Specially made beef pho, the Vietnamese spring rolls inside are very good, the beef is a large portion, the beef tastes good, similar to the Lanzhou beef ramen, the price is also very affordable.
The sauce and a bottle of local beer are very generous. The restaurant is mostly local, but the downside is the average service. There are two types of pork meatballs and pork slices. The greens include mint leaves, nine-layer pagoda, basil, etc. The fried spring rolls in the store are also recommended.
This is a roadside shop on the corner of an intersection in Hanoi’s Old Town. The chef’s stove is facing the road, and the beef and noodles are fried in full swing. The signature here is the beef fried noodles. The heat is just right and the taste is great. With fresh vegetables and papaya salad, it makes the taste sweeter. One of the must-try roadside foods in Hanoi.
In our opinion (4 people) they have the best Pho in all of Vietnam! We are in the south now and everytime we get a Pho in a restaurant we are quite dissapointed, because this place has raise the bar so high :) Definitely recommend, feel the vibe of the city while sitting on very small stools right by a busy road - that is what Hanoi is all about!
One of good restaurant we was visited in Hanoi. Nice staff with good tastle in Old Quarter. Would recommend to everyone
This place was right down the street from the hostel I was staying in so it was very convenient to get to. There was always a large crowd of people sitting outside whenever I walked past, but personally I found the pho here a little bland. That's just a matter of taste though. I prefer a stronger broth and here it's pretty light. Service was always good and quick despite the crowds though.
When looking for money, remember to check the amount again and again. We are eating here. The store is looking for us 30,000 dong less. I don’t know if it is deliberate or accidental. The food tastes average, the portion is large, and the price is medium