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Sunday, 29 March 2020

BEST VIETNAMESE STEAMED RICE ROLLS AT BANH CUON BA HANH IN HANOI

BEST VIETNAMESE STEAMED RICE ROLLS 
BANH CUON BA HANH IN HANOI

Banh Cuon Ba Hanh Vietnamese Steamed Rice Rolls

Hi Foodies! More sharing of my food tripping experience in this Vietnam food blog post today - sharing Auntie Lilly's dining experience on my first 'Hanoi Street Food Walking Tour', seeking out some of the best Vietnamese food along the streets of the Old Quarter in Hanoi. Read more for full story...


Happy Eats At Banh Cuon Ba Hanh 


Bánh Cuốn Bà Hanh
26B Thọ Xương 
Hoàn Kiếm
Hà Nội 
100000 Vietnam
Tel: +84 96 166 96 26
Banh Cuon Ba Hanh

Our food trail of the Hanoi street food tour leads us to this fabulous rice rolls shop at Banh Cuon Ba Hanh ~ one of the most famous brands known in the capital city with a long tradition of making rice rolls.

We had a wonderful time eating all night long with our awesome private food guide, Ms Mun Thảo providing us with an insight into the local life, culture and the local street food ~ sharing and explaining well in English, shared her stories, tales and traditions from each stop and food we tasted.

This shop is a bit hidden, in a small backstreet on the right side of St. Joseph Cathedral, cool area by the way.


A must-try for every Hanoi visitor. Bánh Cuốn is delicious Vietnamese Steamed Rice Rolls made from thin sheets of steamed fermented rice batter filled with a mixture of cooked seasoned ground pork, minced wood ear mushroom, and jicama.  

The rice rolls get a glaze of scallion oil and a sprinkle of crispy fried shallots together served with sides of fresh thinly sliced cucumbers, chopped lettuce, Vietnamese herbs, and blanched bean sprouts. All of this is served with a side of Vietnamese fish sauce dipping sauce (Nước Mắm Chấm).


Watch the video and see how the delicious filling is being cooked and made into Bánh Cuốn


Video shows how rice is grounded into a fine paste by adding water to the grinding machine.

It was mesmerizing to watch them do this in Vietnam. I recorded a quick video below of a local vendor serving the best Bánh Cuốn in Hanoi, Vietnam. 



Watch the video and see how the delicious filling is being cooked and made into Bánh Cuốn, the famous Vietnamese Steamed Rice Rolls - a must-try delicacy for every Hanoi visitor.

Traditionally, the rice batter is cooked by spreading a thin layer on top of a cloth that is stretched over a water bath. It is covered with a lid and steamed to perfection. Once cooked, it's skillfully lifted off the steamer with a wooden stick.

Bánh Cuốn With Egg
Omelette With Mushroom

If you like Vietnamese foods and tired of Phở, try Bánh Cuốn. It can be a quick snack, light meal or full-on dinner. 

Packed with tons of flavour and different textures, these delicate steamed rice cakes are served topped with the crispy fried shallots, it's guaranteed to satisfy any Vietnamese-food craving. 

A popular dish for Vietnamese breakfast, Bánh cuốn (Vietnamese Steamed Rice Rolls) is a rice-based delicacy that can be enjoyed hot with various accompanying food such as Vietnamese ham (chả lụa), raw vegetables and mixed dipping fish sauce.

Lemongrass Skewer

The lemongrass skewer was great: fresh and light and the portion were filling, the minced meat is well-marinated with herbs and spices. These Vietnamese pork skewers are shaped around stalks of lemongrass and cooked on a chargrill, which releases a smoky aroma that flavours the meat beautifully. 

Opening Hours 
6am - 3pm & 5pm - 10pm

LOCATION MAP OF BANH CUON BA HANH IN HANOI



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