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The drink is made by beating egg yolks with sugar and coffee, then extracting the coffee into the half of the cup, followed by a similar amount of egg cream, which is prepared by heating and beating the yolks

Egg coffee is contained in a small cup. To keep the drink warm, the waiter puts a cup of coffee in a bowl of warm water. After being poured over the cream made from eggs, the coffee at the bottom of the cup acquires a richer taste. In the past, eggs were just hand-beaten, so it took time and the foam of the eggs could not be achieved. Now, after the eggs have been smoothed with the machine

Vietnamese black glutinous rice and yogurt pudding is one of the best desserts to beat the heat in the summer in Vietnam. The yogurt combining with the soft-chewy black sticky rice is rich in protein, antioxidants,...

Black glutinous rice which is considered as “forbidden rice” is the soul of this pudding. Black rice has a nutty flavor with a slightly sweet tinge to it. The rice is rich in protein, carbohydrate, lipid, fiber, etc. which are good for blood and heart.  Black glutinous rice retains its bran cover which is rich in nutrients including anti-cancer properties, vitamin E and vitamin B which are good for skin.

"Cha Ca La Vong" is served in Halal style at Kampung Pandan restaurant, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. This is the best famous dish for over a hundred years of the capital city

The spiced fish pieces are grilled on charcoal until both sides are almost cooked. After that, the fish is put into a frying pan with hot oil, together with dill and sping onion for a short time "Cha Ca La Vong" must be served while hot with rice vermicelli, fried peanuts and shrimp pate (mắm tôm) mixed with lime juice. The grilled fish pieces are tasty, fresh and fatty. 

Roti Canai is an all-time Malaysian favourite that is best eaten piping hot with any of your favourite curry. Kampung Pandan is the only halal restaurant serves Fresh Roti Canai in Vietnam

Roti canai or roti pratha is a flatbread with Indian origins and is extremely loved in countries like Malaysia and Singapore. Usually eaten with dhal, fish or chicken curry, roti canai is sometimes served sweet with condensed milk, banana or even chocolate cream.