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Nolas was some lovely restbite from the madness of the city... we visited about 3pm on a saturday and it was very quiet, but felt a bit dingy and not much personability behind the service. I appreciate the quietness, but it felt almost a little...More
I’m giving this a 5 because theydo the best and cheapest Margheritas! I just love the roof top! I found this place 5 years ago and had some lively discussions there, so it’s also aligned with memories. My friend and I have returned 3 times...More
We found Nola’s Cafe searching for peace and quiet in Hanoi. It’s a wonderful city, but for us who aren’t used to the constant noise, traffic and chaos, it’s great to find a spot where you can get away from it all. Great cocktails and...More
We decided to drop by after a day of walking tour around hanoi with our local tour guide who is a law student from a local university. When our tour guide told us that she is unaware of this cafe, I know then that this...More
Nola cafe is such a unique place. It is hidden down an alley way in plain sight in the old quarter. It’s a unique arty oasis of little quiet rooms once you’re inside. I tried the juice, which was fine. But I think the best...More
Hidden off of the street thru an alley, Cafe NoLa boasts the most unique atmosphere of anywhere in Hanoi. Winding staircases, twirling umbrellas, antique furniture, this place is quaint AF.
We only had cocktails here and they’re just fine. This is a great place to...More