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Why Bun Thang 59 Hang Luoc is special ?
Bun Thang at 59 Hang Luoc Street is a place to go for those who want to taste traditional cuisine of Hanoi. “Bún” means rice vermicelli and “thang” diverts from “thang thuốc”, which means a unit of Chinese herbal medicine, because this dish is made of little amounts of many ingredients, just as a pack of Chinese herbal medicine would be.
As all traditional noodle soup, the heart of the dish lies in the broth. The clear hot broth is stewed from chicken bones and shrimps with the cook constantly skimming it. A well-cooked broth is clear, fragrant and has just a little bit of lingering sweet taste of shrimps and dried mushroom. “Bún Thang” is cooked with a few drops of belostomatidae aroma and served with “mắm tôm” (shrimp paste) to make it even more flavorful.
How to get to Bun Thang 59 Hang Luoc?
Bun Thang at 59 Hang Luoc Street is just a short walk from Long Bien Train Station. For those who near Sword Lake, you can take a taxi to get there.
- Noise level Loud
- Budget Budget
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast YES
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
59 Hàng Lược, Hanoi, Vietnam