Cao lau, a famous dish accompanied by the establishment and development of the Hoi An port in the past has become an identified food of the UNESCO World Heritage Site - Hoi An.
Besides the wonderful scenery of Hon Rom, Mui Ne with its amazing sand dunes, beaches and various seafoods, banh hoi Phu Long is also a must-try dish for visitors to Binh Thuan province.
Green bean cakes are a Hai Duong specialty familiar to both domestic and foreign visitors.
Hung Lo commune in Viet Tri, Phu Tho province is well known for making chung cakes, an essential element of a traditional Tet (Lunar New Year).
The 400 year-old herb village of Tra Que has become a magnet for both foreign and domestic visitors to Hoi An. Tra Que farmers like to cook special local dishes, including tam huu (Three Friends Spring Onion Rolls) to serve to visitors.
Chicken rice, a popular dish is recommended for visitors to the ancient town of Hoi An.
On early winter days, having a bowl of hot beef stew with Vietnamese bread is a good breakfast choice for visitors to Hanoi
Crispy fried banana cakes are well known as a street food with amazing taste for locals and visitors to Ho Chi Minh City.
The ancient village of Duong Lam still has don ganh roasted pork, the traditional dish known for its association with national hero Ngo Quyen who defeated the Nan Han army, reclaiming national independence.
The restaurant sits next to a large banyan tree hence the name Goc Da (Banyan Stump). The restaurant has been opened for more than 30 years, serving one of the best pillow cakes in town.