Tasting "Pho" in Hanoi Old Quarter - why not?

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Pho is a famous dish of Vietnam all over the world. It would be a huge mistake to come to Hanoi without trying Pho in Hanoi Old Quarter.

Tasting "Pho" in Hanoi Old Quarter - why not?
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Pho is a staple breakfast food, but no matter the time of day, you will find restaurants and street vendors serving the dish and many a contented soul crouching over a bowl and slurping the soup.

Let’s just say you don’t want to miss this aromatic soup, filled with slices of beef, rice noodles and a plateful of fresh herbs. Locals form a long queue every morning at Pho Gia Truyen, the most famous place in the old quarter for a delicious bowl of Pho Bo. Pho Bo is arguably the most well-known of all Vietnamese soups. It was inspired by French settlers who commonly ate beef, where Vietnamese traditionally preferred pork, chicken and fish (whilst using cattle as work animals).

Pho originated in Hanoi, so where better to try this dish than Vietnam? Try it at: 49 Bat Dan, Old Quarter, Hanoi, is definitely the first choice for visitors wanting to experience when travelling to Vietnam.

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