Chicken Street – Located on Ly Van Phuc, this is a little further away than most but at just a 10 minute taxi ride, is well worth it. We won’t spoil the surprise of what’s on the menu, but don’t be disappointed if they’ve run out over everything other than chicken. Possibly the best outdoors eatery in Hanoi.
Quan An Ngon – Experience traditional Vietnamese food at its finest whilst still having the luxury of sitting down in a lovely restaurant. Be prepared to sit there for a while though because the menu is HUGE and it will take you ages to order. Or ask the staff to recommend you a tasty local dish (chili salt beef is always a winner).
New Day – Within easy reach of the Ma May hostel and excellent value for money, New Day is another great place to try out Vietnamese and Western food alike. Don’t make too many plans for the rest of the evening as you may very well get back to the hostel in a massive food coma.
Phu Doan Pho – Take a dollar or two and dive into one of the best morning bowls of pho you’ll get. Usually beef Pho and would definitely be recommend to add a little chili and some lemon juice although you’ll soon figure out how you like to eat it.
Bun Cha Hang Manh – Possibly the most famous Bun Cha in Hanoi. Just a short stroll around the corner from our Original Hostel, this place does fantastic food that many travelers do not get the chance to experience. So be different, take a gamble and see for yourself just how good street food can taste.
The Original - Hanoi
48 Ngo Huyen St,
Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
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Downtown - Hanoi
9 Ma May,
Hoan Kiem, Hanoi,
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