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In Hanoi, Phan Boi Chau street has a fork which is very famous for many people. It is the crossroads between Phan Boi Chau and Nam Ngu street. It is famous for popular such as: Kiem pho and Nam Ngu chicken pho. Today there resides the restaurant “Quan An Ngon” at 18, Phan Boi Chau street.
Welcoming thousands of visitors every day probably best reflects the status of Quan An Ngon in the hearts of the Vietnamese and foreign visitors who come to Ha Noi. From the first popular location in Hanoi (18 Phan Boi Chau Street, Hoan Kiem district) in 2005, Quan An Ngon now has a second branch at 25T2, Hoang Dao Thuy. What is the reason behind Quan An Ngon success as a symbol of delicious Ha Noi and delicious Vietnam?
Vietnam is in a transitionary period, along with economic growth comes the influence of Foreign culture and food, especially from the West. Many fastfood outlets have gradually replaced the images of familiar food vendors plying their trade in ancient food streets; and the emergence of high-end restaurants, which serve European cuisine for the local Vietnamese to explore. However, Quan An Ngon appearance reminds one of the traditional cuisine of Vietnam which are known all over the world.
“Sprit of land, water, human and sprit of working”, it is all mixed together to create the famous brand “Quan An Ngon” as a charm in the heart of Hanoi, the restaurant’s fame reaches around the world and becomes an unforgettable experience for gourmets. With the business philosophy “Special flavors from three regions enriches Vietnamese soul in the heart of Hanoi”, the restaurant is constantly developing, improving food quality and professional serving style so that customers will be totally satisfied.
With the scale, Quan An Ngon hope to become a “Ngon” street – the 37th street in the mind of the people of Hanoi and all international customers who love our restaurant.
the most cliche place that you bring all your foreign friends to, the first place I go to when I come back to Hanoi, and the best place to go when you don't know what to eat or want to eat everything