NDO – Vietnam’s cuisine has set world records as recognised by the World Records Union (Worldkings).
Grilled “ca do”, or redtail fusilier, with pickled papaya is a popular afternoon snack in Ha Tien town, Kien Giang province.
NDO – ‘Cha gio’ (Vietnamese sausage), rice crackers and roasted pig, which are popular dishes of the Vietnamese people, have added an appealing flavour to the ongoing Army Games 2020.
A restaurant in Quang Ninh Province has attracted lots of customers with their charcoal black bread.
‘Banh mi pha lau’ (baguette filled with cow offal) is an exotic street food thanks to the unique filling.
The meat is marinated with several spices including the ‘mac khen’ pepper, wrapped in layers of ‘dong’ leaves and grilled on a charcoal stove or placed inside wooden embers of a stove.
Grilled chicken in bamboo tube is a famous dish of the Thai ethnic minority people in several northwestern provinces.
“Thach gang” (home-made grass jelly) conjures up childhood memories for most people in the northern port city of Hai Phong. The fresh softness of the jelly melts on the tip of the tongue.
NDO – One of the most attractive features for visitors to Lam Binh district in the northern province of Tuyen Quang is the unique cuisine and specialties of the upland area.
"Hu tieu bo vien", or beef meatball noodle soup, can be seen everywhere in the downtown area with locals eating it in the morning and evening.