A ‘Ban’ restaurant showcases ethnic culture via authentic Vietnamese mountain food

Publication date 04 January 2022 | 21:38 | ICT

On my travels to Vietnam’s northern mountainous provinces in previous years, I have been lucky enough to sample different dishes of different ethnic groups – some that I had never tried, some strange, and some fantastic for their

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