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Join Us in Perusing the Hanoian Palate

Food is the purest example and expression of an entire cultural and regional identity. The best way to discover more about a foreign city, especially one that’s as rich in history and culture as Hanoi, is through an exclusive gastronomic experience in the form of an intimate, and intuieractive tour with a local foodie guide.

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Beef steak at La Badiane

Hanoi’s French Restaurant: La Badiane

When you wish for a change from the noodles or other traditional Vietnamese foods, La Badiane (French, for the star anise) comes up to be a great alternative in Hanoi to go for. It’s a Hanoi’s well-known French restaurant, offering fusion of Vietnamese and French flavors with international gastronomy.

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Cellophane noodle

Cellophane Noodle Dishes to Try in Hanoi

On many of our Hanoi Food Tours exposing the city’s most typical street eats and daily home-meals of the Hanoians, we received questions related to various types of noodles. Many of them were about noodle dishes we sampled on our walk, many of them were about the noodle itself, such as “what’s the Vietnamese cellophane noodle made from?”

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Pho with egg

5 Most Popular Street Foods in Hanoi

Street food in Hanoi is known to be a real heart-stopper. The city’s cuisine is powered by the idea that anything can be made better with spices, and it’s cooking menthods are perfected by families who has been serving the only one-dish for decades. If it’s good fresh, just imagine how cool it will be when you try it on the sidewalk!

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fish noodle soup nha trang

Nha Trang’s Assorted Fish Noodle Soup

About two-hour flight from Hanoi, Nha Trang is a famous coastal city the South-Central Coast of Vietnam. The city is well known for its sandy beaches, diving sites, scuba diving, and offshore islands with beautiful coral reefs. And of cause, this is home of great sea food dishes, especially the eye-catching king lobsters and fish noodle soup.

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