Different from ‘banh chung’ (square glutinous rice cake) of the ethnic majority Kinh, the Red Dao ethnic group in Hà Giang has their own cake known as ‘banh chung gu’ (hunchback glutinous rice cake).
NDO – A programme opened at the Gia Lai provincial museum on November 19 to highlight the distinct flavours of the Central Highlands.
Rich baked quail eggs combined with the flavors of sausages, dried shrimp and shredded pork are trending in Saigon.
NDO – 'Cha muc' (squid paste) is a delicious dish which has won the favour of both local residents in Ha Long City and tourists. It tops the list of must-try dishes for visitors to the northern province of Quang Ninh
Giang Xa Village in Hanoi’s Hoai Duc District is famous for its delightful ‘bac’ cake (fried cake made from sticky rice, ‘gac’ fruit and green bean), a delicacy which has existed for more than a hundred years.
The ancient city of Hue often sees people enquiring about its cuisine, which not only boasts many exotic delicacies, but also some weird names. And names do not come any weirder than ‘com am phu' (hell rice).
The locals in Hoa Binh province seem quite passionate about steamed dishes and “ca nuong do” is one of which.
Tourists can savour Ben Tre’s sweets for dessert at the Ba Beo stall on Hung Vuong Street, where the signature dish is the coconut milk custard cake.
Small-anchovy sauce (mam ca ro) is made from a small variety of anchovy that has softer bones and greater savouriness.
NDO – Vietnam’s cuisine has set world records as recognised by the World Records Union (Worldkings).