La Vong grilled fish has become a cultural feature and specialty, attracting food lovers to come to Hanoi. The dish was listed in The Bucket List “1,000 places to know before you die”, in the top 5 out of 10 places to visit in the world. In 2016, La Vong grilled fish was broadcast on CNN as one of the best Vietnamese dishes in the world.
“Cha Ca La Vong” is the name of a specialty dish of Hanoi. This is a dish made from fish (usually catfish) sliced into pieces, marinated, grilled on charcoal and then fried in a fat pan
Might not be the oldest dish of Hanoi as it has only been around for over a hundred years, but “Chả Cá Lã Vọng” or “Chả Cá Hà Nội” is definitely the unique among the best known dishes of the capital city.
Grilled the fish at 180 Celcius degrees in 10 minutes (grilling with charcoals gives slightly better taste than with an oven), let the grilled fish cool off for firmer texture, the dish is served hot by frying the fish and side vegetables right on dining table.
With the mission of creating a happy residential community, F&B Five Restaurant team will organize monthly cooking classes for residents living in the Apartment.
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