Hoi an – Reaching out tea house

Hoi an has got varieties of tea and coffee houses, however this one offers a unique experience. When you come in through the door, you are welcome with a calm and quiet atmosphere. The furniture is made of dark wood and filled with art crafts. The tea house is served by hearing impaired hence visitors…

Hue – Bun bo

Hmmm I think Bun bo Hue might be my favorite Vietnamese food, I’m actually not sure why Pho is the more famous noodle soup dish. Bun bo Hue is so much richer in flavor and ingredients. Who knows the answer for this? We tried Bun bo at the hotel first time, the flavor is definitely…

Ho Chi Minh – Ben thanh street food market

Ben thanh street food market offers varieties of Vietnamese food from different regions plus some more from other South East Asian countries. The 2 days we were there they had live music between 8-10pm, this really adds to the experience. Love the singer, she sang both western and vietnamese songs with her own twist.

Hoi an – street food

Hoi an is an atmospheric ancient town, amazing to see difference between night and day. At night the city center is lit up by hundreds of lanterns. It offers varieties of food from street food to cute restaurants. Away from its ancient looks, these hang out places are quite modern in concept. Their concept often…

Japanese Matcha

My love for matcha has grown unreasonable the last 5 years and I’m not quite sure if it’s because of the rarity to find one in Europe or followed by a trend. However I agree this is somehow an acquired taste. I believe the reason we don’t find this so much even in a modern…