Com Ga – Hoi An Chicken Rice Specialty Not To Be Missed

Com Ga  – Hoi An Chicken Rice Specialty Not To Be Missed

Every time coming to Hoi An, I must try two very authentic local foods here: Com Ga (chicken rice) and Banh My (Vietnamese sandwiches). There are quite many local restaurant selling Com Ga in Hoi An, and they can be easy seen in many…

Banh Cuon – The Hanoi rolled steam pancake for local breakfast

Banh Cuon – The Hanoi rolled steam pancake for local breakfast

Banh Cuon is one of very popular breakfast in Ha Noi. Banh Cuon means “rolled steam pancake” in Vietnamese. The way of making it is very similar to Banh Pho (rice noodle for Pho) but thinner and thicker than rice paper for spring roll….

Snails – Street food with strong Saigonese style

Snails – Street food with strong Saigonese style

“If you have a chance to come by or visit Saigon, it’s highly recommend you to try the multi cultural gastronomy world there. One of the most specific food here is Oc – which be called Snails in English. Oc in Saigon is kind…

“Bia Hoi” – Drink and Talk after Work

“Bia Hoi” – Drink and Talk after Work

One of very unique cuisine activities of Hanoi people that also relate much to city culture is having Bia Hoi ( Hanoi draught beer) in local restaurants that many of them just locate in pavement of city’s streets. It can be in the lunch…

“Bun Cha” – One of The Most Wanted Street Foods in Hanoi

“Bun Cha” – One of The Most Wanted Street Foods in Hanoi

“Bun Cha” is one of two most popular street foods in Hanoi. You can easily find Bun Cha in many streets in Hanoi. Or just simply follow the attractive smell of barbecue pork. It consists of rice noodles, BBQ pork, fresh vegetable and authentic…

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