What’s Up Old Quarter 2018

Bánh mì pate Lãn Ông

For the quick snack

Go to this 30-year old bánh mì shop. It is a must-try in Hà Nội.

Bún chả restaurant

For the street food lover

Located in a small alley at the Old Quarter, the restaurant specializes in mixed fish sauce, noodles and grilled pork balls.

Chè 4 mùa

For the dessert fix

For travelers with a sweet tooth, this shop (established before 1975) is famous for its sweet desserts, including lotus seeds with black jelly and mung beans.

Cộng Café

For the history buff

An intimate, cosy and historic location. Vietnam’s recent history echoes in its decorations, including old photographs and model aircraft.

Giảng Café

For the coffee addict

It’s most popular offering is Hanoi’s iconic egg coffee.

Miến lươn (eel noodle)

For the adventurous

It is best known for its light soup noodles, fried eels and “bún cá” fish noodles.

Phở Gia Truyền

For the authentic Phở

As the name suggests it serves “Phở” – Vietnam’s iconic dish. Its white noodles, light soup and tender beef for make a perfect bowl of phở. Phở Gia Truyền is the best Phở restaurant in Hanoi, having been established over 50 years ago. It’s so good that customers are willing to stand in line!

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Bánh mì pate Lãn Ông

For the quick snack

Go to this 30-year old bánh mì shop. It is a must-try in Hà Nội.

Bún chả restaurant

For the street food lover

Located in a small alley at the Old Quarter, the restaurant specializes in mixed fish sauce, noodles and grilled pork balls.

Chè 4 mùa

For the dessert fix

For travelers with a sweet tooth, this shop (established before 1975) is famous for its sweet desserts, including lotus seeds with black jelly and mung beans.

Cộng Café

For the history buff

An intimate, cosy and historic location. Vietnam’s recent history echoes in its decorations, including old photographs and model aircraft.

Giảng Café

For the coffee addict

It’s most popular offering is Hanoi’s iconic egg coffee.

Miến lươn (eel noodle)

For the adventurous

It is best known for its light soup noodles, fried eels and “bún cá” fish noodles.

Phở Gia Truyền

For the authentic Phở

As the name suggests it serves “Phở” – Vietnam’s iconic dish. Its white noodles, light soup and tender beef for make a perfect bowl of phở. Phở Gia Truyền is the best Phở restaurant in Hanoi, having been established over 50 years ago. It’s so good that customers are willing to stand in line!

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