NDO - Located on the second floor of house No.25 on Ma May Street, Hoan Kiem District, Anh Tuyet Restaurant is an elegant and warm space founded by a culinary artisan.
Ideally eaten for breakfast or brunch, "banh mi xiu mai", pork meatballs in hot gravy sauce with crispy bread, is a distinctive dish in Da Lat, a resort town in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong.
NDO – ‘Pho’ and medicinal plant materials are two ingredients which are often thought to not be harmonious when mixed together. However, it may come as a surprise that when mixed, they create a delicious dish of savoury broth and aromatic medicinal herbs.
Coffee is — on the surface — a straightforward drink. Leave it to a curious, resourceful country like Vietnam to put its own spin on it — and then spin it again, and again. There are more layers to Vietnam’s coffee culture than you’ll find in a tall glass of icy bạc xỉu. But beneath the thousands of cafes that fuel the nation from north to south, there’s a shared love of this energy-restoring beverage that goes beyond taste, and into areas that touch colonial influences, ethnic culture, urban traditions, climate and topography, and Vietnam’s close societal bonds.
Situated in the central province of Quang Nam, the ancient city of Hoi An leaves a great impression on visitors due to its fabulous culture, friendliness of local people, shopping options, and range of street food. Let’s spend a day in the city and sample some of the delicious street food on offer:
The Hanoitimes - Some coffee shops in the Old Quarter area that were also mentioned in the blog include Blackbird Coffee and Gấu Coffee and Bakery, which are emerging as the fairly beautiful coffee destinations.
The Hanoitimes - Centuries-long legacy has formed Polish cuisine full of nutrition and the quintessence of eating and drinking from different circles of life.
The Hanoitimes - On March 24 nine years ago, the term Banh mi was added to the Oxford English Dictionary.
NDO/VNA - Anyone who eats Cha tom nuong (grilled shrimp rolls), a delicious dish of Thanh Hoa Province, will never forget its distinctive flavour.
Wandering in small streets in the city, you can stray into a vintage cafe which is like a time machine taking you back to some period of the old days, to uncover a different Hanoi.