Category: Sapa Cuisine

Barbecue Restaurants

Nature View And Barbecue Restaurants

Nature View Address: 51 Fansipan Street We’re not sure if this is owned by the same family as Nature Bar and Grill, but it certainly has a similar ambiance and menu. While Nature Bar and Grill is a good spot for a cosy evening meal, this is the place to go during the day for amazing […]

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Fructus Crataegi fruit

Unique Sapa Fructus Crataegi Wine

Fructus Crataegi wine is unique wine of Sapa, Lao Cai. Fructus Crataegi is soaked very carefully and then they use this water from Fructus Crataegi to make wine. Drinking wine feel like drinking carbonated soft drinks. In Sapa, Fuctus Crataegi grows on the Hoang Lien Son range. It is the natural gift that the heaven […]

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The Red Dragon Pub

Address: 21 Muong Hoa, Sapa, Vietnam The cadence of life in Sapa, a mountainous area, is very different from busy cities. Local people go to bed early for tomorrow morning loads of work. And in quiet night, expats gather at one place which can certainly make them feel like at home: the Red Dragon Pub. […]

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Khang Gai Dried Meat

Sapa Khang Gai Dried Meat And Pau Play Day Cake

Khang Gai Dried Meat The meat of horses, pigs are usually hung up by the Hmong , Sapa, Lao Cai. These meat will be chopped into pieces about 2-3 kilograms and hung up in order to store. When eating meat, they will clean dust and cook with tomatoes, bamboo shoots… Dried meat is fleshy, fragrant and […]

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The Hill Station

The Hill Station

Address: 7 Muong Hoa, Sapa, Vietnam Sapa hasn’t changed much over the last few years, but one new addition that stands out is The Hill Station. Located near the junction of Cau May and Muong Hoa Road, it’s in the thick of things, but provides a cosy respite from the streets and hawkers outside. Set […]

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Sapa grilled food

Grilled Food In Sapa

On chilly evenings in the northwest, there is nothing like sitting down on Sapa’s grilled-food street with a bowl of strong Bac Ha wine and a plate of fragrant grilled food. The 100-meter stretch of grills known as Ham Rong Street is behind an old stone church near the backpackers’ quarter. The stalls open at […]

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Hill Station Signature Restaurant

Hill Station Signature Restaurant

Address: 37 Fansipan Street,  Sapa, Vietnam From the people who brought you the Hill Station comes the the Hill Station Signature Restaurant. Located round the corner on Fansipan, this new opening is well worth checking out. It’s a truly beautiful setting, with fantastic valley views, the menu is innovative and the wine list wide enough to […]

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Thang co Sapa

Taste Thang Co Of Sapa

“Thang co” is one of the most famous dishes of the Hmong in the northwest of Vietnam. “Thang co” usually use for festival or special day. On the weekend, it is sold at the fair. Its name means a pot of soup which includes meat, organs of horse, vegetables and special kinds of spices. Today, […]

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Sapa 'Cap nach' pigs

Cap Nach Pigs In Sapa

At the fair of Lao Cai, you can easily see local people selling small pigs whose weight is less than 20kg so that people can put into the baskets, even put in the armpits. “Cap nach” pigs are special food of Sapa. They are not locked up but they had to find food by themselves. […]

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The Village Noshery

The Village Noshery

A new Sapa dining opening worth checking out in Sapa is The Village Noshery, which offers great coffee and Vietnamese and Western dishes in eclectic, interesting surrounds. The Village Noshery opened in mid-2012 on Cau May Street and its spacious downstairs area is inviting and stylish, decorated in similar style to the Hmong Mountain Retreat […]

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