Hoang Cau – A street for food in Hanoi

Nga Do
Fish noodle soup, goby fish hot pot and noodles and fried tofu are attractive dishes that make Hoang Cau Street in Hanoi always crowded with customers. Hoang Cau Street is not too long and situated between De La Thanh Street and Thai Ha Street. It is a gathering place of many eateries from all parts of Vietnam.

Fish Noodle Soup

The fish noodle soup is always crowded because of reasonable price and the quality and good attitude of its shopkeeper. Dishes are attractively prepared like a colorful and lively picture. Fresh fish is well prepared, sliced into pieces, marinated with spices and then dried until yellow.

A bowl of fish noodle soup is a harmonic picture with white color of noodles, yellow dried fish, red tomato and green onion and dill. When customers order, the shopkeeper picks hot yellow pieces of fish and drops them into the bowl, added with green onion, dill, tomato and hot broth. The price per bowl costs VND 25,000.

Mekong Delta goby fish hot pot

There are a number of southern restaurants on Hoang Cau street but one of the tastiest dishes is goby fish hot pot. This dish is a specialty in Mekong Delta region with salty, sweet and spicy flavors.
Goby fish hot pot with the sour flavor of lá giang literally “river leaf.”

Diners will recognize the special sour flavor of river leaves, little bitterness of goby bile and bitter vegetables of Mekong Delta region. Vegetables here are very fresh and hygienic.
It costs VND 330,000/ goby fish hot pot.

Noodles and Fried Tofu

The restaurant is situated at a lane of Hoang Cau and has popular dishes such as noodles with grilled meat balls, fried fermented rolls, etc. Unlike other eateries, diners here witness chefs prepare all steps of a food.

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