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The Art of Bun Cha Hanoi: My Favorite Vietnamese Dish

The Art of Bun Cha Hanoi: My Favorite Vietnamese Dish


Runaway Juno

Bun cha was my favorite Vietnamese Dish. President Obama loved it too! It's a unique dish from Hanoi region. What is it, where to have it, and how to eat it

Bun Cha: Vietnamese Pork Meatballs - Analida's Ethnic Spoon

Bun Cha: Vietnamese Pork Meatballs - Analida's Ethnic Spoon


Analida's Ethnic Spoon

Bun cha: Authentic Vietnamese grilled pork meatballs is a delicious traditional dish typical in Hanoi. It is served with a traditional broth of fish sauce, lime, sugar, rice vinegar, flavorful herbs and rice vermicelli noodles.

Bánh tôm chiên (galettes de crevettes frites)

by Miss Tâm @ La kitchenette de Miss Tâm

« À la sortie des cours, je courais avec mes camarades vers la marchande assise sur le trottoir au coin de la rue. Un attroupement se formait autour d’elle fasciné par ses galettes de crevettes frites. La pâte à frire blanche … Lire la suite

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Getting hooked on Bun Cha in Hanoi - Jimmy Eats World

Getting hooked on Bun Cha in Hanoi - Jimmy Eats World


Jimmy Eats World

Within a week of my stay in Hanoi and I've happily devoured Bun Cha three times now. Food like this should come with a warning sign. One bowl guarantees instantly addicted.

Chasing Waterfalls in Koh Phangan

by eatwithchristy @ eat with christy

After spending a few days at a resort in Koh Phangan, I went back to the backpacker life and stayed at a hostel on Koh Phangan, which ended up being the best decision. I chose to stay at Jungle Vibes after reading all the positive […]

Par : Elisa

by Elisa @ Commentaires sur : Bun Cha, vermicelles de riz au porc grillé de Hanoï (Bún Chả Hà Nội)

Rien que le nom bun chà, et j'en ai l'eau à la bouche. C'est un plat tellement rafraîchissant et plein de bonheur. Mon beau père fait griller le porc sur un barbecue électrique. Mais j'imagine que le mieux c'est le barbecue au bois. Encore faut il pouvoir. Il faut absolument que je teste moi même cette recette. Elle n'a pas l'air compliquée. Et c'est tellement bon!!

Gan ga sup lo | Kippenlevertjes met bloemkool

by Kim Le Cao @ Pho Vietnam

Ik eet graag voor de lunch een Surinaams broodje met kippenlevers, ingelegde komkommer en sambal. Er zijn tal van toepassingen met kippenlevertjes. Niet iedereen is ervan gecharmeerd. Dit is een gerecht dat mijn moeder wel eens maakt bij een rijsttafel. Gewoon eenvoudig en lekker. Ingrediënten 350 g kippenlevertjes 1 tl […]

Where I’m At: December, 2017 – Hanoi edition

by James Clark @ Nomadic Notes

[Where I’m At; a monthly update of what I’ve been up to, site news, and where I’m going next.] Greetings from Hanoi! It’s been a month bookended by conferences in two different fields. I average about one conference a year, so two in a month is unusual for me. I try to mix it up […]

Bún Chả 34 Hàng Than

Bún Chả 34 Hàng Than


TNH

Popular extended-lunchtime bun cha joint

Sweet Potato Matcha Green Tea Mochi

by Victoria @ How Daily

Matcha green tea mochi with sweet potatoes filling, these cute Japanese dessert will surely be a treat for every one.

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Bò tái chanh (recette vietnamienne de boeuf cru au citron)

by Miss Tâm @ La kitchenette de Miss Tâm

Avec les beaux jours, voici un plat vietnamien rafraîchissant et simple que j’aime faire pour mes amis, le savoureux et parfumé Bò tái chanh, servi avec une bonne bière fraîche ! Désigné comme le carpaccio vietnamien, le Bò tái chanh … Lire la suite

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Gastronomic gastropods- Vietnamese loves snails !

by Thuc Nguyen @ Paloma Motorbike Tours

From Michelin-starred fine dining, to chili-laden, beer-swilling, street-food staple, the humble snail takes many forms. Oysters, lobsters, sushi and snails; all now “posh” and expensive elements of global food culture. They were, however, once all considered to be the food of the lower-classes. In fact, oysters were so plentiful during the European colonization of the Americas that their crushed shells were a common component in brick making. Likewise, the practice of wrapping raw fish (and other meats) in rice was, many centuries ago, a common way for Japanese farmers and fishermen to preserve food for several months at a time. And then there’s lobster, that ubiquitous element of modern fine dining. According to a report on the creature’s recent popularity by the U.K.’s Telegraphnewspaper, the clawed crustacean was “once not deemed worthy for anything other than the ‘lowest of the low.’” It’s funny how things change. Add a bit of gold leaf, a smear of pureed veg, a froth of salty foam, and a jacked-up price tag, and suddenly the cuisine of the working classes jumps a few steps up the social ladder. As with bread, beef, carrots and coffee, it would be easy to assume that the practice of...

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Best new banks for travellers, expats, and nomads

by James Clark @ Nomadic Notes

A guide to new world of banking and finance – direct banks, international transfers, mobile wallets, crypto exchanges, and other online investing platforms I often grumble about the high fees associated with international banking when travelling abroad (especially with Australian banks), so I’ve been looking around at banking alternatives. Changing bank accounts is not something […]

Nouilles d’Asie : un livre à savourer !

by Miss Tâm @ La kitchenette de Miss Tâm

Voilà tout beau, tout chaud arrivé, notre nouveau livre de cuisine Nouilles d’Asie publié aux éditions du Chêne, écrit à six mains avec Chihiro Masui, éminente journaliste et auteure de magnifiques livres gastronomiques (Thés japonais, La cuisine du Japon, Astrance le livre de … Lire la suite

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Muc chien mam me | Gefrituurde inktvis met tamarindesaus

by Kim Le Cao @ Pho Vietnam

Tijdens mijn vakantie in Zuid-Spanje bestelde ik continu gegrilde inktvis, calamares à la plancha. Dat ging op de automatische piloot en ik werd daar eraan herinnerd hoezeer ik inktvis waardeer. Ik eet ze liever dan garnalen. In Saigon heb ik gefrituurde inktvis met tamarindesaus als voorgerecht gehad. Hoe eenvoudig het […]

An updated map of the future Saigon Metro

by James Clark @ Nomadic Notes

[HCMC Metro Map (download full resolution image here.] Out of all the megacities of Southeast Asia, Saigon is the only city without any form of metro transport. Even the traffic-dystopias of Jakarta and Manila have a few rail lines between them. This will change when the first metro line in Saigon opens sometime after 2020 […]

