Why did we close down the phun restaurant?

We have been outstanding throughout our business days from the beginning till end. Our customers have always enjoyed and relished our Vietnamese dishes and desserts. The staff has always been friendlier and helpful. Our restaurant was clean, had very nice décor, nicely arranged chairs and tables and a sweet aroma in the atmosphere.


Our menu card made the customer’s mouth filled with water. The wings, spring rolls, rice, pho soup and a range of never ending items were on the display. The delicious and soupy rice dishes were one of our specialties. We have done a lot over the years, but there was something that resulted in our downfall. The customers that were decreasing gradually as time passed.

It wasn’t the lack of communication, customer service or poor taste. It seemed that the road where our restaurant was situated started to become too much busy that people would barely stop by to enter. The deals at our restaurant were extremely affordable, and all families loved it. We had a range of items for the vegetarians and the meat eaters. The extraordinary flavor and taste were unbeatable, and the quality of food was like never seen before.

The crispy duck noodle bowl, the steamed shrimp dumplings, the pho soup with pork in it, the cho chen dessert and every other item was perfect from all aspects. Our meals were fantastic and were worth the investment. Not only families but sometimes we even entertained the business meetings, and all were very happy with our service.

But all of the sudden, we faced a downfall that wasn’t expected from any of the management or the staff. The line of customers that couldn’t wait to get their orders served started to recede. Our profits dropped. We had to fire a lot of staff and management members. It wasn’t easy for us, but we were forced to do.

After every little struggle we could make to push this business somehow up from being drowned, we failed. Finally, we had to make the decision of permanently closing the restaurant as it was difficult to pay the utility bills even. We had to apologize to the entire staff, the management and the customers, at the same time we’ll also be grateful for the services and the great reviews we had from you. This time, we are doing some serious renovations and working harder to turn the bad into good and start serving you with the same delicious foods.


Revealed: The secret behind our food- Cuisinart CPC600AMZ

Ever wondered how we entertain our customers with some delicious dishes at our restaurant? Well, today we are revealing the secret behind that. Well, if you’ve been thinking about the secret thing behind those mouth-watering Vietnamese rice dishes, it’s the Cuisinart CPC600AMZ pressure cooker.
The Cuisinart CPC600AMZ is a must have kitchen utensil if you are a great fan of Vietnamese rice dish. It cooks the healthiest food, without you waiting for hours. Plus, we find it very economical as well, perfect for people with a limited budget. It helps a lot in reducing the time that is needed to stand around the food so that balance is maintained. It has a very simple display that you can program easily. The precision thermostat enables you to set the desired temperature and thus, get the exact results you are expecting.

But this isn’t all about this secret kitchen utensil. This pressure cooker helps to keep the meat moist, simmer, saute and keeps the food warm so that you have the most delicious dish prepared whenever you want it.
It also doesn’t lag behind from safety point of view. The top lid encloses securely, and its plastic handle remains cool throughout the cooking process. You can easily grab the cooker from the handle and shift it wherever you want. Also this is a non-slip plastic material. So, you are always safe when handling it.
You can nearly cook any type of meal in it. Whether it’s rice, meat, vegetables, soup or anything. You name it, and the Cuisinart CPC600AMZ cooks it.

Summary of Features;

  • Easy Push Button Controls: It has a very user-friendly interface with simple push buttons having labels on them. You won’t have to navigate through endless menus before you finally start the cooker. Push, set and play that’s all it demands.
  • Improved Packing: We’ve ordered multiple Cuisinart CPC600AMZ pressure cookers but they have improved their packaging a lot. Unlike other pressure cooker packing, it has a very tight, secure and firm packing that prevents it from any external damage during the shipping process. You’ll receive a crystal clear pressure cooker without a single scratch or damage to its body or electrical parts.
  • Dishwasher Safe Cooking Pot: It’s so much easy to wash the Cuisinart CPC600AMZ pressure cooker. You can even ask your kids to help you out with washing. You can easily grab it with the safe non-slip handle and wash it thoroughly.
  • Trivet: Well, a few customers didn’t compliment this feature a lot, but when it comes to the ease of using it, you’ll find it useful.

