• 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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    7

    Decor
    6

    Service
    6

    Cost
    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 foods you should not miss while visiting Hanoi A list of most popular local foods that should not be missed in Hanoi, take a look and find out what are they..

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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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    5 Street Vendors You Cannot Miss Out In Hanoi Besides being sold on streets, all these places have one thing in common: they are groups of shops selling one type of food. Usually one family starts the business with an innovative idea and the neighbours follow their examples.

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    Five most popular trends of Hanoi cafés Mentioning Hanoi, people may immediately think of a cultural space with various etiquette and customs from the old time. Although tea is a big thing, coffee and the way people enjoy it are also among the most recognizable characteristics of this ancient capital city. Beginning a day with a cup of hot coffee is an indispensable hobby of many working Hanoians, though each one has his or her own way in his or her own favorite place.