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Foreign leaders enjoy Vietnamese food
  • | | February 26, 2019 03:14 PM
Leaders of foreign countries have enjoyed Vietnamese food during their trips to the country.

Former US President Bill Clinton and his wife and daughter took a bowl of soup at a restaurant in HCM City on his visit to Vietnam in 2000 (photo by Tripadvisor)

During the stay in Vietnam, Clinton also popped in for lunch at KOTO Restaurant in Hanoi where specialised in providing free training for street children (photo provided by the restaurant)

In a tour to Vietnam in 2006, former US President George W. Bush and his wife dined with former Australian Prime Minister John Howard and his wife at Tib Restaurant in HCM City. the menu included many Vietnamese traditional dishes such as egg rolls and sweet lotus seed gruel (photo by Getty)

In 2015, Speaker of Swedish Parliament Urban Ahlin ate the Vietnamese traditional dish of Bun Cha in Hanoi (photo by An Binh)

Britain’s Duke of Cambridge, Prince William drank coffee at the Hanoi Old Quarters in his first visit to Vietnam in November 2016 (photo by An Binh)


On his trip to Vietnam in 2016, former US President Barack Obama enjoyed Bun Cha at a Hanoi restaurant. He bought some packs of green sticky rice flakes in Me Tri area (photo by Athonybourdain Istagram and AFP).

Former French President Francois Hollande drank the Hanoi Old Quarter’s coffee in his trip to Vietnam in 2016 (photo by Huu Nghi) 

Meanwhile, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau drank coffee at a street pub when coming to Vietnam in 2017 (photo by Global News) 

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull enjoyed bread at a street restaurant in Danang in 2017 (photo by the Australian Embassy in Vietnam) 

In March 2018, South Korean President Moon Jae-in and his wife ate beef noodle soup in Hanoi.

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