Cuisinart CPC600AMZ pressure cooker is a smart, sleek and handy device that aims to get the job done for you in no time. It’s also cheap, but durable at the same time and is worth your investment. The price you pay for its unbeatable quality will last for years. This is one of the perfect appliances for small and average families.

How to use chopsticks like a pro

Whether you are planning to visit China, Southern or Northern Asia or simply going to a traditional Chinese restaurant, you should master the use of chopsticks. Undoubtedly, some of the most awkward and embarrassing moments result when don’t know how to use chopsticks properly.

Using chopsticks is pretty much like using a fork, but you only have to use one hand. Today, we’ll be going through some easy practice sessions that will help you grab those two pieces of sticks like a pro, and brag out the next time you have your meal at a Chinese restaurant.

Use Chopsticks like a pro

You may come across two types of chopsticks, the wood and the metal. Both of them vary in length and have either a circular or a flat surface. Try picking up the wooden chopsticks that have a flat surface, as it gives friction, and maximum grip on the chopsticks when picking the food or bringing the sticks near your mouth.

1: The Three Finger Technique

This is perhaps the easiest way of using a chopstick. You grab the chopsticks with your first three fingers in a manner that your middle finger rests within the space between the two chopsticks while your first and third finger are on either side of the chopsticks. Your thumb and the pinky lies delicately on the top of the chopsticks giving support to your fingers.


2: The Creatives Technique

This is somewhat a kind of nostalgic way of using the chopsticks. It’s also used by the Chinese and is a very creative way. You need a napkin, an old receipt or small piece of paper and fold it into a small rectangle.

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Now place this small rectangle near the middle of the stick and wrap it around using rubber band until the wedge tightly secured in its place. To pick up your food, simply squeeze the chopsticks. They will make an automatic movement. There is no need of finger maneuvering in this technique. Many Chinese people use to prepare chopsticks in this way for their kids who have no experience of using them.

Important Things To Consider When Using Chopsticks

  • Never try to stick your chopsticks straight into the rice. This is considered as bad luck in the Chinese tradition because bowls of rice that have chopsticks sticking out of the center have been used in rites of their ancestral worship.
  • Never pass the food using the chopsticks. This is a bad habit, especially when you are sitting at a restaurant or in a gathering.
  • Try to use your chopsticks like a forklift by turning your hand to grab the large pieces of food. It makes it easier for you to do

Don’t play with your chopsticks while the food is to be served. Also don’t tap them together or imitate like you are practicing to use the chopsticks. You’ll probably end up making a fool of yourself.

Revealed: How to grill with a Bradley smoker

Bradley Smoker is perfect for meat & food smoking products. It works with the help of compressed sawdust discs known as bisquettes that generate smoke. It is surely one of the unique grilling equipment that automates the grilling process for you. Now you won’t have to stand for hours near the grill. The Bradley Smoker is a smart device that eliminates all the cooking fuss.

In today’s discussion, we’ll learn to grill a Turkey on a Bradley smoker. It’s very simple, easy and fun to smoke. I’ll also tell how to work with the digital controls.


Grilling with A Bradley Smoker: Preparing a Delicious Smoked Turkey

Ingredients Required

  • Buy an average sized turkey from the market.
  • Now take a big pot and pour in 2 quarts of orange juice.
  • Also, add 2 quarts of apple juice into the orange juice.
  • Add 2 cups of kosher salt.
  • 1 Cup of brown sugar. You may use white sugar as well.
  • 1 tablespoon of Nutmeg.
  • Add 10 allspice cloves.
  • Finally, we need 1 gallon of water.

