For many international and local tourists, their visit is seen incomplete without trying Banh Tom Ho Tay.
The ancient village of Duong Lam still has don ganh roasted pork, the traditional dish known for its association with national hero Ngo Quyen who defeated the Nan Han army, reclaiming national independence.
NDO/VNA - The ginger ‘jam’ made in Kim Long Ward, Hue City, in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue, stands out for its authenticity and absence of additives. The specialty is consumed in large amounts during the Lunar New Year (Tet) festival.
NDO – Starting from its first video posted more than one year ago on the traditional food offerings of the Vietnamese people during the Tet (lunar New Year) festival, the YouTube channel Bep Nha Chau (My Family’s Kitchen) by chef Nguyen Phuong Hai has uploaded nearly 130 vlogs introducing viewers to the essence of Vietnamese dishes across the country, making it a favourite place for lovers of Vietnamese cuisine.
NDO – Nhan Dan (People) reporter Duong Van Muu relives his childhood memory of making long ‘chung’ (glutinous rice) cakes wrapped in ‘chit’ leaves, a variant of the square ‘chung’ cake which is more popular in the northern region. The cake is a traditional cake enjoyed by his villagers on the occasion of the Lunar New Year (Tet).
Famed for both its imperial cuisine and the contemporary creativity of its street foods, the ancient town of Hue has much to offer in 24 hoursAt 5:30 a.m., drive to Chuon Lagoon in Phu An Commune of Phu Vang...
Thanks for its rich and diversified culinary, Vietnam is an ideal destination for foodie travelers after Covid-19 pandemic.
The restaurant sits next to a large banyan tree hence the name Goc Da (Banyan Stump). The restaurant has been opened for more than 30 years, serving one of the best pillow cakes in town.
Many households of Chinese descent in Saigon make a unique dish for the summer cleansing festival – the "ba trang" cake. Ha Cam Toan and his family in District 11 have been making ba trang, a savory glutinous rice cake,...
Despite it is salty, slightly sour, and too hard for the taste of foreigners, the pickled baby eggplant has a special place in Vietnamese cuisine.