We catch up with Sonny as the American YouTuber is now firmly established in Saigon with his Best Ever Food reviews Show.

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As the channel has evolved, we"ve focused on incorporating more storytelling.Instead of going khổng lồ a restaurant to feature a single dish, we’re more focused on making meaningful connections between the foods we try and the culture each dish represents. We seek out interesting people or foods that have a story behind them, diving deeper into those topics to facilitate a more educational and immersive experience for our viewers.

To give an example, we recently published an episode on Nigeria, where we visited a floating village that’s trang chủ to over 200,000 people. Of course they had interesting, quality food, but what was even more interesting is the livelihood of the Makoko residents. Their culture và food are very closely tied together, so much so that it’s impossible to talk about one without referencing the other. As best as possible, in every production, our team aims to lớn document the natural connection between the food and the people.

What actually makes Best Ever Food đánh giá Show the best ever in its category?

I think what makes us the best is that we have a dedicated team of creatives. We’re all experts in our fields & are absolutely determined khổng lồ work together, bettering our craft each week. We’ve vowed to never be complacent & always try khổng lồ outdo ourselves, which only gets harder và harder every time. After every trip, we try to visit even harder-to-reach places, find rarer foods và discover more untold stories that other people just wouldn’t put the time or resources into finding.

In a previous interview with, you admitted that “you are not a foodie” và that the only reason you are on the show is because “ camera gives you a purpose.” What is that purpose and when did it come lớn you?

I still think the camera gives us a purpose. Most tourists or travelers don’t get lớn see a lot of the chất lượng cultures và foods we cover on our show.

I recommend anyone traveling lớn have a project khổng lồ undertake during their adventure, whether it’s blogging, vlogging or photography. Paradoxical as it may seem, having a clear understanding of what you’re hoping lớn find will allow you khổng lồ notice a lot of amazing things. For our channel, that means that the show is not only about eating good food.

The camera gives us a purpose.Our channel’s mission and purpose is to lớn hunt down & document the most chất lượng cuisines from around the world, encouraging empathy, understanding and appreciation of different cultures through their food.

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What are three lessons that you’ve learned from documenting the lives of the people behind the local foods featured on your channel?

Lesson 1: The restaurant business is no joke. I have great respect for the individuals that undertake this incredible challenge of preparing fresh food every day, dealing with retailers và customers và maintaining a certain business standard. All of this is rewarded with pretty slim margins at times. I respect the tenacity of these people khổng lồ keep going, whether it’s a street food spot in India or a fine dining restaurant in Tokyo. It’s truly a business that you genuinely have to lớn love and be passionate about lớn endure.

Lesson 2: Food and culture are inseparable. What people eat is greatly affected by their religion, climate, geography, elevation etc. The food that people eat often reveals something about them.

You have to love and be passionate about the restaurant business in order to endure it.Lesson 3: Happiness và income bởi vì not correlate; there’s no inherent connection between the two lượt thích we’re led to lớn believe. I’ve realized this as even in some of the undeveloped places I’ve been to, where families have only what they need to lớn survive, there’s pure, genuine happiness.

How can you ensure that the portrayal & discussion of ethnic cuisine in your videos remain faithful and respectful?

I can’t. Whatever you see in a video is a snapshot of my understanding, coming from our research, experience and footage. When you’re in this business và you become a sort of truyền thông media outlet, you realize how incredibly easy it is, especially for big truyền thông media houses, khổng lồ make simple mistakes along the way. We try our best to lớn relay the right, genuine message.

With current travel restrictions, how does your team plan to continue creating diverse nội dung in Vietnam?

Failing to lớn make content while we’re in Vietnam would only reflect a lack of creativity from our team. With the borders closed, we’re trapped in Vietnam right now with no idea when we’ll be able lớn travel again. But truly, there’s no other country I"d rather be trapped in.

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We’ve already produced 90+ Vietnam videos, but every time we dig a little deeper, we find more topics that we never knew existed. Between Vietnamese cuisine, the 54 ethnic groups in Vietnam plus the international restaurant scene here, I don’t think we’ll ever run out of food to lớn eat and stories khổng lồ document.