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Sunday, February 23 2020
Hanoi is famous for its 36 guilds and Hanoians are proud of their cuisine. Among their dishes, “bun” (Hanoi rice noodles) has a distinctive flavor which is as elegant as Hanoi people’s way of life.
Hanoi has been known by foreign visitors for many delicious dishes such as Cha Ca La Vong, Bun Cha or steamed rolled rice pancake in Thanh Tri and many other kinds of street food. In addition, enjoying Hanoi cuisine in old space also attracts many diners.
Some said that Vietnam is the kitchen of the world, which shows the diversity of Vietnamese cuisine. In 2013, the Asian Record Organization has recognized 12 Vietnamese dishes as Asian records. Among those 12 dishes, there are 3 Hanoi dishes.
Hanoi is perhaps Asia’s most exotic capital city. For all of its timeless charm, it’s also a 21st-century metropolis. You can experience a very different side of the country here in this northern and cosmopolitan city.