Mix all the ingredients, and put in the whole turkey inside the large pot that contains the brine mixture. You should allow it to marinate for more than 18 hours so that the brine mixtures is fully soaked inside it.

Grilling inside the Bradley Smoker

  1. Place the turkey on a large tray. Also, pour some brine mixture over and around it.
  2. Because the turkey is quite large, you will need to pull out the top tray from the best electric smoker under 500 to make some space.
  3. Put the dish with the turkey carefully on the grill of the smoker.
  4. Make sure that there is no spoon or other utensil left inside the tray.
  5. Close the door of the smoker, and lock it.
  6. From the digital control panel, set the timer for 6 hours and the set the temperature to low. We don’t want to prepare it too fast; else it won’t cook properly. The meat might be left raw inside.
  7. Keep a check on the wooden chips after every hour. If your model has a glass door, you can also look through it and see the progress, else don’t open the door. All of the smoke will escape quickly.
  8. After an hour, you can see the smoke rising from its top flat chimney. However, you should open the smoker door, and have a quick check on the turkey. Pour in some more brine mixture on it, and let it smoke for another 3 hours on low heat.
  9. After 6 hours, take out the turkey carefully, add some wine over it and enjoy the delicious smoked turkey. 20151015-Bradley130697_V2SMALL


Depending on what type of food you are cooking, you need to adjust the timer accordingly. Don’t forget to add the bisquettes in the bisquette holder. A new one is required after every 20-30 minutes. Fill it as per cooking requirements. The Bradley smoker can easily be moved from place to place. So, you can grill where ever you want to.

How to make the Best Vietnamese Pho soup

Today we’ll learn how to make a delicious, appetizing and fabulous bowl of Vietnamese Pho Soup. The recipe is very easy, and the ingredients used are easily available in the market. Well, you might have tried a pho soup before in any restaurant, and not to mention, it’s cheap but delicious.

The best thing about making the pho soup yourself is that apart from the star anise, cardamom, fennel seeds and cinnamon, you can customize it the way you want and add extra toppings as you desire. So, here is the recipe for this delicious Vietnamese dish.


Preparing Pho Soup



  • Fresh ground black pepper.
  • 6 Thai bird chilies. You can also use serrano chili thinly cut into rings.
  • 1 lime which is cut into 6 thin wedges.
  • ½ sliced yellow onion.
  • 3
  • 1/3 cup chopped cilantro.
  • 10 spring Asian basil.
  • 1 dozen saw-leaf herb leaves.
  • 1 pound of bean sprouts.


  • 1 tablespoon sea salt.
  • 5 pounds of beef marrow. You can also use knuckle bones.
  • 6 cloves that are toasted in dry pan.
  • 2 pounds of beef chuck cut into 2
  • 10 star anise toasted in a dry pan.
  • 2 small gingers cut in half length and lightly bruised and charred.
  • 3 ounce of rock sugar or 3 tablespoons regular sugar.
  • 2 yellow onions, peeled and charred.
  • ¼ cup of fish sauce.


  • You need 1 pounds of dried 1/16 inches wide rice sticks that are soaked, cooked and then drained.
  • 1/3 pounds of beef sirloin which is slightly frozen and then thinly slice.

How to Prepare?

1: Cooking the Bones and Beef Chucks: Firstly take a large stockpot, add 6 quarts of water and boil it. Now add bones and beef chuck in another pot and add water to cover it. Let it boil vigorously for about 5 minutes. Next take out the bones and beef with the help of tongs and place them in the first pot of boiling water. Now simmer the bones and beef for about 40 minutes. Next remove one piece of meat and put and dip it in cool water for about 10 minutes. This prevents it from drying and darkening. Finally drain the water, and cut it into thin slices placed at a small distance from each other, meanwhile the beef chuck continues to simmer.

