Bánh giò – Vietnamese rice pyramid dumplings

White rice is staple food and also an essential ingredient in Vietnamese cuisine. Simple yet versatile, white rice can be ground into flour to make many different types of rice cakes, among which bánh...

Cháo sườn – a heart-warming gift of Hanoi

Hardly anyone really knows when the tradition of cooking this dish began. It has just been widely known for its usefulness in Vietnamese people’s daily life. If you are sick, a bowl of ‘cháo...

Hoa quả dầm – A fruit-buffet dessert

On a normal sunny day in Hanoi , there is nothing better than a dish of Hoa Qua Dam. This dish is a part of a drink,  part of a dessert , but there’s...

Bún riêu cua – The hearty crab soup noodle

In a cold winter night, there is nothing more desirable than having a hot bowl of bún riêu, Vietnamese crab based soup noodle dish ((bún: rice vermicelli; riêu: paddy crabs’ paste). One of the...

New Day Restaurant – an ideal stop inside the bustling Old Quarter

Located at No.72 Ma May Street in the Old Quarter, New Day stands out as a unique restaurant, with a distinctive style that can be observed in few restaurants in Hanoi. The restaurant offers a...

“Nang tam” vegetarian restaurant – A loving place for peaceful souls

“Nang tam” is among one of the most well-known vegetarian restaurant in Hanoi. Located in a villa at 79A Tran Hung Dao street, the place welcomes its customers with such quiet and calm sense. With...

EGG COFFEE – THE “WEIRD” DRINK

Egg coffee - The coffee cup is usually placed in a bowl of hot water to keep its temperature The term egg-coffee may seem odd to many people. Coming to Hanoi, it is definite not;...

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Phone: 0162 743 8686

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Phone: 0163 890 2990