Best Vietnam Pizza

Published: 06th July 2009
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Within the last decade or so, Vietnam had managed to rehabilitate itself in the eyes of the international community. Prior to that, there had been steps that had been taken in order to bring Vietnam into the future - a future that would improve the quality of life for its people, a future identified by the progress and growth that has become characteristic of Vietnam since its political rehabilitation. One of the upshots of Vietnam's progress is this one particular comfort food: pizza.



There are many people all over the world who are skeptical of the pizza in Vietnam, even if they do have branches of international pizza chains (Pizza Hut is one of those aforementioned pizza chains). To a certain extent, this is quite understandable; it's a well-known fact that may be delicious in one culture would not be so delicious in another culture. In other words, a perfect slice of pizza for an American may not be the perfect slice of pizza for a Vietnamese, and vice-versa. Be that as it may, there is something good to be said about pizza in Vietnam: if anything, these are some of the most adventurous pizzas in terms of toppings that you could possibly encounter.



Love 'em or hate 'em, the Vietnam pizza experience will nevertheless be an adventure for you. There may be some simpler pizza flavors in Vietnam, but more often than not, you will find yourself assaulted by an extravaganza of flavors that the average Westerner would not necessarily have thought of. Apart from the different flavors, pizza restaurants in Vietnam could also come in two basic varieties in terms of crust type: thin crust pizza and pan pizza (sometimes referred to as thick crust pizza). People who are new to pizza in Vietnam are advised to take care when eating the thin crust pizza as the sheer weight of the toppings makes it a wee bit tricky.



All in all, eating pizza in Vietnam is certainly quite an experience. For more information tips on Vietnam pizza visit, http://pizza.vn




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