The town of Hoi An has a rich and diverse history, creating a perfect melting pot of cultures and arguably one of the best food scenes in all of Vietnam. The most famous dish is almost certainly Cao Lau. Barbecued pork is served with crunchy croutons and fresh greens, all on a bed of some … Continue reading The smiley lady and her Cao Lau
Com (=Rice) Ga (=Chicken) is, by definition, a very simple dish, but hey, very complex in taste! Each region has its own variation, and we wish we could try them all... In Hoi An, the rice is generally cooked in chicken stock with a dash of turmeric and served with shredded chicken that has been boiled … Continue reading Unbelievable Com Ga in Hoi An
Banh Mi Phuong is one of those places, which, despite its phenomenal success and fame, still serves amazing sandwiches for less than 1 dollar. When you arrive, don't be discouraged by the queue, as half of it is locals waiting for their take away Banh Mi. Squeeze past and it is most likely that a … Continue reading The best Banh Mi… ever?