Phở: Coming to Hanoi, it is impossible to ignore pho, especially beef noodle soup, which usually has two main types: cooked and rare. Cooked beef are pieces of beef that are boiled in broth, and rare beef is thinly sliced ​​meat, quickly blanched in boiling water. Then, the seller will arrange those slices of meat on the noodle soup, pour the broth and serve the diners. Some reference addresses are Pho Thin, Bat Dan, Tu Lun, Pho Lam, Hang Vai street, Pho Tram Yen Ninh street.
If you want to try other versions, the suggested address is Nguyet restaurant at 5 Phu Doan, Cham restaurant 63 Yen Ninh, Lan Ong mixed chicken noodle soup or Ngu Xa noodle soup.

Vermicelli grown in Hanoi costs 20,000 – 40,000 VND. This vermicelli dish is often sold at shops selling ribs, vermicelli, etc. Some famous delicious places in Hanoi must include Ms. Loan’s shop (at the beginning of Dien Bien Phu street), Hang Luoc, Hang Trong. , Cau Go, Lane 18 Ham Long…
Finding vermicelli in Hanoi is not difficult, diners can go to noodle shops in Hai Ba Trung, Dang Dung, Hoe Nhai to eat hot noodles. A bowl of snail vermicelli has about 6-7 pieces of snails, filled with crab broth, beef topping, ear rolls, sometimes even duck eggs.

Another version is cold snail vermicelli or snail vermicelli. Some famous shops are Co Xuan snail noodle shop in O Quan Chuong, or snail vermicelli at the beginning of Bui Thi Xuan intersection, or the famous Co Giang snail noodle shop on Luong Ngoc Quyen street. The price for each bowl is usually from 30,000 to 40,000 VND.
Vietnamese colocasia gigantea noodle soup (Bún bung) is a popular dish of Hanoians. No one knows exactly when it appeared, but in the 1990s, this noodle dish was sold a lot on the sidewalks of the capital. “Bung” is the word for dishes that have to be boiled for a long time with a lot of water. Bun bung in Hanoi costs from 30,000 VND a bowl. This dish is often combined and sold at shops selling ribs and vermicelli. Some places that are frequented by Hanoi diners are restaurants on Cau Go street, Mrs. Minh (Dong Da)…
Cha Ca La Vong : Cha Ca La Vong was born in 1871, invented by the Doan family. From a rustic dish, Cha Ca gradually became the quintessence of Ha Thanh cuisine to this day. “Cha fish” is made from the most delicious fish, especially salmon. “La Vong” is the image of an ancient general, a talented person with the will to wait for a great opportunity.
Fish meat is carefully filtered, bones are sweet, fragrant and fragrant. Dill vegetables, sliced ​​scallions mixed in hot fish pan. When eaten in combination with grilled rice paper, vermicelli and shrimp paste – an indispensable thing to help create a rich flavor. Some suggested addresses: Cha Ca La Vong No. 14 Cha Ca Street; Thang Long fish cake No. 21 Duong Thanh; Lao Ngu fish cake number 171 Thai Ha…
West Lake shrimp cake

Thin rice paper cakes stuffed with pork, wood ear, minced onions, dipped with sweet and sour fish sauce are always a suitable dish for hot summer days. Walking on the street, visitors will encounter many banh cuon shops that open in the morning, with skillful and quick hands. Some suggested addresses are Banh cuon Ba Hanh, No. 26B Tho Xuong; Banh cuon Ba Xuan, No. 16 Hoe Nhai slope and the food court of Long Bien market.

In addition to famous dishes around the world, Hanoi also owns a treasure of cakes such as pillow cakes, pork, mushrooms, ground vermicelli and quail eggs… To balance the taste, the greasy donuts. served with garlic, chili and herbs dipping sauce. Located on Ly Quoc Su street, Goc Da restaurant is a place specializing in selling savory donuts and pillow cakes, open from 10am to 9.30pm.

Coffee is a feature in Hanoi, with many old shops in the old town. Egg coffee is one of Hanoi’s specialties made from beaten eggs mixed with Vietnamese coffee. Egg coffee has a slightly yellow color in a small cup. Diners always have an extra spoon to enjoy the creamy foam on top like an “appetizer” before drinking the coffee below. Famous egg coffee shops include Dinh, Giang, Old Quarter Coffee, Loading T, All Day Coffee… Price per cup from 25,000 VND.

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