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TasteAtlas, a website dedicated to discovering fresh ingredients, traditional dishes, and authentic restaurants around the world, recently honoured the Vietnamese baguette, known locally as Banh Mi, as one of the 50 best street foods in the world.

Merriam-Webster dictionary adds “Banh mi” as part of latest update

Merriam-Webster dictionary of the United States has updated its vocabulary list with 370 new words, including “Banh mi”, which is a renowned local delicacy in Vietnam.

Spicy ‘banh mi’: A speciality of Hai Phong

Among the different versions of ‘banh mi’ available in Vietnam, the ‘banh mi cay’ (spicy ‘banh mi’) of Hai Phong may be the humblest, consisting of just a baguette, some pate and a squeeze of local chilli sauce.

Banh mi – the iconic dish of Vietnam

When it comes to Vietnamese cuisine, one of the first images that appear in most people’s mind is banh mi.

What makes “Banh mi” different from worldwide sandwich?

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.

Banh mi spreads the love during difficult times

Bread rolls, or banh mi, are a familiar dish among Vietnamese people and also one of the different types of street food foreign visitors love. 

Four famous bread stands in HCM City

Bay Ho, bread stand 61, Hong Van, and grilled meat 37 are among the most popular places to purchase bread for local people in Ho Chi Minh City, with each establishment developing its own taste over many years.

Try a meal in a frying pan in HCM City

Banh Mi Chao (bread with combo pan) and Bit Tet (Vietnamese style beef steak) served in frying pans are popular and easy to find in HCM City.

3-kg bread in An Giang among world's weirdest foods

The Giant Bread in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang has caught global attention as one of the world’s most bizarre foods.

Vietnamese Banh Mi on a journey to conquer the world

The South China Morning Post (SCMP) has published an article detailing the journey of Vietnamese Banh Mi to conquer the world.

French newspaper introduces Hanoi’s must-eat street food

French daily Le Figaro recently ran an article introducing Hanoi’s most renowned street food.

Banh mi – World class street food

With the word “banh mi” recognised by the Oxford dictionary and a Google bread doodle which has taken the media by storm in recent days, let’s find out why this popular street food in Vietnam has become known to so many international friends.

“I love Banh mi Sai Gon” week underway in HCM City

“I love Banh mi Sai Gon” (I love Saigon bread) programme is taking place in Ho Chi Minh City from March 24 to 31.

Google Doodles honours Vietnam’s “Banh mi”

An animated image of Vietnam’s “banh mi” (bread) was featured on Google’s homepage on March 24.

Painting collections feature aspects of Vietnamese cultural beauty

Artworks created by Vietnamese painters which feature the Lunar Year of the Rat, sightseeing spots in the central region, and local delicacies such as Banh Mi have drawn the attention of many internet users.

Paintings of Vietnamese Banh Mi prove to be a viral hit

A collection of images featuring the local delicacy Banh Mi, bread often used to make sandwiches, created by Vietnamese painters has drawn the attention of many internet users.

Business Insider reporter experiences Vietnamese dragon fruit breads

Kate Taylor, a reporter from Business Insider, visited a bakery in Hanoi in mid-February and tried dragon fruit breads. She wrote an article on the newspaper about her cool experience.

Popular Banh Mi shops located through Old Quarter in Hanoi

As one of the nation’s moved loved street foods, Banh Mi on sale in Hanoi’s Old Quarter has established a reputation among both locals and foreign tourists.

Banh mi, queen of street food

 VietNamNet Bridge – During my short stay in Paris two years ago, I was pleasantly surprised to see long lunchtime queues of French eaters waiting for Vietnamese sandwiches.

’Vietnomnom’ showcases VN street cuisine on Instagram

 VietNamNet Bridge – Noey Neumark sits on a miniature blue stool – Ha Noi’s classic throne – admiring the bowl of banh da tron (flat noodles) she ordered from a food vendor.