Thu. Jul 25th, 2024

Regardless of being located in small alley with no sign and certain time opening hours, banh duc (steamed rice cake) in Phan Dang Luu, bun bo (beef noodle) in Ngo Thoi Nhiem and bun cha (grilled pork with vermicelli) in Nguyen Van Thu… are still crowded all the time.

Banh duc in Phan Dang Luu
According to senior customers, the stall opened in 1970s and received a lot of favor from customer due to tasty dish and affordable price.

This popular banh duc is light yellow, steaming hot, topped with fried ground pork meat, wood ear mushroom, onion, fried shallots and served with spicy fish sauce.

The stall opens around 2 pm to 6 pm everyday with the price of VND 16.000/bowl

Address: No.116/11 Phan Dang Luu street, Phu Nhuan district

Sui Cao (ravioli soup) in Nguyen Trai
Unlike traditional Chinese sui cao including sui cao, cabbage and broth. The Chinese master of this restaurant combined sui cao with ingredients like fried chicken thighs, trotters, ribs… making the dish strange looking, delicious and attractive to young customers. The most favorite dishes in the restaurant are sui cao with chicken thighs, sui cao with ribs, sui cao with trotters…

A bowl of sui cao is priced at VND 26.000 and additional charge if you request more chicken and pork meat. The restaurant opens from 4 pm until mid-night.

Address: Lane 409, Nguyen Trai street, District 5

Bun cha in Nguyen Van Thu
In spite of simple equipment, the stall is the favorite spot of many office staffs in nearby area. They come here for familiar Hanoi food, northern accent of the owner and harmonious picture of the dish with pure white vermicelli, green vegetables, red chilies, black pepper, and fish sauce swimming with carrot slices and shredded green papaya.

The stall opens at noon, from 11 am. Each order is priced at VND 35,000.

Address: on the sidewalk, across Reu carp restaurant, Nguyen Van Thu street, District 1.

Bun bo in Ngo Thoi Nhiem
Situated in an alley opposite Marie Curie school, the restaurant is always crowded with customers.

Hardly to know when the restaurant started business but it is associated with memories of many generations of students studying at the school.

The special feature attracting a lot of customer to the restaurant is just sweet, savory and spicy broth of Hue flavor.

The opening hour is from 6 am to 10 am and 3 pm to 7 pm. A bowl of bun bo is sold with price of VND 35,000. The restaurant is closed all weekends.

Address: Alley 7, Ngo Thoi Nhiem street, Ward 7, District 3.

Chao bo vien (beef roll rice porridge) in Le Hong Phong
Not so popular as the restaurants serving chao long (innards rice porridge), chao ga (chicken rice porridge), chao muc (squid rice porridge)… but chao bo vien restaurant in Le Hong Phong street has its own attractions.

Chao bo vien draws customers with a steaming hot bowl of rice porridge, topped with tough beef rolls, pig blood, fragrant pepper, fresh bean sprouts and onion. Especially, the dish gets more tasty when served with slices of ginger, soy sauce.

Address: the small alley next to Le Hong Phong apartment, Le Hong Phong street, Ward 1, District 10.

 

By Fiona

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