Hanoi street food and cuisine that have been high on the hit list of food lovers

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.
Enjoy Chao Suon in Hanoi

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.
Egg Coffee - Special Drink of Hanoian

If you have chance to come to Hanoi, you should try egg coffee once to remember it forever.
Vietnamese Banh Duc

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.
Suong Sa Hat luu

Suong Sa Hat Luu is kind of sweet dessert in Hanoi and Vietnam that many people love to eat.
Hanh Muoi - Pickled Onions

Hanh Muoi (Pickled Onions) is one of the indispensable dishes served in Tet Holiday of Vietnam.
Mứt - an indispensable food in Tet

One of the popular Tet food have to mention is "Mứt". There are various kinds of Mứt such as Mứt Dừa (Candied Coconut Ribbons), Mứt Quất (kumquat jam), Mứt Me (Candied Tamarind) and so on.
Dua Cai Chua (Pickled Mustard Greens)

Dua Cai Chua brings the unique feature of Vietnamese cuisine and often is served with salty dishes such as meat stew, fried fish,...