Ha Noi noodle

Ha Noi noodle

There are a lot of specialities in Hanoi but the most favourite dish is a simple broth of rice noodle called Pho. It is a dish that defines Hanoi special foods.

Hanoi Steamed Glutinous Rice

No one knows the origin of steamed glutinous rice or “xoi” which often appears on Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday, in the wedding party or the ancestor’s death anniversary. However, it is a simple breakfast for Hanoians. This food is pregnant with the warmth of flame, heaven and earth.

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Thanh Tri stuffed pancakes

Being used to eating stuffed pancake in Hanoi, you may find yourself a demanding customer when eating it somewhere else.

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Hanoi Gastronomy- abundant and unique

It seems that nowhere in Vietnam is more famous for gastronomy than Hanoi. Formerly, each street or village in Hanoi was well known for a dish.

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Nem ran (Spring roll)

Nem ran (called cha gio in the south) is a much-appreciated speciality, although it is very easy to prepare.

Ha Noi noodle

There are a lot of specialities in Hanoi but the most favourite dish is a simple broth of rice noodle called Pho. It is a dish that defines Hanoi special foods.

Green rice flake cake- Hanoi’s speciality

Hanoi is famous for its speciality green rice flake cakes which are sold in Hang Than street. Hang Than is just among more than 20 culinary streets in Hanoi which has about 70 streets with their first name of Hang.

Hanoi Gastronomy- abundant and unique

It seems that nowhere in Vietnam is more famous for gastronomy than Hanoi. Formerly, each street or village in Hanoi was well known for a dish.

Ancient Hanoi recipe wins worldwide fame

A simple fish recipe, created a century ago, is drawing people from all over the world to the Hanoi family home of the creator of the dish.