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    Phuong Nam Restaurant: Phuong Nam, excellent Vietnamese food in Can Tho

    by xuyentnm Written Nov 28, 2013

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    I and my husband travel to Can Tho, we stayed here 3 days, we ate some restaurant in Can Tho, but Phuong Nam is the best, we tried snake with satay and crocodile steak, excellent.

    Favorite Dish: snake meat is very delicious, it look like chicken but it more tastier than any meat i have ever eaten

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  • NEWDELHI INDIAN FOOD: Authentic indian food in Can Tho

    by ravi75 Written Oct 25, 2012

    just visited a newly opened and only indian restaurant in Cantho. Not well interior, not main location, not well advertised, got to know from a indian guy there. I was on 3rd day from their opening.. food ws cooked by indian cheff, and they told me, they have Tandoor, for making nan bread. service was good and restaurant was cleaned. They also have branch in thailand.

    Favorite Dish: i ordered chicken tikka masala, safforon rice and garlic nan. Food was realy fantastic. nan wss awesome. Hard to find siuch food even in saigon

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  • NEWDELHI INDIAN FOOD: Authentic indian food in Can Tho

    by ravi75 Updated Oct 25, 2012

    just visited a newly opened and only indian restaurant in Cantho. Not well interior, not main location, not well advertised, got to know from a indian guy there. I was on 3rd day from their opening.. food ws cooked by indian cheff, and they told me, they have Tandoor, for making nan bread. service was good and restaurant was cleaned. They also have branch in thailand.

    Favorite Dish: i ordered chicken tikka masala, safforon rice and garlic nan. Food was realy fantastic. nan wss awesome. Hard to find siuch food even in saigon.

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  • the big boat at ninh kieu: boat restaurant

    by chunk38 Written Dec 3, 2011

    super big festively lit restaurant boat.

    Typical VN river entertainment boat thing

    it goes out and then hang out somewhere in the river, you can take small boat back to shore if you don't want to spend too much time out on the water after dinner

    Has a series of semi-pro singers.

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  • GONY spa cafe lounge: Try this new spa and restaurant!

    by joshdavid Written Jun 17, 2011

    just got back to the US after a trip to Can Tho Viet nam for a business trip. I bumped into a new spa and restaurant in Can Tho named GONY spa cafe and lounge on Nguyen An Ninh street. I was really tired after a whole day of work so I stopped the spa to get some professional spa treatments. The service was excellent and very professional. I love the relaxing atmostphere and unique decoration of the place. After a nice massage and sauna, I went downstairs for a dinner. The food was delicious. I order a pizza and a cup of coffee (they call cafe GONY). In short, I had a wonderful time there both spa time and dinner. Definitely will come back and recommend to everyone who travels to Can Tho.

    Favorite Dish: Pizza, coffee

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    Banh Cong Nguyen Trai: Banh Cong - Soup Laddle shaped cake

    by locbuuloc Written Apr 18, 2008

    Main ingredient of the cake is rice flour (combine with completely ground green bean), meat, and 2 -3 fried little shrimps put on surface. The cake is spongy but brittle with mouth-watering colour as required. The cake is enjoyed with some raw vegetables and fish sauce, chilly, and garlic.

    Favorite Dish: One of the most authentic banh cong restaurant in Can Tho

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    Thanh Van: Grilled Meat Roll (Nem Nuong) Thanh Van

    by locbuuloc Updated Apr 18, 2008

    This dish is made in Thanh Van restaurant that has been famous since 1975 forward. The dish is processed meticulously. The fresh meat is crushed in stone mortar, then mixed with spices and grilled on wood-embers. Eat this dish with steamed rolls made of rice-flour or rice vermicelli, and various vegetables, and so on. The restaurant is crowded with table companion in both normal days and holidays.

