The 27th ASEAN Federation of Cardiology Congress (AFCC 2023)



Hanoi Pho

A Traditional Vietnamese delicacy, associated with Hanoi for many generations. Pho is not only a symbol of the capital city, but also that of Vietnamese cuisine.


Pho Bat Dan: No. 49 Bat Dan
Pho Thin: No. 13 Lo Duc
Pho Ly Quoc Su: No. 10 Ly Quoc Su


Bun Cha

Bun Cha is a famous Hanoian delicacy that was voted by National Geographic to be in the top 10 best street food dishes around the world. While it only requires simple ingredients, to make a good bowl of Bun Cha requires the cook to be meticulous in every step of making this dish.


Bun Cha Tuyet: No. 34 Hang Than, Ba Dinh, Hanoi
Bun Cha Sinh Tu: No. 2 Nguyen Phong Sac, Cau Giay, Hanoi


Banh Mi

Banh mi is considered the essence of Vietnamese Cuisine. This dish can be found anywhere from stalls on sidewalks to luxury restaurants.


Banh Mi Pho Ha Noi: No. 64 Hang Bong, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Banh Mi Pho Co: No. 38 Dinh Liet, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi


Cha ca

Cha ca dates back more than 130 years. It was first invented by the local Doan family, who served the special dish to troops during French colonial rule. Usually made with snakehead, a freshwater fish found across Vietnam, cha ca is considered one of Hanoi’s signature dishes.


Cha Ca La Vong: No. 14 Cha Ca, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Vua Cha Ca: No. 269 Giang Vo, Dong Da, Hanoi.
Cha Ca Thang Long: No. 6B Duong Thanh, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi


Bun Oc Nguoi

Bún ốc (“snail noodles”) is a Hanoi’s speciality. It is famous for its red broth and its unique, sour taste called “bỗng”. The ingredients are tangled white rice vermicelli noodles (similar to regular white rice vermicelli noodles but thinner) and boiled Helix Snails


Bun oc nguoi ba Lan: No. 26 Bui Thi Xuan, Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi
Bun oc nguoi co Bau: No. 136 Tay Son, Dong Da, Hanoi.


Banh Cuon Thanh Tri

Bánh cuốn is a staple originating from northern Vietnam — a thin, fermented rice batter is steamed gently, then filled with seasoned ground pork and minced wood-ear mushrooms. This dish originated from Thanh Tri Ward, Hoang Mai District, Hanoi,


Banh cuon Hang Bo : No. 57A Hang Bo, Hanoi
Banh cuon Ba Hanh: No. 26B Tho Xuong, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi


Egg Coffee

Egg coffee is a Vietnamese nationally acclaimed specialty made of egg yolks, sugar, condensed milk, and robusta coffee. This is a very popular drink in Hanoi, which can also be found in almost every coffee shop in other parts of Vietnam.


Café Giang – No. 39 Nguyen Huu Huan, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi -
Café Đinh – No. 13 Dinh Tien Hoang, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi


Tay Ho Lotus Tea

Aside from coffee, tea is also a cherished specialty for Hanoians. Lotus tea is considered a specialty of Ha Thanh land while enjoying lotus tea is an art. Because tea enjoying must be delicate to be able to feel all the elegance in the teacup. Every lotus flower season, Hanoians have fun watching flowers, sipping a cup of fragrant lotus tea, and talking about life.


Ho Tay Lotus Tea – No. 2A, 431 Au Co Alley, Tay Ho, Hanoi