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67 Hang Dieu

Locals line the long, communal metal tables at 67 Hang Dieu day and night to dig into a bowl of bun bo nam bo, a rice-noodle dish that originates from southern Vietnam.
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67 Hang Dieu, Hanoi, Vietnam

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Locals line the long, communal metal tables at 67 Hang Dieu day and night to dig into a bowl of bun bo nam bo, a rice-noodle dish that originates from southern Vietnam. This is quite simply heaven in a bowl: strips of grilled beef, shredded lettuce, sliced cucumber, fried shallots, crispy bean sprouts, fresh cilantro and chopped peanuts atop a mound of steamed vermicelli noodles, all of which harmonize in a magical way. A tip: Like any good bowl of noodles, enthusiastic chopstick-and-spoon mixing is essential before digging in—the tangy broth at the bottom of the bowl is exceptional and key to the flavor.


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Published on Nov 18, 2011

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