Vietnam’s culinary specialties on offer for journalists at DPRK-USA summit in Hanoi

Tuesday, 2019-02-26 20:48:04
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From February 25 to March 1, the cafeteria of the summit’s international media centre opens 24/24 to serve journalists and reporters at home and abroad.
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NDO - Hundreds of popular dishes of Vietnam and Hanoi in particular, such as ‘pho’ (noodle soup), ‘bun thang’ (rice vermicelli with chicken, egg and pork), and ‘xoi xeo’ (savoury sticky rice), are being served to journalists at home and abroad, who are in Hanoi to cover the DPRK-USA Summit 2019.

The flavours on offer include a range of signature Vietnamese dishes, including ‘pho’, ‘nem’ (spring rolls), and ‘gio cha’ (Vietnamese sausages).

The delicious dishes are served hot on the buffet table.

‘Pho’, an iconic dish of Vietnam, is one of the journalists’ favourite dishes

Eye-catching take-out meals are prepared for journalists

Both Western and Eastern food is served for free at the cafeteria

There is a space dedicated to promoting the essence of Hanoi cuisine.

A colorful bowl of ‘bun thang’ (rive vermicelli with chicken, eggs, onions and pork) – a must-try delicacy in Hanoi.

Journalists from the Republic of Korea enjoy their lunches at the cafeteria.

Photo: DUY LINH