Named after the tropical fruit that looks like a purple peach, Mangosteen was opened as a very first Swiss style restaurant in Hanoi. Located inside the five-star Movenpick Hotel Hanoi, the restaurant bears strongly the luxury and upscale quality.
The interior of Mangosteen is distinctive from other restaurants in Hanoi with subtle color tones of white, brown and purple which are convinced by Bangkok-based LEO Design weaves its way through contemporary pieces of furniture, wall art and table settings, while a strictly metallic show-kitchen serves as the restaurant's centerpiece.
Under the talented hands of Chef Colin Ong, Mangosteen brings to gourmets delicacies of Vietnam and Swiss and combinations of both. Some recommendation for gourmets are Asian-inspired Prawn, Papaya and Green Apple Salad, tossed with white radish and wasabi dressing; and the Kasespatzle, an oven-baked noodle topped with Emmenthal cheese and a side bouquet of garden lettuce — a European classic.
Take Ly Thuong Kiet St first. Keep moving until you reach the intersection of it and Phan Boi Chau St. Continue going for a short distance. The restaurant is on the right hand side and close to Movenpick Hotel Hanoi