Camille is a freelance ghost blog and web content writer. She's also a musician and an "Autoimmunee". She loves learning and sharing about how to live life with positive energy and meaning.
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Published October 10th 2015
A taste of Vietnam in the Philippines
Ever since our trip earlier this year to Vietnam, my family and I could not forget the unique flavours that Vietnamese cuisine offers. Haunted by the lightness and freshness of every meal we had, we couldn't help but find ourselves constantly craving and wishing to go back, or at least find a restaurant nearby us that could let us have again the authentic experience to taste their food again. After going to several Vietnamese restaurants since our trip, nothing really measured up.
Located in the every busy Makati, it can be easy to overlook this wonderful restaurant. We sampled several dishes of their menu and like in Vietnam, family sharing is encouraged. Every dish is absolutely delicious and true to Vietnamese cuisine that you feel as if you are transported back to the beautiful country (minus the flights and all that).
The amount that we have to pay for the dishes may be higher than what you will find in Vietnam but that is the price of having an authentic meal outside of the country where the particular cuisine originated. Comparing to other restaurants here in Makati, Ba Noi's is still affordable and the price is great justified by the quality of the food and the taste. You need only visit here to satisfy your cravings, and leave full but far from bloated.