Heading to Hanoi Vietnam? Wondering where to eat in Hanoi? Have you heard of Banh Mi 25, possibly Vietnam’s most reviewed banh mi shops on the internet! Well we had and we wanted to know, do they really serve the Best Vietnamese Banh Mi Sandwich in Hanoi?
There is a lot of Vietnamese street food in Hanoi and one of the most popular has to be the Vietnamese sandwich Banh Mi. We had been hearing a lot about a place in the Hanoi Old Quarter called Banh Mi 25 and when we looked it up online, the number of reviews it had were amazing! Over 4000 on Tripadvisor and more than 3000 Google reviews, with the majority being 5 star and some even claiming it was the best banh mi in Vietnam.
But while searching online we also found a story from a blogger called Rusty Compass, in which he talks about and does a comparison to another local Banh Mi stall just down the road, who also does a great Banh Mi and has been in the same spot for over 30 years, but has almost no online presence.
So we decided that for this mornings breakfast in Hanoi, we would also try them both, we would have a Banh Mi Battle and decide who we think has the best Banh Mi sandwich in Hanoi Vietnam!
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We are Leon and Tash, a New Zealand vlogging couple who set off on an amazing Vietnam adventure as fulltime travellers, backpacking Vietnam.
But we weren’t going to travel to Vietnam for one of those ordinary backpacking Vietnam trips you hear about everybody doing, where they go for a couple off weeks and check out the beaches or maybe riding through Vietnam at such a crazy pace that they never get off the beaten track. No we want more than that.
Our Vietnam adventures start with learning the way of the locals, taking just enough time to figure out how things work, discover what the “Must see places in Vietnam” are and more importantly where Vietnam’s hidden gems are…
To do this, we moved to Danang Vietnam. The plan was to spend 3 months living in Da Nang, meeting and learning from locals about the culture, the amazing food, their way of living and what places they would recommend to travel in Vietnam.
And because Danang is in the middle of the country, we hoped we might meet other tourists or expats who were having their own Vietnam travel adventure or were at the halfway point of motorcycle riding through Vietnam and hear from them, what places they thought we must visit in Vietnam. Also, as new travel vloggers, having a base there meant we could try things like doing Da Nang Vietnam travel vlog or creating a Danang Vietnam travel guide, before also taking on the stresses of fulltime travel.
Then in month 4, that’s when the real Vietnam adventure begins. With our new list of must see places, we will head to Saigon and buy a couple of motorbikes. to start our Vietnam road trip!
Motorcycle riding through Vietnam seems like one of the most hectic, crazy and chaotic things anyone could do, but we can’t wait!! And we won’t be following a simple South to North / Saigon to Hanoi route, we plan on doing more like a figure 8, so that our travel in Vietnam will cover both the inland and coastal areas of this amazing country.
So can we still say we are backpacking Vietnam? Or should we be telling people our travel in Vietnam is a motorcycle trip through Vietnam? We’re not sure, but what we do know is, our Vietnam road trip is going to cover over 6000km’s from Saigon right up to the famous waterfalls of Ban Gioc near Cao Bang, round the northern point of the Ha Giang loop and everything else we can access in between.
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