Ha Noi Vietnamese Kitchen

Restaurants, Vietnamese East Village
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Ha Noi Vietnamese Kitchen
Photograph: Jonathan Aprea
This 40-seat Park Slope restaurant serves an extensive menu of classic Vietnamese eats. Find pho, canh (hot-and-sour soup), banh mi, and specialties like squid sautéed with lemongrass, fried frog legs, and warm vermicelli topped with grilled pork.


Venue name: Ha Noi Vietnamese Kitchen
Address: 448 9th St
New York
Cross street: at Seventh Ave
Opening hours: Mon–Thu 11:30am–10:30pm, Fri 11:30am–11:30pm, Sat noon–11:30pm, Sun noon–10:30pm
Transport: Subway: F, G to Seventh Ave
Price: Average main course: $8. MC, V
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It's cramped. It's crowded. It's loud. But damn is it worth it.

I came to Hanoi house on a recent Saturday when the group's two criteria were 1) East Village, and 2) "ethnic". My only experience with Vietnamese food before this was Num Pang, so needless to say I was intrigued.

Being that this place opened just a couple months ago, it gets crowded on weekends, so a good plan of action is to go early (hour/hour and a half before you'd ideally like to eat), and put your name down.

The 6 of us ordered way more food than was necessary... but that doesn't mean we didn't finish every last bite. Everything was shared, so if you do come with a group make sure everybody is down to be a little adventurous.

The crispy spring rolls were a huge hit (we ordered plate #2 after devouring the first one before the waitress was more than 3 feet away from the table), as were the frog legs (they're deep fried, just tell your friends you got chicken wings). The shared plates were all amazing, with the star being the filet (because... filet).