Dinner at Xôi Chè Bà Thìn Số 1 Bát Đàn

Dinner at Xôi Chè Bà Thìn Số 1 Bát Đàn

at Xoi che ba Thin on 21 March 2019
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Late night desserts on a street corner at Xôi Chè Bà Thìn. This street stall was established by a lady named Ms. Thin in 1930 and all the short plastic stools are full throughout the entire evening. Che (sweet soup) is one of the favorite things locals eat during the winter months in Hanoi. Whether you're on a date or taking the family out, everyone loves it. We did too.
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There are four main kinds of Che served in this stall. - Ba cot: sweet soup cooked from glutinous rice and sliced ginger
- Do den: literally means “black beans”, cooked from black beans, tapioca and coconut
- Do xanh: sweet soup cooked from broken peeled mung beans
- Banh troi tau: sticky rice dumplings boiled in a sweet ginger soup, with the stuffing of the dumplings comprising of black sesame or ground mung beans mixed with crushed roasted peanut, sugar and coconut
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Xôi Chè Bà Thìn, Hanoi (Dec 2017)
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