As you walk down the “36 meandering streets” in the historic Old Quarter of Hanoi you will see that the food is plentiful, it’s everywhere you look and is an integral part of the lives of the locals. Street food can be found almost anywhere on the main streets of Hanoi, as well as many of the side streets and alleyways. Crafted on the busy streets and framed by the historic colonial buildings, Hanoi street food is as much about the atmosphere as it is the delicacies of traditional northern Vietnamese cuisine. Let us show you where and how to get a taste of one of a kind street foods in our capital city.
Option 1: Thanh Tri stuffed pancake with a lean pork paté (pork pie) served with pillow cake stuffed with pork, shrimp, vermicelli and vegetables and topped with a sweet and sour fish sauce. Served with Vietnamese iced tea. Choice of Crab rice noodles or ladder noodle soup (chicken, egg, beet, pork and vegetables). “Four seasons” chè bốn mùa- a sweet local delicacy with four different types on beans, and finally, local “Trang Tien” ice cream.
Option 2: Vietnamese BBQ pork with fresh noodles and fried spring rolls. Served with Vietnamese iced tea. Choice of fresh pig’s ear spring rolls or fried fermented pork. Silken Tofu in ginger syrup. Traditional wedding cake. Sugar cane juice and kumquat.
Option 3: La Vong grilled fish pies (served with rice vermicelli, dried pancakes, roasted peanuts, onion, dill, basil and shrimp paste with lemon and chilly) Served with local beer and a selection of seasonal fruits with yogurt dip.
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