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Travel Guide > Asia > Vietnam > Đồng bằng sông Hồng > Hanoi > Restaurants & Eating

Bun Cha

  
 
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some rate this as one of the best examples of Bun Cha in Hanoi, and therefore Vietnam (apparently in the south, Bun Cha is specifically advertised as Hanoi-style). For about 60,000 dong each, you'll get a bowl full of tiny pork-mince rissoles that have been char grilled over an open flame, and a massive plate of pork rice paper rolls that have been fried in oil, twice. With this you also get a phenomenal dipping sauce (fish sauce, made from sugar, garlic, peppers usually), a massive plate of greens and herbs, more bun (rice noodle) than you can handle, and a bottle of local beer. It's full of locals and not so many tourists, so you can be assured the experience is authentic.

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corner Hang Non and Hang Manh, Old Quarter
Type: Local
Budget level: Low Budget
Location: Hanoi, Vietnam







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