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Delicious Bánh Giò (Steamed Rice & Pork Dumpling) in Hanoi 2018 | VIETNAMESE FOOD



This awesome Vietnamese food is called Bánh Giò, which is a steamed rice flour dumpling filled with ground pork and wood ear mushroom. It’s steamed inside of a banana leaf.
It’s topped with various pork sausages and pickled cucumbers and then doused with tons of hot sauce. THIS IS GOOD EATING!
Though many people eat it for breakfast, you can eat it any time of the day. I’ve had it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner (not all in the same day, LOL).
Different places make it slightly differently, such as small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, or in a pyramid shape. This restaurant makes them very large, more than enough to feed two people.
If you’re in Vietnam and want to try something other than Pho and Banh Mi, definitely give this a try! Don’t forget the hot sauce!!!
A full order with all toppings is 27K VND ($1.12 USD), while just the Bánh giò by itself is 12K VND ($0.52 USD).

Restaurant: Bánh Giò Cô Béo
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Address: 3 Thụy Khuê street, Hanoi.
Hours: 6AM – 830PM, daily.

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37 Comments
  1. Cory May 11 months ago
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    What do you think of this awesome food? Have you had it before? Do you want to try it? Let me know in the comments down below! Thank you so much for watching and stay tuned for more videos soon!

    If you'd like to contribute subtitles in other languages, please click this link: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?ref=share&v=ErNOD5F7f0k

  2. Linh Linh 11 months ago
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    Nothing can beat Bánh giò on the trains. When you get bored and feel a bit cold and there comes the food cart, it suddenly feels hungry like hell

  3. sar buck3 11 months ago
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    Wow!Thank you

  4. Bobby Emmy 11 months ago
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    i have a suggestion, why not you create a video like Mark Wiens, he eats a variety kind of food and not always PORK …. thats why he has a lot of Muslim subscriber & viewer too …. so when all kind of people mixed up, he has a huge subscriber & viewer, and end up good for him

  5. PrincessMegan Elsa 11 months ago
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    ❤️😳❤️ ooooo must TRY this!! ❤️😳❤️🥳🎉🇻🇳

  6. Cái Giề 11 months ago
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    this place is so popular in hanoi. I eat here all the time.

  7. Rogue 11 months ago
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    Just a curious question. Why you change your channel name from feedthecory to cory may? Any particular reasons?

  8. Life On The Bee List 11 months ago
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    I've been watching your videos recently, since I've subbed,and it's making me want to come back to Hanoi. I know there are other parts to see but I feel like I barely tried anything, although, I've eaten so much while I was there 😭😭😭

  9. Lee Linh 11 months ago
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    ahhhh I miss this bánh giò 😭 I usually have 2 in one go lol

  10. Sky's health and diy 11 months ago
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    You really made the food sound good. Is the banana leaf edible? What does it taste like? Why all of a sudden I wish I was that plate of food 😂

  11. Noreen Mc 11 months ago
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    I am sooo on the countdown to come there! The food omg the food, I can't wait.. Thx for providing the info on the places as we will be going to try this for sure 🙂 Cheers.

  12. Chuong Nguyen 11 months ago
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    The banh gio is way much better than southern version of it.

  13. richie 11 months ago
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    Do you speak Vietnamese now? Love your videos!

  14. Roy Rogers 11 months ago
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    You have to love the most expensive thing on the menu is $1.29

  15. C.J Phu 11 months ago
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    I think the south eats it with fish sauce. Give that a try next time. Diluted fish sauce, chilly, lime juice etc.

  16. G14 Classified Smooth Operator 11 months ago
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    Man, I wish I could have tried it while traveling around the North a few years back. It looks so good for human consumption. Lol

  17. Quang B 11 months ago
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    I don't understand the 1 glove thing when they use the hand that doesn't have the glove to handle the food! Hopefully she doesn't handle money too.

  18. Fawn OfTheDawn 11 months ago
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    #needmorehotsauce

  19. Thomas Christopher LaCroix 11 months ago
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    had this for dinner tonight, same restaurant… definitely one of the best in town. Vietnamese sheppard's pie! i'm pretty sure the sauce is fermented sriracha'

    i'm a big fat guy and i can eat alot. banh gio, clean rice, and pho xau bo are my "go to's" when i need something substantial.

  20. Dom Guillochon 11 months ago
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    Looks so large for the price 😉 Thanks for this very appetizing video Cory !

  21. Andy N 11 months ago
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    3:53 serving with a cigarette in his mouth. Love it…

  22. Maryland Williams 11 months ago
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    Love the intro…. thank you!

  23. Cherish Adventure 11 months ago
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    Just have to say I love how you eat! Surprised you got that much in your mouth. I love Vietnamese food. Fresh vegetables not loaded or overcooked with too much sauce.

  24. Christine Kim 11 months ago
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    Hi Cory, thanks again for the great food video. Looks yummy.

  25. Nguyễn Huệ 11 months ago
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    Sorry to say but Banh Gio must be eaten without all of those toppings because they ruin the main taste of Banh Gio. Idk in HN people love to eat like that but in many other provinces we just eat Banh Gio, no cucumber, sausages and etc

  26. Kim’s Cuisine 11 months ago
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    Yummy! 🙂

  27. CLIFFORD DANG 11 months ago
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    Hi Cory! How’s the Vietnam life? Still enjoying yourself?

  28. Robert Jr 11 months ago
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    That dish looks delicious…👍

  29. Phuong Tran 11 months ago
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    OMG, this is one of my HUGE FAVORITE besides banh goi and banh tom!!!!!!! Btw, you can also try banh chuoi, which is fried banana cake, it is really special , very close to banh tom-shrimp cake hihi

  30. William Soh 11 months ago
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    Thanks Cory, for your latest update. I love Vietnamese food, so much going on in one plate. Shall keep this in mind on my next visit to Hanoi. Cheers!

  31. andy stubbs 11 months ago
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    hi cory man i could,t eat half of all that food !! hehe looks delish thro and cheap

  32. Meo Gia 11 months ago
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    Bánh giò is one of my favourite. Good to see u Cory. How’s everything?

  33. MikeTheLemming 11 months ago
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    it's awesome how there's so many toppings and fillings. every bite was loaded with good stuff! looks soooo good!

  34. John and Malie 11 months ago
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    Wow – Thanks for sharing this one mate. I'm Vietnamese and I've never heard of this let alone tried it. Will have to plan a trip back to Vietnam. Looks so good

  35. Lady Lazer 11 months ago
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    Note to Self: Don’t watch Corey’s videos on an empty stomach. That looked sooo good.

  36. Astrid Elizondo 11 months ago
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    ❤️ CORY ❤️

  37. Kiet Lai 11 months ago
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    I try that rice before sr dont like it much.

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