Cafe Le Malraux, Hanoi

3.5 out of 5 stars 2 Reviews

6 Nha Tho, at Hang Trong

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  • Me pouring over the books at the cafe.
    Me pouring over the books at the cafe.
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    Cafe Le Malraux in Hanoi
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    Marc looking chipper over breakfast.
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    Cafe Le Malraux: Yummy French Crepes

    by Etoile2B Written Nov 26, 2007

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    Breakfast our first morning in Hanoi was at Le Malraux, a small French Bistro in the heart of Hang Bong Street. As is the case with most restaurants in the city, they cater to tourists. But they provide a decent meal at a reasonable price. It was a nice little place to catch up on journaling while noshing on fresh crepes, orange juice and coffee. They are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, but don’t expect to see any locals here, except for the waitstaff.

    Favorite Dish: We both enjoyed crepes and fresh squeezed orange juice.

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    Cafe Le Malraux: French Territory

    by pez Updated Aug 2, 2003

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    Very French cafe. Some food and furniture for sale, but a lot of people go there for the drinks & to hang out with local Francophone expats. No air conditioning.

    Favorite Dish: Pastis with water, on the rocks.

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