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Friday, October 22, 2021
After HCMC eased Covid restrictions, queues have formed every afternoon in front of a famous banh mi shop in District 1. A long line of customers and shippers wait their turn in front of the Huynh Hoa stall on Le...
Me Tri Village in Hanoi has preserved its traditional vocation of making beaten green rice called 'com', a distinct autumn specialty, for more than a century.
A sweet soup stall vendor in HCMC’s iconic Ben Thanh Market is happy about reopening despite business having plunged as a result of Covid-19 impacts. The Ben Thanh Market, popular among both locals and foreign visitors, reopened October 3 after...
NDO – Expressing the diverse, rich and unique cuisine of Vietnam, many dishes have become brands across the world, and Michelin has hoped to cooperate with the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) to put Vietnamese cuisine in the Michelin Guide in the near future, contributing to bringing Vietnamese cuisine closer to global friends.
A loaf of bread filled with pork slices and herbs in HCMC. Photo by VnExpress/Thien Chuong Vietnam will compete with 15 other rivals for the world’s leading culinary destination title at 2021 World Travel Awards. The other nominees are Australia, China,...
Two cups of iced black coffee (L) and iced coffee with condensed milk at a shop on Phan Dinh Phung Street in HCMC. Photo by VnExpress/Di Vy Ho Chi Minh City ranked seventh among the 10 most favored destinations for...
A 400-year-old trade village in Hanoi contributes to the creation of famous northern dishes.
Sponge cake with salted egg in Vung Tau city, the central province of Ba Ria - Vung Tau, is the size of a cupcake that can be eaten in one mouthful unlike the full-sized version with salted egg and meat floss on top usually found elsewhere.
Banh gat gu (Nodding rolls) are a specialty of Tien Yen District, the northern province of Quang Ninh.
Bun mam cua (rice vermicelli soup with crab sauce) is a specialty of Pleiku Town, Gia Lai Province.



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