Bush food without going bush
What we say:
Highway 4 now operates out of five locations in Hanoi, with this one on Hang Tre being next to the original restaurant, which was knocked down in 2010.
The menu is the same at each -- best described as Asian fusion, with an emphasis on the eclectic, and you'll find a wide range of dishes to suit all tastes, with the catfish spring rolls being a well-deserved signature dish.
It's a good place to go to safely try a few Vietnamese dishes and works well for big groups, especially if you're looking to please your Vietnamese and Western friends in equal measure.
People usually order several dishes and share, and even with a glass of their very own son tinh traditional Vietnamese liquors, you can get away with paying less than 250,000 VND per head.
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