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Friday, September 25, 2020
Boasting signature Thai cuisine, these six Saigon eateries serve up a fusion of traditional and modern flavors.

Mantis shrimp

“Tom tit”, or mantis shrimp, is a dish that seafood lovers do not want to miss out on when visiting Ha Tien town, Kien Giang province.
Ripening Burmese grapes have covered Tien Phuoc District in Quang Nam Province with their red hue since mid September.
A coastal province in the Mekong Delta, Ben Tre is known for its delicacies from rivers and fruit orchards.
Residents of Lang Son Province in northern Vietnam go trekking long distances up rocky mountains to harvest tons of custard apples.
In the northern highlands province of Lang Son, Van Lang District farmers are harvesting the distinctively crispy and sweet Vanh Khuyen persimmons.
‘Che khuc bach’, a Vietnamese take on the classic Italian dessert panna cotta, is a perfect dessert to cool Hanoi's hot summer.
The Hanoitimes - With the project titled “Food Capital”, Hue hopes to reinforce the peaceful image and bring its cuisine culture to the world.
The Hanoitimes - With the second summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un in Hanoi this week, the world’s gaze is now on the capital of Vietnam and its delicacies.
The Hanoitimes - Police force was mobilized to ensure security at the restaurant and surrounding area.

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