Generations of Hanoi people have enjoyed pho cuon (fresh rice noodle rolls). What makes it such a trustworthy culinary address?
Eating at night is not only a pleasure but also a unique culinary culture of Hanoi people.
The fragrance of steaming khuc pie will live forever as one of most potent childhood memories of Hanoian.
A familiar image presents everywhere from small alleys to main streets, beside large commercial centers or luxury restaurants and cafes, which reminds everyone of Hanoi: sidewalk iced tea.
The launching of “Map of Vietnam’s Culinary Tourism” is expected to foster the recovery of Vietnamese tourism in particular, and the economy in general after the Covid-19 pandemic.
The “Essence of Asia” collection of restaurants represent authenticity, culinary culture and community focus.
There are hard and fast rules about what spices and herbs can be used in what Vietnamese dishes and there’s no room for deviation.
Rich in vegetables, rice and seafood, Hanoian speciates have incorporated Cambodia and Thai influences into style that is distinctively its own.
For centuries, every year when Tet (the Lunar New Year Festival) arrives, various rituals have been held in every family, bringing a lively ambiance filled with tradition and culture in the beginning of the New Year all over the country.
The new delicious creations of Banh Chung or Vietnamese traditional cake for Tet has won the hearts of culinary connoisseurs.
The simple yet exotic delicacy of piping hot noodle soup with beef has captured the heart of many culinary connoisseurs locally and internationally.
The travel guide website of Lonely Planet has listed out 10 most unusual dishes of Vietnam which are loved by locals but horrified by foreign travelers.
Being used to wrap Banh Chung (sticky rice cake for Tet), Dong leaves from Trang Cat village is the pride of the villagers that have been offered to other localities and countries.
Hanoi street foods have become a nostalgia for travelers who have once enjoyed them.
The tiny restaurant in Hai Ba Trung district would recall the nostalgia of old Hanoi in 1990s by its traditional dishes and impressive decoration.
Every December each year, the pomelo orchards in Phuc Dien ward are bustling with fruit harvesters and trucks lining up waiting to be loaded with pomelo.
One of the most common street-food dishes in Vietnam is Banh mi which basically means bread but also refers to some of the country`s delicious baguette sandwiches.
Boiled snail dish is even tastier, laying on the way it is eaten: sitting on the sidewalk, enjoying the food while watching people passing by.
In the summertime when the scorching heat seems to inflame and dehydrate your body, a cup of cool multi-colored dessert can rescue both of your eyesight and your body.
Coronavirus-shaped burger and dragon fruit baguettes made by Vietnam were featured and praised in world media outlet.
Even without a sign board, the street cart vendor has had nearly 20 years of serving an uncountable number of foreign and local foodies.
Food is the ultimate friend, who is always there for you, be it as a midnight snack or a movie buddy! If you are a foodie, you too probably feel this way.
Ho Chi Minh City is widely considered the food capital of Vietnam.
The organization will help promote Vietnamese cuisine to the world.
When the autumn breezes blow, Hanoians often enjoy typical snacks that recall the flavors of childhood.
The mountainous dish can be eaten with minced pork paste, fried meat roll, steamed egg and spicy salted bamboo shoot.
Hanoi’s baguette is fanning love for the country.