have this one regional novelty:
A green tea jelly freeze. With real cubes of jelly floating around in it and real whipped cream on top. This thing is the very definition of Vietnamese fusion cuisine. Now, most Vietnamese cuisine is fusion cuisine. They top their rice dishes with Korean BBQ pork. Pho bò contains beef, which is not an animal easily raised in this terrain. But, yeah, I think the green tea jelly freeze is the coffee shop's way to bring in customers who don't have an emotional attachment to Starbuck's.
The American equivalent would be, say, Chinese chicken fingers, which is not a food that really exists in China.
Then, on my way home, I encountered a vendor selling mangoes from his motorbike. I asked for two mangoes. Just then an orange vendor pulled up, and I came home with this:
Yeah, I'd say it's a good deal.
(But what am I going to do with seven mangoes?! I hope AwesomeCloud develops a taste for mango slices real soon.)