Nowadays, Eco Premier Hotel is going to introduce you most famous breakfast in Hanoi. Along with breakfast at the Eco Premier Hotel, you should also have the food of the Hanoi once

Hanoi's sticky breakfast manual Alongside the traditional' pho' and world-renowned' banh mi',' xoi' (gooey rice) has long secured a concrete position on the intangible breakfast chart of any person who claims Hanoi as their house.
Easy to find, inexpensive to buy, fast to complete,' xoi' has extended itself in phrases of both popularity and variety, each boasting the own taste of its, aroma and texture. Follow us on a journey to try the three most popular' xoi' in Hanoi.

While the origins of the name' xeo' is still a subject of dispute, all agree that' xoi xeo' is probably the most complicated sticky rice dish to prepare. Anyone who has a chance to try knows instantly what it's made of since it is served right before them: yellow gooey rice, a salty powdered and fried onion. Dyed yellow with turmeric, the cereal is in that case remaining to dry out, mixed with salt and steamed. The yellow powder which helps relieve the stickyness and absorb the excess fat is actually steamed green beans ground to a pulp and formed into ball, ready to be sliced as well as spread all over the heap of sticky rice.'Xoi xeo', heavy in a small bowl, upended onto a lotus leaf, talked about in ground beans, topped up with fried onions and finished with liquid extra fat, makes it the go-to breakfast for lots of individuals. Hanoi itself boasts some villages that focus on making' xoi xeo', helping prepare folks for a long day ahead.
Satisfying enough when eaten alone,' xoi xeo' is now a specialty after being mixed with boiled chicken by the famous "Xoi Yen" joints on Nguyen Huu Huan Street.

'Xoi ngo' (sticky rice with corn), or' xoi lua' ("rice" sticky rice) and' ngo bung' (burst corn), is another gluey option of breakfast for Hanoians.
Depending on the well-known sticky rice yummy recipe,' xoi ngo' diversifies itself throughout the inclusion of burst corn.' Xoi ngo' shares the same toppings with its brother' xoi xeo'. The boiled corn changes the structure from the already diverse' xoi xeo'.' Xoi ngo', together with' xoi xeo' as well as a few other types of' xoi', offer customers a wide range of options and can be found at every market or corner in Hanoi.

'Banh khuc' is actually a specific bunch of' xoi', but under half the dish is made of sticky rice. The majority reminds us of the items used in' banh chung', with ground beans, pepper and pork as the stuffing. However, while the traditional' banh chung' is typically served cold,' banh khuc' is actually kept warm & served hot, contributing to the spiciness of the pepper as well as the aroma of the excess fat wrapped in the double covers of beans and sticky rice. What sets the' banh khuc' apart is the usage of a' khuc' leaf wrapper which creates a distinctive scent rather than the green from the much more normally used' dong' leaf.
Sold largely by mobile vendors both day and night ,' banh khuc' is the only' xoi' that is most popular during the night in Hanoi, giving night owls something to fend away hunger in the small hours.

Eco Premier Hotel hopes, after experiencing and enjoying the breakfast, you will love Hanoi more and come directlyto us again.