HANOI – Sticky rice, Sweet Soup, boiled snails, donuts … are attractive dishes on the walking street south of the Old Quarter.
Pedestrian street space expands to the south from the evening of December 25, including 8 Hang Dau, Cau Go, Hang Be, Hang Bac, Dinh Liet, Gia Ngu, Dao Duy Tu, O Quan Chuong and three Cau Go alleys. , Trung Yen, Phat Loc. Walking here, diners can choose from both traditional and modern snacks to enjoy.
The old town has many perennial tea shops. In particular, hot tea dishes suitable for winter weather include areca sticky rice, amnesty, lice, boat drifting … served with coconut milk or roasted peanuts. If diners love cold dishes, red bean tea, black beans with sweet taste are suitable suggestions. Each cup of tea costs from 15,000 to 20,000 VND. Some reference addresses for tourists are 26 Gia Ngu, 93 Hang Bac.
Snacks suitable for winter are hot snails, served with a spicy sauce of chili, ginger, minced lemongrass and lime leaves. The popular menu at the shops usually has jackfruit, screw, clam, fried spring rolls, iced tea … A small bowl of snail costs about 40,000 VND and mixed snails costs 60,000 VND. Some reference addresses are Snail Mute No. 5 Tong Duy Tan, Oc Trang No. 1 Dinh Liet , Snail Mr. Thu 56 Hang Bac …
Snacks such as sesame-coated round donuts, green bean fillings are already familiar, diners may want to try “Spanish donuts”. The cake is called churros, with a long, flat, cylindrical flour crust, deep fried in oil and covered with chocolate, jam … The price is from 35,000 to 40,000 VND. These dishes are sold at 34 Dinh Liet and O Quan Chuong.