National cuisine often becomes an innocent victim of war and, here in Vietnam, food has always been more than just a source of food. Thanks to its Chinese and French cultural heritage, a society that is very brave and obsessed with its cuisine has developed here. The cuisine of Vietnam is fresh, multifaceted and full of local flavor. Very exciting and full of fragrances. It has absorbed the traits of many cultures.
A typical Vietnamese eatery is a pair of chairs and tables. In Vietnamese cuisine, I like the most that in one bite you get a thousand different tastes at once. Tastes here are rich and superbly refreshing, especially considering that the outside is hot and 100% humid. The secret is to find a balance between crispy and soft, salty and sweet. That's why all these different flavors and textures are so perfectly combined.