• Nam An Restaurant

    11 Nguyen Van Chiem, District 1
    +84-(83)-925-5046
    With its unique atmostphere and excellent food quality, Nam An has been a popular name among Saigonese for a long time.

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  • Mumtaz Indian Restaurant

    226 Bui Vien,
    +84-(83)-837-1757
    If you are looking for a break from the norm and a tasty, authentic restaurant that serves Indian cuisine, Mumtaz Indian Restaurant probably is the best fit for you. Mumtaz is a lovely restaurant with casual décor yet excellent food in the middle of the backpacker district.

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  • Mumtaz Indian Restaurant

    226 Bui Vien, District 1
    +84-(83)-837-1757
    Indian food fan won’t stand much chance of being disappointed at this restaurant.

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  • Lang Nuong Nam Bo 1

    285 Cach Mang Thang Tam Street, District 10
    +84-(83)-863-2309
    Located on a crowded street of HCMC, next to Le Thi Rieng Park, Southern Grills Village is not only an attractive dinner restaurant but also an ideal destination of visitors on holiday

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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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    9 foods that Vietnamese eat for breakfast Breakfast plays a very important role as it is the energy source for a whole hard working day. In the past, breakfasts were cooked by deft hands of women in a family which enhances much the taste of the foods.

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    5 strange exotic hotpots of Hanoi The biting cold of Hanoi winter makes for a great chance to gather up around a steaming hotpot - a favorite of locals in the winter time. The most common types of hotpot involve beef and chicken, but following are some of the more exotic types that offer a different taste of Hanoi.

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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.