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What to eat in Vietnam this winter

Vietnam winter is not too cold but chilled enough to awaken the sense of taste. This is the chance to warm up and enjoy Vietnamese cuisine. Here are some options: Floating cake Pork ribs rice porridge Rice cake made of rice flour and lime water Grilled corn and Grilled sweet...

The food culture of Hoi An: As local as it gets

If you’re anything like me and support local businesses, Hoi An is as local as it gets. The people literally live off of the land and make a living from what grows on the land. You will find that everything you eat in Hoi An is locally sourced within the city. The seafood...

Hanoi’s speciality with green rice flake cake

Hanoi is famous for its specialty green rice flake cakes which are sold in Hang Than street. Hang Than is just among more than 20 culinary streets in Hanoi which has about 70 streets with their first name of Hang. This 300 meter long street houses more than 30 green rice flake...

Pha Lau – Challenging Vietnamese Street Food

It could be challenging getting to know Vietnamese street food as there are dishes that you may think inedible but was told otherwise by locals. The Vietnamese are adventurous eaters, and they are not afraid to eat the anything that generous nature gives them. It is very common...

Cuisine in Sapa

Sapa cuisine is a soulful and all hearty reflection of Vietnamese ethnical culture diversity. Thus, one should regard the cuisine in many different perspectives, for after all, it is the oldest in all of Vietnam. When you talk Sapa, we talk fire and the specialization in soups,...

Vietnamese Banh mi – ”The best sandwich in the world?”

Banh mi is a Vietnamese term for all kinds of bread, or sometimes called Vietnamese sandwich. The word is derived from banh (bread) and mi (wheat). Bread, or more specifically the baguette, was introduced by the French during its colonial period. The bread most commonly found in...
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