Bun Cha

Hang Manh/Hang Quat | Truc Bach, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi

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Bun Cha

Restaurant Type: Sit-down restaurant

Opening Hours: Morning, Lunch, Afternoon, Evening

Speciality: Bun Cha, a Hanoi Specialty noodle dish

Average Price Per Person: 30,000 - 60,000

Take Away: Yes

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Bun Cha with an attitude
forum-er reviewed Bun Cha about 05/08/2013 12:04 PM 9.0
These folks make the best Bun Cha that I have tasted so far in Hanoi. The portions are huge, there are plenty of char-grilled pork slices and pork patty to fill your bowl and a huge basket of fresh greens and herbs. One plate of nem is plenty for two or three people. It's a bit more expensive than other places, but you won't leave hungry. I do wish they served bia Hanoi instead of Saigon Special.

This is definitely a one-dish local style place with minimal emphasis on decor and cleanliness. It has been discovered by the tourists so it is always packed shoulder-to-shoulder with foreigners and locals alike. There are 3 floors above the ground level cooking area so it can hold a lot of people.

The staff can be surly and abrupt sometimes and can be impatient with foreigners. You get the sense that they think it is their job to get the food out and get the money in and customers are something they have to tolerate (barely) in order to do that.

But it sure is good Bun Cha!

Visited March, 2013


37 reviews

tumbleweeds reviewed Bun Cha about 01/24/2013 06:59 PM 10.0
This little hole-in-the-wall place is a hidden gem! Very popular with locals, they serve some of the best Hanoi-style bun cha anywhere - tasty rice vermicelli, served with meat, fresh leafy greens and fried spring rolls (nem)and dipping sauces. They even refill your greens if they see that you're running low. Prices are very inexpensive - a big plate of noodles, meat and nem costs just 90,000 dong - without the nem (which makes for too much food anyway) is only 60,000 dong. Food is on your table within just a few minutes. It may not look sparkling clean, but the food is delicious and fresh. One of my favorite places for authentic Vietnamese bun cha in Hanoi.

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