From now on, the “night owls” in Hanoi no longer have to worry about an empty stomach because the streets of Hanoi are crowded with late-night food vendors, restaurants, and other types of eateries. Among the dishes that are sold from midnight to early morning, the following 5 representatives are top-tier.
There is no need to say much about the deliciousness of Pho in Hanoi, but have you ever tried eating pho from a street vendor and enjoying the peaceful scenery of the well-lit capital at night when the streets are quiet? A full bowl of pho at night will be an enjoyable experience in the heart of Hanoi.
Banh mi Dan To
Once discussed on social networks, many food enthusiasts often stand in line until early morning to try Dan To banh mi. However, the waiting is not in vain because the bread here is rated as top quality in Hanoi. The paste is fragrant and the other fillings are very special. Customers can eat banh mi while sipping iced tea or they can enjoy their banh mi right on the sidewalk and breathe in the cool air at night.
Cartilage rib porridge
The weather in March in Hanoi is cold, especially at midnight or early morning. So there’s nothing better than a hot bowl of rib porridge. This porridge is soft and smooth with ribs of cartilage being simmered, soaked in sauce, and has a distinctive smell. Eating porridge at night does not cause bloating or indigestion like many other dishes.
Grilled fermented pork roll
People in Hanoi can drink lemon tea or snack all night, so it is very normal for spring roll stands to be open until late at night. With only a few plastic chairs, a plate of spring rolls, and other dishes, young people can chat until 2 to 3 am.
For those who like to eat snacks while drinking beer, grilled quail is a great choice. The fat quails are marinated in spices and grilled on embers to create an irresistible aroma. Just add some herbs, cucumber, and dipping sauce and it will be a perfect combo.