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City Dining Guide
It would be impossible to get starved in Hanoi - the centre of sensational cuisine. No matter wher... more
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5 best buffet restaurants in Hanoi
Buffet restaurants provide customers with the chance to taste a wide range of cuisines at a reasonable price and professional services. There are many kinds of buffets restaurants in Hanoi: from traditional, Western, to hotpot and dessert ones.
5 Best Vegetarian Restaurants In Hanoi
Presently, vegan restaurants in Hanoi are diversified both in range and size. From small family restaurants like Au Lac (318 Lang Str) to local restaurants, for instance An Lac (8/2/40 Ta QuangBuu – Bach Khoa area), Thien Phuc (18/71 Nguyen Hong Str.), and even homely restaurants, typically Nang Tam (79A Tran Hung Dao Str), vegan restaurants are getting more and more popular. This is a list of 5 recommended vegan restaurants in Hanoi:
5 most popular Vietnamese vegetarian food
Even though Vietnamese food is renowned all over the world for being healthy and vegieful, it is hard to find a pure vegetarian option from time to time. Here are the top 5 food that can be found in either family meals, ”com binh dan” or high-end restaurants without scanning the country for vegetarian-only places. In fact, they are the hidden gems of Vietnamese cuisines that you are about to find out.
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.