A warm welcome to all our Hanoi guests.
Please enjoy this edition of EHG Post, with ideas of what to see and do around Hanoi.
Savor EHG’s culinary delights and F&B promotions during the first few months of the year. These include welcoming 2018 with a sumptuous New Year’s Eve dinner, delighting in a traditional Tet Lunar New Year feast or enjoy a romantic Valentine’s Day celebration for two. EHG Post talks to Red Bean Executive Chef Dinh Van Manh about his vision for Red Bean and what inspires him. Meanwhile, Hanoi is famous for its street food and we explore some of the city’s most delicious street food dishes and look at how street food culture arose. Hanoi’s creative scene continues to develop and the newest hub promoting talent, imagination and originality is Hanoi Creative City, recognizable from a striking graphic dragon illustration the height the tower it occupies.
As we head into the Year of the Dog, those visiting during February can delight in Tet Nguyen Dan celebrations. Tet is Vietnam’s most important festival and public holiday where we welcome the Lunar New Year and the arrival of spring.
EHG and all the staff wish you a happy and prosperous Lunar New Year. May all your wishes come true.