Ba Dinh, FOOD ~ Hanoi

Sakana-ya – Not only Fish?

In the quest of finding affordable place to have sushi/sashimi in Hanoi, a Japanese friend suggested that buying them at a store will be cheaper, and many Japanese do that too. Actually, I did it before with Akuruhi store in Linh Lang street but I was unsatisfied with the quality. I realized because Akuruhi is… Continue reading Sakana-ya – Not only Fish?

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Japanese bakery’s new Vegan Curry Bread is awesome enough to please even carnivores【Taste test】 — SoraNews24

Looking for a quick, take-out vegan meal option in Japan? Here’s a new twist on a Japanese bakery favorite. Compared to most Western countries, Japan doesn’t eat much meat. That’s not to say that the country doesn’t eat meat often, though, as you’ll find at least a bit of beef, chicken, pork or fish in most…… Continue reading Japanese bakery’s new Vegan Curry Bread is awesome enough to please even carnivores【Taste test】 — SoraNews24

Ba Dinh, Bài Viết Tiếng Việt, FOOD ~ Hanoi, Hai Ba Trung

Ramen và Bún Chả

Bài viết tiếng Anh / English article Mình luôn cảm thấy khá tội lỗi vì sự lười biếng viết lách của bản thân. Tuần trước, mình bắt đầu suy nghĩ về ý tưởng sự đa dạng của ẩm thực các nước tại Hà Nội, bằng một series các nhà hàng/món ăn nước ngoài vs. nhà… Continue reading Ramen và Bún Chả

Ba Dinh, FOOD ~ Hanoi, Hai Ba Trung

Ramen vs. Bun Cha

Vietnamese article / Bài viết tiếng Việt I always feel guilty about my laziness in writing to share my food journey. Last week, I started thinking about an idea of showing food culture diversity in Hanoi, by a series of Non-Vietnamese dish/restaurant vs. Vietnamese dish/restaurant. I choose them randomly, without idea of comparing, however, two… Continue reading Ramen vs. Bun Cha

FOOD BOX, Food Infographic, Others

A Visual Guide to Eating Sushi in Japan

In Japan, sushi is more than a delicious meal—it’s a revered art form. If your definition of the delicacy is California rolls with soy sauce and "wasabi" (a.k.a. horseradish and food dye), take a look at this visual guide below, from Japanese hotel Swissotel Nankai in Osaka. The helpful infographic was created for guests unfamiliar… Continue reading A Visual Guide to Eating Sushi in Japan

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How to make sushi that looks like real-life swimming koi fish【Video】

With detail instruction by pictures in the source. Check it out! 🙂 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIqMp-erjvg Have you ever wanted to make sushi that looks just like a swimming fish? This video shows how to make the stunning dish in your very own kitchen! Source: How to make sushi that looks like real-life swimming koi fish【Video】

FOOD BOX

Chopsticks and their ‘Commandments’

There are more than fifty different types of Japanese chopsticks (hashi or ohashi). In contrast to Chinese chopsticks, they are pointed at the end which holds the food. Some are made from bamboo or soft, pale wood, others from elegant ebony, and still others from different metals. Many can be reused in the home, but… Continue reading Chopsticks and their ‘Commandments’

FOOD ~ Hanoi, Hoan Kiem

Kappo Mistuno – Small in Size but Big on Taste [CLOSED]

Vui lòng kéo xuống phía dưới để xem tiếng Việt For the first time, I felt the need of dillydallying in sharing an eating experience with you guys. Well, I'm a good person so I still write this post, LOL 😀 😀 😀 Kappo Mitsuno is one of smallest Japanese restaurants I have tried in… Continue reading Kappo Mistuno – Small in Size but Big on Taste [CLOSED]

FOOD BOX, Food Infographic

[Infographic] History of Sushi

Sushi is an well-known icon of Japanese food, an inseparable part of Japanese culture. Have you ever wondered about its history? The infographic below will help you to understand briefly about its story from the beginning, and the influence of foreign countries on sushi. It is surprised to know that first invention of sushi-like was… Continue reading [Infographic] History of Sushi

FOOD ~ Hanoi, Tu Liem

Yumi ~ You & Me [CLOSED]

Vui lòng kéo xuống phía dưới để xem tiếng Việt. Bài viết khá dài, cảm ơn trước vì mọi người sẽ đọc, hjhj The Restaurant Following a group of friends, I had dinner at a hidden restaurant called Yumi. I said "hidden" because it was quite difficult to find in the first time (You can… Continue reading Yumi ~ You & Me [CLOSED]