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This is the original location of a restaurant family famed for adapting Vietnamese cuisine for Western palates, although with increasing popularity it beccomes harder to please everybody. There are now four other branches in Hanoi: check the website for locations. Come for small plates to share, cold beer and funky decor.
In Vietnam, Highway #4 itself is not just a single continuous path but a network of strategically important routes that wind along much of the length of the Sino-Vietnamese border. It is divided into Highways 4A, 4B, 4C, 4D, 4E and (with no letter F in Vietnamese!) 4G as follows:
This main route services the north of the country, linking major urban centres throughout the mountainous regions, passing through undoubtedly some of the most stunning scenery in South-East Asia. These rural areas have long been famous for hosting a variety of forest produce used in traditional medicine and the soaking of traditional liquor.
Go to Highway 4, you won't be disappointed. We had the BBQ Ostrich, the Pigeon in pepper sauce and the morning glory to name but a few awkward dishes. All the other food here is also amazing!