes fried., no mixed fresh vegetables available, needs a splash of paint

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Very diverse, friendly staff - Edit

The restaurant is set along the Kim Ma street on an alley below the busy road level, so it is not too noisy. One of my two favourite places in Hanoi.

I go there whenever I want to eat out alone because they have a cheap co'm suat (set menu - 30.000 VND) which provides really good and various type of foods, which allow your belly to get fulfilled in a good way.

Especially their fried sweet potato is terrific. And the soup which accompanies the menu has a great tomato-taste. Also, monks eat there.

Pros: Delicious set menu

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Buffet Party ! - Edit

Plenty of excellent foods and drinks will available for you on the 1th days and 15th days of Lunar month. With the ticket of VND 150,000.
But ....
:-).....Take enough ! Don't Waste ! :-)

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Best veg food in Hanoi - Edit

This restaurant has the best vegetarian food I have had in Hanoi. Everything is fresh and tastes great. The menu is translated in English and the staff are helpful. The owner is very friendly and offered many things for us to try. Prices are reasonable (~30,000 VND for an entree) Highly recommended!

Pros: Delicious food, Decent price, Good selection of foods

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