Bun Cha 74 Hang Quat
Just 10 minutes walking from Hoan Kiem Lake, Bun Cha restaurant at Lane 74 Hang Quat has reached the age of nearly 20, also been a familiar destination not only for the people of the Old Quarter, but also for tourists, and food lovers when coming to Hanoi.
Despite its location in a small alley, the shop is always full of guests. They only open from around 10 am and close after 4 hours. A typical set consists of grilled pork balls, spring rolls, meatballs, Northern style sliced grilled barbecue, served with a special sauce which tastes sweet and sour. Guests can request side food, such as fresh vegetables, lettuce, basil, perilla.
This Bun Cha restaurant is very small, so you have to wait for about 15 to 20 minutes to eat. During peak consists usually at 12 pm, queuing is a typical feature of the restaurant.
Each set is from 30,000 to 45,000 a VND. Mixed type (meatballs and sliced meat) is much more popular.
There are many opinions on that people line up or wait for a normal meal like it here (or in many other places in Hanoi) is not worth it. But perhaps the crowded, such cramped place in the old town and a bit of chatting time make this a cultural identity of Ha Noi cuisine. If you have the opportunity to come to Hanoi, this will be an interesting and memorable experience for you.
Vietnamese Address: 74 Hàng Quạt, Hàng Gai, Hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội, Vietnam
Please try eating at the time of sightseeing in Hanoi by all means ^ ^!