Cha ca (sliced grilled fish), for instance, has long been a favorite dish of the Hanoi people. The ancient city has several shops selling the specialty but for many, Cha ca La Vong stands above the rest in terms of quality and flavor. Both domestic and foreign visitors to Hanoi rave about the fish at Cha ca La Vong restaurant, a shop that serves only this favorite dish.More info
Bun cha - vermicelli served with small, savory, crispy and caramelized pork patties - is another quintessential Hanoi noodle dish. A heaping mound of bun is piled on a plate and arrives with a bowl of warm, fish sauce - based broth with slices of lightly pickled green papaya and carrot.More info
When northern Vietnam's lush rice paddies are flooded, they're the source of gray-shelled crabs roughly the size of a silver dollar. At Hanoi wet markets, vendors pry off the crustacean's top shell, scoop out its fat and pound the rest of the body to bits in large mortars or electric grinders.More info
The origin of Banh Cuon is traced back from Northern Vietnam, no matter the exact date and time Banh Cuon was initially made, people seem not to deny that Banh Cuon has been made for years and served over and over. Banh Cuon is classified under wrap and rolls dishes in Vietnamese cuisine as a dedication to it nature and the name itself.More info
With the romantic and light space, tourists will feel comfortable when coming to Le Tonkin. The restaurant serves cultural dishes of Vietnam along with serving staff dressed in traditional "ao dai" Vienam. In the romantic atmosphere, warmth, with dishes such as: cha ca, pho tron, bun bo, goi, vit, nem ran… and other foods.More info
Green Mango restaurant is an ideal place not only for domestic and foreign tourists but also a convenient location for the Hanoi having a meal after walking and buying at Hang Ngang, Hang Dao. The restaurant can meet the needs of many different customers for a couple, a family, a group of friends, a group of tourists or the party, wedding …More info
Opening in 1966, Nam Phuong is known as one of the finest Vietnamese Restaurant in Hanoi oriented toward foreigners. It is housed in a renovated old French villa in Phan Chu Trinh Street and located right in the center of Hanoi, the diplomatic and financial and close to the main tourist attraction: Hoan Kiem Lake, The Hanoi Opera House.More info
KOTO is located right next to the Temple of Literature-the first University of Hanoi, this is a great destination. At the KOTO, there are full of European dishes as well as Vietnam, from breakfast to drinks and coffee. Besides, KOTO is also a part of the non-profit project to help homeless children.More info
Located in the heart of the capital at 15 Chan Cam Street, Madame Hien is a French antique building designed by the chief architect of the renowned Hanoi Opera House. The restaurant is also the lasts venture of the most celebrated French chef in Vietnam-Didier Corlou besides La Verticale.More info
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