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Our first real taste of Vietnamese food took place in Hanoi's Old Quarter. We arrived in time for dinner so immediately did the first thing the nurse who sorted out our travel jabs told us not to do - eat at a local street food...More
It’s no secret that restaurants sometimes cut corners with food quality to save money. But this place takes it to a whole new level. The picture below is supposed to be meat. It had so much fat, you couldn’t tell what kind of meat it...More
On our first evening in Hanoi we got attracted by the many street BBQs. We just choose one and we were not disappointed. Good fresh ingredients and friendly staff but a bit too chaotic and overcrowded.
Did not really do anything to clear the initial anxieties of street food... (and we've travelled plenty of asia).
Service was poor. Too busy getting new customers in rather than looking after the ones they had.
Bread came out evidently cut with a dirty knife....More
Let me start with several cocroaches walking around my feet. I've eaten in several places much more "rustic" in the streets of Hanoi and they weren't as dirty as this was.
We asked for 2 BBQ and they gave us a super tiny amount of...More
Dropped in for lunch as we were staying at the MK Premier across the road. Small narrow restaurant, like many in Hanoi, and mainly focused on bbq and meals cooked at the table. We went to try the pigeon that was advertised at the entrance....More
We were there at evening, the restaurant is a little bit narrow, but it´s typical and also the charm of Hanoi Old Town.
The food was excellent. Enjoy your meal while watching the Culture Show at the Temple from across the street was really an...More