2: Preparing the Broth: Once the broth has cooked for about 1 ½ hours, cover the star anise and cloves in a spice bag and add them to this simmering broth. Allow it to cook and infuse with the broth for about 30-40 minutes. Now remove the spice bags and onions. Next add the sea salt and let the broth cook for another 2 hours. The broth will taste a bit extra salty, but it will balance once mixed with the noodles.


3: Serving: Now comes the serving. Place the cooked noodles in medium sized bowls. The noodles must be hot, else they would cool down the soup. Once added, place the beef chuck slices and sirloin in it. Next, add the boiling broth in the bowl. 2-3 cups of broth in each bowl would be perfect. Garnish the soup with scallions, cilantro and the yellow onions. Finally serve them quickly before it starts to cool. Let the guests add garnishes as per taste.

How to cook Vietnamese food perfectly? 5 Pro Cooking Tips

Vietnamese food is well-known for its delicious flavors, uniqueness and a never ending range of items. However, cooking it perfectly isn’t something easy, and to be honest, you can’t prepare a delicious Vietnam dish without knowing what steps or techniques must be used. Preparing Vietnamese food isn’t like cooking the frozen meals in the microwave. It requires a whole lot of practice before you can finally master to cook the perfect, delicious and appetizing dish.

So, below are 5 tips that will help you cook Vietnamese food perfectly. These tips are from the top chefs in the world Vietnamese foods.

Cooking Tips

1: Less Is More

The very core part of learning to cook Vietnamese dishes is seasoning. If we look at some European traditions, the meal is usually seasoned during the cooking process, and there is no further requirement of adding salt. Also, when preparing Vietnamese food, the dipping sauce is one of the essential things as it contains a fair quantity of salty fish sauce.

2: Always Shake Before You Buy

We recommend you shaking the bottle of fish sauce before you buy. After shaking observe the sauce. The sauce must form bubble rising from the bottom towards the top in a continuous stream. However, if they come up too quickly, or the bubbles are large, the sauce isn’t viscous enough and lacks enough fish oils. Means, you won’t get the desired taste.

3: Keeping the Annatto Oil in Pantry

When cooking Vietnamese dishes, your main focus should be on how your food appears in the plate. Annatto oil has red seeds infused in the oil, and pouring it over the dishes gives it a beautiful golden color. You can also use it for margination purpose. Most commonly, duck, pork or bones are marinated with it. Having a sealed container of the legendary annatto oil will keep it for many months in your pantry.

4: Chicken Fat Isn’t Bad At All

The rendered chicken fat can easily be purchased in a bottle from any local market or a grocery store. You can add it to many dishes you’ll cook. However, only a small quantity of it should be added to the rice before steaming it. It adds a great flavor, odor and creaminess to your dishes and also keeps the grains separate from each other.

5: Always Cook Meat & Fish on the Bone

Why? When you cook the meat or fish on the bone, it helps to maximize the flavor and juice of the final cooked food. Moreover, it also prevents the fish or meat from drying out or turning black which is quite natural. You can use a medium sized or a large bone.


4 Reasons why you must start tipping your waiter

Tipping your waiter has something that has become a compulsory thing in today’s era. It started out as a reward for the waiter’s excellent services, but now, it is an obligation. The idea of tipping in the old days was related to people who wanted to show their generosity, but now people are doing this because it is expected from them.

However, tipping is something still important, and it accounts for more than $44 Billion in US food industry alone. Whatsoever facts may come out every day, here are 4 reasons why you must start tipping your waiter.


1: Waiters are paid less than minimum wage

The Federal Government has set the minimum wage to be $7.25 an hour and a maximum of 9.32. But the waiters are only paid as low as $5 and sometimes even less than that. It is something illegal to pay less than the minimum wage rate. Many states have laws that prohibit the restaurant to pay less than the minimum rate, but unfortunately, a lot of waiters are forced to work at lower wage rates.

So, you should consider tipping the waiters with random amounts or as per your budget. It can be a $5, $10 or even a $20.

