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Foods and Drinks in laos

Bun Cha

Bun Cha

Bun Cha is a dish of grilled pork and noodle. It’s served with grilled pork patties (cha) and white vermicelli noodles (bun). Usually it’s...

Top 4 exotic hotpots you should try in Hanoi

Chatting and drinking with friends while surrounding a flavourful hotpot is a perfect choice particularly in the winter season. The most common types of hotpot involve beef and chicken, but following are top 4 exotic types of hotpot that offer a different taste of Hanoi.
Egg Coffee

Egg Coffee

Egg coffee is a Hanoi specialty! A raw egg yolk is whipped furiously (seriously, we heard the beater on for like 5 minutes non-stop)...
green papaya salad

Green Papaya Salad with Beef Jerky

Hanoi cuisine is a harmony combination between yin & yang, between vegetables & meat, and Green Papaya Salad with Beef Jerky is a demonstration. >> Fresh beer...
Hanh Muoi - Pickled Onions

Hanh Muoi – Pickled Onions

Hanh Muoi (Pickled Onions) is one of the indispensable dishes served in Tet Holiday of Vietnam.
Mien Xao Luon

Mien Xao Luon

This dish consists of glass noodles stir fried with crispy little eels, bean sprouts and egg. It’s topped with cucumber, purple peril la and...
Banh Goi (Pillow Cake)

Banh Goi (Pillow Cake)

A good dish for cold days in Vietnam, “Banh Goi” attracts guests at first sight for its pretty baby pillow shape and its colorful...
Cha Ca

Cha Ca

Dill is uncommon in Vietnam, but in the north of the country, it is one of the key components of the dish Cha Ca....
Xoi (Sticky Rice)

Xoi (Sticky Rice)

“Xoi”; or “glutinous rice”, “sweet rice”, “sticky rice” in English; can be found in many Asian dishes, especially in the South East Asia areas. “Xoi” also is one of the most popular Vietnamese “fast food”.
pickled

Pickled Mustard Greens (Dua Cai Chua)

Mustard greens are sturdy vegetables and so are really great for pickling. When pickled just right they are crispy and satisfyingly tart.  My Mom used...