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CNN reporter loves Vietnamese fish sauce

Chris Dwyer, a reporter for CNN, says he has loved Vietnamese fish sauce made in Phu Quoc (South Vietnam), though it was not easy to taste at the beginning.

Young chef preserves traditional Hanoi cuisine

I first met Nguyen Phuong Hai in Hanoi a month ago when he was holding a class to teach people how to make bánh chưng (square sticky rice cake). 

A Hanoi favourite: bun cha

Bun cha is a well-known local food in Hanoi. 

US celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain dies of suicide

US celebrity chef and television personality Anthony Bourdain has died at the age of 61 as a result of suicide, the CNN network confirmed in a statement.

Bun cha: a tasty feast of colours and flavours

 VietNamNet Bridge – Ha Noi cuisine features a wide variety of dishes with vermicelli. Among them, bun cha (vermicelli with grilled pork and fresh herbs) delights, with its seductive taste and aroma.

How can Vietnamese businesses exploit President Obama’s visit?

While Bun cha Huong Lien and Habeco have been taking full advantage of US President Obama’s visit to the shop and the use of Bia Ha Noi to boost sales, Vinamilk has kept quiet, though its bottled water ICY was used by US delegates. 

Vietnamese brands benefit from President Obama’s visit

VietNamNet Bridge - Events during US President Obama’s visit to Vietnam helped promote many domestic brands.

The seven most famous Vietnamese dishes

Pho, bun rieu cua, and bun cha are street food dishes that captivate thousands of international visitors. Here are the seven dishes and drinks that have made Vietnam an attractive spot on the culinary world map.

The seven most famous Vietnamese dishes

VietNamNet Bridge – Pho (Vietnamese noodle), bun rieu cua (crab soup with vermicelli), and bun cha (grilled pork & noodle) are street food dishes that captivate thousands of international visitors.

Vietnam's bun cha listed top 10 world’s best street food

National Geographic has named Vietnamese dish Bun Cha as top 10 world’s best street food.

Cheap and good food found at century-old stalls on small Hanoi alley

 VietNamNet Bridge - The prices of food sold at the small road on the side of the Dong Xuan Market in Hanoi so inexpensive that the maximum price is VND35,000 ($1.7). It has become a favourite destination of Hanoians and foreign backpackers.

Falling in love with Vietnam

 VietNamNet Bridge – Bulgarian bike repairer, Georgi Stoilkov, has visited many countries around the world but has chosen Hanoi, Vietnam, as the place to settle and start up his business.