You’ve seen it a thousand times, on a dozen visits, probably nibbled it – but never really stopped and “experienced” it.
South-East Asian food is like that. You may reckon you’ve seen it all but no, there’s always a surprise.
Vietnamese call this grapefruit. It’s a type of pomelo, and it varies in taste, appearance and name, according the area where it’s grown.
This one might be nam roi or doan hung; its juice is sweet and with a lingering acidic after-taste.
It is bursting with “healthy”.
When have you eaten enough?
The sweetness lures you into yet another mouthful, while the hint of acid sharpness suggests otherwise: ahh, the absorbing contradictions, that is travel in South-East Asia.