Hanoi has for a long time been one of the most ideal destinations for tourists. Coming Hanoi and enjoying Hanoi cuisine is the best way to explore the beautiful city.
Having been listed in a book named “1000 places to see before you die” by Patricia Schultz, Hanoi is also famous for its amazing cuisine beside beautiful attractions. Among Hanoi food, La Vong grilled fish pies considered as the pride of Hanoi people.
Each region in Vietnam has its own specialty. So traveling around will help you learn about Vietnam cuisine. Especially, once setting foot on Vietnam, you should take your time to taste the cuisine and culture of the land in outskirts of Hanoi.
Hanoi is well-known for not only beautiful landscapes and unique works but also diverse cuisine. The journey taste autumn in Hanoi will give tourists the chance to taste the delicious and wonderful dishes of Hanoi cuisine.
In recent years, Hanoian is falling in love with grilled dishes or “mon nuong” in Vietnamese, especially in the cold weather. That is why grilled dishes become popular dishes among street foods of Hanoi.
“Xoi” (steamed sticky rice) is a popular dish in many parts of the country. However, Hanoi steamed sticky rice comes in various colors and flavors. Once you’ve tasted Hanoi sticky rice, a dish with spiritual meaning, you’ll surely never forget its flavor.
It’s the delicacy and sophistication of dishes that create the uniqueness of Hanoi cuisine. These dishes not only taste so good but also express Hanoi’s culture. Among specialties of Hanoi, “cha ca” has left lasting impressions on those once enjoyed it.
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.