Diners can enjoy simple and familiar dishes such as house meals with braised meat, braised fish, boiled vegetables, sour soup…
The familiar “mother-cooked” dishes of the Northern people are brought into the rice shops with cozy space and rustic style.
Rice Sausage Restaurant. Photo: Phuong Anh
True to the name of the restaurant, coming here, diners can experience shoveling rice with chopsticks that few families still use, recalling the subsidy period. The space is small, decorated simply, rustic, bold countryside. The restaurant’s tables and chairs are made of wood.
Diners will enjoy traditional rice trays, simply boiled vegetables, roasted meat, braised fish, spinach soup cooked with crab… The menu is changed day by day to avoid boredom for guests. The minus point is that the shop is a bit difficult to find because it is in an alley, if you go by car, you have to park your car at the Vinaconex building outside, there is a fee.
Address: 107 alley 36 Lang Ha
Price: 15,000 – 150,000 VND per dish
Meals are traditional Northern dishes. Photo: Tam Vi
Located on Yen The street, this is an address that is not strange to those who love the rice tray of the Northern house. The shop has dishes with fresh ingredients from the early markets. The space here is rustic, meticulously cared for from bowls, chopsticks, tables and chairs, reminiscent of old houses.
Each season the restaurant will have different signature dishes, so the menu also changes constantly. However, this is both a plus and a minus point unless the dishes are not too rich due to seasonal limitations. “We would like to give you our own home-cooked meal memories only,” quoted the restaurant’s introduction.
Address: No. 4B Yen The Street
Price: 55,000 – 400,000 VND per dish
Uh oh Vietnam kitchen
The restaurant’s spacious space. Photo: Uh oh
The name of the restaurant comes from two words “uu o” like a mother’s lullaby, recalling old memories, eating familiar meals.
The space of the restaurant is spacious and airy, suitable for diners to experience with a group of friends or gather with family. You will enjoy more than 200 rich and rustic Vietnamese dishes, typical of all three regions. The price here is slightly higher than the two shops mentioned above. The restaurant is crowded, so the food usually takes a while.
Address: 15 Ly Thuong Kiet
Price: from 15,000 to more than 1 million
Department Store No. 37
The decor is in the style of the subsidy period. Photo: Duc Trung
The shop is designed, inspired by the subsidy period. Here, diners can relive the old Hanoi years. In order for diners to have the most realistic experience, the owner has painstakingly collected 40-50 years old items and items for display.
Besides the old space, the dishes here also carry the same direction as elder rice, molded rice cakes, stuffed rice, tubers, pickled cucumbers … are contained in enameled iron bowls and plates. However, the space is a bit small, only suitable for small groups.
Address: 158 Tran Vu/22 Nam Trang
Price: 40,000 – 150,000 VND per dish
Keyword: Four ‘mother-cooked’ rice shops in Hanoi