Hanoi House

Phloen Chit welcomes a Vietnamese restaurant. 

The 4-storey somtam shophouse in Maharun Plaza, Madam Somtam, has branched out another spots just next door of Thainiyom as a Vietnamese restaurant named Hanoi House with a colorful attraction of setting.
After the owner who has learned the true taste in cooking technique and crucial herbs of Vietnamese cuisine from local people in Hanoi and Hoi An, she has brought the spices and herbs to make the TK (BTK) and beef pho (BTK) which she claims the effort process of 8-9 hours long of simmering the pho soup. While the nam nueng (BTK) which the authentic dry flour wrap holds pork-neck dumplings and sweet sauce. Grilled หอยโข่ง with minced pork (BTK) is also simply delicious. 

Joining Thainiyom and La Monita’s shophouse row is Vietnamese restaurant Hanoi House, from the same owner as Madam Somtam, another Mahatun Plaza institution.

The restaurant was inspired by Siriyakorn "Nicky" Thongton’s travels around Hanoi and Hoi An, a culinary journey during which she picked up the cooking techniques to give her confidence to start her own Vietnamese restaurant.

The restaurant’s decor is classic, with dark wood contrasted by colorful, traditional lanterns. The single-page menu includes Vietnamese staples like the eight-hour-stewed beef pho (B150), which arrives in a traditional Vietnamese ceramic bowl.

The nam nueng (pork neck dumplings, B220) comes with a rice-paper wrap and a homemade sauce of coconut sugar and lime juice. Less conventional but simply delicious are the grilled snails with minced pork, lemongrass and garlic (B150).

Venue Details
Address: Hanoi House, Mahatun Plaza, 888/26 Phloen Chit Rd., Bangkok, Thailand
Area: Ploenchit
Cuisine: Vietnamese
Open since: December, 2017
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