    Favorite Dish: Taste so good

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    will be updated: Rice Pancake with Asian Salad and Dipping Sauce

    by locbuuloc Written Apr 17, 2008
    Combination of crispy and soft texture

    Ingredient making the cake is rice flour, coconut quintessence, saffron, shrimp, meat, and so on. Eater can enjoy the cake with some vegetables such as salad, colza, etc., and fish sauce with chilly and garlic. Should enjoy this cake with hand to feel fully its taste of sour, hot, and sweet.

    Favorite Dish: Evrything in one

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    Nam Bo: Nice food, nice view

    by hydronetta Written Apr 11, 2007
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    Enjoying a nice setting along the Can Tho River waterfront, overlooking the market and a small square with a huge Ho Chi Minh statue, this 2 storey restaurant was recommended warmly by Rough Guide. And it indeed proved to be an excellent choice. Try to get a table at the narrow balcony for nice views.
    The restaurant is housed in a restored French villa and the ambience is nice. Food (both local and western) was great, tasteful and not expensive (around 2-3€ per dish). Recommended.

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    Restaurant 31: "A Sort of Soup..."

    by bomobob Written Feb 26, 2007

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    It doesn't look like much from the outside, and indeed, the inside won't win any decorating awards, but that's not what it's all about.
    This little place has all the standard local fare, and is usually full of groups of locals eating and drinking merrily, but buried in the menu is a mind-blowing treat.
    "A sort of chicken soup"
    "A sort of shrimp soup"
    Of course the curious English was enough to persuade one to order the soup.
    It was sensational. Vietnamese hot and sour soup, with the perfect balance of tamarind, chili, and lemongrass. The single best soup I have ever tasted anywhere, any time, in any life. Every spoonful was sublime.
    If you're in Can Tho, do not miss this soup.

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    Nem Nuong Than Van: one last taste of Vietnam

    by richiecdisc Written Feb 16, 2005

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    When you do a group tour into the Mekong Delta, many of your meals will be pre-determined, some even included in the price of the tour. But when you can, it’s nice to break from your group and find your own little local restaurants. Our group was being horded off to a tourist restaurant that served up many local delicacies like snake and rat meat. It is very true that these edibles are much sought after by locals and certainly an interesting diversion for those wanting to try them. From what a friend of ours told us, it was fun! But generally these items are beyond the means of most locals and would be reserved for very special occasions.

    Favorite Dish: Since it was one of our last meals in Vietnam, we opted for trying to find something more down to earth and local. I asked at the hotel reception and found out there was a place not far from the hotel that served grilled items like pork in various incarnations. We sought out bun thit nuong, a grilled pork over rice vermicelli and found it and something quite similar, in which the fillings were wrapped up in sheer rice paper, in make shift spring rolls. The place was packed with locals and they only stopped briefly to inspect the ragamuffins that dropped into their unsuspecting paradise. We ordered quickly from their convenient photo menu. The bun thit nuong was fantastic and huge for 8000 dong (fifty cents), and the wraps were incredibly stuffing for 11000 dong.

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    TRUNG LUONG restaurant: Don't Miss the Rice Bowling Ball

    by galy Updated Jul 10, 2003

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    sticky rice bowling ball

    There speciality is "Sticking rice bowling ball" with chicken. Half of the fun is to see how its done. The cook take a spoon full of this sticky rice mixture and put ir in a huge wok with hot oil. the ball of rice starts to grow while the cook keeps rolling it in the hot oil. When it reaches the size of a bowling ball he takes it out and straight to your table. There they cut it with scissors and devid it between the guests.

    Favorite Dish: "Sticking rice bowling ball

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    Tam Bo: Great service

    by Andrew_Mc Written Oct 21, 2002

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    In Can Tho we ate a restaurant called Tam Bo and the food there was fantastic – thoroughly recommendedas was the service from our waiter, Tai, who was very friendly – if you eat here, sit upstairs on the balcony.

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    Very popular all over the Mekong Delta: Elephant Ear Fish - a delicacy

    by galy Updated Jul 10, 2003

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    Elephant eear fish

    We ate in in an Orchard that provide food and backpackers accomodation as well, but you can find it in every restaurant in the area

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