hanoi by night tour

For many years, Hang Than Street in Hanoi has been well-known for Banh com (green rice flake cakes). Banh com is not only one of the indispensable offerings during wedding ceremonies and ancestor-worshipping days, but is also a specialty that any visitor to Hanoi will want to buy for their friends and relatives as a present.

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 The humble snail has pride of place in Vietnamese cuisine, especially in Hanoi. A kind of snail living in ponds and lakes that grows to the size of a golf ball is used to make a uniquely delicious dish called bun oc (snail noodle soup).

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In food as in death, we feel the essential brotherhood of mankind”

A Vietnamese Saying

 

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According to Huffington Post website, Vietnamese “pho” is proud for one of 12 best foods in the worlds.

 

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Traveling to the North to explore the spectacular mountainous scene, the peaks appearing from a distance like islands jutting above a sea of cloud, the forests harbor many species of wild animals, butterflies and flower. 

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“Cha ruoi” ( Sandworm omelettee )- is a scarce specialty of Hanoi and North Vietnam, because the nereididae sandworm only can be found in a short season. “Cha ruoi” which is crispy outside, soft inside, greasy and the delicious smell pervades all the guests is often sold at O Quan Chuong, in Lo Duc st and Gia Ngu st.

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