Thinking of visiting
Welcome to Hanoi! The street food in Ha Noi is very nice and cheep. The old quarter is amazing, after many times I went there I can not remember the way and I have to ask the struction. It's interesting to come to Old quater. You can drink beer, ice-lemon tea on the pavement. A lot of thing to see and to do.
Welcome to Hanoi, Chris. My name is Ngoc and I'm the person that can help you do all the things you planned. I know a lot of places in Old Quarter where you can eat local foods like "bún đậu mắm tôm" or "bún ốc", moreover, if you'd like to live a day in a native family and do the thing that Vietnamese do every day, I can help you to do that.
Hello, Chris. My name is Trang. I am a Hanoian. I have enjoyed the Hanoi's cuisines since I was born here. They are really tasty in their own way. As you know, they can appear anywhere from the popular sidewalks to the luxurious restaurants and hotels. The Old Quarter is a famous place in Hanoi with many pretty delicious cuisines. Anyway, to be honest, there is nothing to touch them:) You can taste some foods made of the noodles such as "Cha Ca" at the "Cha Ca La Vong" restaurant which is a Hanoi’s original cha ca eatery, "Bun cha"-the charcoal-grilled pork patties with vermicelli noodles and herbs, try Bun Cha Dac Kim; head to Hang Be street, to try "Bun dau", bite-sized bits of fried tofu served with packed rice noodles, herbs and your choice of sauce....Futhermore, some famous restaurants in Hanoi serve not only almost Hanoi cuisines but also many cuisines from other regions like "Bot loc Cake"- "Steamed clear tapioca Cake" , "Banh Beo" - "Rhymes with meow Cake", "Banh It"-"Little Cake", "Beef Noodle",...from Hue City, "Banh da cua" of Hai Phong, "Nem chua" fr Thanh Hoa...
I take great pleasure walking around the Old Quarter and tasting the Hanoi's food with you!
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