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Vietnamese cuisine impresses international leaders

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Vietnamese cuisine impresses international leaders

Mr Lee Hsien Loong (nine from the left) with head of manager and staffs of Cho Que restaurant. Photo: My Way Vietnam

Cho Que restaurant the only one to present Vietnamese cuisine to two foreign prime ministers.

by Le Diem

Thanks to a combination of delicate cooking and delicious ingredients from different areas, Vietnamese cuisine nearly always wins over the hearts and stomachs of gastronomes. This is also true of foreign leaders, many of whom have fallen in love with Vietnamese food when visiting the country.

In addition to remarkable achievements in its economy, Vietnam is also known as one of the leading countries for diverse cuisine. CNN has listed “pho” as one of the top must-try dishes and put it among the world’s top 50 delicious dishes. National Geographic also honored “bun cha” (grilled pork with noodles and fish sauce) as the one of top 10 delicious street food in the world.

During his visit to Vietnam in 2000, former US President Bill Clinton spent more than an hour enjoying two bowls of pho. Meanwhile, in 2016, former US President Barack Obama was also happy to enjoy “bun cha” in Hanoi with famed chef the late Anthony Bourdain.

Vietnamese cuisine not only impresses tourists but also politicians, becoming an appealing topic of conversation despite their busy schedules.

Inheriting the mission of bringing Vietnam’s delicate and diverse cuisine to heads of state, in 2016 Cho Que restaurant was proud to serve the Prime Minister of Slovakia, Mr. Robert Fico, a range of traditional food such as fried spring rolls, banana flower salad with steamed Tien Yen chicken, and longan and lotus bean sweet soup, among others.

The Prime Minister of Slovakia enjoys traditional Vietnamese cuisine at Cho Que restaurant. (Photo: My Way Vietnam)

In September last year, the Prime Minister of Singapore, Mr. Lee Hsien Loong, also paid a surprise visit to Cho Que restaurant for dinner when at the World Economic Forum of ASEAN (WEF ASEAN). With an interest in Vietnamese cuisine, the Prime Minister tried traditional food in a familiar and cultured atmosphere. Dinner included delicious spring rolls made from fresh Nha Trang crab, well-known Tien Yen chicken from Quang Ninh province, which were previously dedicated to emperors only, and excellent Phan Thiet half-dried squid.

Fried crab spring rolls served to the Prime Minister of Slovakia. (Photo: My Way Vietnam)

Located in a crowded area of Hanoi, the Cho Que restaurant where the Prime Minister of Singapore enjoyed his dinner features the peaceful atmosphere of a northern village.

Established in 2007, Cho Que restaurant has won millions of hearts of Vietnamese and foreign customers who love Vietnamese food, from its space resembling a peaceful landscape and local ingredients of the countryside to the skills of its talented chefs.

Cho Que restaurant, where the Prime Minister of Singapore enjoyed dinner. (Photo: My Way Vietnam)

Located in the new community of Trung Hoa Nhan Chinh in Hanoi, Cho Que boasts a “village life” concept, resembling the countryside in northern Vietnam. Along with lots of popular signature dishes, the restaurant allows guests to recall their childhood in rural villages with buffaloes, deep wells, and bamboo fences.

With the honor of being the only restaurant to present Vietnamese cuisine to two foreign prime ministers, Cho Que restaurant was, is, and always will be a favorite place of Vietnamese and foreign food lovers from Japan, Korea, Taiwan and Europe.

Cho Que restaurant, in the style of a Vietnamese village. (Photo: My Way Vietnam)

The restaurant is managed by the My Way Vietnam Food & Service JSC, which also owns a number of well-known restaurants and food and beverage outlets, increasing the trust and loyalty of the brand among food lovers.

Has the attraction of Vietnamese cuisine with local and simple food not only spread nationwide but also worldwide as part of an international trend in enjoying the art of cuisine?

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Address: 1, Lane 163, Hoang Ngan St., Trung Hoa Nhan Chinh, Cau Giay District, Hanoi

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