Collection of photos of Hanoi, Vietnam. These are some pictures of a street restaurant in Hanoi, Vietnam, where you can taste exotic dishes such as snake, eel, turtle. The restaurant is very close to the central lake of Hanoi and few meters away from the cathedral. This restaurant is frequented by Vietnamese, on the other side of the street, there are lots of fast food restaurants, pizzerias, etc. Funny how the street restaurant was crowed and tourist restaurants (more oriented to foreign customers / tourists), were mostly empty.
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One could argue that all of Hanoi streets are food streets, in that its hard to find any that don’t have at least one vendor selling pho or banh my or any of the other delicious street foods on offer here. But two things make so-called food street different and worthy of its name: firstly, it surely has more restaurants than any other street in Hanoi, and secondly, it is the only street where restaurants are legally allowed to open 24/7.
Food Street is actually two streets Tong Duy Tan, which runs from Dien Bien Phu to Tran Phu, and Cam Chi, which runs perpendicular and is located around a kilometre to the west of Hoan Kiem lake. As you expect, a wide range of Vietnamese dishes are available along the street and its difficult to differentiate between many of the places as the menus are similar and food is average, though reasonably priced.