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Top 8 delicious, famous Hanoi food neighborhoods that sell all evening

Content 23/02/2024 9

Hanoi is known as a city with a long history, converging diverse cultural traditions and national identities. However, not everyone knows the unique culinary features and flavors that create the soul of this capital city. Let's learn about these famous culinary neighborhoods with HoaBinh Tourist!

1. Tong Duy Tan Street

Tong Duy Tan Street is about 200 meters long, connecting Tran Phu Street to Dien Bien Phu Street. Located in Hang Bong ward, Hoan Kiem district. This street is not only famous for having many cafes but is also known by many people for being "short but martial," known as Hanoi's famous culinary street.

It can be said that this is a gathering place for dozens of delicious dishes, from snacks to full meals, meeting the diverse needs of diners. Even calling this place the nightlife paradise of Hanoi is not wrong. If you want to find a spacious space with enough Western and Western dishes to drink, you must definitely visit two cafes open 24/7, located close to each other right in the middle of the junction of Cam Chi Alley and Tong Duy Tan intersection. Those are Puku and Xofa.

Besides, gourmet Hanoi people also call Tong Duy Tan Street "Ga Tan Street.". The whole row of more than 10 restaurants sells chicken with traditional herbal medicine, famous for its unique aroma and taste. This dish is simply a bowl of noodles served with a bowl of aromatic chicken, but it is very attractive to diners. If you want to enjoy a bowl of delicious chicken noodle soup, you can go to Quan Cay Si!

2. Hang Buom Street

Hang Buom Food Street is located in Hang Buom ward, Hoan Kiem district. This place is considered a culinary paradise, with a variety of traditional Vietnamese dishes as well as Asian, European, Korean and Japanese dishes. Not only that, young people's favorite snacks such as fried foods, tornado potatoes, fried spring rolls,... and sidewalk grilled hot pot dishes are also extremely attractive.

In addition, you can try different types of tea or fruit juice, with prices only ranging around 20,000 VND depending on the type. Some famous restaurants that you can visit are: Kaoya Hotpot, 103 Hang Buom, Bun Moc Thuy, 10 Ngo Dao Duy Tu, Hang Buom, Ba Thanh Beo, Stir-fried Pho with Beef Corn, 11 Hang Buom, Grilled Beef Xuan Xuan, 47 Ma May Street, Hang Buom, etc.

What makes this street especially popular with many tourists today are the singing and singing performances at Huong Tuong temple, instrumental music, and vibrant youth music at Huong Tuong and Bach Ma temples. .

3. Dong Xuan Market

Dong Xuan Market is a long-standing market located near the center of Hanoi's Old Quarter. Recently, the market has become a familiar destination for many snack lovers. In particular, at the prime location in the east of the market, there is Dong Xuan Market Alley, which has many delicious and cheap food and beverage shops. The eateries in the alley mostly serve snacks at very affordable prices, such as: mixed sweet soup, shrimp cakes, bread sticks, bean noodles, etc. Diners coming here only need to bring about 100,000 VND to enjoy. Fill yourself with delicious dishes from the beginning to the end of the alley.

Not only that, the cuisine of Dong Xuan market alley also has countless dishes with typical flavors from ancient times in Hanoi, including snail vermicelli, bamboo noodle soup, pork intestines, blood pudding,... Visit Hanoi and Dong Xuan Market; it is not only about food but also a cultural feature.

4. Ta Hien Street

Hanoi Ta Hien Food Street is located on the Hoan Kiem Lake walking route. Although only 266 meters long, this is the second busiest dining venue in the heart of the capital. Ta Hien is a street that intersects Asian culture and is imbued with the modernity and liberality of the West.

When mentioning Ta Hien, we immediately think of beer and drinks; this is a feature that no other culinary street has. However, you will not see many luxury high-rise beer bars, but instead there are sidewalk beer bars with plastic chairs, tables with cool beer glasses, and some snacks.