"Bun Cha" Hanoi - Rising Dragon Palace Hotel

"Bun Cha" Hanoi - Rising Dragon Palace Hotel


Rising Dragon Palace Hotel

The author of a Vietnamese cuisine guidebook said “I discovered new taste buds that I didn’t know I had.” I think that is the most accurate description about Vietnamese cuisine. As an avid eater, I was really excited about a month trip to Vietnam. And yes, I did eat a lot. Spring rolls, Pho and... Continue Reading

Bun cha Hanoi | Gegrilde burgers uit Hanoi

by Kim Le Cao @ Pho Vietnam

De eerste keer dat ik Bun cha at vergeet ik nooit meer. Ik wandelde met een vriend door de oude wijk van Hanoi en we kregen trek in lunch. Toen we langs een eetstalletje liepen en ik iets zag wat leek op de lauwwarme salade Bun bo nuong xa opperde […]

Pho, Vietnam in een kom

by Kim Le Cao @ Pho Vietnam

Pho is het nationale gerecht van Vietnam. Achter Pho wordt soms de basis van de bouillon geplaatst. De twee bekendste zijn Pho bo (rundvlees) en Pho ga (kip). Tegenwoordig experimenteren restaurants ook met Pho chay (vegetarisch) en Pho hai san (zeevruchten), maar daar heb ik totaal geen behoefte aan. Pho […]

A roundup of Hanoi markets

by thanhnguyen @ Rising Dragon Palace Hotel

Hanoi’s a city full of markets worth exploring. To begin with, food markets can be found all over town – despite the growth of the supermarket, most shopping is still conducted at local wet markets and neighbourhood shops, so there are plenty to experience. Probably the most accessible is the market along Phung Hung Street....

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Quan Lan – A quiet charm in the East sea

by skyhubuser @ Skyhubvn

Quan Lan is located in Quang Ninh province, about 200 kilometres from Hanoi. The island is not as busy as Cat Ba or Ha Long, and has a distinct inner charm. The beautiful white...

Par : Gérard

by Gérard @ Commentaires sur : Bun Cha, vermicelles de riz au porc grillé de Hanoï (Bún Chả Hà Nội)

Vous pouvez manger un excellent Bun Cha au restaurant Thanh Long à Montpellier

Bun Cha Hanoi - Top 5 Places to Try - Hanoi local food

Bun Cha Hanoi - Top 5 Places to Try - Hanoi local food


tour in Hanoi

Bun cha is a well-known local food in Hanoi. It is made of grilled pork and noodle, often thought to have been originated from Hanoi, Vietnam. This dish is served with grilled fatty pork (cha) over a plate of white … read more

Vietnamese Hanoi Style Grilled Pork Vermicelli (Recipe for Bun Cha)

Vietnamese Hanoi Style Grilled Pork Vermicelli (Recipe for Bun Cha)


How Daily

A combination of BBQ meat, pickle papaya,savory dipping fish sauce and rice vermicelli; Bun Cha is one of the best local specialties in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Vietnamese Food: 25 Must-Eat Dishes in Saigon (and Where To Try Them) (Cont)-Le Duy Hotel, prime location in Ho Chi Minh

by Le Duy Hotel @ Le Duy Hotel

11. Bún thịt nướng (bun thit nuong) Vietnamese cuisine is brilliant for combining a contrast of flavors and textures into a single dish, and I think bun thit nuong, or better yet bun thit nuong cha gio, is a great example of this. The dish normally begins with a handful of chopped up herbs and lettuce...

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Hue Beef Noodle Soup

by Domfredo Vu @ Hanoi eBuddies

HUE BEEF NOODLE SOUP Being the center of Vietnam, like many other parts, Hue has its own special cuisine. The city has a reputation for having very spicy food – something which is not so common as other Vietnamese dishes. Hue beef noodle soup is one of the most famous dishes in Hue. Nowadays, Hue be...

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Hanoi local food - travelers to Hanoi should try

Hanoi local food - travelers to Hanoi should try


Day Tours in Hanoi

Hanoi, thousand years of civilization, is not only known for scenic beauty, friendly people..  Hanoi is also the capital of gastronomy with many famous delicious dishes long ago went to the heart so many tourists. These are our recommendation of some local Hanoi food which every travelers would love to try. Phở (typical Hanoi cuisine) …

Halte gourmande : Au café Lux, un Bo Bun de rêve !

by Miss Tâm @ La kitchenette de Miss Tâm

Ouvert depuis le 18 septembre dans le quartier Saint-Maur / Oberkampf (Paris 11), le café Lux est un petit lieu convivial, sympa, sans chichis. Tenus par la belle et lumineuse Sophie (d’origine vietnamienne) et son mari Nicolas, ils misent sur … Lire la suite

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Most Inspired Tour Ever

by Domfredo Vu @ Hanoi eBuddies

Most inspired tour ever #Hanoiebuddies#freestudentguides #Tourreport I was so lucky to meet the perfect and funny girl Pamella , from Brazil .I did some tours before but this tour is really special. I had a lot of fun showing her around, we visited the historical sites of Hanoi.She really want to kn...

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Where I’m At: January, 2018 – Otres Beach edition

by James Clark @ Nomadic Notes

[Where I’m At; a monthly update of what I’ve been up to, site news, and where I’m going next.] Greetings from Otres Beach, and happy new year! Where I’ve Been Hanoi A post shared by James Clark ✈️ (@nomadicnotes) on Dec 2, 2017 at 5:47am PST Ahh Hanoi. Every time I go back I’m amazed […]

Bun Cha Nem Cua Be Dac Kim

Bun Cha Nem Cua Be Dac Kim


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Hanoi Old Quarter

by thanhnguyen @ Rising Dragon Palace Hotel

There’s an old Vietnamese saying, “Hanoi has thirty-six streets and guilds – Jam Street, Sugar Street, Salt Street…”. Inside a modern and dynamic city, there appears an antique quarter, the Hanoi’s Old Quarter – the represented eternal soul of the city. These days, most Vietnamese and Westerners are familiar with the phrase “Hà Nội –...

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How to make Bún chả (recipe of Vietnamese grilled pork with rice vermicelli noodles) - Rice 'n Flour

How to make Bún chả (recipe of Vietnamese grilled pork with rice vermicelli noodles) - Rice 'n Flour


Rice 'n Flour

How to make bun cha? This bun cha recipe shares with you detailed instructions on how to make the most authentic Vietnamese grilled pork with rice vermicel

Hang Ga Street

by thanhnguyen @ Rising Dragon Palace Hotel

Among the 12 Eastern zodiac signs used in Viet Nam, the Rooster is the least fierce of them all. Despite this, the rooster remains the only one to have one of Ha Noi’s 36 old-quarter streets named after it. That street is Hang Ga (chicken vendors) and other than a small alley called Lo Lon...

