Food Stalls, Hanoi

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on the streets around Hoan Kiem Lake and old town

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    Food Stalls: Try The Che

    by guell Written Jan 1, 2005

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    Che served at Cho Hom Market

    Our Hidden Hanoi street food tour ended with this delicious glass of che, a fruity dessert prepared to our taste. After an afternoon of exploring Hanoi’s hidden cultural and culinary treasures, this che really hit the spot!

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    Food Stalls at Cho Hom Market: Eat Where The Locals Eat

    by guell Updated Jan 1, 2005

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    Food Stall at Cho Hom Market - Hanoi

    This is a food stall at Cho Hom Market where we tried fresh spring rolls and green papaya salad. The lady serving the spring rolls was embarrassed by the pictures I was taking of her. Our host Claire told her that I was taking the pictures because she was so beautiful!

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  • Don't miss the food stalls!!

    by tina_vietnam Written Feb 4, 2003

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    on the street, eating with cho sticks on tiny cplastic chairs...

    Favorite Dish: - pho Hanoi (soup with beef and spices (cinnamon, kardamon etc...)
    - bun bo Hanoi (bun=white rice noodles, bo=beef with slads, spices and peanuts)
    bun cha Hanoi (rice noddles with grilled meat, peanuts and green salad)

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    I must recommend the street...

    by John195123 Written Sep 7, 2002

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    I must recommend the street vendors. We stopped by one woman on some street in Hanoi. We stopped because of the aromas we smelled cooking and smoking in front of her. We had to stop. We just couldn't pass it up. We are quite certain that she was selling dog meat, which, while some may cringe at that thought, the meat, on a superb baguette... words cannot describe. It was sooooo good. I would have sat there all evening eating and paying to eat more had we not had previous and prior engagements. Got slides, though!!!

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    Once again, street vendors....

    by John195123 Written Sep 7, 2002

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    Once again, street vendors. Many times on our trip, our friends would stop the driver, and they would buy us some food, wrapped in banana leaves. It was always different, though we couldn't tell the difference on the outside, but the food inside... incredible. So fresh, full of flavor. Of all the food in the world, Vietnamese food is one of my top favorites.

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  • Side of the road: Thin but fulfilling

    by n1te Written Mar 22, 2008

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    The thin slices of banh cuon served with ?sausage, vege. To be dipped in a sauce.
    Feels a little like chee cheong fan but the taste is totally different.

    Price: 15K VND

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  • Side of the road: Roadside cocktail

    by n1te Written Mar 22, 2008

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    Sitting on a stool with another stool as "table". You get to choose what fruits that you like or a default mixture of all. Add with milk and ice, the cocktail is ready to go :P

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  • By the roadside: A different Van Than

    by n1te Written Mar 22, 2008

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    The first meal I had upon reaching Hanoi at about 7 pm.
    Van Than with meat in clear soup noodles. A different flavour from what I usually have at home.

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    Food Stalls: Local Beer: Bia Hà Nôi

    by bpacker Written Jan 18, 2005

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    Bia H�� N��i

    Here's another local beer that we tried, Bia Hà Nôi . Pale golden colour, no bitter after taste , pretty bland. I much prefer the elephant - branded "Halida Beer".

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  • Excellent noodle restaurant...

    by Michael_S Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Excellent noodle restaurant next to Nam Hai Hotel in Hanoi
    A taste of Southern Vitnam food in Hanoi

    Favorite Dish: Only one item: Rice noodle with beef and bean sprouts

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