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39 Nguyễn Hữu Huân

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David
David
January 26, 2019
An egg coffee (Vietnamese: Cà phê trứng) is a Vietnamese drink which is traditionally prepared with egg yolks, sugar, condensed milk and robusta coffee. The drink is made by beating egg yolks with sugar and coffee, then extracting the coffee into the half of the cup, followed by a similar amount of…
Jenny
Jenny
May 12, 2018
Egg Coffee If you are a fan of coffee, don’t forget to stop by and try special coffee in Ha Noi- Egg coffee at Giang Café. It may be difficult to find for you, but it is well worth the effort. Giang Café was founded by Mr. Nguyen Giang in 1946, when he was working as a bartender for the famous…
Mike
Mike
July 05, 2012
This unique coffee or cocoa with Eggs. You will never try it before so you should, since 1946. This place is inside the alley with the board outside write Giảng, try to find it
Nomadic
Nomadic
January 19, 2018
Most famous for the eggs cofee

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“Famous "Pho Thin" is the beef noodle soup. This is a more traditional spot so don't let the outside look fool you ($)”
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Place of Worship
“St. Joseph's Cathedral is a church on Nha Tho Street in the Hoàn Kiếm District of Hanoi, Vietnam”
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“A cafe which serves decent western food and great pastries and desserts ($$).”
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Establishment
“Pay your respects to the former president of modern Vietnam at Ho Chi Minh mausoleum where his body rests. In the tradition of Lenin, Stalin and Mao, Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum is a monumental marble edifice. Contrary to his desire for a simple cremation, the mausoleum was constructed from materials gathered from all over Vietnam between 1973 and 1975. Set deep in the bowels of the building in a glass sarcophagus is the frail, pale body of Ho Chi Minh. The mausoleum is usually closed from 4 Sep to 4 Nov for maintenance. Dress modestly: wearing shorts, tank tops or hats is not permitted. You may be requested to store day packs, cameras and phones before you enter. Talking, putting your hand in your pockets and photography is strictly prohibited in the mausoleum. The queue usually snakes for several hundred metres to the mausoleum entrance and inside, filing past Ho’s body at a slow but steady pace. If you’re lucky enough, you’ll catch the changing of the guard outside Ho’s mausoleum – the pomp and ceremony displayed here rivals the British equivalent at Buckingham Palace. Closed Mondays & Fridays. Opening Hours 8:00 – 10:30am. Admission 20,000 VND.”
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39 Nguyễn Hữu Huân
Hanoi