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Par : Sophie Tofu

by Sophie Tofu @ Commentaires sur : Bun Cha, vermicelles de riz au porc grillé de Hanoï (Bún Chả Hà Nội)

Mémé de Haiphong nous a appris au barbecue au charbon de bois :) avec les petites grilles qui vont bien venues tout droit de Hanoi :) Mais il est vrai que je l'ai mangé à Hanoi avec le nuoc mam tiède très dilué et les boulettes. Je vais cette fois tenter ta recette typique de Hanoi ! Merci Miss Tam !!

7 winter warmers to ward off the cold in Hanoi

by Thuc Nguyen @ Paloma Motorbike Tours

Follow the locals to nameless roadside eateries as the cold snap bites in Vietnam’s capital. Snails Unlike the spicy snails that are carefully fried or grilled in Saigon, the snails served on cold days in Hanoi are simply boiled. Feel the steam from the snails served with ginger sauce and lemongrass. Snails tend to appear in the rivers around Hanoi between autumn and winter. Try the tasty treats in small restaurants at 5 Tong Duy Tan, 1 Dinh Liet, 34A Tran Phu and 88 Cua Bac. Sweet dumplings These dumplings are made from sticky rice stuffed with mung beans or black sesame. The rice balls are then soaked in ginger syrup and served hot. Head to Hang Dieu, Quan Thanh or Tay Ho far a sample of these sweet balls from either age-old eateries or street vendors. Rib porridge Hanoi people love rib porridge and it’s needless to say why this hot congee with quay(fried dough) is a perfect choice for a cold day. There’s a nameless roadside stall at 2A Ly Quoc Su Street that man locals say serves the best rib porridge in Hanoi. You can also find this hot treat in Dong Xuan Market. Cassava dessert Cooked cassava paired with...

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Celebrating Vietnamese Lunar New Year In Hanoi – A Comprehensive Tet Guide

by Phuong Thuy @ The Christina's Blog

You might have heard that most businesses close during Tet in Hanoi, and that you won’t find a place to enjoy a slow dinner over the grill, let alone the charms of the city. But take it from a local, don’t worry! This thousand-year-old capital can show you a traditional Tet in Vietnam if you […]

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Bun Cha - Cooking Companions

Bun Cha - Cooking Companions


Cooking Companions

Bun Cha is a very popular Vietnamese dish from Hanoi which mainly consists of pork, rice vermicelli, fresh herbs and a delicious dipping sauce.

Bun cha Hanoi — Top 14 bun cha (kebab rice noodles) eateries in Hanoi you need to try - Living + Nomads – Travel tips, Guides, News & Information!

Bun cha Hanoi — Top 14 bun cha (kebab rice noodles) eateries in Hanoi you need to try - Living + Nomads – Travel tips, Guides, News & Information!


Living + Nomads – Travel tips, Guides, News & Information!

Beside Phở (Pho noodles), Bún chả Hà Nội (Bun Cha Hanoi, Hanoi bun cha, Vietnam kebab rice noodles, Bun Cha Vietnamese) is also a traditional and characteristic food of Hanoi, which any visitor can’t miss when stepping to Hanoi. For the Hanoi people, bun cha is also a familiar and favorite dish of them. Although it …

The Story Behind Obama's Bun Cha - Vietcetera

The Story Behind Obama's Bun Cha - Vietcetera


Vietcetera

One of Hanoi’s most prominent family run restaurants, Bun Cha Huong Lien, had no idea that one day, they’ll be hosting an US President

Vietnamese Coconut Coffee

by Analida @ Analida's Ethnic Spoon

In the baking Hanoi summer heat, there is a tasty treat to refresh and give you a nice kick of energy. What is it?  Vietnamese coconut coffee! Yes, you read right. Let me tell you all about it. In 2016, during our family’s visit to Hanoi to visit our daughter who lives there, we were...

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Ma May Street

by thanhnguyen @ Rising Dragon Palace Hotel

This street also is a union of two old streets. Hang May sold rattan products, and Hang Ma sold sacred joss (paper replicas of money, clothing, even stereo sets) to burn for the dead. Ma is burned in front of the altar of ancestors accompanied by prayers. Around the turn of the century, the streets...

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How To Make Traditional Lotus Seed Mooncakes?-Le Duy Hotel, prime location in Ho Chi Minh City

by Le Duy Hotel @ Le Duy Hotel

How To Make Traditional Lotus Seed Mooncakes  Until recently, mooncakes were on a shortlist of foods that I thought were impossible to make on my own. Purchased from a Chinatown bakery, they seemed too delicate and complicated to contemplate baking them at home. Well, now that I’ve taken the leap and made mooncakes myself, I...

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About Dong Xuan market

by thanhnguyen @ Rising Dragon Palace Hotel

Dong Xuan market is at the West end of Hanoi Old quarter, surrounded by Dong Xuan street Hang Khoai street and Cau Dong street. History Although located in the heart of the Old Quarters, the market is fairly young compared with the surrounding streets. It used to be an empty lot in front of Huyen...

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Six reasons why summer (kinda) rhymes with sugar in Vietnam

by Thuc Nguyen @ Paloma Motorbike Tours

There are millions of ways to enjoy the cool, sweet taste of summer in Vietnam, so here are some of our favorites. Che The sweet, slippery soup is one of the most iconic Vietnamese desserts. There are dozens of versions, ranging from a simple glass of just lotus seeds to a rainbow of beans, roots, cassava and jelly cubes. Crowded che stands can be found in most big markets across the country, including Nam Dong in Hanoi and Ben Thanh in Ho Chi Minh City. For something different, tourists can try the one served at the Cambodian market in the southern city. The shop is owned by a Vietnamese man who grew up in Cambodia but returned in the 1970s, serving the best of both Cambodian and Vietamese desserts. A serving usually costs $1 or less. Ice-cream in a coconut shell One scoop of ice-cream for the summer, or two? Well, it might be easier if you just have it all in a coconut. Kem dua is a special Vietnamese version of ice-cream served in a coconut shell topped with coconut strips, peanuts and chocolate sauce. The best way to eat it is to dig the spoon deep and take a full bite...

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Vietnamese Vermicelli w/Grilled Pork Patties (Bun Cha Ha Noi)

Vietnamese Vermicelli w/Grilled Pork Patties (Bun Cha Ha Noi)


Cathy Ha Cooks

This is a great Vietnamese noodle dish that's light and just packed with flavor. It's like a salad with a delicious dipping sauce, or dressing, and it's so easy to put together too. Back in March of 2016, President Barrack Obama visited Vietnam and he made this dish famous with a video clip of him c

Bun Cha – The Vietnamese Dish President Obama Fell In Love With - The Christina's Blog

Bun Cha – The Vietnamese Dish President Obama Fell In Love With - The Christina's Blog


The Christina's Blog

President Obama fell in love with Bun Cha when he tried it in Vietnam. Will you? Here's an all you need to know about this dish and where to find it!

