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Discovering Hanoi's "Braised Fish"

Photos by Graham Simmons

Rising Sun Bridge leads to Ngoc Son Temple in Lake Hoan Kiem, in Hanoi.

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A radiant young lady sells mangoes and oranges in Hang Bo Street.

The 135-year-old Cha Ca La Vong Restaurant, on Cha Ca Street.

A happy citizen with Ho Chi Minh badge, by Lake Hoan Kiem.

Braised fish sauteed with fresh herbs at Cha Ca La Vong Restaurant.

A tranquil arm of Lake Hoan Kiem.

Midday traffic in Hang Bo Street.

Read Graham Simmons story about Hanoi




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