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SWELL GIFT GUIDE: FOR THE FOOD LOVER

This post is sponsored by World Market, but all text, images, and opinions are all my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that keep Thou Swell running! Now that I’m home from college for Winter break, I finally feel like it’s the hol...
by Thou Swell on Dec 16, 2016

10 Must see coffee shops in Hanoi

Coffee lovers may want to check out some cafes serving delicious Vietnamese coffee in Hanoi. Here’s 10 best coffee shops in the capital city you should drop in: Sourse by VOV The post 10 Must see coffee shops in Hanoi appeared first on Welcome to H...
by Welcome to hanoi on Feb 18, 2016

Winter treats of Hanoi

When winter arrives in Hanoi, fried sweet potato and banana cakes will become favorite foods of Hanoians and visitors. Stalls selling hot potato and banana cakes have begun appearing along the streets in the capital. The smell of the cakes makes pass...
by Welcome to hanoi on Dec 21, 2015

Night market in the Hanoi Old Quarter

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by Welcome to hanoi on Dec 1, 2015

Tart Queen

Tarts are my new obsession! I’ve been stuck in the kitchen for the last 2 weeks filling pastry cases with an array of weird and wonderful savoury combinations and just can not get enough of trying new flavours. The latest one – baked fennel, shal...
by Greedy Foodster on Oct 19, 2015

The most attractive bars in Hanoi’s Old Quarter

After Zone 9 closed, young people and expats still had many other options for the bars as Barbetter, Yolo or Hero. These bars have a unique décor and serve customers with different tastes. Barbetter the center Barbetter opened after the closure of Z...
by Welcome to hanoi on Aug 3, 2015

10 dishes you must try next time you’re in Hanoi

No matter where you go around the globe, every major city puts its own spin on food, whether they’re serving a slightly different version of a familiar favourite or a strange (to you) dish. Here are ten iconic dishes from Hanoi that every trave...
by Welcome to hanoi on Jun 29, 2015

6 must-eats in Hanoi’s Old Square

1.”Sua chua nep cam”: It is disturbingly hot during this time of the year in Hanoi. But, thankfully, people in the capital city have come up with drinks and desserts that help cool off. Among them is a mix of yogurt with purple sticky ric...
by Welcome to hanoi on Jun 23, 2015

Hanoi tops street food cities in Asia

SkyScanner, the world’s travel search engine, has ranked Vietnam first among the best street food cities in Asia. Pho bo, (beef noodle soup), bun cha (a heavenly dish of barbecued pork served with rice noodles and fragrant fish sauce), nem cua be (...
by Welcome to hanoi on Jun 9, 2015

Cafe for photography enthusiasts in Hanoi

Located at 50 Trang Thi Street in Hanoi, this coffee shop is a meeting place for amateur and professional photographers. This café opened in April 2014 by three amateur photographers Phan Van Cao, Tran Anh Tu and Nguyen Anh Tuan. Source: VNE/VNN The...
by Welcome to hanoi on Jun 1, 2015

Top coconut ice-cream shops of Hanoi

When visited Hanoi, talking about ice-cream, most of tourist will come to Trang Tien street to enjoy its specialty ice-creams here. Trang Tien has been a famous of tasty ice-creams in Hanoi for a long time. Ice-creams here are very delicious with a v...
by Welcome to hanoi on May 19, 2015

Hanoi, Vietnam- tops street food cities in Asia

SkyScanner, the world’s travel search engine, has ranked Hanoi, Vietnam first among the best street food cities in Asia. Pho bo, (beef noodle soup), bun cha (a heavenly dish of barbecued pork served with rice noodles and fragrant fish sauce), ne...
by Welcome to hanoi on May 10, 2015

Hanoi’s old quarter street food

Cha Ca La Vong (fried fish), Bun Cha Hang Manh (rice noodle with grilled pork), Banh Duc Le Ngoc Han (cake made from ground rice and peanuts) and Banh Cuon Hang Ga (steamed rice pancakes rolled with pork and mushroom) are just a few of the well-known...
by Welcome to hanoi on Apr 26, 2015

5 favourite snacks of Hanoi

1. Pork Porridge (Chao Suon) Pork Porridge is a very famous dish in Hanoi. You can find this dish in each corner of Hanoi, but the most popular restaurant is located in Ly Quoc Su stress. This hot dish is the best snack for you in cold weather. The c...
by Welcome to hanoi on Apr 10, 2015

Things to eat with under $5 in Hanoi

Just like most cities in Vietnam, Hanoi offer tourists a wide variety of choices for delicious food with quite cheap price that you cannot find in anywhere else. 1. Pho How can the list of Vietnamese food in general and particularly in Hanoi would be...
by Welcome to hanoi on Apr 9, 2015

Ta Hien – “Fresh Beer” Street

Let’s see how Eviva’s customers think of Ta Hien, famous fresh beer street in Hanoi. Claire, an English visitor to Vietnam, has travelled across country for nearly 2 weeks but just stayed in Hanoi in 2 days. During her stay in Hanoi, she walked a...
by Welcome to hanoi on Apr 5, 2015

A Hanoian oddity

Egg coffee is one of Hanoi’s must-tries for visitors and has been included in many food tours around the capital city. Jin, a Swedish tourist, shares with Timeout that she had never tasted this mouth-watering coffee before coming to Hanoi, “It’...
by Welcome to hanoi on Apr 1, 2015

Bun Thang Hanoi

Old Hanoi families usually make chicken noodle in the last day of Tet Holiday, often January 4th and 5th Lunar Calendar, together with a range of offerings to honor ancestors before returning to day – to – day work. Chicken noodle is a finely del...
by Welcome to hanoi on Mar 31, 2015

Hanoi’s old coffee house

Recently, I took a field trip to Hanoi where I had an opportunity to explore many interesting things. In my experience, the most amazing way to discover Hanoi’s unique culture is not to visit its museums or move around its streets or drop by its fa...
by Welcome to hanoi on Jan 28, 2015

Holiday Gift Ideas for Food Lovers – Fagor Pressure Cooker Review

I always love to cook.  My passion for cooking developed since my early teens and there was a time in my life that I wished to formally enter a cooking school to develop some skills but then I guess it’s not really for me then so i just enjoy...
by My Green Living Ideas on Dec 25, 2014


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