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The Invention of Pho Cuon

When a particular type of spring roll exploded on the Hanoi streetfood scene, many people claimed or were claimed to be its inventor. Billy Gray goes in search of the source of pho cuon. Photos by Trung Del

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Gastro: Food and Beer Pub

There’s a restaurant and pub in town serving, yes, you guessed it, cuisine from the UK. Naturally our mystery diner had to check it out. Here’s the verdict. Photos by Trung Del

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Linh & Ben

 

If you’re wondering what happened to Linh & Ben on Xuan Dieu, well now you know — it’s moved to Hang Buom in the Old Quarter.

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New Bia Hoi on To Ngoc Van

Bia Tay Ta recently held its grand opening on To Ngoc Van to a packed house. Run by couple Huong Vu Hai and Hien of Quest Festival and Commune Cafe, the space features specialty Na Da beer and tasty Vietnamese fare, from VND20,000 to VND200,000 a dish.

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Bun Oc Co Hue

Vietnam has an obsession with eating snails. And one dish that leaves a long, glistening trail is snails with rice noodle soup. Words by Huyen Tran. Photos by Julie Vola

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Tuk Tuk Thai Cuisine

 

There’s a new Thai spot in town, and it’s called Tuk Tuk. Tucked away just off Hoan Kiem Lake on Hang Hanh, the restaurant is currently working out its kinks with a soft opening, but the cozy, colourful space shows major promise.

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Ngon Villa

Combining authentic Vietnamese street food with the elegance of a French villa is the aim of new restaurant Ngon Villa.

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