Made in Vietnam
Life in Vietnam has been to hand in hand with the French culture. Coriander, rice noodles and Buddhism along with baguettes and Café au lait. In the late 1800s France won the war of China, and Vietnam fell under French control, which resulted in Indochina emergence.
The northern part of the country was called the district Tonkin. The French created a resurgence in the district, increased trade roads and railways as purchasing cities of Tonkin district were connected. The development created a major industry in ceramics, tekstil og te, exported to all verden.Med the newcomers trade and production, flourished Tonkin district, and it created a vibrant urban life in the purchasing cities - especially in the district's hub Hanoi. The narrow shopping streets buzzed with life in the Indochinese city. Ceramics dealers and artists stood right next to the food stalls, selling everything from baguettes for spring, and all fought on the merchant's attention.
The raw industrial estates merged with French elegance, has made Tonkin district a unique experience. Tonkin is, with its blend of the hard-working life in the pottery factories, Vietnamese countryside idyll and French architecture, a splendid example of the Indo-Chinese culture, which spread down through contemporary Vietnam.District Tonkin recreates, i et levende miljø på vores restauranter, the pulsating atmosphere of the historic Hanoi, where the raw industrial environment and authentic Vietnamese food is combined in one store - it has never been easier to take a trip to Vietnam.