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Travel Tips: Best Places To Get Bun Cha In Hanoi

Travelers Today       By    Hazel Zol Marie Baloyo

Updated: Jan 07, 2017 05:17 AM EST

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Bun Cha is one of the most popular Vietnamese dishes. It is a dish of grilled pork and noodle which originated in Hanoi, Vietnam, served with grilled fatty pork on a plate of white rice noodle, some herbs and a serve of broth or dipping sauce as a side dish.

A food enthusiast/blogger, named Jimmy, famous for his website and for traveling the world mostly because of wanting to try different kinds of dishes and cuisines. Explaining how good Bun Cha is and that he couldn't just get enough of it during his one-week stay in Hanoi, He suggested the best places get it in the city.

One of them is Dac Kim Bun Cha in which he refers to as by far the best diner that serves Bun Cha that he has ever had. Located at the beginning of Hang Manh Street, right around Hoan Kiem Lake, Hanoi's most famous lake; Dac Kim Bun Cha is usually where most tourists stop and Hanoi's most visited restaurant.

Bun Cha Hanoi at lane 74, Hang Quat street, Hoan Kiem District. The stall has been unsurprisingly existing for 19 years already because they serve one of the best Bun Chan in Hanoi as well. However, diners have to go through a very narrow lane to get to lane 74. Still, it's definitely worth a try for their Bun Chan will only make diners crave for more.

Bun Cha Bach Mai grilled on bamboo sticks. This one's located at Lane 213 Bach Mai Street, Hai Ba Trung district, where Bun Cha is served in a unique way. The pork on the bamboo stick is grilled on charcoals, which is why the diner is known to serve people quite slow. Their Bun Cha however, is still so good and perfectly cooked that diners are more than willing to wait. Tune in on Travelers Today for more tips and news.

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