For half a month now in Hanoi, restaurants and sidewalk shops are still only serving takeout, stopping selling on the spot to ensure the prevention of Covid-19. Despite strictly complying, many people still feel nostalgic for the feeling of eating on the spot, especially with noodle dishes – pho must be eaten like that to feel the full taste.
Recently, because of the craving for the feeling of eating hot pho in a bowl served at the restaurant, many people with ‘box drivers’ have had the initiative to go into people’s hearts. Instead of having to put pho in a cage, or take out a plastic bowl, they just drive their car to the front of the shop, order a bowl and eat it right in the car parked in front of the shop.
Not only having hot pho eaten on the spot, but also being able to sit in air conditioning and completely ensure the distance, this option has attracted many responses and is also an opportunity for enthusiasts to “live virtual” to show off.
Recently, a series of photos of foodies sitting in luxury cars, displaying a plate of pho to enjoy a meal have been shared, which has made many people feel a little jealous because “rich people have cars”. On a few days like this, going out to eat and drink is not afraid of lack of seats”, or “just had a hot pho like at a restaurant by the way to show off an expensive car”.
However, there are also people who think that this option is a bit ‘smell’ because if you drop the bowl of broth, drop a little soy sauce on the carpet, the money to go to the toilet and wash the interior of the car is not cheap, especially especially waste of time, waste of time.