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Bun Cha Dac Kim

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Veque
Veque
July 27, 2019
Kebab rice noodles is totally made from the Vietnam traditional ingredients but it is presented in the form of a Western dish: each one has its own sauce, vegetables, spices, and kebab rice noodles. Kebab rice noodles often has 2 kinds of kebabs, they are ball-kebab and piece-kebab. The ball-kebab…
Đức
Đức
April 17, 2019
Has been open for nearly 30 years !!!
Daniel
Daniel
August 02, 2019
Bun Cha Grilled pork with noodle and fish sauce
Ciara
Ciara
March 24, 2019
Bun Cha Dac Kim is the best in town. There are some fake ones, so you should be careful. You can order mixed bun cha and spring rolls Opening hours: 08:30 - 21:00 Price: 60.000 - 100.000 VND
Anna
Anna
May 07, 2019
If you wanna embrace our culture, you should discover our cuisine! And Bun cha is one of the most wonderful local food in Vietnam, especially in Hanoi! You can try the noodle with spring rolls and grilled pork :))

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Sala da tè
“Most foreign tourists are familiar with bánh mì sandwiches made with pate, cold cuts, and vegetables. But this place specializes in bánh mì thịt xiên nướng, which is a type of banh mi made with grilled pork skewers. They don’t put as much in the sandwich, just two sticks of skewered pork (we got double), cucumber slices, chili sauce, and some Vietnamese coriander if I remember correctly. Based on my research, thịt xiên nướng refers to grilled pork, but the meat in this one looked more like nem nướng which are grilled pork meatballs or sausages. In any case, it was good – savory, spicy, and a little sweet. From what I understand, the pork is marinated in a mixture with sugar, fish sauce, and ”
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Ristorante
“Pho is essentially Vietnam’s signature dish, comprising rice noodles in a flavourful soup with meat and various greens, plus a side of nuoc cham (fermented fish) or chilli sauce. A basic bowl contains tai (beef slices), bo vien (beef meatballs) or nam (beef flank), topped with bean sprouts, lime wedges, and fresh herbs such as basil, mint, cilantro, and onions. Depending on the restaurant or roadside stall, you can also opt for more exotic ingredients such as gan (beef tendon), sach (thinly-sliced pig stomach), and ve don (flank with cartilage). Typically eaten for breakfast, pho is priced between VND 20,000 and VND 30,000 at a local restaurant or street market in Vietnam. Location: 13 Lo Duc Opening: 6:00-20:30”
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Cibo
“Shaped like miniature pillows (hence the name), banh goi contains finely-chopped glass noodles, wood ear mushrooms, minced pork, steamed quail eggs, and seasoning within a rice-flour pastry. It is then deep-fried for a crispy texture and served with a sweet-sour dipping sauce made with garlic, chilli, sugar, lime juice, and fish sauce. You can also pair your banh goi with fresh lettuce and coriander leaves if you find it too greasy to enjoy it on its own. Opening Hours: Daily 10:00 – 21:00 Address: 52 Ly Quoc Su, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi ”
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Noodle House
“Set within Hanoi’s Hoan Kiem District, don’t be fooled by Bun Thang Ba Duc’s roadside location and dilapidated condition. It’s well-regarded amongst locals as the best place in the city for bun thang. Another traditional dish in Hanoi, a bowl of bun thang at Bun Thang Ba Duc costs VND 30,000, where you’ll get generous amounts of noodles, chicken, eggs, pork slices, and a dollop of shrimp paste that are carefully arranged to resemble a flower. As with most local restaurants in Hanoi, Bun Thang Ba Duc is furnished with low stools and tables that spill out onto the roadside ”
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Paninoteca
“ke pho, banh mi is ubiquitous in Vietnam. It’s one of Vietnamese cuisine’s most iconic dishes so everyone has their personal favorite. It’s the one dish we had everywhere we went in Vietnam, from Hanoi to Hoi An to Ho Chi Minh City. We tried to look for the best in every city and our research in Hanoi took us to this place – Bánh Mì Lãn Ông.Strictly speaking, banh mi is the Vietnamese word for bread, or more specifically the personal-sized French baguette. But when most tourists say “banh mi”, they’re referring to this sandwich made with different types of meat, vegetables, and condiments. ”
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Posizione
1 Hàng Mành
Hà Nội
Telefono+84 24 3828 7060
Stato di ore di attivitàChiuso · Apre alle 9:00 AM
Menu
Brunch, Pranzo
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