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Ô Mai – Nosh of Hanoian & Vietnamese

Ô mai Vietnamese – Ô mai is a snack made from fruits combined with sugar, salt and some other ingredients. Hanoian have special recipe handed down, so Ô mai is considered a specialty of Hanoi. Ô Mai has a sour, salty, spicy and natural sweetness, which is enjoyed by many Vietnamese people, especially women. Hanoi …

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Vietnamese tea culture you already know

Vietnamese tea, Japanese tea, Chinese tea … all have their own characteristics in terms of taste and how to enjoy them. Today, duongsrestaurant.com will help you discover Vietnamese tea. The Vietnamese tea drinking habits has been started since the period of 13th to 15th century. In the past, it was believed that tea could help …

Baby Duck Egg

It is a duck egg that has been fertilized and allowed to age somewhere between 18 and 21 days—just long enough for the yolk to develop into an embryo resembling a primordial creature with beak, eyes, body and feathers. The eggs are boiled for 20 minutes and served in the shell with a little salt, …

Hanoi Deep Fried Spring Rolls

Vietnamese do not eat fried spring rolls with rice everyday. In fact it is a preferred food on special occasions such as Tet and other family festivities. Spring rolls not always go along with rice but also seen with round noodle in the mouth-watering bún nem dish. Ingredients used for the fried spring roll are …

Bun dau mam tom – Special food in Vietnam

The famous noodle that not every foreigner would have a bravery to try because the smell of the shrimp sauce. But we Vietnamese love it since behind the smell (which is unavoidable) the taste is pretty sweet and the combination of rice noodle, soya cheese and shrimp sauce brings joy to your mouth. The name …

What is a Fine Dining restaurant?

If you’re thinking about opening, re-branding, or expanding a restaurant you probably already know what type of food you want to serve. But, have you thought about what kind of restaurant you want to run? The idea of a fine dining restaurant with great chachet may appeal to you but do you know what it …

Three of Hanoi’s top “bún” dishes

In Vietnamese, “bún” refers to rice vermicelli. It’s basically Asian spaghetti. It’s slurpable and versatile, with endless combinations that make it taste new every time. You can eat bun with fish sauce or tomato broth, snails or grilled meats, wrapped in a spring roll, or woven into mini-bún blankets of joy in the form of banh …

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