2: Customers are sometimes annoying

A lot of customers at the restaurant are simply annoying. They’ll do crazy things, or even harass the waiters, but the poor workers can only control themselves or pass out a smile with grinding teeth. The waiters know the mentality of the customers, but still they try not to lose their cool over any annoying customer. A lot of waiters hate their jobs, but they have to feed their families.

The waiters try out their best to keep you comfortable and happy at the restaurant. In return, you can make them happy for real by giving a lovely tip.



3: Sexual Harassments

A study released by Restaurant Opportunities Centers United tells that 1 out of 10 workers in more than 4300 restaurants nationwide reported that they were sexually harassed. They believe that the figures are way bigger than this. A lot of waiters and waitress are subject to some poor and terrible comments, unwanted touch on private areas, groping and many times a direct sexual favor. The workers are afraid to complain to their managers because of the fear of getting fired from the only job they had. Tipping them can give them a sense of motivation that there are good people around them, and they can ignore those shitty customers who are desperate.

4: Being a waiter isn’t Easy

Being a waiter or a waitress, one has to go through tons of hardships daily. Even though the most difficult situations or embarrassing moments, a waiter has to keep smiling and keep the customer happy, even if they are at fault. Cleaning the tables, roaming around 24/7 from one table to another, the tortures, unethical comments, sexual harassment and every other mocking isn’t something easily bearable at such a low wage rate. Showing them the gratitude can make their day, and encourage them to love their work.

14 Vietnamese dishes you must taste before you die

The Vietnamese food has gained much popularity over the past few years and is now ranked in some of the most popular foods in the world.  You might have tried some traditional Vietnamese dishes like the bread rolls and spring rolls.

The Vietnamese people love to eat noodles that are made from rice, wheat and mung beans, but there are a lot of other delicious, juicy and appetizing dishes in the Vietnamese category. Below are some of the most popular Vietnamese dishes and surely your mouth will start watering.

14 Vietnamese Dishes You Must Taste

1: The Pho Kho Gia Lai or Dry Pho

The Pho Kho Gia Lai or Dry Pho is one of the most popular Vietnamese dishes. It is a combination of noodles, beef brisket broth, chiles, and herbs. The locals usually eat Pho Kho Gia Lai by moistening the noodles with the help of broth and meat and then quickly eat it before the fresh herbs and the fried onions become wet.


2: Bun Rieu

The Ban Rieu’s secret ingredients are the base of dried shrimp and tomato that are simmered with pork trotters with a lovely combination of clove and lemongrass. Ban Rieu is usually served with rice noodles, trotters, Thai Basil, a chew fish cake like sausage, freshly sliced tomatoes and some fresh herbs (optional). The tomato tart dipped in the warm broth gives a great taste to the fatty pork.


3: Goi Ca Trich

A little appetizer, yet another great taste relishing Vietnam dish you must give a try. A small herring is used, which is placed on a very thin rice paper along with a combination of lettuce, basil, slivers of fresh pineapple, lime juice and freshly grated coconut flesh or powder. It has a great aroma and a ‘saltish’ or sweet-acidic taste and a great texture.

4: Banh Xeo

Banh Xeo is a sizzling cake like dish and looks very similar to a pancake. This Vietnam dish is a combination of flour, water and turmeric powder filled with fatty pork, bean sprouts, and green onion. A few local Vietnams also add coconut milk which gives it a great test. It’s a perfect evening snack.

5: Cao Lau

Cao Lau is my favorite dish. It is prepared from special types of noodles that are only available in Hoi An and are slightly chewier. These noodles are also used in many other Vietnam dishes and are made using water drawn from ancient Cham wells. The noodles are mixed with salad greens, sliced porks, deep fried croutons and bean sprouts.


6: Banh Bao Vac

Also known as the “White Rose” in French. It’s one of the best and favorite dishes in the world and is delicious as well. The dish is prepared with small dumplings made from rice flour, which are then filled with minced shrimp. After that, these dumplings are steamed and served with sweet sauce and toasted garlic.

