At 87 Ma May Street there is an ancient house which it is quite intact with typical architecture of ancient merchant houses in Hanoi streets. Its not open at lunchtime but it well worth the visit because you can see and touch furniture, and other items and see the original pictures on the walls, while visiting areas for prayer and the semi-outdoor kitchen. While your in the area at 58 Ma May Street is the coffee shop Huong Mai café if your looking to buy the famous "cat coffee" Kopi Luwak actually its Vietnamese counterpart, the "weasel coffee" you can get it here. The flavors are rich and a true delight. At 47 Ma May Street you can find Bo nuong — barbecue beef, slivers of tender beef griddled in a pan in front of your eyes, then dipped in a tasty sauce and eaten with bread, chips or both. With veggies or greens on the side, of course.
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