Fancy one of the world’s greatest food experiences? Try Hanoi

by Thuc Nguyen @ Paloma Motorbike Tours

                                       Tourists eat out late at night in Hanoi. Photo by VnExpress/Giang Huy The Telegraph gets its teeth into Hanoi cuisine, and it’s not the famous ‘pho’ or Obama’s ‘bun cha’ Many people are drawn to a destination just because of how well it triggers their appetite, and for that reason, Hanoi is one of the world’s greatest cities to visit, The Telegraph recommends. The U.K. newspaper published a list of “the world’s 17 greatest cities for food” on Sunday and the Vietnamese capital grabbed second spot, after Tokyo. “Hanoi’s compact old center is arguably the better place to sample the balance of salt, sweet, sour and spice in Vietnamese cuisine,” it said, comparing the city with the popular southern metropolis of Ho Chi Minh City, which is “more international”. Hanoi is where one can take to the streets and eat like a local, it said. The city offers some of the most popular Vietnamese dishes such as “banh mi”, a baguette usually filled with grilled pork, meatballs or cold cuts, cucumber, cilantro, pickled carrots, liver pâté and a swipe of mayonnaise, or “com...

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Commentaires sur Bún Thịt Nướng (Vermicelles de riz au porc grillé à la citronnelle) par Stephen

by Stephen @ Commentaires pour La kitchenette de Miss Tâm

Bonjour, Superbe recette. Est-il possible de faire la marinade de viande la veille pour le soir suivant ? Merci pour votre site, Stephen

Bun Cha - Vietnamese Style Street Food - DublinTown

Bun Cha - Vietnamese Style Street Food - DublinTown


DublinTown

Traditional Vietnamese Street Food is served daily in Bun Cha on Moore St. Named after a grilled pork noodle dish, Bun Cha, is offers a healthy option to Asian cuisines. Dishes are freshly made and have various vegetarian and and vegan options. It is also gluten free meaning it’s suitable for everyone! The Bun Cha …

We are happy to make you happier

by Domfredo Vu @ Hanoi eBuddies

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Bungle in the Jungle, Five Days in the Hide: An Ill-Fated Search for the Rare and Elusive Nasalis Larvatus

by Steve McDonald @ Backpackology

Tweet “Hell is not hot, or cold. Nor is it deep below ground, or somewhere in the sky. Instead it is a place on Earth filled with sucking bogs, disfiguring diseases, and millions of tiny flesh-eating creatures. Hell is a jungle, and it is monstrously green.” -Greig Beck ********************** On the fourth day, a German […]

Hanoi Street Food Tour - PATA

Hanoi Street Food Tour - PATA


PATA

  When you travel to Vietnam and stay in Hanoi, Vivutravel advises you to do Hanoi Street Food tour which… Read More   

Dinner With Dad: Bun Cha Hanoi at Thien Thanh

Dinner With Dad: Bun Cha Hanoi at Thien Thanh


Houston Press

Another dinner with Dad, another new dish discovered, this time at Thien Thanh on Bellaire Boulevard. Thien Thanh is not a new restaurant, of course; their banh cuon is the best in the city, and has been much lauded by Vietnamese-food lovers all over Houston. When my dad suggested we...

“Hanoi 36 Streets”

by thanhnguyen @ Rising Dragon Palace Hotel

As the oldest continuously developed area of Vietnam, Hanoi’s Old Quarter has a history that spans 2,000 years and represents the eternal soul of the city. Located between the Lake of the Restored Sword, the Long Bien Bridge, a former city rampart, and a citadel wall, the Old Quarter started as a snake and alligator-infested...

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Commentaires sur Index Recettes par NGUYEN

by NGUYEN @ Commentaires pour La kitchenette de Miss Tâm

Un grand merci Miss Tâm pour la recette de Bun Bo Huê que j'ai appliqué à la lettre pour 10 personnes. Apparament mes convives ont bien apprécié ma soupe.

Lucky Charms Is Discontinuing What Is Objectively Its Least Identifiable Marshmallow

Lucky Charms Is Discontinuing What Is Objectively Its Least Identifiable Marshmallow

by Mayukh Sen @ Munchies

It will be missed by the three people in the world who could tell what it was.

eat delicious bun cha ha noi at bun cha ta

eat delicious bun cha ha noi at bun cha ta


AFAR Media

Bun cha is a must eat when in Hanoi. There are many places that boast the "best" bun cha in the city, but Bun Cha Ta has my vote. The restaurant is much more modern (read clean/hygienic) than the typical mom-and-pop shop, which is good for Westerns not used to Southeast Asian street food standa...

Photo Travelogue: The Biggest Darkness (An Expedition to the Largest Cave Chamber on Earth)

by Steve McDonald @ Backpackology

Tweet When I was a little fat kid and my favorite computer game was Microsoft Encarta, I promised myself that one day I would visit the Sarawak Chamber in Borneo. I wanted to see the biggest darkness. I wanted to stand before the largest cave chamber on earth—large enough to fit ten Boeing jets nose […]

What to eat in Hanoi and where to eat it

by eatwithchristy @ bun cha hanoi – eat with christy

With the exception of a bowl of pho in Paris and a banh mi in KL (which were both terrible mistakes), I’ve forced myself to resist the temptation of getting Vietnamese food during the last six months, all in anticipation of coming to Vietnam. I’ve […]

Review: BBQ with The Pit Barrel Cooker

by The Ravenous Couple @ The Ravenous Couple

Let’s put this out here front and center. We’re gluttons for good smoked bbq (we’ve had a bbq caterer smoke bbq for 3 parties!) but have always been too intimidated to make it at home—until now. Yes, we’ve spent hours making complex soups such as bun bo hue and other seemingly difficult Vietnamese dishes, but […]

Hanoi’s lantern festival

by Thuc Nguyen @ Paloma Motorbike Tours

An exhibition has revived the old spirit as Vietnam counts down to the full moon on Wednesday night. Lanterns for sale on Hang Gai Street during the Mid-Autumn Festival in 1926. The festival peaks on the full moon of the eighth lunar month, which falls on Wednesday this week. Children are drawn to a fish lantern outside a shop on Hang Gai in the Old Quarter. Star-shaped lanterns, the most popular toy during the festival, are made on the sidewalk. A wooden fighting roosters toy in a photo captured in 1937. Animals made from rice flour were popular in Hanoi nearly a century ago. These toys are still on sale in Vietnamese cities, but they now appeal more to nostalgic adults. A lion dance troupe prepares for their performance on Hang Thiec Street. Women make mooncakes on Hang Duong Street, known as the city’s sweets street, in a photo in 1928. A family offers a festival feast on their altar. A crab lantern. The Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences is displaying the photos at the Hanoi Ancient House, 87 Ma May, Hoan Kiem District. Source: vnexpress

