Get ready to take your shoes off if you're seated upstairs. Food was good, especially the pork spring rolls. Get ready to see some different menu selections e.g. Snails, frog legs, insects...
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Many people seem to think that this place is some sort of an upscale restaurant, thought they explain exactly what place it is on the website. It's not a restaurant, it's a traditional sort of pub where people drink liquor and enjoy the dishes that...More
I don't normally respond to any reviews at all but I'm very glad to hear from somebody who has clearly understood what Highway4 is all about. Exactly, we are a liquor tavern where eating and drinking go hand-in-hand. Entering Highway4 understanding the concept anybody should...More
Staff were great even though we only spoke English and they semi understood. Air con and fans were turned on, iced tea came out and the food we ordered was ready soon afterward (short wait of maybe ten mins). Small discount was given due to...More
Absolutely loved having food here with friends, drinking and snacking and laughing for hours! They practice a kind of "drinking hangout" culture where the small "tapas-like" dishes are supposed to be enjoyed with a beer and a few friends, and the ambience was just incredible....More
We went here twice, following a recommendation (Thank you Linh!) The food is really good, interesting and imaginative. Great banana flower salad. Enjoyed sampling several varieties of Son Tinh - interesting!
As an ex- resident in Vietnam, no trip to Hanoi would be complete without going to Highway 4. And as ever, it did not disappoint. We opted for catfish spring rolls, spicy calamari, pork ribs, pork loin and Highway 4 rice, and two Son Tinh...More
One of the finest restaurants in Hanoi I've eaten so far. It's a bit more expensive than other local ones, but the flavor and service are worth coming. The best ones are tofu with salted egg, all beef relating and mushroom.
Just a great option for dinner. Pretty trendy for Vietnam I think. Small dining room downstairs, didn't see upstairs but based on the traffic seemed bigger, possibly a bar area. Quiet enough for conversation, great food, limited drinks options. (They had only a couple of...More