A Visual Feast

April 15, 2010

I am paralyzed by all that I want to say and write about SE Asia.  So for the time being…some pix.

First meal in Saigon: shellfish late-night, in a residential neighborhood:

Food on the move in Bangkok:

Lots of good mango:

Roast duck and dim sum at BKK airport:

Crab soup in Hanoi:

Sidewalk cafes spilling into the cathedral’s yard:

A Hanoi food stall:

Banana flower salad from Hwy. 4:

Herb-roasted duck, fried basil leaves, and the best buns ever:

Escargot noodles:

Family dinner in Saigon:

Close up of food (notice all the sauces):

A Saigon drink stand with pickled-fruit drinks.  Iced coffee being made:

Dim sum at the Legend:

Diners provide their own instruments & music in Saigon restaurants

Last meal in Saigon at a local restaurant.  Open-air space, overlooking a huge roundabout:

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2 Responses to “A Visual Feast”

  1. Landa Looming Says:

    Gorgeous food! Give me some names of places to eat in Bangkok.

  2. Gerald Figal Says:

    Stop it already! I’m salivating (yes, I’m actually salivating, like a dog).


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