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Enjoy a Cultural Tet in Central Vietnam: Hue, Da Nang, & Hoi An.

by Phuc Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

The North celebrates the Spring of 2018 with many unique festivals such as the Hai Ba Trung Festival, the beautiful pink peach-blossoms that line the streets, and a slight breeze that is both warming and reminiscent of home. The South, on the other hand, greets Tet with the charming yellow apricot-blossoms and joy in the […]

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CMG Asia’s Chief Creative Officer Michael Wong’s Guide To Creativity

by David Kaye @ Vietcetera

Michael Wong is the creative spark behind California Management Group Asia. The company, founded in 2007 with the aim to “make life better,” now has sixteen brands that include their first venture, California Fitness & Yoga, and newer imprints like UFC Gym, Yoga Plus, the Calikids Academy, and Eri Science of Beauty. Michael joined after […]

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The oldest places to taste Bun cha in Hanoi

The oldest places to taste Bun cha in Hanoi


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Bun cha” is a popular and traditional dish of Hanoian. Many people and visitors hardly forget its taste after trying once. It is easy to see and smell the small vendors which offer this delicious dish in many corners of Hanoi streets and alleys every day, even in bad weather. However, only a few of these restaurants still preserve a long history of maintaining and processing for many generations. ...

A ballistic bowl of bún chả

A ballistic bowl of bún chả


Explore Parts Unknown

In Hanoi at lunchtime, bún chả, a grilled pork and noodle dish, is everywhere.

U.S PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA WITH BUN CHA HANOI

U.S PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA WITH BUN CHA HANOI


Paloma Motorbike Tours

U.S PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA WITH BUN CHA HANOI U.S. President Barack Obama ate one of Hanoi’s must-try delicacies for dinner

Hang Thung Street

by thanhnguyen @ Rising Dragon Palace Hotel

In the old days, on this block inside the Dong Yen gate, barrels were manufactured. The barrels were used for storing and carrying water and fish sauce. The communal house and the temple of the barrel makers’ guild is located at 22 Hang Thung, but is hidden behind newer buildings. The street is shaded by...

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Chayote Squash Chicken Soup

by Victoria @ How Daily

Light, simple, and healthy chayote squash chicken soup to supplement your body of vitamins and minerals against the cold weather outside. Served as light lunch or side soup along your other favorites.

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Commentaires sur Cours de cuisine vietnamienne à l’Appartement créatif (Paris 20) par Julien ALEXANDRE

by Julien ALEXANDRE @ Commentaires pour La kitchenette de Miss Tâm

Quelle convivialité!!! On se sent pratiquement chez soi grace à l'accueil charmant de Minh Tam... Et quelle recette! Le poulet coco-citronnelle est un pur délice, digne d'un plat gastronomique... Respect des aliments, de l'hygiène, et partage de son savoir faire, tel est la ligne directrice de notre chef... Un tres bon moment partagé en famille... A recommander!!!

Why Does Vietnam Have a Mid-Day Siesta? I Blame the Bun Cha

Why Does Vietnam Have a Mid-Day Siesta? I Blame the Bun Cha


SAVEUR

Bun cha is the Hanoian lunch noodle dish so hearty you'll be dozing off after.

Recipe: Vegan Pineapple Fried Rice- Cơm chiên trái thơm chay

by Helen Le @ Danang Cuisine

Recipe: Vegan Pineapple Fried Rice- Cơm chiên trái thơm chayBy Helen Le Published: December 12, 2017Prep: 20 minsCook: 30 minsReady In: 50 minsYield: 1-2 ServingsVegan Pineapple Fried Rice is a quite popular dish in Asian regions. It’s a healthier alternative to takeout, because it’s lower in sodium, vegan and gluten-freeCơm chiên trái thơm là món […]

Dac Kim restaurant (bun cha) in Hanoi - Restaurant in Hanoi, Vietnam - Justgola

Dac Kim restaurant (bun cha) in Hanoi - Restaurant in Hanoi, Vietnam - Justgola


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The restaurant named Dac Kim located on Hang Manh street kept on coming up as the best Bun Cha restaurant in Hanoi

Crazy Jump Macau Tower: Bungy jumpers in costume at the highest commercial skyjump in the world

by James Clark @ Nomadic Notes

Sometimes the word crazy is overused, but in the case of the Macau Tower Crazy Jump the use of crazy is warranted. The Macau Tower is 338 metres high and was completed in 2001. Bungee jumping from the tower began in 2006. The jump is 233 metres, making it the highest commercial skyjump in the […]

Mauricio Alves’ Chameleonic Gema Architecture And Interior Design

by David Kaye @ Vietcetera

Gema’s General Director, Mauricio Alves, works with his multinational team in a house style defined by its indefinability. The architecture and interior design company were commissioned to design Le Club Bar at the historic Hanoi Sofitel Legend Metropole, NAMO’s artisanal Italian pizzeria, El Gaucho’s macho neo-industrial Argentinian steakhouses, and the Maharajah’s palace opulence of Tajmasago Indian […]

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Why bún chả was the perfect dish for Obama and Bourdain to eat in Hanoi

Why bún chả was the perfect dish for Obama and Bourdain to eat in Hanoi


Public Radio International

By now you've seen the photo: President Obama and Anthony Bourdain at a little Hanoi diner sharing beers and supper. Here's more on what was in their bowls.

Bun cha Hanoi, the name has been called

Bun cha Hanoi, the name has been called


Indochina Voyages

Bun cha is also on the list of top must-try dishes while traveling to Hanoi. Not so many dishes that are easy to try, take  whenever you want, independent on the season, delicious and inexpensive as Bun cha.

Bun Cha Hanoi - Top 5 Places to Try - Hanoi local food

Bun Cha Hanoi - Top 5 Places to Try - Hanoi local food


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Bun cha is a well-known local food in Hanoi. It is made of grilled pork and noodle, often thought to have been originated from Hanoi, Vietnam. This dish is served with grilled fatty pork (cha) over a plate of white … read more

The Best Thing We Ate for Under $10 This Week: Pho Bang's $9.75 Bun Cha Ha Noi

The Best Thing We Ate for Under $10 This Week: Pho Bang's $9.75 Bun Cha Ha Noi


Thrillist

It's one of the only places in the city to get the Vietnamese street-food favorite.

