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Necessity sparks invention: new selling methods emerge during Covid-19

The pandemic has seriously affected many business fields, including retail. However, many retailers have maintained stable incomes thanks to their ability to adapt to new circumstances.

Smorgasbord of cuisines on offer for delivery

Though social distancing restrictions have been eased in Hanoi and HCM City, many restaurants are still delivering food home to treat gourmands safely at home. Minh Thu lists some of her favourites.

Restaurants implement measures to combat COVID-19

With the opening of eateries and cafes in Hanoi, many establishments have set out a range of policies aimed at preventing the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Many restaurants in Hanoi still open despite ban due to Covid-19 spread

Many restaurants in Hanoi are still open, ignoring the local authorities’ ban for Covid-19 prevention.

Restaurants in Nha Trang closed amid coronavirus outbreak

Some restaurants in Nha Trang City in the southern central province of Khanh Hoa have had to temporarily close due to the sharp customer fall amid the coronavirus spread.

Restaurants suffer downturn amid coronavirus fears

Many restaurants in Hanoi, which have been hit by the new fines on drink driving, have experienced a further fall in customers amid the fears of coronavirus.

Restaurants lack customers after drink driving law tightened

Restaurants are reporting a sharp fall in the number of customers after a few days the new fines on drink driving took effect.


Hanoi old villas turned into restaurants

Many old villas in Hanoi which are in the list of being needed for preservation have been transformed into restaurants.

Debt-laden eatery chain’s bank accounts empty: investors

Foreign investors of the loss-making Vietnamese food chain Mon Hue have claimed that some US$80 million has disappeared from the firm’s bank accounts.


Foreigners active in food and beverage startups

VietNamNet Bridge - An American sells roast meat, others sell high-end chocolate, and a Singaporean sells frog porridge. 

Gov’t cracks down on Hoi An bars, restaurants

 Bars in Hoi An ancient city in the central province of Quang Nam must reduce the volume of music from 10pm and stop serving before midnight every day, Nguyen Van Son, deputy chairman of the city People’s Committee told online newspaper.

Ministry of Health cracks down on smoking at restaurants

 VietNamNet Bridge – Inspectors from the Ministry of Health have started to inspect smoke-free restaurants and hotels in Ha Noi as part of efforts to build a non-smoking environment in public places.

Hanoi: a peaceful land for expats to live and do business

VietNamNet Bridge – There are areas in the central area of Hanoi where many Korean and Japanese expats who work here live.

Wild animal restaurants located next to Cuc Phuong National Park

VietNamNet Bridge – Wild animal meat is being sold at luxury restaurants and low-roofed street shops near the Cuc Phuong National Park area.

Vietnamese F&B brands fall into foreigners’ hands

VietNamNet Bridge – The food and beverage (F&B) market has witnessed big changes in recent years, with Vietnam’s most famous brands, one after another, seized by foreign investors.

Eight local restaurants get int’l honors

VietNamNet Bridge – Square One of the Park Hyatt Saigon, Lemongrass, Nha hang Ngon, La Villa French Restaurant, and Hoi An in HCMC, Le Beaulieu at Sofitel Metropole Hotel and Restaurant Bobby Chinn in Hanoi,

McDonald’s plans five restaurants this year

 VietNamNet Bridge – Fast-food giant McDonald’s plans to have a total of 4-5 restaurants in Vietnam this year as part of an ambitious goal for around 100 restaurants in the next decade, McDonald’s Vietnam said.

Vietnamese fast food globalization dream turns far away

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese once hoped to establish Vietnamese-style fast food chains powerful enough to compete with McDonald’s or KFC. However, the dream seems to be too fabulous.

The most expensive roads in HCM City

 VietNamNet Bridge – While the real estate market has been freezing for the last several years, the high end retail premises market has always been boisterous.

Numerous bars, restaurants providing prostitution services detected in HCM City

When the lamps are turned on, karaoke music suddenly stops, dozens of waitresses in bikinis who are flirting with clients hastily seek a shelter is the popular scene whenever the authorities storm karaoke bars or restaurants in HCM City.