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It’s a place that does one thing and they DO IT GREAT. The chicken noodle soup is a nice side-step to chicken pho you’ll see everywhere. My friend and I visited this place and sat upstairs through the back alley. Very charming space with the...More
We went here from a recommendation on a travel blog. The tables at the front are full of locals and there is inside seating area down an alleyway and up some stairs. Personally I didn’t like the chicken broth, it seems to be an acquired...More
If you are after some original Hanoi food, you have to get here. Not far from the Hoan Kiem Lake. A bowl of noodles at 40k VND fills you up. More of a street food place but they have limited seating. Highly recommended.
Need to keep yours eyes big for the actual store as it is just a few tables by the street. Look our for the red signboard in yellow words. The owner is very friendly as we do not speak the local language, instead we will...More
Hearty clear chicken soup noodle. The broth is really flavorful although it looks bland, add some chili, squeeze some lime and you're good! And like all noodle soup shops (only) in Hanoi, you get a bowl of free fried bread fritter to dip in the...More
Just located a few steps from the Thang Long water puppet theatre, it is very easy to find. We enjoyed Bun Thang very much, and nice talking to the waiter. Bun Thang is a mixed bowl of soft noodle with some chicken, mushrooms and other...More
Don't just focus on Bun Cha. Do try this as well. They also had bananaleaf-wrapped sour beef, somewhat similar to sausage, which is interesting to dip into a sauce. I personally just recommend the Bun Thang.
We had quite a few days in Hanoi and tried this little street side restaurant after seeing trip advisor recommendation. The many times we passed this place by, it seems to always busy with locals eating on the pavement.
The chicken noodle soup was good....More
There's some miscommunication with the seller as my family ordered the 30,000 Dong Bun Thang but was charged 35,000 Dong each. Would advise first timers to inform the seller clearly on your choice to prevent confusion, especially if you are non-Vietnamese tourists like us.