After the debut of dragon fruit bread, crowds in Ho Chi Minh City lined up outside ABC Bakery locations hoping to buy some. Kao Sieu Luc, the founder of ABC Bakery decided to share his recipe to make bread from red dragon fruit with the aim of supporting famers to deal with troubles due to the Covid-19 epidemic.
Known as a popular snack for Vietnamese people, Xoi che has become a favorite street food for many foreign visitors in Vietnam.
Banh mi 25 is a favorite shop in Hanoi for foreign visitors who are fans of the Vietnamese sandwich.
Ca phe trung (egg coffee) is a special drink from Hanoi in which creamy soft and meringue-like egg white foam is perched on dense Vietnamese coffee. It has been recommended by CNN as one of five must-try dishes for foreigners visiting Hanoi.
Banh khuc co Lan was selected as one of dishes to be served at the media center of DPRK-USA Summit 2019 in Hanoi.
With a great flavor and appealing look, xoi com (steamed green sticky rice) is a Hanoi dish everyone should try when autumn comes.
Visitors to the southcentral province of Kien Giang often leave with a great impression of the locality due to its fabulous culture, the friendliness of local people, its shopping options, and range of street food. Let’s tour the city for the day and sample some of the delicious street food on offer:
Banh canh (thick noodle soup), a traditional dish in central Vietnam, can now be easily found in Hanoi in delightful varieties. Banh canh ghe (crab thick noodle soup) is one of them.
Located on Le Van Huu street, Bun cha Huong Lien, also known as Bun cha Obama, is a popular restaurant for tourists in Hanoi.
Banh gio (sticky rice cake soaked in herbal ash water) is a dish typical of the countryside. The dish has won the hearts of city folk because of its simple but delicate taste.