Eat vegetarian food to save the world, nowadays, the trend of vegetarian meals is more popular, more people choose vegetarian diet for their better health and to save the animal and the environment. If you are a vegetarian traveling to Hanoi, there will be a lot of choices for..
Come to T-junction at Phan Boi Chau street, Hanoi, you can find some famous restaurants like phở Kiệm, phở gà Nam Ngư and especially Quán Ăn Ngon Hanoi restaurant. Welcoming thousands of guests everyday may be enough to confirm the position of this restaurant in the..
Besides Phở, Bun oc Hanoi is the second choice for breakfast in Hanoi morning. You can see Bun oc everywhere, from big restaurant to small street vendors. And if you have been in Hanoi for the first time, Bun oc is one of the top suggestions of Hanoi specialties for you. We..
Shrimp cakes, one of top 7 specialties of Hanoi, were sold only on Co Ngu street (the old name of Thanh Nien street) in the past time but now this type of cake are also sold in the luxury restaurants. However, most of visitors who used to go to Hanoi will eagerly seek a..
Banh cuon (rolling steamed cake) – one of traditional cake make from Vietnamese rice powder, has its own attractive feature, from the appearance to the special taste. Although Vietnamese people often eat Banh cuon in the morning as light breakfast, nowadays, it can be served..
Cha Ca (Grilled fish) is so delicious and attractive; it is also regarded as the most complicated dish because of strict requirements from the very first process to the final step in order to maintain the unique taste of this special type of fish. Among which, seasoning is..
Bun cha is a well-known local food in Hanoi. It is made of grilled pork and noodle, often thought to have been originated from Hanoi, Vietnam. This dish is served with grilled fatty pork (cha) over a plate of white rice noodle (bun) and herbs with a side dish of dipping..
“Phở” – specialty of Hanoi It is difficult to deny that whenever people have talks about famous cuisine of Hanoi, Phở is the first dish recommended to taste once in life. Although Nam Dinh was assumed to be the first place in Vietnam to have Phở, Phở..
Located nearly 7km from Northeast of Hanoi City, the ancient Le Mat snake village (common name as Snake village), is famous for its tradition of catching snakes and making delicious culinary dishes from them. Not only the local people but also foreign tourists like to come here..
With bland chains taking over Hanoi's café scene, ancient holes such as this one have become revered treasures. To be sure, Cafe Giang's timeworn patina is almost a bleak exaggeration of communist-era non-chic. Giang Café has its own history in Hanoian memory. Giang..
Also known as "Shark Jaws", Ho Guom Plaza is a six-storey landmark that sticks out from the southern edge of the old quarter. The plaza affords great views of Hoan Kiem Lake and the extremely busy (and loosely organised) road junction immediately below. With the exception..