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A stall in Saigon serving “bun suong”, a type of shrimp noodle soup originating in the Mekong Delta province of Tra Vinh, attracts scores of discerning patrons.
Generations of Hanoi people have enjoyed pho cuon (fresh rice noodle rolls). What makes it such a trustworthy culinary address?
Phung Hung Market in Saigon's District 5, regarded a ‘Chinese food heaven’, is famed for its sweet or salty cakes. Chive cakes Chinese chive cakes are made from rice flour and served either flat and round or square. Traditionally, rice flour...
Two photographs taken in Hoi An and Ha Giang have won first prizes in different categories at the U.K.’s Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year Awards. Tran Viet Van won first prize in the contest’s Street Food category with...
For two decades, a porridge stall in Saigon has drawn patrons with its pineapple leaf infused fare and unusually big array of 50 side-dishes. Trinh Que Lan, 64, and her sister established the 211 porridge stall in 1998. It was...
NDO – Many typical Vietnamese dishes were introduced at a multinational culinary festival organised by the School of Languages, the National University of Laos, in Vientiane on December 23.
Hue-style sweet soup is one of the most well-known dishes in Thua Thien-Hue Province, central Vietnam. Photo by VnExpress/Thanh Toan. Authorities in Thua Thien-Hue Province, home to ancient town Hue, plan to seek UNESCO intangible cultural heritage recognition for its...
NDO – Vietnam Culinary Culture Days, themed “Vietnam’s taste”, officially opened in Buenos Aires, Argentina on December 10, aiming to introduce Vietnam’s traditional food and cultural features to international friends.
A bread stall in Saigon has attracted many curious clients thanks to its variety of animal-shaped offerings.
Vietnam cuisine is famous for its delicious, fresh rolls and boiled-beef summer rolls is one of the best dishes.



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