French tacos Hey Pelo opens second branch in Hanoi – Using organic vegetables from Da Lat

PUBLISHED Sep 24, 2021

French tacos from Hey Pelo

It has been three months since the second restaurant of Hey Pelo (59 Phan Ke Binh, Cong Vi, Ba Dinh, Ha Noi) opened in Ba Dinh district, Hanoi.

The restaurant opened on June 1. Tran Ly Thach Thao, who is the restaurant manager said “The owner is French and decided to expand its business because the first restaurant in Tay Ho district is busy. The second one is located in the center part of Hanoi and many Japanese residents live in this area. In addition, Phan Ke Binh street is quite convenient when it comes to delivery business.”

Hey Pelo, the name of this shop means “Hello” to close friends in French. The restaurant is three stories building and customers can easily find it with a vivid yellow-colored sign. There is an open kitchen on the first floor and a customer area on the second and third floors. On the second floor, they and eat and enjoy a chat in the outside area. The size of each floor is 40 square meters and can accommodate 40 people.

The menu includes tacos that customers can choose from sizes S to XL (95,000 VND to 250,000VND); and Combo set with XS size tacos, French fries, and drinks (100,000VND). For tacos, customers can select chicken breast, beef, falafel, sausage. Besides, they can also choose spicy sauce with garlic and tomato, chili sauce and, mayonnaise. For drinks, they have Coca-cola, Fanta, seven up (20,000VND), and beer (30,000VND).

The restaurant is available only for take-away and delivery at this moment. Customers can order via the delivery websites such as Shopee Food and Capichi.

Tran said “We use organic vegetables from Da Lat, which have high quality and safety. We highly recommend our food for some people who like healthy food and vegetarians. We are looking forward to seeing you.”

Opening hours: 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. The parking lot is for 3 cars and 5 motorbikes.

  • Exterior of Hey Pelo

  • The kitchen of Hey Pelo

  • French tacos from Hey Pelo