Sunday - the most worshipped day of the week - one where we can leave all stress behind and spend time for yourself or with your loved ones. Make every Sunday a perfectly indulgent affair with some of the tips for the weekend from InterContinental Hanoi Landmark72, whether you’re a local Hanoian or visiting this beautiful city.
Chaotic on one hand but peaceful and quaint on the other, Hanoi is a mysterious city with so many different sides to it, that even local people are still tirelessly exploring. The city is especially pedestrian-friendly during weekends, with most main streets in the city centers free of motor-vehicles; so do miss the chance to stroll around Old Quarter and Hoan Kiem Lake especially, and take as many curious photo opportunities as you can.
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Hanoi is famous for its vibrant, inviting street food scene at every corner of the city, along with a great mix of restaurants serving cuisines from authentically Vietnamese to every other cuisine in the world. Nevertheless, if you’re in Hanoi or visiting the city on the first Sunday of every month, do NOT miss out the most exclusive Sunday Brunch experience at InterContinental Hanoi Landmark72, with price starting from VND1,500,000++ per guest.
Held only once per month and with a different theme every time, we live up to our reputation of the leading culinary destination in Hanoi, by bringing the best products from world-famous culinary brands, signature dishes from all 4 restaurants and bars, as well as unique complementary entertainment options every month, from fashion shows to art showcases, for the most epic, exclusive brunch experience.
Upon arrival at THE exclusive Sunday Brunch, every happy diner is welcomed with the signature cocktail specially crafted by our talented team at Q Bar for the brunch of that month. Guests booking more premium packages are also invited to enjoy the exquisite Bollinger Champagne.
Featuring the best in culinary from all our restaurants, the brunch buffet spreads across all 4 dining venues. The most well-loved corner HAS to be our array of fresh seafood, with premium imported options fresh off the ocean, from a variety of French oysters, Russian king crabs and Canadian lobsters.
Our Culinary team is also on hands at other buffet counters to prepare the best hot dishes for you, with a great variety every month, featuring both local and Asian favorites, with contemporary European flairs. Also, do not forget to visit our dedicated rooms for imported cold cuts and cheese!
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Last but not least, treat yourselves to a buffet of mouth-watering desserts from our talented Executive Pastry Chef Serhat Mizrakli. Chef Serhat takes pride in redefining the dessert experience in Hanoi, with his creative, exquisitely fashioned treats that push the boundaries between sweet and savory. You can always enjoy his delicious creations when visiting our hotel’s deli counter anytime. Discover his latest Summer Collection here: https://www.facebook.com/pg/ICHanoiLandmark/shop
Discover more about our monthly edition of Sunday Brunch on the first Sunday of every month on the hotel’s Facebook page or here: https://landmark72.intercontinental.com/three-spoons-restaurant. Do not miss the opportunity to have a truly indulgent Sunday with your loved ones, and book in advance with us, via phone at 84 24 3698 8888 (extension 5440) or email email@example.com.
Hanoi is famous for its coffee culture, so enjoying a cup of coffee and engaging in endless chit-chats with friends and family is usually a local people’s favorite weekend activity. The signature Vietnamese black coffee is awakeningly strong, and can be enjoyed with or without condensed milk.
Have you heard of such interesting variations of Vietnamese coffee as egg coffee and coconut coffee though? If you haven’t got the chance to try, your visit to Hanoi is not complete then. Head out to Giang Cafe (39 Nguyen Huu Huan) for the strongest coffee topped with rich, milky egg foam; and to one of the famous Cong Cafe (at various locations: http://congcaphe.com/) for an interesting and surely addictive combination of traditional black coffee blended with ice and coconut milk.
If you’d like something more relaxing, go for the Afternoon Tea set at The Hive Lounge, InterContinental Hanoi Landmark72, where you can enjoy an elegant medley of sweets and savouries crafted by Chef Serhat - our pastry wizard, perfectly paired with DAMMANN Freres tea, while enjoying the sweeping view of Hanoi underneath your feet.
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