Egg Coffee, delicacies must try when visit to Hanoi

Egg Coffee, delicacies must try when visit to Hanoi

In addition to bread and Phở, Vietnam coffee is often known for its thick, and oftentimes over-the-top sweet. Sitting at local café’s – from Saigon to Hanoi – you can’t miss the unique way coffee is brewed in Vietnam (through the filter). But, the lesser known, “Egg Coffee” can be found on menus in hidden …

Street Vendors, Vietnamese culture

Street Vendors, Vietnamese culture

Street vendors can be considered as a Vietnamese culture, you can easily see street vendors in every corner of Vietnam. There are street vendors who travel by bike or on foot, have a place on the street or street corner, have people who own shops and expand their products on the sidewalk. They serve as …

What is a restaurant? Types of restaurants

What is a restaurant? Types of restaurants

What are restaurants and classifying restaurants as a basic knowledge for young people just starting to learn about F&B. The correct classification and understanding will help you orient your work accordingly to the future. These useful background insights will be provided in the following short article. What is a restaurant? The restaurant is a public …

What to eat in Vietnam? - Must try dishes

What to eat in Vietnam?

Vietnamese food has achieved cult status around the world due to the global popularity of Pho. However, the 90+ million people who live in the Southeast Asia country eat a lot more Vietnamese foods than just Pho. Goi Cuon Better known as spring rolls, is a delicacy here in Vietnam, sold in almost all restaurants …

5 best romantic restaurants in Hanoi

5 best romantic restaurants in Hanoi

Hanoi’s top romantic restaurants specially cater to couples looking to enjoy an unforgettable night out in Vietnam’s capital. Boasting picturesque surroundings, delectable cuisine, and quality wines from reputable vineyards across the world, many of these luxurious dining venues are located close to the iconic Hoan Kiem Lake, where you and your beloved can enjoy a …

Three of Hanoi's top "bún" dishes

Three of Hanoi’s top “bún” dishes

In Vietnamese, “bún” refers to rice vermicelli. It’s basically Asian spaghetti. It’s slurpable and versatile, with endless combinations that make it taste new every time. You can eat bun with fish sauce or tomato broth, snails or grilled meats, wrapped in a spring roll, or woven into mini-bún blankets of joy in the form of banh …

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