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from $2 /person
Don’t even bother ordering here; just squeeze in and a plate of gossamer-light banh cuon (steamed rice crêpes filled with minced pork, mushrooms and shrimp) will be placed in front of you.
Banh cuon is delicious. Went towards 14:00 closing time and the wait after ordering was a bit long. don't come starving, be patient as one lady is making cuon for entire restaurant. Pork > shrimp
The Banh Cuon is top notch here, a MUST eat in Hanoi. Shrimp and pork were very good. Skip the chicken soup. If you arent full, go to Banh Mi 25 after.
Their banh cuon is so tasty! It's really good. It's like a chee cheong fun vietnamese version. The restaurant looks clean and they serve the food fast.
Vietnamese version of the Chee cheong fun. You eat it by dipping into the sauce provided.
The best bánh cuốn we found in Hanoi: soft rice-dough rolls with pork and woodear mushrooms, topped with herbs and fried shallots. Dip in fish sauce. Joy.
Delicious steamed rolled rice pancakes. At the second visit they weren't so good though. Staff doesn't look at customers so attracting their attention can be hard
Vào đây mới thử bún thang,đầy đặn,45k/bát,ăn 0 quá ngon nhưng cũng tạm ổn,phục vụ nhanh,nhân viên 0 thân thiện lắm(chắc do sáng bị chủ sai nhiều),bánh cuốn thì chưa thử nên 0 đó đánh giá chi tiết
1nămsau quay lại,mặt thằng cha chủ béo đầu trọc vẫn cắm cảu như vậy & bún thang đã tăng từ 45 lên 50k/bát.Buổi sáng đông nên chỗ để xe hơi khó.phục vụ nhanh,gà ngon nhg có 1 vài miếng gà thịt khô&bã
The pork meat steamed roll is nicer than the shrimp one. Roasted cinnamon pork is so so only.
Quite simply a Hanoi must. Best Bánh Cuôn I've had.