Grilled Meat with Noodles ( Bun Cha ) - Hanoi eBuddies

Grilled Meat with Noodles ( Bun Cha ) - Hanoi eBuddies


Hanoi eBuddies

Vermicelli with grilled meatball –  “ must taste “ food in Ha Noi Vermicelli with grilled meatball  , a very famous food , sounds very popular  with people in Ha Noi but it is quite unfamiliar with foreigner tourists  . However , this food , with the delicacy inside ,  has always made a strong impression  on international visitors  right from the very first time they tasted it .   To make the special of this dish , the meatball is one of the main two parts that can  be indispensable . After had been marinated with the right amount of spices  and ingredients such as onions , peppers , fish source , etc  in one or two hours , the meatball must be grilled carefully with coal . Only when using coal  can the meat have a delectable smell that can not appear if being cooked  by  any kind of different methods . Walking  on the street , travelers may see  some images of sellers sitting in front of the restaurant  are wet with sweat to grill the meatball .   The most important part that decides the great savour of this food is the source going with the grilled meatball  . With a right amount of spices such as vinegar , sugar , salt , garlic , chili and a very special ingredient that only Viet Nam has is fish source has made wonderful taste for the source . In vietnamese cuisine , the source represents for the harmony in the taste and in the colors . Just with a small bowl of source , there would be a little bit salty from fish source and salt  , sweet from sugar , hot from chili and sour from vinegar , and of course , a savoury smell from garlic . Besides , the colors are very eye-catching with orange from carrot and white from green papaya that  also make the source become tasty than ever .   Enjoying vermicelli with grilled meatball with fresh- beer would be the best choice for visitors in hot days .  

Goi cuon chay | Vegetarische lenterollen

by Kim Le Cao @ Pho Vietnam

Als kind kende ik het woord chay eigenlijk alleen van de monniken die zogenoemd ‘an chay’, boeddhistisch eten. Dit houdt in eerst instantie in dat ze geen vlees en geen zout eten. Tegenwoordig wordt met dit woord vaak ‘vegetarisch’ bedoeld, maar er is verschil tussen vegetarisch en boeddhistisch. Vegetarische reizigers […]

Nem Cua Bien – Crab spring rolls

by skyhubuser @ Skyhubvn

Spring roll is one of the popular in Vietnamese cuisine. It is one of of  Normally, there are two kind of spring rolls : deep fried spring rolls ( “cha gio”)  and fresh spring...

Emperor Herbal Chicken

by Sindhu Bharadwaj @ Asian Inspirations

  1. Steam the herbs with 500ml water for 5 mins.
  2. Place chicken over an aluminium foil and stuff half of the herbs in chicken. Place the rest around the chicken.
  3. Pour the water used to steam the herbs inside foil with the chicken.
  4. Wrap the foil up into bundle and steam chicken for

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Recapping Anthony Bourdain ‘Parts Unknown’ in Hanoi

Recapping Anthony Bourdain ‘Parts Unknown’ in Hanoi


Eater

Featuring one-liners, streetside noodles, and Barack Obama

Hanoi food tour: grazing, Vietnamese style

by thanhnguyen @ Rising Dragon Palace Hotel

From noodles, to crispy pancakes and birds cooked in Coke cans, Natalie Paris takes a walking tour to discover some of Hanoi’s best street food “As a road user there’s an understanding when crossing traffic. I pick my moment but then when I’m on the road I don’t even look.” Mark, our street food guide...

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Saigon to Hanoi by Motorbike: 5 Suggested Routes

by Thuc Nguyen @ Paloma Motorbike Tours

Riding from Saigon to Hanoi by motorbike is probably the most popular road trip in Vietnam, and it’s unquestionably one of the best ways to experience the country. For years, travellers simply took the most obvious route: Highway 1. Today, however, thanks to ambitious road building programs, there are far more scenic, pleasant and less trodden ways to ride between the country’s two main cities. Having ridden south to north on numerous occasions (the first time, predictably, on Highway 1), I’ve put together the following 5 suggested motorbike routes from Saigon to Hanoi, so that travellers who are planning this road trip have more of an idea of the kind of options available to them. 1. THE CLASSIC: Total Distance: 2,770km Average Duration: 2-4 weeks Road Conditions: paved rural & coastal back-roads, new & old highways Navigation: mostly simple, some tricky bits in central areas Scenery: coast, highlands, mountains, limestone, cities, villages, cultural sites DESCRIPTION: Weaving a course between coast and highlands, The Classic route is equal parts beach and mountain. Quiet, stunning coastal roads in the south and central provinces yield to a mighty landscape of limestone karsts on the Ho Chi Minh Road in the north-central region. Popular towns and sights, such as Mui...

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Cha gio & Nem ran | Loempia’s van rijstpapier

by Kim Le Cao @ Pho Vietnam

Gefrituurde loempia’s worden in Vietnam Cha gio en Nem ran (Noord-Vietnam) genoemd. In Céci n’est pas een loempia heb ik de authenticiteit van de Vietnamese loempia (met Chinese tarwebloemvellen) besproken. Loempia’s van rijstpapier zijn de originele Vietnamese loempia. Hoewel het verschil alleen aan de buitenkant zit, bezorgen de vellen een heel […]

Hanoi Photo Diary

by eatwithchristy @ eat with christy

Hanoi, my first stop in Vietnam, a country I’ve been looking forward to visiting the last six months. I remember getting out of the Uber on my way from the airport and just smiling at how busy the city was: the scooters whizzing by, the […]

Par : Marie Damas

by Marie Damas @ Commentaires sur : Bun Cha, vermicelles de riz au porc grillé de Hanoï (Bún Chả Hà Nội)

Mmmmm les boulettes!!!! et le mélange d'herbes merveilleux. J'ai fait la recette avec des herbes prises un peu au hasard, ca ne doit pas être très orthodoxe mais c'était délicieux : coriandre, liserons d'eau, ngo gai (?) et kayeng (?). En revanche j'ai mal estimé le temps de préparation (je le saurai pour la prochaine fois) et j'ai choisi de faire du riz gluant à la vapeur au lieu des vermicelles...... que j'ai lamentablement raté (si, si, c'est possible). Merci pour cette recette !

Par : Bérengère

by Bérengère @ Commentaires sur : Bun Cha, vermicelles de riz au porc grillé de Hanoï (Bún Chả Hà Nội)

Je n'ai pas fait de photos, mais la prochaine fois que je réaliserai ce plat je le photographierai et je t'enverrai les photos. Par contre je réalise le plat non pas avec des nouilles, mais souvent... avec du riz gluant. On se refait pas j'en mets partout j'adore ça.

Hanoi Style Vermicelli Noodles with Grilled Pork (Bun Cha Hanoi)

Hanoi Style Vermicelli Noodles with Grilled Pork (Bun Cha Hanoi)


Vietnamese Home Cooking Recipes

My favorite Vietnamese dish of all time is Hanoi-Style Rice Vermicelli with Grilled Pork, also known as Bun Cha Hanoi in Vietnam. It's a dish that I can never get enough of. It's a refreshing and light dish, made up of rice noodles (bun), pork patties (cha), and thinly sliced fatty pork shoulder. So

Par : Miss Tâm

by Miss Tâm @ Commentaires sur : Bun Cha, vermicelles de riz au porc grillé de Hanoï (Bún Chả Hà Nội)

Merci de votre commentaire. Les recettes au pays sont toujours meilleures qu'à l'étranger. En effet, au barbecue, les grillades sont meilleures. Mais à la poêle, les boulettes de viande pour le Bun Cha sont absolument honorables, voire délicieuses. En avez-vous déjà goûté de cette façon ? Merci de votre visite ! À bientôt.

