From The Roof of Indochine

The Hill Station was born out of a long lasting love and admiration for the area once called the Tonkinese Alps, its inhabitants and their unique culture and cuisine.

Our first restaurant, The Hill Station Deli & Boutique, opened it’s doors in early 2011 and aimed at linking the French heritage of Sapa as a colonial hill station with the area’s ethnic culture and produce.

Since then our goal has been to introduce our guests to the rich culinary and cultural tradition of this unique location nestled in the shadow of Fansipan mountain; passionately called The Roof of Indochine.

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The Hill Station Signature Restaurant aims to provide visitors to Sapa a chance to sample authentic ethnic food from the area in a cozy and contemporary setting while enjoying the panoramic views of the valley below.

The deli is the perfect place to unwind with a glass of imported wine and some high quality charcuterie and cheese in order to enjoy a true taste of home while visiting this remote region.

Situated in one of the most characteristic buildings in this beautifully preserved UNESCO heritage town it offers the perfect sanctuary from the busy streets outside.

Craft beers & cider on tap, signature cocktails made exclusively from our homemade rice wines and locally sourced tapas makes for a unique and fresh addition to the Hanoi nightlife scene.