Travelling To Taste Amazing Experiences Of A Vietnam Culinary Tour

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The country of Vietnam boasts of some wonderful sights, experiences and tourist attractions.
And if you're on one of the Vietnam culinary tours, then you're in luck, because the country boasts of some delicious cuisine, marvellous floating produce markets, superb street food stalls and more. A typical Vietnam cooking tour will take you from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City, letting you experience and sample some true Vietnamese food on the way.

But if you're on one of the Vietnam holiday packages or Vietnam vacation packages, then there is still a way you can experience the wonders of Vietnam food travel by visiting two very different but equally remarkable restaurants that serve some of the most mouth-watering culinary creations.

These two experiences provide a sneak-peek of what's in store for travellers on Vietnam food tours:
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Lunch at the Ly Club in Ho Chi Minh City:

Located in District 3 of Ho Chi Minh City, the colonial Ly Club is one of the best restaurants in town and provides quite a fine dining experience.

With its white walls, elliptical arches, chic furnishing, ornate light fixtures and fine art that adorns the walls, the decor ensures an extremely premium feel that perfectly complements the experience of luxury tours in Vietnam. A fusion of Western and Vietnamese cuisine is available made using classic French techniques and local spices and tropical ingredients.

At the Ly Club, you'll be spoilt for choice, as the restaurant's menu includes both traditional Vietnamese dishes (albeit served in a contemporary style) and European dishes. Top favourites include the pan seared scallops with crunchy black sticky rice, lobster with dragon fruit and tuna with wakame soy-sesame dressing, curry oil and sesame-rice crackers.

Dine At the Streets International Local Initiative in Hoi An:

Streets International is an innovative social enterprise initiative that runs a program to train street children and disadvantaged youth in the culinary arts and hospitality industry.

The Streets Restaurant Cafe run by the local branch of this initiative is located in a charming restored house in Hoi An in the historic Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It serves food inspired by chefs from around the world, including contemporary Vietnamese and international cuisine.

A must-try here is the famous Hoi An Tasting Menu, which allows you to sample various iconic dishes that are unique to Hoi An. Make a reservation in advance for lunch or dinner and enjoy a wonderful authentic meal that will not only taste good but make you feel good too, as all the proceeds of the restaurant go towards supporting this amazing initiative.

Nilofer Asrani loves to travel across countries in search of the perfect experience and considers herself quite a gastronome.

She recently returned from a and in her article she shares information about some of the best you can take for a luxury travel to Vietnam.