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Bun Bo

What is the difference between Bun Bo Nam Ho and Bun Bo Hue?

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Bun Bo Nam Bo is noodles piled high with beef and herbs (you add the chili sauce)

Bun Bo Hue is spicy beef noodle soup - I like spicy food, so I prefer this over Pho.

bun is the word for rice noodles, and bo is the word for beef

try Bun Thit Nuong - delicious noodles with bbq pork

(no trip to Hanoi is complete without a visit to Bun Bo Nam Bo at 67 Hang Dieu)

Edited: 3:46 pm, April 12, 2011
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Daawg - Amen!

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Bun Bo Nam Bo, 67 Hang Dieu Street, Hanoi

"At Bun Bo Nam Bo, the name says it all. That’s what they do, and they do it well. One should not visit this tiny establishment, basically an expanded street vendor, seeking a classy meal. One glance at the banana leaves and napkins littering the floor gives that away. Nor should anyone come to 67 Hang Dieu Street in pursuit of an ambient meal. The cacophonous din from the small TV perched in the corner in symphony with the humming fans makes that quite clear as soon as you sit down. Couples looking for a romantic dinner had better look elsewhere; the bench seats and long metal-topped tables are in no way suited for intimacy. If, however, you would like a warm bowl of bun bo nam bo, a concoction of noodles and beef topped with peanuts, dried onions, bean sprouts, green papaya and a mysterious blend of vegetables and herbs, then you should absolutely try this place bearing its name." writes Julie Ginsberg in The Vietnam News.

…xemzi.com/en/…Bun-Bo-Nam-Bo-67-Hang-Dieu

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But Bun Cha is an absolute must in Hanoi too (I find it a little too greasy for my taste) - see for yourself:

www.noodlepie.com/blog/bun_cha/index.html

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Bun Bo Hue is delicious, don't miss trying it. Can be spicy, though. But so can most of Vietnamese dishes.

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dont missing try BUN BO HUE, go to number 3 Quang Trung street Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi city to try it. highly recommended.

Edited: 2:17 am, April 13, 2011
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I have tried Bun bo in Hanoi, what is difference between bun bo in HN and Bun bo in Hue? The same way to make?

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