Hanging out, have a bite to eat most typical snack foods – street cuisine in the winter of Hanoi is an impressive experience.
Firstly, grilled corn is a most famous street cuisine for hanoians in the winter. Sitting around stove and waiting for scent of grilled corn coming besides a ginger tea is great to fight against cold winds. You can find grilled corn at anywhere on the sidewalk of Hanoi at night.
Bánh Quẩy – Fried breadstick
Secondly, Hang Bong, Duong Thanh and Hang Dau Streets are most well-known stalls for fried breadstick. They are often served with some kind of noodle soup or papaya dipping-sauce. Having a walk to fried breadstick stalls before midnight winter is becoming more popular for teenagers.
Thirdly, Gathering family or friends together with a fragrant snails dishes is an impressive experience for anyone in a cold winter night. You can eat this dish with a tasty sauce that includes lime, fish sauce, chili, sugar and lemongrass. A most well-known places for these bowls of boiled snails stalls is on Hang Bac Street.
Finally, Kebab pork is a traditional street food made by mixture of pork, sugar, soy sauce, onion, garlic and black pepper before grilling and then can be eaten with bread or rice noodle if you like. It makes winter nights warmer with a full stomach.