Open everyday for Lunch and Dinner
- Free Wi-Fi
Angelina is where the very best from Europe and the New World comes in perfect measure. The kitchen serves rustic comfort food with a handmade touch, melding the finest ingredients in seasonal dishes to share with friends. Enjoy the very best hand-crafted cocktails, an expertly curated wine list and a world-class whisky selection. The experience is brought together in a sophisticated yet soothing decor with a touch of Scottish highlands and hints of gold, green and blue.
Portions quite small and flavours okay. Not the most authentic but was a good break from Vietnamese food.
Ottimo ristorante, il cibo vario, cotto alla perfezione, anche la pasta, che solitamente è un tasto dolente all’estero, era cotta al dente. Il personale estremamente gentile e disponibile a soddisfare ogni richiesta è sempre con il sorriso! Ci siamo trovati talmente bene che siamo tornati tre sere di fila a cenare qui. Consigliatissimo!
Great restaurant, we will be back!
My wife and I have lived in Hanoi for 5 years, and had never been to the Metropole-- so when we decided to "drop some serious coin" and dine at the Angelina, we were really excited. We're not fancy people. We're just regular folk who like to spend money on nice dinners from time to time. We weren't looking for anything other good food, good service, and some relaxed, yet mildly funky atmosphere. We arrived a little bit early so we could sit at the bar and have a few drinks before dinner. 2 for 1 prices on expensive, yet reasonably-priced drinks--so far, so good. We sat at the bar and waited to be approached by the bartender. After five or so minutes, I waved at the bartender who seemed to be pleasantly surprised that we wanted drinks. We finished our first round and waited to be asked if we'd like another. But it became obvious that we'd have to flag him down again. I know, it seems minor. But in a nice bar (yeah, the bar is nice) it causes a bit of awkwardness. Do I yell out, 'hey barkeep, another round?'; do I wave my arms around or raise my hand; do I stop a hostess or waiter walking by and ask them to get the bartender's attention? Again, I waved him down because waiting patiently was not working. He seemed pleasantly surprised that we wanted another drink. We told him to transfer our drink bill onto our food bill. That was way too complicated a feat, so we paid. But an inattentive bartender wasn't going to spoil our pre-Christmas night on the town, not when we took the time to get all gussied up. 7pm hit, and I was thinking that someone would get us and tell us our table was ready. At 7:15ish I flagged down the hostess to inform HER that we were ready to be seated. We were sat in what looked like a waiting room for the restaurant. There was also an Alice in Wonderland quality about the table. The seats were low, and the table was high, so we felt like we'd shrunk. Then we went down the dinner rabbit hole. There were more TVs than a sports bar. Some of the TVs were showing Fashion programming. Others were just quasi-psychedelic moving patterns. If you're old enough (and American enough I guess) you may remember Max Headroom. It was like that. We ordered steak and scallops. Both were ok, but for the price, you'd be WAY better off going to El Gauchos or Jackson's or Rico-- pretty much anywhere. The side of asparagus we ordered was (and I'm not exaggerating) 3/4ths stems. My wife quipped that they probably gave the the asparagus to the French restaurant. $15 dollars for a bottle of Evian water is fine-- it's a glass bottle after all. It's a fancy place, you mark things up if you're the owner. But having to ask three times for a $15 bottle of water is a little soul-crushing. There was a server station right by our table. We thought it would be handy in the event that our waiter had the same memory affliction as the bartender. But it turns out that the server station was just where they stacked dirty dishes. In sum, we sunk about $200 on drinks we had to beg for to eat in a room that looked like a nightmarish epileptic episode where we were in danger of being crushed by a falling stack of dirty plates. The steak was ok. The scallops were ok. Everything else was comically bad.
Good cocktail & excellent service.
Esperienza eccellente, buona cucina ottimo vino.
Nice atmosphere, good food, professional and friendly service!
Great experience! Good quality food with good service! Worth the visit!
I love the vibes in the evening after dinner, really enjoy ourselves