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Best cuisine artisans serve Hanoi specialties to foreign reporters during N.Korea – US summit

Updated at Thursday, 28 Feb 2019, 07:11
The Hanoitimes - In addition to 40 European and Asian-styled dishes, the cafeteria at the International Media Center (IMC) offers nine specialty of Hanoi for free.
Hanoi’s authorities have invited the city’s best cuisine artisans to serve their specialties to foreign reporters at the cafeteria of the IMC during the second North Korea – US summit this week. 

In addition to 40 European and Asian-styled dishes, the cafeteria offers nine specialties of Hanoi for free, including pho Thin (Thin noodles served with beef), bun thang (noodles with chicken broth), bun cha (noodles with grilled meat), xoi Phu Thuong (Phu Thuong sticky rice), banh khuc (cake made of sticky rice mixed with everlasting gnaphalium leaves), gio cha Uoc Le (Uoc Le pork paste), cha com Me Tri (Me Tri fried meat mixed with green sticky rice), che sen Tay Ho (Tay Ho’s lotus seed sweet soup), and cafe trung Giang (Giang egg coffee).
 
The IMC’s cafeteria – located in Viet Xo Friendship Cultural Labor Palace, is able to serve more than 3,000 foreign and local reporters.
The IMC’s cafeteria – located at the Friendship Cultural Palace - is able to serve more than 3,000 foreign and local reporters.
 
Nearby the cafeteria is Hanoi’s food court offering nine specialty of the capital for free.
Nearby the cafeteria is Hanoi’s food court offering nine specialties of the capital for free.
“bun thang” has been top choice for many foreign reporters. Ta Hoang Yen – an artisan making the dish, said with the huge number of reporters, nearly 70 kilograms of noodles have been consumed every day.
Bun thang has been a top choice for many foreign reporters. Ta Hoang Yen – an artisan making the dish, said with the huge number of reporters, nearly 70 kilograms of noodles have been consumed every day.
“I am proud of being able to serve this dish to reporters, everyone seems happy when enjoying my food,” Yen added.
“I am proud of being able to serve this dish to reporters, everyone seems happy when enjoying my food,” Yen added.
In addition to “bun thang”, “pho Thin” has also been a favorite for many.
In addition to “bun thang”, “pho Thin” has also been a favorite for many.
Reporters queuing for “pho Thin”.
Reporters queuing for “pho Thin”.

 
“xoi Phu Thuong” made an impression with foreign reporters due to its colorful appearance and its unique taste.
“Xoi Phu Thuong” made an impression with foreign reporters due to its colorful appearance and its unique taste.
A North Korean reporter is waiting for his “bun cha”.
A North Korean reporter is waiting to be served “bun cha”.
“I want foreign reporters to taste Hanoi’s traditional food, so that they will remember it,” said Nguyen Thi Lan – an artisan making “banh khuc”.
“I want foreign reporters to taste Hanoi’s traditional food, so that they will remember it,” said Nguyen Thi Lan – an artisan making “banh khuc”.
Every day, Lan makes nearly 1,000 “banh khuc” to serve reporters.
Every day, Lan makes nearly 1,000 “banh khuc” to serve reporters.
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