Hanoi is not only attracts foreign tourists by beautiful natural scenery but also by its cuisine. Here are some the most delicious foods you should not miss while visiting Hanoi.

Phuket probably has the widest variety of food choices in Thailand after Bangkok. Today we will discover some typical dishes for breakfast in Phuket.

Even though by no way is it unique to Hanoi only, street vendors are the essential part of city life. One of indispensable function street vendors play is to provide a great variety of food 24/7 all year around. Here are some street vendors which you can't miss out while travelling in Hanoi.

If you walk around Saigon streets, you can easily recognize an omnipresent dish that has always been highly recommended by locals and in foreign guidebooks. The sign says it right: Com Tam (Broken rice).

Papaya is available in Laos throughout the whole year and is commonly used in a plenty of dishes. Undoubtedly, the most popular is papaya salad, which is called “Tam Mak Houng” in Laos.
Cambodian Fish Amok

Fish Amok maybe is the most well-known dish in Cambodia. If once tasted, you must have been impressed by unique flavors of this dish.

A popular snack, Kaipen is made of freshwater green algae, peppered with sesame seeds and sundried into paper-thin sheets.

Here are some well-known Vietnames dishes that have made Vietnam an attractive spot on the culinary world.

Xoi xeo is a special food in Hanoi, especially in the morning. It is also a street food with full of unique and delicious foods. “ Xoi xeo in lotus leaf” is one of the traditional foods for breakfast, which is loved by many people.

Chung cake is a traditional food in Vietnam which is indispensable in the relics to offering Vietnam’s ancestor in the Lunar New Year Festival (Tet). Therefore, you could find a couple of Banh Chung in every family in Vietnam in the Tet.
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