Trang Tien ice cream
Trang Tien ice cream is famous for the wide variety of flavors including bean, chocolate, young glutinous rice, and milk, which are sweet and delicious. People can feel the ice cream melting in their mouth. Since its first appearance in 1958, Trang Tien ice cream has maintained its reputation thanks to the particular quality and flavors. Despite its fame, the price is very reasonable - everyone can enjoy it.
Trang Tien ice cream parlor is always crowded with people, especially in the afternoon. People queue up from outside to buy ice cream. Not only Hanoians, but also people from other provinces and foreigners have a habit of eating ice cream when dropping in on Trang Tien Street”.
There are no chairs, people eating ice-cream on Trang Tien Street have to stand and enjoy the cool and sweet flavour melting on their tongue. Trang Tien ice-cream attracts not only Hanoians but also other visitors because of its simple but attractive flavour.
Kem Trang Tien is located on the corner of Hang Khay Trang Tien and Ngo Quyen in the Old Quarter of Hanoi, just a hundred meters from the Southern point of Hoan Kiem Lake. If you don’t see the sign, you will surely see the crowds loitering around the street or sitting on their motorcycles, all eating ice cream.
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