Anthony Bourdain meets with his old friend Linh at Duck Restaurant, a street-side food stall, known for their duck preparation.
13 Nha Chung St., Da Lat City, Vietnam
Linh Phong Monastery Pagoda (vegetarian meal)
Tony visits the Linh Phong Monastery, which is known for serving vegetarian meals made with fresh local ingredients.
Da Lat City, Vietnam
Xoi Yen (Sticky Rice Restaurant)
Xoi Yen is known for serving up a unique blend of sticky rice and pate, the perfect combination to shore up the stomach for a night of drinking.
35 B Nguyen Huu Huan St., Hanoi, Vietnam
Pho Bat Dan (Beef Noodle Soup)
What would a trip to Vietnam be without a sampling of a famous noodle dish? Tony seeks out the Northern Vietnam version in the Old Quarter of Hanoi.
49 Bat Dan, Hanoi, Vietnam
Banh Cuon Gia Truyen Restaurant
Tony samples Banh Cuon, a rice noodle dumpling native to Hanoi.
14 Hang Ga, Hanoi 84 4 38280108
Tu Hai Restaurant
Tony visits Tu Hai, owned by Mr. Hai and Ms. Chung, where the method of picking the best chicken is a little unorthodox.
124/55 Au Co Rd., Hanoi, Vietnam