Vietnam - Hanoi cuisine

Before you read this small article down here, can you answer some easy questions: Have you ever tasted Vietnamese foods. If you're, can you awake your memories and describe the taste of these foods, how you feel at that moment? If you're not, can you tell me what you're looking forward in Vietnamese cuisine?


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You may wonder how many dishes you can taste in the wonderland of foods. For over 1000 years building and developing, Hanoi enlarges not only the scale, status in asserting itself, but also the diversity of elite cuisine. Here are some must-try dishes when you're in Hanoi.

1. Pho Hanoi
Maybe a lot of people have heard about this appealing "pho" so I think I don't need to talk about it anymore. What I want to mention is where you should taste this delightsome bowl of "pho". The most famous stores are 'pho Suong" on Dinh Liet street, pho Thin on Lo Duc street and pho Bat Dan on Bat Dan street. Don't miss "rolled pho" on Ngu Xa street too

2. Banh duc
On Le Ngoc Han street, there is a heirloom banh duc store with over 30 years experience making this delicious dish. Banh duc is hot, with minced meat, fungus, crispy fried tofu and many distinctive sauces, making a luscious, savoury taste you will remember for a long time.

3. Bun thang
On Cau Go street (right next to Hoan Kiem lake), a bun thang store is on the corner, a little modest compared to the most crowded, noisy area in Hanoi. But the reputation of this store seems not modest at all, when locals usually get there to enjoy traditional flavor of Hanoi. Making bun thang may be more complicated, requiring the cook to be more minutely subtle in choosing appropriate materials, to increase and mingle into each other to be a perfect harmonious savoury.

There are still more such as: bun cha, Trang tien ice cream, com (green rice), xoi (sticky rice), .... For more detail, you can check out on Hanoi itinerary
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