definitely place you need to go for. there are various kinds of food related to fish . the locals also come here very often.
The food was great, Cha Ca is essentially fish marinated in turmeric cooked tableside with fresh dill, and eaten with onions, chilis, and rice noodles. It is way too overpriced though, about $14/person. That is about 3 times the price of an average meal on the streets, and this location is definitely no better than that. We talked to our... More
The fried fish at Cha Ca La Vong is definitely not worth the VND280,000 per pax or VND560,000 for 2 pax portion. The fish is just ok and nothing to rave about. I should have gone to the other restaurant Cha Ca Thang Long which I think is half of what they charge here based on the pricing stated in... More
Fixed price meal with fish as the main entree is delicious. It seems a little more expensive than other Vietnamese restaurants in the area but it's still a good value.
I would recommend this if you are into unique cultural experiences. As other reviewers have noted this place is very simple. But it is a place the locals favor. This is a place not to go as a tourist looking for great food, but to go with your Vietnamese friends for a genuine Vietnamese experience. I would not put this... More
Traveling in Hanoi, trying to find local food, typically Vietnam home style dishes, friend introduce this restaurant. But very disappoint - food taste is just ok, and service is poor, we only get one source, usually provided two sauce. And also charged chill, not extra! Really is not worth it's price! $20 USdollar, only having a few grilled curries fishes!... More
We ate here at the end of our month long stay in and around Hanoi and we loved it. It is clean and they offer one dish for 25 000 - a clear explanation for any foreigners who venture there. The fried fish sizzles in front of you and you add a choice of leaves from a basket in front... More
Turn up, sit down and get given a bowl of leaves with the local fish and enjoy. eat alongside the locals on the first floor.
One of the oldest Vietnamese restaurant , actually it fits more in the category of Street Food, Wooden benches and tables, forget about hygiene.... A sticker on the table , mentions that one Kind of food is only served!,,, In spite of all the negative points, the food is good, it is fish ,rice noodles and herbs coriander,basil and mint.The... More
I think what's most amazing is how a restaurant so dirty and serving only 1 item on the menu can survive this long for 5 generations! If you can look past the surroundings and ignore the occasional rodent and cockroach you see crawling by and get past the initial skepticism of how a fish so seemingly simply served then it... More
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