Must Try In Hanoi

Sweet and Sour Pomelo and Shrimp Salad - Nộm bưởi tôm chua ngọt

The special sweet and sour dressing made of lime juice, fish sauce, crushed chilies, chopped garlic and a touch of sugar is the secret to this mouth-watering salad. Simultaneously sweet, sour, tangy, salty and spicy, the salad is a perfect starter to stimulate your taste buds and get ready for a flavorful show of the best Vietnamese cuisine.

Traditional deep fried spring rolls – Nem rán truyền thống
[Ảnhmónăn] The perfect complement to “Bun Cha” (page 2). These are fried rolls filled with minced pork, eggs, Vietnamese herbs and vermicelli noodles.They are eaten as an appetizer while waiting for the “Bun Cha” meal or dipped into the savory “Bun Cha” soup. Fresh and lightly fried, these rolls melt in the mouth and are to be savored.

Traditional Vietnamese rice noodle “Pho” with chicken or beef – Phở Hà Nội

Pho is a popular street food, and night-food. This dish is often served with Asian basil, saw tooth herb, cilantro, thinly sliced green onion, lime juice and chili. The light sweetness of the hot broth which floods the white rice noodles having particular flavors of Hanoi will bring you the most satisfying feeling.

Hanoi grilled Lang fish “Cha Ca”  -Chả cá Lăng

[Ảnhmónăn] Cha Ca is one of the unique specialties of the Hanoianand definitely a must eat in Hanoi. So important is this local specialty, that it even has a street named after it – Cha Ca Street.
The dish is loved so much and people can absolutely say it is a dish worth flying for. World-renowned, The New York Times followed its history from Vietnam to the United State.  “Hanoians even have a saying that … “someone should try this once in their life before leaving this world.”

Grilled beef in bamboo – Bò nướng ống trúc

The perfect complement to deep fried sticky rice cake. Using bamboo for keeping the sweetness for this beef, the moist inside of meat after processed will create a fantastic flavor for your meal.

Hanoi grilled pork “Bun cha” – Bún chả Hà Nội

When lunchtime hits in Hanoi, the air is perfumed with the scent of sizzling grilled pork, the key component to the city’s signature dish. The swine is served alongside a sweet ’n’ salty broth, slices of green papaya, rice noodles and fresh herbs as far as the eye can see.