A growing trend toward vegetarianism and veganism has arisen in all ages and become essential in future due to their increasing awareness of health, the environment and compassion for animals. Veganism and vegetarianism are unfamiliar concepts to most Vietnamese as most of traditional cuisine is made using meat and fat. However, the crowds now welcome the culinary revolution sweeping through Hanoi: sophisticated vegetarian and vegan food prepared with regional influences. Here are some of the most notable restaurants/ places where foreign tourists can enjoy vegan meals.
Gourmet Corner Restaurant
Located on the top floor of Hanoi La Siesta Diamond Hotel & Spa, the Gourmet Corner restaurant boasts the finest view of Hanoi from the 12th floor, overlooking Hoan Kiem Lake, the Red River and the ever-growing skyline of Hanoi. A selected menu of authentic Vietnamese food prepared by experienced 5-star chef, served by a team of attentive waiting staff will savor your taste. The restaurant provide you full meals during the day. Delivery service is also available throughout our hotel chain. Still, you can drop by for a drink and to see the panoramic view of the lake, the river in the sunset. Vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes served by the restaurant are among the highest quality in the city.
Banh Mi 25
Located in the central of Old Quarter and very easy to find, though the store just serve 4 types of bread, many locals and tourist come to taste it . The location are small and mainly served for to-go banh mi. If you are on rush or looking for a quick breakfast, Banh Mi 25 is the best place to visit. It also offers different types of seasonal vegetable stuffing especially for vegans and vegetarians.
Minh Chay is the fist and only brand in Hanoi providing vegan fast food combined with Vietnamese vegan dishes. The owner is developing a strong restaurant system with various services such as luxury restaurant, delivery office lunch, and banquet. In a near future, Minh Chay will be the best provider for healthy and delicious food in Hanoi.