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Bun nem ran, deep fried spring roll with white vermicelli, is originally from Saigon, a southern city. However, when it comes to Hanoi, the dish has been considerably modified to suit the taste of Hanoians.

Hanoi specialty: Tasty dishes prepared from snails

Boiled snail dish is even tastier, laying on the way it is eaten: sitting on the sidewalk, enjoying the food while watching people passing by.

Hanoi specialty: Tasty dishes prepared from snails

Boiled snail dish is even tastier, laying on the way it is eaten: sitting on the sidewalk, enjoying the food while watching people passing by.

Hanoi traditional values feature in Old Quarter braised fish

Rustic but delicious and delicate "Old Quarter braised fish", which contains many distinct culinary culture features, has becoming more and more popular among costumers, making it a famous dish under the brand of " Hanoi - 36 Old Streets”.

Cha ca features Hanoi flavours

Hanoi’s cuisine is known for its delicacy and elegance from the simplest dish. Cha ca (grilled fish), a simple but truly tasty dish, characterizes the essence of the capital city’s gastronomy.

Exploring a two-decade-old “Chao suon” cart vendor in Hanoi’s Old Quarter

Even without a sign board, the street cart vendor has had nearly 20 years of serving an uncountable number of foreign and local foodies.

Bun cha: a tasty feast of colours and flavours

 VietNamNet Bridge – Ha Noi cuisine features a wide variety of dishes with vermicelli. Among them, bun cha (vermicelli with grilled pork and fresh herbs) delights, with its seductive taste and aroma.

Three dishes of Hanoi honored as top Asian cuisines

 VietNamNet Bridge - Pho, bun cha and bun thang will be honored at the Tourism festival of traditional villages of Hanoi and the Red River Delta provinces in Hanoi from October 8 to 12.