Sapa Cuisine

Sapa food – tasty and cheap

Sapa food – tasty and cheap

Sapa food is quite attractive with any visitor when coming here. We started with the stir-fried vegetable of the day. Which ended up being cabbage. Ehhh. But what should I have expected for 10,000 VND (less than $1)? The rice was also typical of what we had in Vietnam, unpolished, off-white, with little gritty bits […] Read more
I was happy to enjoy Sapa food

I was happy to enjoy Sapa food

I was happy to enjoy Sapa food. The meat had a good beefy flavor, and was much better than I thought it would be. The place was called Drop & Drop Restaurant. We walked in and had a seat. When it came to ordering, my friend still wanted more vegetables. So we started with the […] Read more
Sapa cuisine in Vietnam

Sapa cuisine in Vietnam

Sapa cuisine mirrors the country’s cultural and ethnic diversity, so that one should talk about Sapa cuisines, in the plural. This cuisine is the oldest, and consists mainly of soups, stews and grilled foods. Its main characteristic is the systematic use of fresh, light products, mainly tropical or temperate fruit and vegetables. It offers a […] Read more
Sapa cuisine- favourite specialties

Sapa cuisine- favourite specialties

Sapa has a lots of specialties which are very attractive with visitors. Boiled chayote squash Boiled chayote squash is a popular local dish in Sapa. Traditionally it is served with roasted and crushed sesame and salt used to lightly dip the pieces into. To fully enjoy the flavor of the chayote, it must be cooked […] Read more
Sapa specialities

Sapa specialities

Not only famous for its natural beauty and landscapes, cool and fresh air, Sapa is best known for specialities that have attracted more and more tourists. Sapa is home to sub-tropical vegetables: white cauliflower, reb beet, chayote… Boiled chayote consumed with sesame is a must to enjoy for visitors. Remember, it should be eaten while […] Read more
Seven color steamed glutious rice of Nung Din people

Seven color steamed glutious rice of Nung Din people.

Seven color steamed glutious rice of  Nung Din people. Annually, after the fifteenth   day of lunar month, Giay people in Sapa operate their special festival. In this festival, people cook the seven color steamed glutinous rice to present to their ancestors, their argircutal deities to wish a comfortable life, an abuntdant harvet. Legend has it […] Read more
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