Welcome to Lingo Connector’s Where to go and eat series, we will help guiding you in Ha Noi this time. As we will have a look at the capital of Vietnam, today is about desserts and sweets, drinks and beverages.
Coconut ice cream is a great choice for the hot weather this summer. There are two shops here, one next to the fried rice and noodle store and the other under the banyan tree on a trolley. People who want to eat should eat near the rice store. If you are purchasing to take away, you should select trolleys. The ice cream contains coconut cream and grated coconut from the fruit. The ingredients are all together: chocolate sauce, crushed peanuts, and raisins.
Image 1. A serving a Thai coconut ice cream
Thai Che at 75 Doi Can street has always been a favorite place for those who are "addicted to Che". The green, supple green tea fibers, served with basic toppings, are still enough to make diners fall in love. The shop is very crowded and not sold every day, so if you want to try it, come early and contact in advance to ask if the restaurant is open!
Image 2. Thai sweet soup at 75 Doi Can street
You can see more about this dessert more through this vid
The shop is located opposite 172 Dai Tu, Hoang Mai. This place has good food and reasonable prices. The store sells many things, snails and fried foods are usually sold at around 4pm at early afternoon and tofu is available from noon.
Image 3. Ingredient: flan, tapioca and silk tofu, served with ice and a teaspoon
The shop is famous for Bac Xiu, so this is a type of coffee (find out more here) not to be missed when coming here to Vietnam. As for the drink, it's pretty good. First, with a layer of milk, then coconut milk, then coffee and ice. Stir well, take a sip, and the sweetness of condensed milk, the fragrant fat of coconut milk and the bitter taste of coffee blend in together well. Highly recommended for a Sunday morning before a trip.
Image 4. Bac Xiu with Coconut Milk
Find out the way this drink is prepared here:
Coconut ice cream here quite cheap. Not too far fetch from the Thai version but nonetheless it is a must try. Only forty-five thousand per coconut ice cream cup and fifty thousand for a Thai coconut ice cream. The ice cream is quite delicious and smooth. The shop also sells Che and jelly, pomelo Che, but in general, coconut ice cream is the cheapest and most delicious. This is an interesting Hanoi snack for this summer day.
Image 5. Coconut ice cream
The is trolley vendor, but they have seats to sit down and rest. When eating, do not leave the cake hung for too long, it will lose its taste when it cools down. The cake has a very fragrant smell, attracting people around. The cake has the color of pandan leaves. Eat flexible, fragrant, a little sweet and fatty. Because in the cake is added coconut, peanuts, sesame.
Image 6. Two Tube cakes
A cup of pearl jelly yogurt is twenty thousand, and great for refreshments. Other Yogurt mix like with fruit is thirty thousand. The little shop has an upper floor to sit on, but it's small. If you have not ever tried this Hanoi snack, you should try it.
Image 7. Yogurt with Pandan Cheese Balls Jelly
This type of Che, sweet soup, has a mix with the taste of fatty coconut milk, soft caramel and it is delicious to eat. Fresh ingredients with natural light fragrance. The shop also sells many different types of tea and rice paper mixed with sweet and sour rice paper as snacks. The Che is moderately sweet and refreshing, so you won't get bored when you eat it.
Image 8. A serving Thai sticky rice and Che ice cream
The shop is located at the 3rd intersection so it is easy to see. The shop is large and people often sit on the sidewalk. The shop sells soft, flexible or hard yogurt jelly cube that is very strange to eat. With different flavors such as blueberry, passion fruit, cocoa, etc. You are spoiled for choice with your favorite flavors. This dish is truly summer, a piece of cool, cold yogurt jelly cube is nothing like it.
Image 9. Available with Boba, Blueberry jam and matcha powder
Feel full yet? You can find out even more delicious cuisines here which is definitely a bang for your buck, under $1, to make your trip the more sweeter.
That's all for the two part Where to go and eat in Ha Noi. We will discover more cuisine next time. Follow Lingo Connector for more.
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