Hanoisquare Châtelain and Cimetière d'Ixelles
Both Hanoisquare locations offer you street food straight from Hanoi. In Vietnam, the locals enjoy a soup called ‘Pho’ every day. This is a vegetable broth accompanied by meat or fish, simmered for 8 hours. In Vietnam it’s also popular to eat Pho not just for dinner but for breakfast too.
Hanoisquare also offers both hot and cold spring rolls: the name ‘spring roll’ is most commonly for the cold versions whereas ‘nem’ is used for the hot ones. If you’re a noodle lover, then this restaurant also offers different variations of noodle soup. At Hanoisquare you can eat beef salad, grilled food such as beef, chicken, pork, prawns... just as if you were in Vietnam.
If you wish to eat something cold which combines a French tradition with the best ingredients Vietnam has to offer, try out ‘banh mi’. ‘Banh mi’ is a sandwich inspired by French baguettes, soft and tender inside. This sandwich is a dish enjoyed by Vietnamese people every day at lunchtime.
All the dishes at Hanoisquare are bursting with flavour thanks to the use of coriander, black pepper, and chilli. Every dish is also prepared with fresh products. At Hanoisquare Châtelain and Cimetière d'Ixelles, you’ll (re)discover the authentic Vietnam.