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Old Cheng Du Restaurant

#1,330 of 1,787 Restaurants in Hanoi
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So30, Ngo91tran Duy Hung, Cau Giay, Hanoi 10000, Vietnam
+84 9121911133
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Restaurant Details

Average prices
USD 3 - USD 10
Chinese, Asian
Lunch, Dinner
Location and Contact Information
  • Address: So30, Ngo91tran Duy Hung, Cau Giay, Hanoi 10000, Vietnam
  • Location: Asia  >  Vietnam  >  Hanoi
  • Phone Number: +84 9121911133
Szechuan Style outstands in Chinese Cuisine for spicy and pungency, and is internationally famous and widely accepted throughout the world. I would like to introduce two of the most typical to you, Kong Po Chicken and Hot & Spicy Shrimp.Kong Po Chicken, as you may have heard a lot about, ranks top in the Szechuan Cuisine list. Spicy though, Kong Po Chicken is sweet, different from other typical dishes. Pepper, crushed peanuts mixed with chicken pops create a special taste for you. Taking a spoon with white crystalline rice, you feel hot in the mouth and sweet in the throat, which gives you feeling of comfort in the heart. Kong Pao Chicken leads you to the ultimate of food and makes you regret you've met with her so late.Another one I recommend here is Hot & Spicy Shrimp. Shrimp! Can such seafood appear on the list of an inland cuisine? Yes, it does. People here also enjoy ingredients coming far away from the sea and cook them in Szechuan Style, turning seafood into part of this excellent cuisine. Shrimp is salty and fresh. When cooked together with red and green peppers, boiled with soy sauce, like Lee Kum Kee, shrimps guide tasters to a world of boiling oil and roaring ocean.Are you hungry now? Let's go for a Szechuan dinner!

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