Le Beaulieu restaurant at the Metropole Hanoi has reopened its doors after a stylish facelift to welcome back Hanoi’s food connoisseurs, who’ll be thrilled to once again enjoy refined French cuisine and wine in an elegant atmosphere.

Since 1901 Le Beaulieu has been an oasis of gourmet luxury for the pioneering expatriate community in Hanoi. Many have frequented the restaurant, including politicians, entrepreneurs, diplomats, and war correspondents, such as Graham Greene, Charlie Chaplin, Catherine Deneuve, Michael Caine, and Sir Roger Moore, among others.

Today the friendly atmosphere of the contemporary haute brasserie sees local and international patrons coming back to enjoy the best and most authentic French cuisine in Vietnam. Le Beaulieu is especially known for its extravagant brunch as well as its live violinist on Sundays.

The hotel’s French Chef Olivier Genique creates original French dishes in an innovative yet simple manner. Committed to serving the finest local and seasonal products, his dishes will captivate the senses.

The recent facelift was done to further enhance the dining experience. Le Beaulieu will continue to impress and delight food lovers as well as act as a culinary window into the French lifestyle here in Hanoi.