The restaurant features an unique and modern style with romantic ambiance. Le Beaulieu will serve you with many typical types of Western food, in case you are not familiar with Vietnamese traditional cuisines
Laying inside and was established at the same time with renowned Sofitel Metropople Hotel Hanoi, La Beaulieu is the oldest upmarket restaurant of the capital city. Going through more than one century, the restaurant has gained great reputation in both flavor and presentation as a venue of dazzling soirée and sublime Sunday brunches.
Luxuries, elegant, subtle, stunning and superb are words to describe the ambiance inside La Beaulieu with a unique Sofitel blend of Indochinese and French architecture. The floors are marble and wooden parquets, windows looking out crowed street, sparkling chandeliers during night.
The lavish menu of delicacies has satisfied many world famous war correspondents, politicians, entrepreneurs and diplomats to Vietnam. Some examples are Lobster cooked with pastis, Mince, Mince & Cheese, Peppered Steak, Steak & Cheese, Lamb with Mint & Peas, Cottage (potato top), Curried Vegetable, Bacon Egg & Cheese, Rogan Josh, and Chicken & Mushroom.
For the enjoyment of such high-grade meals, gourmets may have to pay from US$50 up to $100 per person per meal.
Take Ly Thuong Kiet St first then turn left to Ngo Quyen St. Take your second turning to the right. The restaurant is inside the Sofitel Metropole Hanoi hotel, which is on the left hand side of the street
Facilities & Services
- Non-smoking restaurant
- Air conditioning
- Credit card / Debit card accepted
- Take away
Menu & Price
To be updated!