I hadn't taken an infant to a restaurant before so I called ahead to make sure it was OK. The staff on the phone were very accommodating and made a booking for five people and a pram.
The staff helped us with getting the stroller up the stairs and led us into a spacious room that was filled with natural light. Despite bring right next to a busy road, we felt miles away from the big city.
|The Virgins: The Herbalist - $9.00, Sweet Spiced Mule - $9.00|
Ashley ordered the sweet spiced mule, a variation of the Moscow Mule with the addition of cinnamon and other sweet spies. The drink was refreshing yet warming.
|Pho bo- $6.00 per individual serve|
|Master stock chicken with green papaya - $10.50|
|Hanoi Style Grilled Pork - $27.00|
|Caramelised Pork Belly Hotpot - $27.00|
|Soft Shell Crab with Spicy Tamarind Sauce - $28.00|
|Lime Curd with Soft Meringue - $12.50|
|Sage Pudding with Mango Sorbet - $12.50|
|Báhn trôi Tàu - $12.00|
|Hot Soy Milk Doughnut - $2.50|
Our first outing turned out to be very successful - little Charlie slept through the whole meal and we were able to enjoy every dish to the fullest. The staff were super attentive and every dish was delicious.
Cafe Hanoi can be found at the Excelsior Building, corner of Galway Street & Commerce Street, Britomart, Auckland 1010