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$$ The Old Quarter Vietnamese

Popular with tourists and native Hanoians alike, this is one of the few restaurants in the Old Quarter that manages to unite the two demographics. There is an à la carte menu as well as set menus, but locals usually prefer to go for the "popular" dishes, which involves pointing at steaming vats containing things such as noodle soup, eggplants with salt, and fried pork ribs. The food is freshly cooked and regularly replenished, and is reliably delicious whichever way you order.

Vietnamese Lively Lunch Dinner $$

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72 Ma May
Hanoi, Ha Noi  Vietnam


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