If you have chance to visit and take a stroll on Hanoi streets, do not forget to taste these delicious sweet soups.
Hanoi is not only attracts foreign tourists by beautiful natural scenery but also by its cuisine. Here are some the most delicious foods you should not miss while visiting Hanoi.
Even though by no way is it unique to Hanoi only, street vendors are the essential part of city life. One of indispensable function street vendors play is to provide a great variety of food 24/7 all year around. Here are some street vendors which you can't miss out while travelling in Hanoi.
Hanoi’s food scene can be overwhelming with its mix of smells and tastes but it’s well worth exploring since it’s one of the freshest, healthiest and most flavorful cuisines in the world. To taste street foods in Hanoi, you can go some addresses below:
Chatting and drinking with friends while surrounding a flavourful hotpot is a perfect choice particularly in the winter season. The most common types of hotpot involve beef and chicken, but following are top 4 exotic types of hotpot that offer a different taste of Hanoi.
Drinking coffee is a beautiful cultural feature of Hanoian cuisine. Beginning a day with a cup of hot coffee is an indispensible hobby of many people in here. The following are the most popular trends of Hanoi coffee.
Although shrimp cake (shrimp fried pancake) is available almost everywhere in the country, it is best at Nha hang Ho Tay (Ho Tay Restaurant) on the bank of Truc Bach lake.
Hanoi is an ideal place for those who want to taste culinary arts of Vietnam. Chao suon is one of the special dishes you should try in cold winter’s afternoon in Hanoi.
If you have chance to come to Hanoi, you should try egg coffee once to remember it forever.
Banh Duc (plain rice flan) is the most popular in the north and it is considered one of the most rustic and simple cakes in Hanoi cuisine.
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