Hao Chi, Taiwanese restaurant, opens third restaurant in Hanoi

PUBLISHED May 22, 2021

Authentic dishes at Hao Chi Dimsum Taipei

The third restaurant of Hao Chi Dimsum Taipei (8A Ly Thuong Kiet, Hoan Kiem, Ha Noi) opened on 1st May in Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi.

The restaurant offers authentic dumplings, porridge, and other traditional Taiwanese cuisines. Nguyen Van Nhat who is the owner of the restaurant said their second restaurant that was opened in February in Cau giay district is popular with Hanoians, so that they have decided to open the third one to expand the space.

The size of the restaurant is 100 square meters and they have 12 tables. In total, the restaurant can accommodate 42 customers. They designed the restaurant to have a private space with individual small partitions.

The menu has steamed dumplings with shrimps, cod, and salmon (49,000VND to 59,000 VND), green dumplings with special vegetables and dried mountain jelly vegetable that was supposed to be served for ancient kings (49,000 VND), steamed buns with BBQ pork (39,000 VND), fried spring rolls with shrimps (59,000 VND), seafood fried rice, pumpkin soup, and porridges.

For drinks, they have Taiwan-style orange milk tea, watermelon juice (40,000 VND each), orange and kumquat tea (40,000 VND), bottled Saigon beer (30,000 VND). They also have a combo menu such as porridge and dumplings with drinks (109,000 VND to 699,000 VND)

Nguyen said “our restaurant is the place where our customers enjoy our food. We want to offer our excellent food and service with safety and good for health.”

Business hour is from AM 10:00 to PM 1:30 and from PM 5:00 to 9:30.

  • inside of the restaurant

  • inside of the restaurant

  • Dishes at Hao Chi Dimsum Taipei

  • Drinks at Hao Chi Dimsum Taipei