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Asian Cuisine

Akari Restaurant
Address: Floor 16, Ruby Plaza Building, 44 Le Ngoc Han St., Hanoi Tel: 2220 6626 
Japanese modern and traditional food

Hai Duong Xanh Restaurant
Address: 102 Thai Thinh St., Dong Da Dist. 
Seafood

Asahi Hot Pot
Address: 76 Trieu Viet Vuong St., Hanoi Tel: 3944 7966 Fax: 3944 7686 
Japanese food

Asayu Restaurant

Address: 51 Ly Thuong Kiet St., Hoan Kiem Dist. Tel: 3941 2139 
Vietnamese food

Asia House Restaurant

Address: 9A Da Tuong St. Tel: 3941 1234 Fax: 3942 7403 
Indian food

Bach thao le nhan ngu tra quan Restaurant

Address: 94A Tran Dai Nghia St., Hai Ba Trung Dist. Tel: 3623 1146 
Trung Quoc tea

BBQ Chicken Restaurant
Address: 35 Trang Tien St., Hoan Kiem Dist. Tel: 3936 6534/ 3936 6535 
Korean cuisine

Chie Restaurant
Address: 73 Trieu Viet Vuong St., Hai Ba Trung Dist., Ha Noi Tel: 3825 8809 

Chieu Que Restaurant
Address: 77 Ngo 252, Tay Son St. Tel: 3857 4658 
Asian cuisine

Chiku - Rin Restaurant
Address: 1124 Hoang Quoc Viet St. Tel: 3793 2096 
Japanese cuisine

Han Kook Kwan Restaurant
Address: 31 Nguyen Chi Thanh St., Dong Da Dist., Ha Noi Tel: 3831 8641 
Authentic Korean food 

Hananoki Restaurant
Address: 68 Pham Huy Thong St., Ba Dinh Dist. Tel: 3771 9818 
Japanese food

Hanayuki Restaurant
Address: 15 Dao Tan St., Ba Dinh Dist. Tel: 3766 8972 
Japanese food

Hazuki Restaurant

Address: 21 Chua Lang St., Dong Da Dist. 
Japanese food

Kameya Restaurant
Address: 18 Trung Hoa St., Cau Giay Dist. Tel: 3786 8598 Fax: 3786 8598 
Japanese food

Khazaana Indian Restaurant
Address: 1C Tong Dan St., Hoan Kiem Dist., Ha Noi Tel: 3934 3513 Fax: 3934 3514 
Authentic Indian food

Kichi Kichi Restaurant
Address: 40 Ton Duc Thang St., Dong Da Dist. Tel: 3848 9420 

Kim Hoang Gia Restaurant
Address: 15B Trang Thi St., Hoan Kiem Dist. Tel: 3936 8462 
Japanese food

Kimono Restaurant
Address: 52 - 54 Ly Thuong Kiet St. Tel: 3936 7629 Fax: 3936 8569 
Japanese food

Kinh Hoa Dai Tuu Lau Restaurant
Address: 189 Hoang Hoa Tham St., Ba Dinh Dist. Tel: 3843 5933/ 3847 0461 Fax: 3847 0462. 
Chinese cuisine

Korean Gim Bab - Bi Bim Bab Restaurant
Address: 161 new Khuong Trung St., Thanh Xuan Dist. Tel: 3568 3386 
Korean cuisine

Korean Restaurant
Address: 36 Ngo Thi Nham St., Hai Ba Trung Dist., Ha Noi Tel: 3822 8454 

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