Vietnamese cuisine is so amazing. For any food lovers, Vietnam food has its own flavour that can be found anywhere else in the world. Street food is also an important of Vietnamese cuisine.
Chung Cake is a must-have cake in Tet Hoilday. This cake is made from simple and basic ingredients which followed a famous legend.
Claypot rice is a very popular dish that you shouldn't miss when travelling to Vietnam. This rice is cooked in a special way and you will be surprised at its taste.
D'Sens Restaurant is a worth place to come when travelling to Bangkok. It's a French restaurant with beatuful views on Lumpini Park from the 21st floor.
Along with beer, tea and pho, coffee often seems to be the lifeblood of Hanoi capital. You really can’t walk far without the tempting aroma of coffee greeting your nostrils, and a hit of the particularly strong brew is enough to keep you going for hours.
Sushi is a typical Japanese food with over a thousand years of history and tradition. It has become perhaps the most visible example of Japanese cuisine in other countries.
The Turkish kebab – döner kebab – is part of their everyday cuisine. Döner kebab is filets of meat stacked on a vertical spit and roasted at a vertical grill.
Neapolitan pizza, or pizza Napolatena, is a type of pizza that originated in Naples, Italy.
Wurst is a German specialty and a big part of German cuisine. Worldwide, Germany offers the largest selection of wurst. From Blutwurst to Weisswurst, from Frankfurters to Salami – there are over 1,500 different kinds of wurst.
Tom Yum Goong – the quintessential Thai dish. The spicy & sour shrimp soup that exemplifies the essence of Thai cuisine – fresh, tantalizing and robust.
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