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The real taste of Hanoi banh cuôn. Nice well run local place. Definitely worth stopping by with friendly service and reasonable price. A good mix of local people and foreigners having read Trip Advisor.
Avoid this place. As usual with a lot of touristy places in Hanoi the service is awful and it seems as though they feel entitled to be rude, disrespectful and ignore you when you ask something. All waitresses seemed very angry. The Banh Cuon we...More
Popular with locals and afficienadoes of rice pancakes. We stopped off as part of a street food tour to watch the rather tasteless product being made. But once filled and sprinkled with dried shrimp and watercress it looked and tastes OK.
Back in Borneo they service something similar when u have Sim Sum called "cheung fan". However, cheung fan usually served with pork or prown and the rice roll is thicker whereas those in Hanoi are very thin and they don't just mix with pork they...More
It was one of the few clean and comfortable local restaurant in the Old Quarter area. The foods was nice. We had ordered Steamed rolled rice pancake with pork meat, roasted cinnamon pork and Chinese sausage. This place also very popular among the locals.
I used to came here with my parent when Mrs. Van still here to say welcome to customers with friendly smiles, however, nowadays her children are taking care of the restaurant I have to say that both services and foods quality have gone down a...More