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Daluva

Wine culture has steadily been gaining traction in Vietnam, a trend nowhere more apparent than at Daluva, whose name means “from the grape” in Italian.
ADDRESS
33 To Ngoc Van, Tay Ho District, Hanoi, Vietnam

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Wine culture has steadily been gaining traction in Vietnam, a trend nowhere more apparent than at Daluva, whose name means "from the grape" in Italian. This bright, stylish restaurant-lounge, lined with booths upholstered in striped, burgundy-hued fabric, is the sort of place where it's easy to while away the evening sipping a bottle of Pinot Grigio or sampling the expertly mixed cocktails that emerge from behind the striking glass bar. The food is no less intoxicating, with tapas that dabble in Mediterranean and Latin flavors—think rosemary lamb kebabs, chili-garlic gambas and chicken empanadas—and mains that cover all the gastro-pub basics, from pizza to gourmet burgers and Australian steaks.

Tel: +84 4 3718 5831


Website:
daluva.com

 

Published on Jan 4, 2011

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