7: Banh Mi

Banh Mi is a common term used for different types of Vietname bread, but it’s more like a sandwich. It’s a special crispy-soft bread filled with sliced pork belly, liver pate, vegetables, and cheese. YUMMY!

Banh Mi

8: Goi Cuon

OH YES! Here come the spring rolls. The material may vary, but the usual fillings consist of pork, prawns or tofu along with rice vermicelli and vegetables like carrot, onion, and green pepper.

9: Banh Beo

The first time I tried Banh Beo, I was sitting in restaurants with the local Vietnams. It consists of tiny circular steamed rice cakes topped with minced shrimps and pork rind combined with a special Vietnamese dipping sauce made with fish sauce, chili, lime, garlic, and sugar. The rice cakes are dipped in the sauce and quickly eaten before the collapse.

10: Bo Kho

The Bo Kho is a typical Vietnamese beef stew that consists of tendon flecked meat simmered in a spicy tomato broth combined with a light baguette.

11: Cha Ca Thang Long

The Cha Ca Thang Long is a spicy and sizzling fish served with Dill. You’ll probably forget all other dishes after trying this one. The serving is a unique. In one plate there are delicate pieces of white fish coated with a thin layer of turmeric and cooked with onions and finally tangled in fistfuls of dill. In another plate, there is cold tearing tia herb leaves that are made from fermented shrimp paste. The hot sizzling fish is combined with the cold tearing tia herb leaves and a bun of noodles.

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12: Cha Gio Re

Cha Gio Re is another yet a unique spring roll; that seems more of the west fashion. Rice papers are used instead of wheat. Rice papers are then filled with minced pork and diced vegetables. After frying, they are served with a dip sauce, nuoc cham in most restaurants.

13: Pho

You might have tried a dish similar to Pho, but the Vietnam taste is still uniqueJ. It’s a soupy dish with basil, mint, onions and cilantro. Also, cooked beef, chicken or pork pieces are also added that give it a splendid taste. Though it’s very cheap but tasty at the same time. A perfect Vietnam dish for your breakfast.

14: Com Tam

Com Tam also known as the broken rice Vietnam dish is made from fractured rice grains. They are perfect to relish in the lunchtime. The rice is served with sliced carrots, green pepper and cucumber along with fried pork or chicken coated with breadcrumbs.

10 Things you shouldn’t do at a restaurant

You might be attending a dinner party, a formal gathering or a business meetup at a restaurant. But there are a few things you shouldn’t do when you are sitting in a restaurant. I know there are situations in which you are totally blank, or don’t know what to do. But here are 10 things that you should avoid at a restaurant.


1: Never Use the Table as an Elbow Rest

You might be getting bored with the conversation or gathering and want to rest a bit, but resting your elbow on table is something disgusting, especially at a restaurant. Try to keep the elbows tucked in your body.

2: Don’t overreact if you spill something

A lot of people are very sensitive when they are at a restaurant. They are most likely to encounter some embarrassing moments, but to overreact on them is silly. You may accidentally spill something on yourself or someone else. Just clean the mess quickly, ask for some napkins and clean off. However, if you spill something on a guest, don’t clean yourself, instead apologize and offer him your napkin.

3: Don’t Talk with mouth full of food

Disgusting! Something to strictly avoid when you are at a restaurant. I know when hanging out with friends it’s quite difficult to hold yourself back from the jokes or chit chat, but talking with your mouth full of food would make a fool out of yourself.

4: Avoid reaching over the table for salt

It would be better to request the person sitting near the salt to pass on it to you. Leaning over the entire table would create discomfort for other, and is a bad manner.

5: Avoid blowing your nose

There is nothing more disgusting then discretely blowing off your nose at the table when everyone else is enjoying the food. Simply excuse yourself from the table, go to the washroom or any vacant room, take a tissue paper or a napkin with you, and clean off your nose.

