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Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Where you eat in Sapa:
Restaurants and your reviews

See the locations on Sapa Restaurants Google Map

Follow the locals has always been the way of this blogwriter. So you should try the food stalls along Pham Xuan Huan. Here you get pho and rice, barbecued meat and rice wine.

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Restaurants in Sapa:

Baguette & Chocolat: Thac Bac. Part of the Hoa Sua School, that trains disadvantaged children in hospitality. Excellent sweets, good breakfasts, salads, pastas and Vietnamese dishes. Also the teas (ginger, lemongrass) get good reviews on tripadvisor.com.

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Delta Restaurant: 33 Cau May Street. "Renowned for its pizzas, which are the most authentic in town, though the pasta is pretty decent too", notes lonelyplanet.com. Good reviews on tripadvisor.com.


Gerbera Restaurant: 04B Thac bac Street. Delicious vietnamese meals, for example hotpots, according to tripadvisor.com.

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Red Dao House Restaurant: Thac Bac Street. In a traditional wooden house on stilts. Vietnamese and Western cuisine. Very good reviews on tripadvisor.com.

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Red Dao House

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Pumpkin soup

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Funny menu card, but not a culinary desert


Sapa Coffee Corner: 20 Pham Xuan Huan. Long tables with chairs create a community spirit.

Sapa O'Chau Cafe: 8 Thac Bac Street. Information centre about Sapa O'Chau Project. With the help of four Australian tourists, Shu Tan, a young, single mother from the Black Hmong tribe, was able to open the first Hmong owned homestay in Sapa and supported Shu to establish a socially conscious trekking sevice. Sapa O’Chau put the money earned back into the community through projects such as providing winter clothes to children and improvements to the village schools. Later Shu organized informal English night classes for young tour guides. Today Sapa O’Chau has over 70 students (35 of which live at the Centre) and runs classes in English and Vietnamese literacy, vocational training, traditional song & dance and arts and crafts. In addition Sapa O'Chau provides support for students and their families so that they do not have to return to street-selling for income. Read more.


Sapa Rooms: Vegetarian, Vietnamese, Organic cuisine and Winery. Very good reviews on tripadvisor.com, be it for roast pumpkin soup, banana flower salad with grilled chicken, pork in fresh coconut in a claypot served with steamed rice or juices with names like summer morning, spring boost and sapa special.


The French Bakery: 46 Cau May Street. Excellent patisseries.


The Hill Station: 07 Muong Hoa Street. This restaurant gets good notes for wine, ham, cheese and sandwiches on tripadvisor.com.


Viet Emotion: 27 Cau May. Pancakes, Pizza, Tapas, Asian Food, books and magazines. Good reviews on tripadvisor.com.


More restaurants in Sapa:
vietnamonline.com
lonelyplanet.com
travelfish.org
www.sapalaocai.com
frommers.com


Learn first about Sapa: Sapa Impressions

Where to stay in Sapa: Hotels and Guesthouses in Sapa and reviews of guests

Where to go from Sapa: Discoveries around Sapa


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