• Quan Nguyet

    Lô Z36-37, Trần Hưng Đạo, Q.Sơn Trà, Vietnam
    +84-(551)-3-709-146 / +84-983-029-777 / +84-976-882-883
    Quan Nguyet is a Vietnamese and seafood restaurant favored by many locals thanks to authentic flavor and very affordable price

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    6

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    6

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    8

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  • 4u - For You Restaurant

    11 Tran Hung Dao St, Da Nang, Vietnam
    (+84-(511)-3-916-351
    4U – For You Restaurant is a spacious one that available for over 500 guests. The beautiful view of Han River Bridge as well as the great food in reasonable price make the restaurant popular to both domestic and foreign tourists.

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Food Guide

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    Top 5 Specialties of Nha Trang Being a coastal city and the capital of Khanh Hoa province on the South Central Coast of the country, Nha Trang is one of the most attractive destinations for international tourists in Vietnam. Nha Trang is not only famous for the pristine beaches and excellent scuba diving, but also for its special delicacies. Here are 5 must-try foods list for people first coming to Nha Trang.

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    10 Vietnamese specialties worthy of royalty Once meant for kings and queens, these dishes contain vast nutritious amount and exhibit extremely fine exquisite tastes. These were once themselves the royalties of Vietnamese food.

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    Vietnam has rice: 10 of its finest varieties To Vietnamese, rice is not simply considered a dish but the soul of a meal, no matter how delicious other dishes are, the meal will not be perfect without good rice. Depending on certain regions, Vietnamese people have different cooking methods and have given birth to various rice dishes but the 10 rice dishes below are labeled the best by both domestic and foreign gourmets.

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    3 Most Popular Tea Varieties in Vietnam With the history of planting tea for over 2000 years, Vietnam is one of the largest and oldest tea-producing countries in the world. Although the history of Vietnamese tea has not been well recorded as that of the Chinese or Japanese, tea drinking occupies an essential role in Vietnamese culture, both in the past and in the present.