"Local special" that makes you fall in love with Ha Noi at the first

Nga Do
Cuisine is one of the most delightful things that draws a large number of people coming to Hanoi every year. Hanoi is well-known for not only beautiful landscapes and unique works but also diverse cuisine. The journey taste autumn in Hanoi will give tourists the chance to taste the delicious and wonderful dishes of Hanoi cuisine.
#1 - Com of Vong village

Com of Vong village is perhaps the most special snack in Hanoi cuisine. Dishes from “com” are always loved by Vietnamese and foreign diners and contribute to diversifying Vietnamese cuisine.

“Com” is found not only in Vong village (Lang Vong green sticky rice), Hanoi. However, perhaps the elegant taste of this kind of snack can be found nowhere else. “Com” of Vong village is considered a cultural feature of the millennial capital city. And “Com Vong” has become a familiar specialty of Hanoi whenever autumn comes.

#2 - Dracontomelon fruits

Situated on the bank of the Red River and is consolidated by the rich alluvial land, Dong Du Village, Gia Lam District, Hanoi is famous for its delicious guava which is harvested all year round.

The land in the village is good for different kinds of trees, including guava. Although the guava trees have fruits all the year round, they provide the greatest number of fruits in July and August.

#3 - Cha Ruoi 

Those who visit Hanoi during the autumn season should savor ‘cha ruoi’, a specialty made from sand worm widely available in the sea. Live ruoi which are transported from Hai Phong and Nam Dinh provinces will be cleaned and then boiled in hot water. People mix ruoi with paste pork and egg and lemon leaves and the cover of kumquat and onion and pepper. The best ruoi dish shouldn’t miss the cover of kumquat to have the signature flavor.

After mixing all the ingredients together, people will fry the paste until it’s cover turned to yellow brown color. A smoking-hot dish will be served together with vegetables and fish sauce. During cold days of Hanoi, it is such a delight to savor the food with its best taste of sweet, cheesy and aromatic ingredients.

#4 - Moon cake

The moon cake isn’t a street cake as it’s expensive and probably not affordable for many people. In the past or even now the moon cake is always a sweet dream for many kids in Vietnam. Today the moon cake is getting much more expensive, becomes a luxury gift item.

#5 - Milk flower blossom

Milk flowers are a traditional symbol of Hanoi’s autumn. There’re many songs and that mention their charming fragrance. Walking along Hanoi’s streets and besides its lakes, your breath in the beautifully sweet fragrance of Hoa Sua, or Milk Flowers. The streets where milk flower abounds such as Phan Dinh Phung and Hoang Hoa Tham, and the National University’s campus don beautiful cloaks of white when the season of milk flowers returns.

Your trip to Hanoi will be full of joy and satisfaction if you take time to enjoy all of these above suggested specialties.Take your trip and continue to explore the mystery that Hanoi has hidden.

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