Surrounded by an array of eating and drinking opportunities, this is how a resident of the Vietnamese capital might fill a tasty day.
A local breakfast specialty is Bun rieu cua, noodle soup made with a hearty broth using tiny crabs from rice paddies.
Simple cafes and coffee stalls dot Hanoi, and catching up with friends over deliciously strong Cafe is virtually mandatory. During summer, Tra Chanh (iced lemon tea) is equally popular.
Bun Cha (grilled pork with crab spring rolls, fresh herbs and vermicelli) is the classic Hanoi midday meal.
Hanoi is a city that’s perfect for snacking. Popular on-the-go options include Banh Ghoi, deep-fried pastries with pork, vermicelli and mushrooms.
After dark Hanoi’s footpaths come alive with simple Bia Hoi (fresh draught beer) stalls; popular drinking snacks include roast duck and dried squid.
Take chance to enjoy some of street foods in Hanoi’s Old Quarter! Read more at: http://cityinsight.vn/street-food-of-hanoi.html.