Hanoi's Old Quarter smalle, congested streets thrive with trade and human life already from early morning to late evening. Some of the streets are named after the goods, originally sold side by side from one house to another - and one should specifically by name example. get to Pho Hang Trong was to buy drums of all kinds.
Pho Hang In er en Gade, we love that go up and down ad. Not that we should buy drums, for the business, there are not many more, and not only because the street is beautiful, the beautiful wood from the temple which sees through us, the smell of incense from the temple gives us inner and houses have retained their beautiful architecture and colors - but because at No.. 86 is a right, we year after year return to eat larger amounts of - and preferably several times daily – NAR vi er i Hanoi - Cake flagrant.
The Court seems simple, when it is far above the sales bandwagon in a transparent box with two spears, which acts as chopsticks, but the combination and the explosion of the whole flavor:
Rice paper cut into strips
Roasted red onion
Reje-salt, dried shrimp blended with salt
And finally, a squeeze of kumquat, then it all turned around - it brittle, cute, strong, fermenterede, salted, sure, fresh in one small bite, and finally a little bold flavor from vagtelægget.
Being able to sit on a small plastic chair right next to the trolley with a lemon juice and this little unique gaderet and look down this street is not only joy for us - it is the feeling of, that we are back in Vietnam.
Af Nickie Mydung