The best banh mi in Hanoi
Different fillings, pate, rolls, eggs with crispy crust and steak have all made Vietnamese bread (banh mi) sandwiches world-famous street food.
Vietnam is a mishmash of incongruent four and five-story buildings. Across the street is one of the best street food places in the world Banh Mi Pho Hue, the no-frills sandwich shop named for the Hanoi street on which it sits n
Banh Mi in Hanoi is a family run shop since 1974, and has a reputation for closing whenever the cooks run out of ingredients.
With prices from VND30,000 to VND100,000, the following have interesting sandwiches:
Dinh Ngang Bread
Situated on a small street Dinh Ngang, the bread shop looks simple but very crowded. It sells a variety of bread with mixed fillings, red wine sauce, fried egg rolls, etc.
Mixed bread’s fillings include pate, sausage, barbecue pork, etc. and some slices of cucumber and tasty sauces. The combination of these ingredients makes the bread more delicious. It costs VND 30,000 to 45,000/ bread.
Goethe Doner Kebab
Located on Nguyen Thai Hoc street, this Doner Kebab attracts customers with the different taste of the bread’s filling. Meat is grilled until fragrant, soft and sweet, served with onions, vinegar mixed purple cabbage, tomatoes, and lettuce.
Bread here has scent of butter. But the difference here is the sauce of strange taste. Therefore, Goethe Doner Kebab attracts a considerable number of regular customers. It costs 30,000 VND.
Hoa Ma Steak Bread
Hoa Ma steak bread has long become popular with Hanoi diners,with its thin sliced beef and steak. It is tastily marinated and placed on a hot cast iron pan.
A full steak bread include beef, omelet, fried potatoes, salad cucumbers, tomatoes and served with delicious sauce. It costs VND 100,000.