Hanoi, located on the banks of the Red River, is one of the most ancient capitals in the world, where travellers can find well-preserved colonial buildings, ancient pagodas, và unique museums within the city centre. A great place to lớn explore on foot, this French-colonial đô thị is also known for its delectable cuisine, vibrant nightlife, silks & handicrafts, as well as a multi-cultural community that’s made up of Chinese, French and Russian influences.

Gone through thousands of years và filtered the most sophisticated & unique features of nature in the North of Vietnam, Hanoi’s cuisine has become a special culture that attracts any travelers once they first come lớn Vietnam.


For a long time, bun dau mam tom has become a specialty that many people have khổng lồ try whenever setting feet to lớn the land of Vietnamese. A mix of bun dau mam tom includes a dish of fresh rice vermicelli, fried tofu, shrimp paste mixed with lemon or kumquat juice, raw vegetables, and boiled pork. Some restaurants even showroom fried fish paste lớn the set. It will be a big mistake if visitors to lớn Vietnam skip bun dau mam tom.

Beside that, in Dau Homemade, you will found the Hanoi cuisine with Fried Crab Spring Roll, Deep Fried Fermented Pork, Ho Tay Shrimp Cake.

Come và enjoy Your Hanoi is Found!


Hanoi, located on the banks of the Red River, is one of the most ancient capitals in the world, where travellers can find well-preserved colonial buildings, ancient pagodas, & unique museums within the đô thị centre. A great place to explore on foot, this French-colonial đô thị is also known for its delectable cuisine, vibrant nightlife, silks & handicrafts, as well as a multi-cultural community that’s made up of Chinese, French & Russian influences.

Gone through thousands of years và filtered the most sophisticated and unique features of nature in the North of Vietnam, Hanoi’s cuisine has become a special culture that attracts any travelers once they first come khổng lồ Vietnam.


"You’ll find a Bun Dau place in almost every alley and market in Hanoi"

Bun Dau Mam Tom is a gourmet Vietnamese fried tofu specialty for many reasons. Frying perfect tofu isn’t child’s play. Dau Homemade makes its tofu in-house because it is practically impossible to lớn acquire so it is suitable for the dish. It is traditionally made in Mo village, 20 km from Hanoi’s mesmerising Old Quarter.

The oil’s temperature must be stays between 70°C and 100°C.The resultant masterpiece is pleasingly crispy yet both sweet và fluffy inside. Fragrant herbs and vegetables such as Vietnamese balm, perilla & cucumber—essential pairings that balance well with the fried tofu—are grown at a select farm in Lam Dong province.

The star of the show, Mam Tom, or Vietnamese fermented shrimp paste, is an extremely savoury dipping paste that has been considered the xanh cheese of Vietnam, meaning it is an acquired taste.


Shrimp paste is made from mainly shrimp and salt. They set shrimps that have been well cleaned with salt with a proportion of 30% salt & 70% shrimps. Shrimps & salt is placed layer by layer in pottery jars. These jars will then be placed under sunshine & well covered so that rain water cannot absorb in. The fermentation process will take a few months resulting a brownish grey rich liquid that has a very special smell