Muoi Tieu Cafe, Hanoi - review by Rusty Compass
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Muoi Tieu Cafe, Hanoi

| 07 Jun 2022
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Muoi Tieu Cafe, Hanoi
Food Steet, Tong Duy Tan, Hanoi

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Price guide: $$$

07 Jun 2022

Muoi Tieu is a friendly husband-and-wife-run cafe serving tasty breakfast and lunch fare - and good coffee. In 2019 it relocated to Tong Duy Tan (aka. Food Street Hanoi) and is looking very busy as the city comes out of COVID lockdowns in 2022.

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Muoi Tieu Cafe opened in 2018 in a classic Hanoi setting - an old French colonial villa and courtyard on a picturesque lane. The local couple who own the place have added retro touches. 

Muoi Tieu serves up tasty Western breakfasts and lunches and good coffee. The menu’s concise but diverse. In addition to avocado laden breakfast options, there are interesting creations like a Yakuza Burger - beer battered soft shell crab -  beef goulash and Japanese vegan curry.

Thanh, the chef and husband, spent nine years working in Sydney kitchens before applying his cafe smarts in his home town.

Muoi Tieu Cafe Hanoi (Salt and Pepper Cafe)
Photo: Mark Bowyer Muoi Tieu Cafe Hanoi (Salt and Pepper Cafe)
 

Thanh and his wife Kim are lovely people and they've pulled together a friendly team to create a welcoming little owner-operated eatery - great space for coffee and a bite.

 

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