This may well be the best escape from Hanoi’s busy centre. Overlooking West Lake around 10 minutes from downtown by taxi, the space is homely and airy, the interior is classic Indochine, in a 1990s version of a colonial villa. There’s a courtyard and indoor areas over 3 floors
The cafe-style menu’s tasty - with plenty of options for the health conscious. They’re serious about their coffee too.
Not a bad spot for a social gathering or to rip through a few hours of work. There were plenty of laptops out during our visits.
We didn’t get to try the Vietnamese menu served in the evening. Look forward to checking it out next time though.
Owner, Australian Pete Wilkes, is a veteran of Vietnam’s hospitality scene and is also behind The Deck House on An Bang Beach, in Hoi An.
Le Maison de Tet Decor hosts a market day on the second Sunday of each month.
Rusty Compass recommendations are always independent. We list the places we think you should know about. That’s it. We paid our way on all visits to Le Maison de Tet Decor and no inducement was received for this recommendation.