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Gio lua (Silky lean meat paste)
By itself, the name Silky lean meat paste evokes thoughts of the silky aspect of this speciality. Gio lua is made with lean pig meat, which is pounded with a pestle until it becomes a sticky paste ...
Hanoi Garden Restaurant Hanoi
Hanoi Garden restaurant is located in the middle of the ancient quarter of the capital. ...
Jackfruits contain a lot of sugar and calories. They grow on every part of the tree: the trunk, branches, and even on the roots ...
Lau mam (Mixed vegetable and meat hot pot)
At present, Lau mam folk dish in the past hundred years - become a luxurious specialty in the South ...
Litchi (Vai thieu)
Thieu is name dedicated to a special kind of litchi grown in Hung Yen province and Luc Ngan commune in Ha Bac province. Thieu litchi is a bit bigger than a Longan ...
Little Hanoi- Cafe corner
Little Hanoi is set on a busy street corner and is popular for its good coffees and fresh western-style sandwiches throughout the day ...
Lon quay Lang Son (Lang Son roasted pork)
Anyone who arrives in Lang Son Province could find it difficult to say no to Lon quay dish. Lon quay Lang Son is delicious for many reasons, however, the main specific taste of the dish comes from the unique flavor of a kind of leaf ...
The longan grows in many provinces in the North. The longan is no bigger than a ping-pong ball with brownish peel. ...
Lotus (Hoa Sen)
Lotus is a soft plant living mainly in water. This pink or white flower belongs to a species of plant called hollyhock. ...
Mango plants, xoai in the Vietnamese language, are grown in most southern provinces. The most reputed mangoes come from Cao Lanh distric in Dong Thap province ...
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