If there’s one thing that tourists enjoyed most about their holiday in Hanoi, it’s eating all that delicious food! There’s so much to try it’s almost like an adventure in itself! Located on 18 Phan Boi Chau Str. or 1st floor, 25T2 Hoang Dao Thuy Str., Hanoi, Vietnam, The Quan An Ngon restaurant is absolute favourite so of course it’s high on the list of places to eat with fabulous tasty food and friendly efficient staff. And if the tourists are the type of traveller who must sample local dishes wherever they go, they probably should visit this place. An entire selection of local fare can be found here and the food was certainly good without being over-priced.(5 best vegetarian restaurants in Hanoi)
The menu here is full of traditional food as chicken pho (chicken noodle soup), bun bo (beef vermicelli soup), bun cha (grilled pork and vermicelli), nem cua be (fried spring rolls), prawn fritters, young papaya salad, squid salad, mango salad with prawn crackers, fried tofu with fermented shrimp dip, fresh spring rolls, bbq squid, and che (sweet dessert) to share. The food were absolutely sumptious and it’s great to have so many choices at one place. For those wary of ‘street food’ here is the answer – clean, quality Vietnamese food within a great courtyard atmosphere.
The restaurant is extremely busy and packed with both locals and tourists. The tourists shouldn’t expect much privacy but to share tables and will be slotted in wherever there is a space. If the customers haven’t been to one before, these Vietnamese “food courts” are interesting and fun with a wide variety of foods on display.
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