Food in Vietnam Hanoi: Bun Cha - Travel.Snap.Stories

Food in Vietnam Hanoi: Bun Cha - Travel.Snap.Stories


Travel.Snap.Stories

Tasting the local food is one of our interests while travelling. Read about where we ate a popular Vietnamese dish - Bun Cha, in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Eating Bun Cha in Hanoi Vietnam

Eating Bun Cha in Hanoi Vietnam


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See why we love Bun Cha Hanoi, the iconic noodle dish invented and perfected in Vietnam's capital city.

Travel With Us For Your Great Experiences !

by Domfredo Vu @ Hanoi eBuddies

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Bún thang de Hanoi (une spécialité culinaire de Hanoi)

by Miss Tâm @ La kitchenette de Miss Tâm

La soupe bún thang, sophistiquée aux saveurs délicates, tient une place privilégiée dans le cœur des Hanoiens. Quand on évoque la gastronomie de Hanoi à l’étranger, on pense d’abord à la soupe pho parce que celle-ci a été largement diffusée … Lire la suite

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Grilled Meat with Noodles ( Bun Cha )

by Domfredo Vu @ Hanoi eBuddies

Vermicelli with grilled meatball –  “ must taste “ food in Ha Noi Vermicelli with grilled meatball  , a very famous food , sounds very popular  with people in Ha Noi but it is quite unfamiliar with foreigner tourists  . However , this food , with the delicacy inside ,  has always made a strong impre...

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Lo Hon Chai (Buddha’s Delight)

by Sindhu Bharadwaj @ Asian Inspirations

  1. Soak shiitake mushrooms, black fungus, glass noodles, foo chook, lily bulbs for about 40 mins.
  2. Heat oil in the large wok, add red fermented beancurd and stir fry briefly
  3. Add in water, followed by the fermented bean curd water, cabbage, fried beancurd, red dates, mushrooms, lily bulbs and black fungus. Bring to

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Banh canh cha ca | Udonnoedelsoep met viskoek

by Kim Le Cao @ Pho Vietnam

Deze noedelsoep maakt gebruik van Japanse udonnoedels. Er zijn talrijke varianten van Banh Canh doordat je eindeloos kunt variëren met de bouillon en vleessoorten. Japanse udonnoedels zijn gemaakt van tarwebloem, de Vietnamese noedels zijn gemaakt van tapioca- en rijstmeel. Het maakt niet uit of je de Japanse of Vietnamese variant […]

Bún riêu cua (soupe de vermicelles de riz au crabe revisitée)

by Miss Tâm @ La kitchenette de Miss Tâm

Dans le cœur des Vietnamiens, certains plats populaires lui sont particulièrement chers. Parmi ceux-là, le bún riêu cua, une merveilleuse soupe de vermicelles de riz (bún) légèrement acide (riêu) au crabe (cua), est apprécié de tous pour la saveur fine et exquise … Lire la suite

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Commentaires sur Bananes au lait de coco et perles de tapioca (Chè chuối / Chuối chưng) par Sewey

by Sewey @ Commentaires pour La kitchenette de Miss Tâm

Je vais tester ce soir :) En tout cas, un grand merci et bravo parce que ton blog me sauve la vie. J'ai toujours eu l'habitude d'avheter plein de livres de recettes, mais tres souvent decue du resultat (je ne suis pas une super cuisiniere de base). Et la... je tombe sur ton blog ou j'ai deja essaye 5/6 recettes que je refais regulierement, et a chaque fois c'est une tuerie !! Donc un grand merci ! Un livre de prevu peut etre ?

House Of Chay’s Lifestyle Products For The Conscious Consumer

by Jake Hornberger @ Vietcetera

The conscious consumer movement is spreading across the globe. Buyers are better informed than ever about supply chain practices, and they’re demanding transparency. Sustainability and ethical practices are at the core of their concerns and in Vietnam, the movement’s been fed by scares around cups of fake coffee, sedative-fed pigs, and chemically-ripened fruit. On the […]

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Socially Responsible Travel in Hanoi (Travel and Give Back to the Community)

by Sue Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

The phrase “socially responsible travel” is a new trend followed by travelers all over the world, in the context that traveling and experiencing new cultures is popular nowadays. Hanoi, renown for the chaotic Old Quarter, many little temples, Dong Xuan Market that sells household goods and street food, already has so much to offer. However, […]

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Par : Miss Tâm

by Miss Tâm @ Commentaires sur : Bun Cha, vermicelles de riz au porc grillé de Hanoï (Bún Chả Hà Nội)

Merci de ta visite ! J'espère que le bun cha t'a plu ainsi qu'à ta petite famille. Belle semaine à toi.

The Long Road To Nowhere: A Hitchhiker’s Tale from Outer Mongolia

by Backpackology.org @ Backpackology

Tweet On the third day, I made a sea-change decision: I thought, if I ever get out of this miserable desert, I’m going to write my first postcard ever. “Sunny Greetings from the Gobi!” it will say, happily scrawled over a stark, grey purgatory of pebbly sand and death. On the back I’d write:   […]

How I ride motorbike with a foreigner

by Domfredo Vu @ Hanoi eBuddies

How I ride motorbike with a foreiner, #Hanoiebuddies#freestudentguides #tourreport It’s not the first time I went food tour with a foreigner and also not the first time I rode my Wave Honda with a foreigner but it’s really the very first time I rode my Honda with a person who is as heavy...

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The Clumsies On How They Became One Of The World’s Best Bars

by David Kaye @ Vietcetera

The Clumsies is an all-day bar in the Greek capital of Athens. Currently ranked sixth in the world, their high-concept cocktail menu is changed annually. While their team continue to innovate at home, two of The Clumsies are here to launch a pop-up at the Park Hyatt Saigon. They touched down with a suitcase filled […]

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Autumn spirit served up in the form of rice flakes by Hanoi village

by Thuc Nguyen @ Paloma Motorbike Tours

Like pumpkins and candy at Halloween, rice flakes are a must during the fall in the capital. It is an unwritten rule that when you talk about autumn in Hanoi, you have to mention rice flakes. No one knows when the flat sticky rice first became an autumn delicacy in the capital, but the art of making the tasty snack has been well-preserved for more than a century in Me Tri Village. More than 50 households in this village have their fires burning for rice flakes twice a year, depending on the harvest season. Experience shows that rice picked during fall makes the best rice flakes because it is sweeter and more aromatic. The sticky rice used for rice flakes should come from young plants. Me Tri Village in Nam Tu Liem District and Vong Village in Cau Giay District are the most famous places in the north for this treat. These women are removing the grains from paddy flowers. The grains are soaked in water. The tailings, which float to the surface, are removed. The grains are roasted for two hours.  Then they are ground under a wooden pestle, and the ground grains are screened again to remove all the husks. The final product is wrapped in lotus leaves, and these green-yellow...