Besides, the food at Ta Hien is just not too sophisticated, but when sipping with a glass of beer, it creates an extremely refreshing feeling. Sidewalk dishes that capture the hearts of diners include fried spring rolls, lemongrass chicken feet, street taro, and especially grilled quail that everyone who eats must love... Everything happens very simply, typical of Hanoi street food.

5. Ly Quoc Su Street

The neighborhood is located on Ly Quoc Su Street, Hang Trong Ward, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi. Ly Quoc Su Street is famous for many of the most delicious pho brands in Hanoi. Pho here is characterized by a clear and rich broth stewed from bones, soft and fragrant meat, soft and chewy noodles, and crispy fried pieces. All create a very typical pho flavor for Hanoi people. You can enjoy that pho at Pho 10 Ly Quoc Su!

In addition, Ly Quoc Su Street also has streetside lemon tea, pillow cakes, grilled spring rolls, pickled fruits, etc., attracting many tourists and young people.

6. Hoan Kiem Street

Hoan Kiem Street belongs to Hang Bac Ward, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi. Although this street is only 300 meters long and nestled in the heart of Hanoi, it is filled with rows of mannequins and plastic chairs arranged closely on the sidewalk. The main street's specialty is dried beef salad. Although the salad is still made with familiar ingredients, it is the heirloom sweet and sour sauce that makes the difference in the salad on Hoan Kiem Street.

The most famous shop here is probably Long Vi Dung Mannequin Shop, which has been around for a long time. The salad sold here is a traditional salad made from shredded papaya, served with herbs, dried beef, a little sweet and sour fish sauce, and roasted peanuts. The price of a large plate of dried beef salad is only 35,000 VND per bowl. In addition, the shop also has tapioca cake with soft, thin dough and a plump, meaty filling inside that is also loved by many young people.

7. To Hieu Street

To Hieu Street (Cau Giay) has long been known as a famous culinary street in Hanoi. This place is known as a culinary paradise in the heart of the capital, with eateries and restaurants springing up like mushrooms. Because it is located near an area with many students, there are excellent restaurants with undeniable appeal.

From the beginning of To Hieu Street, there will be a series of chain stores with diverse genres, such as hot pot shops, noodle shops, cafes, milk tea shops, snack shops, etc., with lots of students. Some famous restaurants, such as Bun Rieu Hoang Ky, Pho Cuon Huong Mai To Hieu, etc., are always loved by diners because of their delicious food and reasonable prices.

In particular, in To Hieu, there are also souvenir shops priced at 10,000 VND. You can both eat delicious food and hunt for interesting items at super cheap prices. What are you waiting for? Come to this street right away, right?

8. Com Vong Village

Every autumn, when having the opportunity to visit Hanoi, visitors will surely never forget the sweet and fragrant taste of Vong village green rice. Vong Village is located in Dich Vong Hau ward, Cau Giay district, Hanoi. It is the origin of the fragile but sweet-smelling green rice, depositing the essence of the earth, the sky, and the scent of the sun and wind, and then making every diner feel nostalgic when enjoying it.

Com is a rustic gift from the countryside, simple and full of sophistication, unique to Hanoi. However, few people know that behind that nugget dish associated with childhood is an elaborate and meticulous processing process created by hereditary artisans to give life an elegant dish with a strong character. Vietnamese flavor.

Coming to Vong village, that typical green rice dish is processed by the people into unique and new dishes such as green rice sweet soup, sticky rice with green rice, spring rolls,... Each dish will bring you a unique flavor: sticky rice with green rice, chewy, sweet, and fleshy; fragrant green rice tea, refreshing and refreshing; and crispy and fragrant green rice rolls. There's nothing better than a chilly fall day sipping green rice grains with a cup of lightly fragrant Thai Nguyen tea.

HoaBinh Tourist has introduced to you the Top 8 famous culinary neighborhoods with their own distinctive features in the unique colors of the capital's cuisine. If you go to Hanoi, you definitely have to come and experience these food street locations! If you need further information or advice, please quickly contact our hotline at 0939.311.911 - 0913.311.911 for dedicated support.

 


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