Rarely in a place like Hanoi, where sometimes just hearing the names of the streets makes Vietnamese will think of many typical dishes that make tourists crave. Do you know any famous food streets in Hanoi? Let’s go with Vietnam Reviewer to explore Hanoi with the most popular typical culinary streets today.
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Top 8 famous food streets in Hanoi
Cau Go Seafood Street
Cau Go Seafood Street is famous for its famous sidewalk seafood dishes near and far. Starting from 5 pm until late at night, dozens of seafood restaurants on this street are always crowded with customers.
From many popular dishes such as snails, clams, squid, octopus to regal dishes such as lobster, crab, abalone,… all are fresh and delicious, meticulously prepared, especially ready to serve. customer service. If you are a fan of seafood dishes, you should never miss this special Hanoi food street.
Hang Buom Food Street
The next Hanoi food street that Halo wants to reveal to you is the Hang Buom food street in Hanoi. This place is like a miniature Hanoi, extremely bustling and crowded. Coming here, you will have a lot of culinary choices, from traditional Vietnamese dishes to unique and mouth-watering dishes from world-famous countries such as Thailand, Korea, Japan, or other countries. Europe.
Coming to Hang Buom Street, you can sit and enjoy food at the restaurant or take it out to walk around the old town and eat comfortably. In addition, coming here, you can also enjoy many performances of Van and Ca Tru at Huong Tuong Temple, listen to instrumental music, exciting young music. This is also a special thing that makes Hanoi’s Hang Buom food street so popular with many tourists today.
Hanoi Food Street in West Lake
In Hanoi, West Lake is considered the busiest snail street today. Coming here, you will easily see snail shops or seafood restaurants located close together. Although they are just sidewalk shops with small rows of plastic tables and chairs, from 3 pm until late at night, snail street is always bustling and crowded.
West Lake snails are rich and diverse with all kinds of different dishes. Still familiar delicacies such as boiled snails, fried snails, grilled snails with onion fat, clams, steamed scallops, etc., like many other places. However, the airy and comfortable space at West Lake has always attracted visitors and has become the most favorite destination of young people today.
Nom Street Hoan Kiem
When it comes to Nom, especially Sweet and sour grated papaya salad mixed with beef, many Hanoi diners will immediately think of Hoan Kiem Lake, where the street is less than 300m long but there are dozens of mannequin shops close together. each other on the sidewalk. Maybe you don’t know, but 5/8 famous delicious mannequin shops in Hanoi are located in the Hoan Kiem District.
The typical Sweet and sour grated papaya salad mixed with beef dishes at Hoan Kiem Lake includes many familiar and familiar ingredients such as green papaya, dried beef cut into pieces or herbs, roasted peanuts, and a thick sweet and sour mix. With the price of only 35,000 VND, you can already reward yourself with a delicious and delicious snack with the style of Hanoi street food in the late afternoon.
Ta Hien Beer Street
Ta Hien Hanoi Food Street is located on the Hoan Kiem Lake walking route. This is the busiest place to eat and drink in Hanoi today. Ta Hien is also known as a beer paradise with upside-down beer specialties of both locals and diners who have the opportunity to visit Hanoi.
Ta Hien is a crossroads between Asian culture and imbued with modern and liberal features of the West. In Ta Hien, you will not see many luxurious high-rise beer shops, this place includes many sidewalk beer shops right in front of the house, on plastic chairs, a table with a cool beer cup, and some delicious dishes to sip. Everything happens in a very simple way, true to the characteristics of Hanoi street food.
Gam Cau Grilled Street
Where are the roast heart lovers? Gam Cau street was born for you. This is a familiar address for those who are passionate about hearty drinks, especially grilled hearts. From the sprouts, stomach, small intestine,… are all attractively marinated, grilled on fragrant coals with all the deliciously spicy, salty, and sweet flavors. Every around 5 pm to 8 pm, the grilled heart shops here are crowded with customers. Especially on cold days like now, you have to come early here to have a place for you.
Phung Hung Hotpot Street
Winter is coming, hot pot must be a delicious dish that many diners love and choose. Phung Hung is the first hot pot street in Hanoi. This street does business until late at night for diners to enjoy, so it is increasingly becoming a Hanoi street food hot spot chosen by many people.
It is very difficult for you to choose for yourself a satisfactory hot pot restaurant because from the beginning to the end of the street are hot pot restaurants close together with many kinds of rich hot pot. From the black chicken hot pot, seafood hot pot, frog hot pot, mixed hot pot, Thai hot pot, American beef hot pot, fish hot pot, Hong Kong hot pot, Sichuan hot pot,… The price of hot pot dishes in Phung Hung street is quite affordable. Only from 250,000 VND to 350,000 VND, you can sit and sip all night with your friends.
Pho Ly Quoc Su Street
Ly Quoc Su is Hanoi’s culinary street famous for many of the most delicious pho brands in Hanoi. The pho here is characterized by the sweet, heirloom broth that is simmered from the bones, the meat is soft and fragrant, the noodles are soft and chewy, and the crispy waffles attract customers. If you want to enjoy a bowl of pho with the right taste of Hanoi people, Ly Quoc Su street will surely help you to have more choices for yourself.
In addition, Ly Quoc Su street is also home to roadside lemon tea that attracts visitors, especially young people. Here you can also enjoy attractive dishes such as baguettes, grilled spring rolls, or jams.
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Each of Hanoi’s culinary streets has a unique culinary feature. If you have the opportunity to visit Hanoi, do not forget to make your trip complete by visiting these food streets. Vietnam Reviewer hopes that all of you will have a nice trip to Ha Noi Old Quater. If you have any feedback or need help, please send an email through firstname.lastname@example.org!