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The 10 Best Bakeries in Hanoi, Vietnam

Pain au chocolat
Pain au chocolat | © Free-Photos / Pixabay
Anyone sporting a sweet tooth doesn’t have to look hard to find a tasty bakery in Hanoi. The irresistible aroma of freshly baked bread, pastries, cakes, and more can be found around every corner in the city. Check out the top 10 bakeries in Hanoi!

O'Douceurs

Bakery, French, $$$
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Who can resist a rich chocolate truffle? | © pixel2013 / Pixabay
O’Douceurs has become one of Hanoi’s most beloved local bakeries since its debut in 2014. It is owned by French Pastry Chef Silen Garrigues, who wanted to bring French quality baked goods to Vietnam. He has definitely delivered; his cakes, truffles, and other fresh delicacies charm tourists and locals alike. Discover this small but cozy bakery and enjoy a fluffy, buttery pain au chocolat with a savory specialty coffee.
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Mon - Sat:
7:30 am - 10:00 pm
Sun - None:
8:30 am - 9:30 pm

Meal service:

Dessert, Breakfast, Lunch

Atmosphere:

Cosy, Relaxed

S'Patisserie

Bakery, French, Vietnamese, $$$
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A buttery, flaky croissant goes perfectly with some jam. | © JESHOOTScom / Pixabay
S’Patisserie is a stylish bakery with a stunning view of Hoàn Kiếm Lake. Owned by the Silk Path Hotel, this bakery aims to deliver tasty, quality desserts and uses organic ingredients whenever possible. Their indulgent cakes and delicious lunch menu invite a regular crowd of hungry patrons. This is the perfect place to enjoy a meal and delightful dessert while seeking refuge from the hot Hanoi air.
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Mon - Sun:
7:00 am - 10:00 pm

Meal service:

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert

Atmosphere:

Stylish, Modern

Joma Bakery Cafe

Bakery, Canadian, $$$
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Sweet, glazed donuts | © johnoghue / Pixabay
This Canadian-owned bakery strives to improve the lives of every customer who enters their shop. Not only do they offer a high-quality, delicious menu, but they also dedicate 10 percent of their profits to various organizations around the city. Their coffee is organic and fair-trade, and for any Canadians who find themselves in Hanoi, their Nanaimo bars are a true taste of home. If you’re looking for breakfast, opt for their incredible oat-crusted French toast that is topped with fresh mangoes and whipped cream.
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Mon - Sun:
7:00 am - 9:00 pm

Meal service:

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert

Atmosphere:

Casual, Relaxed

Saint Honore Hanoi

Bakery, French, Vietnamese, $$$
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A delicious assortment of treats | © Pexels / Pixabay
Saint Honore is a popular bakery that serves a wide variety of top-quality menu items to hungry customers. Their gourmet meals, cheeses, and tempting pastries are slightly more expensive than other local dishes, but the outstanding taste and excellent service make them well worth it. Try the sweet yet refreshing passionfruit cheesecake or one of their buttery, melt-in-your-mouth scones next time you find yourself in Hanoi’s Tây Hồ District.
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Mon - Sun:
6:00 am - 10:00 pm

Meal service:

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert

Atmosphere:

Casual, Cosy

The Note Coffee

Bakery, Vietnamese, $$$
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The Note Coffee is a true gem among Hanoi’s many coffee shops and bakeries. This small shop has breathtaking views of Hoàn Kiếm Lake in the morning and they serve one of the best egg coffees in the city. This cosy shop is so unique because of the thousands of Post-it Notes covering the entire seating area: Chairs, walls, floors, and even the ceilings are covered with heart-warming notes that have been left by past patrons. The cheerful staff deliver a personal note to each customer, and everyone is then encouraged to write their own message for others to see. It is a beautiful way to brighten up your day. Don’t forget to pick up a delicious croissant to accompany your coffee!
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Maison Marou Saigon

Bakery, French, Vietnamese, $$$
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Rich brownies and ice cream | © dolvita108 / Pixabay
Maison Marou in Hanoi’s Diplomatic Quarter is a haven for chocolate lovers. The company is Vietnam’s first bean-to-table bakery that exclusively consists of Vietnamese cocoa. Their chocolates are made of the finest cocoa and are wrapped in exquisite packaging. A visit to their shop is a welcome respite from the busy streets and the perfect excuse to indulge in one of their delectable pastries, brownies, or macarons alongside a rich chocolate drink that is to die for.
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Sun - Thu:
9:00 am - 10:00 pm
Fri - Sat:
9:00 am - 11:00 pm

Meal service:

Dessert, Afternoon Tea

Atmosphere:

Stylish, Relaxed

Madame Hương

Bakery, Vietnamese, $$$
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Madame Hương is a delicious bakery known for its Vietnamese specialty cakes that are popular during Tết, the Vietnamese Lunar New Year. This bakery specializes in various types of traditional Vietnamese cakes such as a mooncake, a thin layer of pastry that’s wrapped around a dense, semi-sweet filling of either mung bean or lotus paste. Aside from the pleasant local desserts, Madame Hương offers other fresh breads, cakes, pastries, and more. Don’t miss the rich chocolate éclairs or the incredible crème brûlée.
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Delica-Hans

Bakery, French, Vietnamese, $$$
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Delectable tiramisu cake | © pastel100 / Pixabay
Located on the B1 level of the Lotte Hotel in Hanoi, Delica Hans Bakery creates mouth-watering delicacies every day. Their fresh fruit tarts, pastries, and donuts will perfectly satisfy your sweet tooth and are complemented by a rich latte or cappuccino. Their tiramisu cake is a crowd favorite, as are their buttery croissants which may rival those found in Paris. Check out this boutique bakery for a relaxing treat at any time of the day.
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King Roti

Bakery, Vietnamese, $$$
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King Roti is a pop-up bakery in Hanoi’s Hoàn Kiếm District. Their simple menu consists of four different flavors of roti buns: vanilla, green tea, classic coffee, and chocolate. The menu may not sound like much, but these irresistible buns have generated hundreds of obsessed fans throughout the city. Crispy on the outside yet moist and warm on the inside, each bun is served to eager customers right out of the oven. Because the prices are so low, many come back for a second (or a third) bun.
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The Balcony Coffee and Bakery

Bakery, Vietnamese, $$$
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Pain au chocolat | © Free-Photos / Pixabay
The Balcony Coffee and Bakery is a bright cafe that’s tucked away in the city’s Tây Hồ District. The lovely sitting area is awash with natural light from the floor-to-ceiling window and is decorated with small potted plants and quirky wall designs. Their perfectly soft baguettes are adored by the cafe’s regulars, who also rave about the fresh fruit juices and baked desserts. Among the highly-recommended treats are the red velvet cake, passionfruit mousse, and chocolate croissants. This is one cafe you can easily spend an afternoon in, enjoying the tasty menu and beautiful decor.
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Sun - Mon:
7:30 am - 10:30 pm

Meal service:

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert

Atmosphere:

Cosy, Casual