6: Don’t turn your nose up to the food being served

Well, you might be one of the curious persons who’s hungry and waiting for the food to be served. But honestly, never turn your nose up to the food. Instead, take a deep breath, eat a bit of eat and drink water until the dessert arrives.



7: Don’t talk too loudly

This would be another embarrassing moment for you. Talking too loudly would create a discomfort in the entire restaurant, and other families or people sitting there wouldn’t compliment this act.

8: Bringing Outside drinks

So you want to show the restaurant that they don’t provide good drinks? Or they charge extra? Well, bringing outside drinks is something taken as a rude thing.

9: Avoid talking with your hands holding the cutlery

Put that silverware down before you start telling a story. Also put the cutlery down while you are chewing.

10: Don’t leave the napkin on the chair

After you had the meal and desserts, place the napkin on the top of table or beside your plate or drinking glass. Don’t leave it on the chair.

9 Vietnamese desserts that will leave you wanting more

Who doesn’t loves a delicious dessert after some salty & spicy meals? Vietnamese desserts have a variety of delicious items that will force you to try them once in your life. Unlike the other desserts, the Vietnamese desserts have various tastes and a relishing flavor that sinks in your taste buds. Well, below are 9 delicious Vietnamese desserts you must try out.

Vietnamese desserts

9 Vietnamese Desserts

1: Che

Che is a sweet Vietnamese soup and is a perfect match in hot weather. It is cheap but delicious and comes in various flavors like the banana sweet soup, sweet glutinous rice dumplings, sweet pomelo soup and many others. All of them have a different color, flavor and a great texture.

2: Ban Da Lon

It is a delicious sweet cake and is originally from the North of Vietnam. It has a very pleasant aroma and texture filled with multiple colors. The cake seems a bit like a jelly filled with tapioca flour, mung beans, pandan leaves and layers of red, green and yellow color.

3: Banh Khoai Mi Nuong

Banhh Khoai Mu Nuong is a bit different from the regular Vietnamese desserts. It has a savory flavor to sweet taste. You’ll enjoy the sweet taste of coconut milk and its aroma. Other than that, spices, eggs, and Cassava are also added.

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4: Banh Bot Loc

It has a crispy cover and a chewy taste. It appears much like a dumpling served with a dipping sauce. The fillings are light, comprising of Shrimps and Pork one with a banana lead and the other without any cover. The sweet and pleasant aroma of the banana is splendid.

5: Banh Xeo

Banh Xeo is another crispy and spicy dessert with a sour dipping source. Its crispy is made from the cover, while the sweet taste from the shrimps and Mung Beans, while the spicy and sour taste from its dipping sauce. In some restaurants, you have the choice of choosing only a sweet or spicy dipping.

6: Tropical Fruits

The traditional Vietnamese fruits are more loved than other desserts in a Vietnam cuisine. A lot of people prefer the tropical fruits that include pomelo, bananas, watermelon and sometimes strawberries and mangos are also served. In some Vietnamese restaurants, a sweet cream is also poured over the tropical fruits.

7: Che Bap

It is a typical pudding, much like soup and is made from sweet corns, glutinous rice and topped with a sweet and thick coconut milk.  You can eat it warm or cold or even as a snack in the evening time.

8: Che Ba Mau

It’s three colored desserts made from colored beans, jelly and covered with a thick and syrupy coconut milk. Mung bean paste, Kidney beans  and green jelly are commonly used. This dessert is quite heavy, and you’ll be filled after having one glass of it.

9: Che Surong Sa Hat LuU

Also known as the Rainbow dessert! It is a sweet and delicious dessert, and its main ingredients include mung beans, coconut milk, mock pomegranate seeds and agar jelly. One glass of it can refresh your mind and body. The pomegranate seeds are usually colored and when topped with coconut milk, gives a great texture.