Phở cuốn (“rolled phở”) is a Hanoi delicacy. It’s made by wrapping fried beef with onion, lettuce, coriandrum sativum, basil and other vegetables in a think wrap of the same rice roodle material used to make phở noodles. It’s served with a small bowl of dipping sauce. In phở cuốn shops, you’ll also find phở chiên phồng (“inflated fried phở”) and phở chiên giòn (“crispy fried phở”) on the menu. Phở chiên phồng is square rice noodle “pillows” which are fried until they become inflated and golden brown, while phở chiên giòn is noodles mixed with egg then deep fried; both have beef and Brassica rapa.