Pizza 4P Lý Quốc Sư

Pizza 4P, a Vietnamese restaurant opened by a Japanese that serves…. Italian cuisine? This restaurant was highly raved about by my friends who had been to Vietnam, with some telling me that I MUST drop by if I were to visit Hanoi. Having tried lots of pizza straight from the cities of Italy, I thought to myself, how good can this Pizza 4P be? But oh boy, never have I been so wrong in my life.

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The modern restaurant sits right at the heart of the old quarter, with a huge glass window that draws people walking by to peek inside. The restaurant is larger than it seems from the outside. Walking in, you will be welcomed with brick loft walls and even a second floor.




For the best experience, make reservations early and sit in front of the open kitchen, where there is a marble counter and two wood-burning ovens. Dine as you watch the chefs make the delicious pizzas from scratch, how interesting is that!

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Pizza 4P has a wonderful selection of Pizzas and Pastas, and I would not mind trying out everything on their menu if I had the stomach space and money to do so. Their online menu does not indicate the price though, but expect a full pizza to cost around VND 250,000 – 300,000 and pastas around VND 140,000 – 220,000.

House-made Smoked Cheese Bolognese Spaghetti (VND 140,000)

I would say that pesto pasta is an acquired taste, and I am not really a fan of it. My friends loved the Clam and Basil Sauce Spaghetti at Pizza 4P, stating that it was one of the best they had ever tried!

Mixed Pizza and Burrata VND(250,000-300,000 for one full pizza)

What I really loved about Pizza 4P is the option of the half and half pizza, where you are allowed to choose 2 flavours on one pizza. I went with the Burrata Parma Ham Margherita as I couldn’t give their Burrata a miss and their Salmon Miso Cream as I was curious how the fusion of Japanese and Italian cuisine would be like.

Their fondant chocolate cake was not exactly mind blowing, but it was a good dessert to end off a satisfying meal!

For its quality, expect yourself to pay a bit more than the usual the street stalls in Hanoi but trust me, it is worth it! Their staff are extremely professional and can converse well in English, which made it easy for us to get a seat and order. Do remember to make a reservation before heading down as their restaurant gets really busy during dinner time! You can make a reservation on their website which can be found below!

Address: 24 Lý Quốc Sư, Hàng Trống, Hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội, Vietnam

Opening Hours: Daily 10am – 11pm

Note: Pizza 4P has multiple branches in both Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh. The above is – Pizza 4P’s Ly Quoc Su, which is the one we tried.

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