NDO/VNS - Vietnamese cuisine has many versions of sticky rice, like mung bean sticky rice with crispy fried shallots, chicken sticky rice, or corn sticky rice, that can be eaten all year round, but there is one that is enjoyed only in autumn – quail over sticky rice.
While baked honeycomb cake can be found anywhere in Vietnam, the version that uses palm sugar can only be retrieved in the province of An Giang, in which a lot of ice apple trees, the species that produces palm sugar, are planted.
NDO - The People's Committee of Lang Son province, the Business Association of Lang Son province and Trong Tin Co., Ltd. co-organised the Lang Son Tourism - Cuisine Festival 2021, which was held at Ky Lua Walking Street, on November 5 and 6.
NDO/VNA – For the first time, Vietnam has five culinary world records recognised by both the World Records Union (WorldKings) and the World Records Association (WRA), according to the Vietnam Records Organisation (VietKings).
NDO/VNA – Tofu made in Mo Village, presently known as Mai Dong village in Hanoi’s Hoang Mai District, has been well-known as the most delicious tofu in Hanoi, giving rise to the moniker, “Mo Village’s Tofu”.
NDO/VNA – ‘Che lam’ (nutty ginger sticky rice bars) is a not-to-be-missed delicacy of locals in Duong Lam village in Son Tay town, Hanoi. Aside from the original flavour, the food now also has many other tastes.
NDO – When visiting Kon Tum, visitors can not only admire the white coffee flowers in bloom in March or the bright yellow wild sunflowers in November but also visit famous architectural works while enjoying the specialties of the Central Highland Region, especially the unique leaf salad.