Vietnamese Drink

Bia Hoi Hanoi (fresh beer)

Hanoi has been named one of the cheapest and best places to drink fresh beer in Asia by travel guides and journalists, thanks to its lively drinking culture. Many tourists look forward to the chance to join local Hanoians and enjoy the city’s famous Bia Hoi (fresh beer) – a light-bodied pilsner without preservatives that is

Sai Gon beer

SABECO beer producer has factories in every part of Vietnam; however, it is more preferred in the South and Centre Vietnam market than the Northern market. The major products of this producer is bottled beer, however canned beer brand “333” is also popular with a reasonable price. The bottled beer product line of SABECO includes some

Vietnamese wine

With the easing of government restrictions, both commercial and cultural, the past ten years have seen a welcome increase in wine importing and awareness. You can now find a good quality Bordeaux in most upscale and many mid-range restaurants or chic wine bars and shops in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Nevertheless, while international wines are making

Ice Lemon Tea

Spending VND10,000 (US$0.48) for a cup of ice lemon tea, taking a canvas or a plastic chair and talking from 7pm to 11pm: that’s what hundreds local youths have done over the last two months in the area. The drinks were first sold at some small street coffee shops and then spread widely in Hanoi

Green tea- Trà xanh

In Vietnam, tea is said to appear in almost every social activities: from wedding, birthday to anniversary and ritual ceremonies. A cup of hot tea in the early morning after breakfast, some iced tea at “quán cóc” – the roadside-make-shift shop while waiting for a friend, or a whole day chilling out in a teahouse; that is