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Hanoi will be the host Canadian food festival

The Canadian Food Festival will hold during the whole of July in Hanoi to celebrate the country’s National Day (July 1, 1867-July 1, 2012).

The festival will kick off in Hai Cang restaurant on June 30 and be held from July 1-31 at many restaurants in Hanoi , including Don’s Tay Ho, Asahi Sushi , Nam Phuong, San Ho, Dep, Thien Phuc Quan and in the InterContinental Hanoi Westlake Hotel.

During the festival, connoisseurs in Vietnam will have chance to sample Canadian dishes which are made from beef, lobster, oyster, scallop and other specialties.

Ms Deborah Chatsis, the Canadian Ambassador to Vietnam, said that she hopes Vietnamese organizations and consumers will see Canada as a leading food supplier.

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