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Bun Cha Ta is a Vietnamese dish of grilled pork and noodle, which is thought to have originated from Hanoi, Vietnam. Bun cha is served with grilled fatty pork (cha) over a plate of white rice noodle (bun) and herbs with a side dish of dipping sauce. The dish was described in 1959 by Vietnamese food writer Vu Bang (1913–1984) who described Hanoi as a town "transfixed by bun cha." Hanoi Bun Cha Ta ’s first bun cha restaurant was on Gia Ngu street, Hoan Kiem District, in Hanoi's Old Quarter and moved to 21 Nguyen Huu Huan street now Bun cha is popular in the Northern region of Vietnam. In the South, a similar dish of rice vermicelli and grilled meat is called bun thit nuong
We had a fun meal here tonight, our first ever Bun Cha. The young woman who helped us couldn’t have been nicer, patiently taking the time to tell us how to order and eat Hanoi’s famous specialty dish.
And everything about it was delicious —...More
Just arrived in Hanoi and this restaurant was recommended by our hotel. A great casual restaurant, and the Bun Cha was delicious. Jing our server was friendly, and recommended other things to see in town. We will definitely be back for another meal.
The local northern Vietnamese food was delicious (I had the vegetarian spring roll with soup and the black rice desert). The ladies working there were very nice and Lee was particularly hospitable. I highly recommend. Enjoy :)
We had a dinner here and a lunch the following day. Both times we have the Bun Cha and spring rolls. Both of which are amazing. We had Ann serving us who was just wonderful. She explained to us all of the ingredients, how best...More
We came here for dinner and the service and food was great. We had the recommended dish and it was one of the best bun cha that I’ve ever had. Good portions at a great price. Our server Jing was also very friendly and helpful....More
... stayed hungry afterwards.
This was probably one of those restaurants that we put on our "crazy good reviews but the reputation doesn't live up to them" list.
Food seemed old cooked, it was cold-ish, quite greasy and didn't taste anything special. The only thing...More
Really good food and drinks. My wife and I took the Bun Cha (full). We loved it. The juices were good too. But the best thing was the kindness and tips from our waiteess Jing about Vietnamese cuisine. We were reeated like in a 5...More
If you are staying in a hotel, I would ask them to ring them to find out as this may be during their Tet holiday. When we asked about the Tet arrangements in general there seemed to be a lot of variation from closing a day... More
If you are staying in a hotel, I would ask them to ring them to find out as this may be during their Tet holiday. When we asked about the Tet arrangements in general there seemed to be a lot of variation from closing a day to a week.