Social distancing measures put in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic have left many people trying to remember what it was like when life was normal. Bánh khúc (cudweed) cake, a must-try dish in Hanoi. Photo tintucvietnam.vn For me, and perhaps everyone else, one of the things I have missed the most is food. Only recently I was at the junction of Nguyen Thai Hoc and Le Duan when I recognised a little shop that just two months ago was full of customers, including myself. Inside the shop, you can see a picture of national coach Park Hang Seo and his team hanging on the wall. In the photo, a woman is serving food to players, including stars Ha Duc Chinh and Quang Hai. That woman is Nguyen Thi Lan, one of the most, if not the most famous, cudweed cake chefs in Hanoi. Mrs Lan serves her tasty bánh khúc for customers. Photo baomoi.com And the Vietnam football team are not her only famous customers. “The most memorable for me was the Trump-Kim summit early last year in Hanoi, when my cudweed cakes were served to reporters who attended the summit.” “The Prime Minister himself chose my dish, first, because the food was fresh and clean, and second, because it… Read full this story
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