Go to sweet gruel shop in Hanoi
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It’s located on Hang Can Street in Old quarter. Although this place is quite narrow, it can serve hundreds of customers every day.
Not only on hot summer days, this sweet gruel shop is crowded all year long. Especially at rush hours, the diners might sit along the pavement or even spread on the road. Sometimes you have to take away.
Hanoians often come here to enjoy sweet gruels in the evening. Customers of this shop are people of all ages from children, youngsters to elders. Many foreigners are patrons of Che Bon Mua restaurant.
The key to attract many customers of this shop lies on its traditional flavor. Sweet gruels here always have distinct light sweet taste and charming fragrance from banana, ginger, and jasmine flower.
After so many years, Che Bon Mua shop still keeps its simple menu and decorating style.
Despite the hot trends of Khuc Bach sweet gruel, Thailand sweet gruel, this shop retains its main dishes including: black bean, green bean, lotus seed, jelly pearl, stuffed sticky rice ball, etc.
There is no table so you might have to hold your sweet gruel bow on your hand or put it on the seat.
Maybe the name Che Bon Mua involves more senses than just sweet gruels for four seasons. The name might aim to the hope that this shop will always crowded for all seasons.