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“Sticky rice ball soup”

Che Huong Hai 93 Hang Bac
Ranked #401 of 2,472 Restaurants in Hanoi
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Reviewed 9 February 2017 via mobile

We were feeling a little adventurous and wanted to try some really local Vietnamese sweets or Vietnamese deserts. Che Huonh Hai 93 Hang Bac didn't disappoint the sticky rice ball soup was spectacular

Thank daikin
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Reviewed 14 December 2016

My local friend told me it's the best dessert shop in Hanoi, and indeed it lived up to its name! The dessert is really nice here and has a great variety. It's super cheap too!

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Thank Chloe Liying L
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Reviewed 26 November 2016 via mobile

Most food tours will take you to eat fruit or sticky rice and ice cream. So when our student tour guide took us to this place I was as excited to try some different desserts.

We had a pomelo, a pomegranate, and a mixed drink dessert. All were really good.

She also let us try the red beans - also delicious. We will have to come back for that!

This place is a must go to for desserts!

Also the owner was super friendly and it was easy to order by pointing at the pictures.

Thank Bayareagrl
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Reviewed 9 November 2016

Tried their Do Den Nong for vnd$15k. It is mostly red beans with some chewy bubba tea pearl-like substance. Regardless, it was delish. One of the top 2 che I had in the Old Quarter Hanoi. There was a young college lady without a storefront that also sold che near all the bars in old quarter and hers was #1. Hers had yam, sweet potato and everything wasn't so sweet. She spoke basic English and only charged vnd$10k for her che. Either way, eating che was my nightly routine in Vietnam.

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Thank AlaskaBubba
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Reviewed 8 November 2016

Love this little dessert stall! We come by every evening after dinner. Its cheap and delicious. If you are in Hanoi, should try. Each drink/dessert range from 15000-20000VND. Most of their desserts are combination of yogurt and coconut milk, with fruits and sago whatnots.
Try the one with strips of Jackfruit in it, its super yummy, not too sweet and its refreshing.

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Thank Haysiah
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