Vietnam Central Highlands

Anthony Bourdain travels back to his favorite place on Earth -- Vietnam. This time to check out Vietnam's Central Highlands.

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Duck Restaurant

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

 
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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

 
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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

 
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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

 
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Banh Cuon Gia Truyen Restaurant

Tony samples Banh Cuon, a rice noodle dumpling native to Hanoi.

14 Hang Ga, Hanoi 84 4 38280108

 
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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

 

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