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January 14, 2009


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Street food is more authentic and probably tastes better than any fancy restaurants in VN. Very inexpensive and available everywhere. I love that!


bún chả is number one!!! could eat that any day...

matt quist

I was in Hanoi two weeks ago and the Bun Cha ruled. What a fun way to eat and don't forget to add the chilis.

S Dixon

I had bun cha last night in Hanoi. Before I came my Western doctor told me not to eat anything raw. My Chinese medicine doctor told me to eat lots of chilis and garlic for protection and not to worry. I followed the second advice and have not regretted it!

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