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Commentaires sur Pâtés impériaux ou nem (chả giò / nem rán) par DECAENS

by DECAENS @ Commentaires pour La kitchenette de Miss Tâm

Bonjour, MIss, je suis eurasienne du Loiret, j'ai toujours vu dans mon enfance ma mère vietnamienne faire des nems,. J'ai maintenant 55 ans, j'ai jamais demandé à ma mère sa recette, tellement ils étaient délicieux . Souvent je fais des nems un peu au pif!!!!!!!!!!!!. En regardant aujourd'hui ta recette, j'éprouve une entière satisfaction culinaire, et je perfectionne ma recette, merci miss d'être avec nous pour conserver nos traditions culinaires ancestrales. mfrance

What to eat in Hanoi and where to eat it

by eatwithchristy @ eat with christy

With the exception of a bowl of pho in Paris and a banh mi in KL (which were both terrible mistakes), I’ve forced myself to resist the temptation of getting Vietnamese food during the last six months, all in anticipation of coming to Vietnam. I’ve […]

Extremely Fabulous Tour

by Domfredo Vu @ Hanoi eBuddies

We had an extremely fabulous tour to Temple of Literature and Hoa Lo Prison. Despite the fact that we took long walks under very humid weather, Sam and Jess were very excited to details, information we told them. Hoa Lo prison impressed them with the great Vietnam’s war history. In the end, we...

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Hanoi’s notorious black market, where anything goes

by Thuc Nguyen @ Paloma Motorbike Tours

Don’t expect a receipt if you’re looking to buy anything from this market. Most Hanoians would be flummoxed if you asked them where Hoa Binh Market is, but if you asked them about Chợ Giời, it would be a different story. The name Chợ Giời tells a story itself as its earliest vendors used to gather in an open-air spot to sell pretty much everything they owned, hence the name “Giời”, meaning sky, God and outdoors in Vietnamese. The market is believed to have opened in 1955 on the corner of two streets, but since then it has expanded to more than four streets and two big alleys along the busy thoroughfares of Hue and Hang Bai. In Chợ Giời, vendors sell everything from car parts and metal springs to TV remotes. Some old, some new, some possibly stolen. The majority of the goods are mechanical items, and here you can find the tiniest screwdrivers to rare 1980’s amplifiers all under the same roof. Following the war and the subsidy period, Chợ Giời was split down into different departments. Yen Bai 2 Street was known for its CDs and DVDs  —  before the Internet and Youtube changed all that. Nguyen Cong Tru Street draws vendors selling...

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Capital connection: The 7 bridges of Hanoi

by Thuc Nguyen @ Paloma Motorbike Tours

Nhat Tan Bridge Nhat Tan Bridge, also known as the Vietnam – Japan Friendship Bridge, was inaugurated in January 2015. It is the first cable-stayed bridge in Hanoi with a total length of 8.9km (5.5 miles) with five spans, representing the capital city’s five ancient gates, crossing the Red River. The project had total investment of VND13,600 billion ($598 million), split between the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and the Vietnamese government. The bridge was opened for public together with Nhat Tan – Noi Bai Highway which helps shorten travel time between Noi Bai International Airport and Hanoi’s center. Dong Tru Bridge Dong Tru Bridge opened to traffic in October 2014. The 1.1km bridge crossing the Duong River in Long Bien District cost VND882 billion and has eight lanes. It is 55m wide and has two 80m side-spans and a 120m central span. The bridge was built using concrete-filled steel arches, the first time this technology had been used in Southeast Asia. It is also the widest bridge in Vietnam. Thang Long Bridge Thang Long Bridge was built from 1974 to 1985. The 3,250-meter long bridge connects the city with Noi Bai Airport and was considered a symbol of Vietnam-Soviet relations....

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Bun cha Hanoi - Vespa Adventures

Bun cha Hanoi - Vespa Adventures


Vespa Adventures

By Summer & Kayli www.getbusyexploring.com The restaurant we were at was one of the oldest Bun Cha in the country...

The Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City

by fred wilson @ Back of the Bike Tours

If you are following us on our YouTube Channel (and you should!) you probably would have watched all of our top 5 already. Our goal as always is to provide travelers with the best spots, according to us, for various Vietnamese street food or activities here...

Hanoi Style Salmon with Turmeric and Dill

by The Ravenous Couple @ The Ravenous Couple

Cha Ca Thanh Long is one of our favorite Vietnamese dishes and we’ve already wrote about it here, but this time we’re back with similar recipe but a slight twist. Traditionally this dish is made in small portions with cut filet of snakehead or catfish cooked table side or on a sizzling fajita style pan, […]

“Bun Cha” Hanoi

by thanhnguyen @ Rising Dragon Palace Hotel

The author of a Vietnamese cuisine guidebook said “I discovered new taste buds that I didn’t know I had.” I think that is the most accurate description about Vietnamese cuisine. As an avid eater, I was really excited about a month trip to Vietnam. And yes, I did eat a lot. Spring rolls, Pho and...

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Commentaires sur Bo Bun (Vermicelles de riz au boeuf sauté) ou Bò bún / Bún bò nam bộ par Nguyen emeline

by Nguyen emeline @ Commentaires pour La kitchenette de Miss Tâm

Bonjour Miss Tam! Pr mon anniversaire, j'ai invité 15 personnes à manger et j'ai choisi de faire un bo bun! votre recette sur internet semblait la plus intéressante! et effectivement c'était délicieux! je n'ai pas eu de soucis à la faire, car c'est très précis. Merci ! J'ai diminué simplement les doses de viande car ns ne sommes pas trop des viandards et cela suffisait largement! Je suis métisse franco-viet, mais mon père ne m'a jamais appris à cuisiner viet, donc, je connais peu de choses! c'est chouette d'avoir accès à la tradition culinaire via ton site! La prochaine fois je ferais un pho! à bientot!

Boiled Chayote Squash and Carrot with Crushed-peanut Sesame

by Victoria @ How Daily

Simple and easy-to-do boiled chayote squash and carrot dipping with crushed peanut. This can be side to any marinate, grill or fry dish.

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Hang Bac Street

by thanhnguyen @ Rising Dragon Palace Hotel

Hang Bac Street is now located Hang Bac ward, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi. With 0,5 km of length. At the head of street interact with Hang Ngang Street, Hang Dao Street, Hang Bo Street. View of East: near Tran Quang Khai & dike side of Red River Referring to the contents of the stele inscriptions...

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