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Amid the powerful summer heat in Hanoi, it's worth experiencing 'kem xoi' (sticky rice ice cream, which can help to cool the body from the inside.
Two kinds of cakes made from simple local ingredients show the diverse culture of An Giang – a Mekong Delta province and also one of the most mysterious and mesmerising places in Vietnam.
Although the ingredients to make this addicting dish sound fairly simple: ripe bananas, sugar, flour, turmeric powder, making banh chuoi requires the exceptional skills of a master artisan.
For many foreigners, Hanoi street food has dished up nostalgia.
Bun Thang, or Hanoi-style rice vermicelli soup, is a peculiar dish showing a delicate culinary style of Hanoians. This is a perfect combination of colors and flavors.
Here is a list of some of the delicious street food that can be purchased for less than VND100,000, equivalent to US$4.3, per person on Nguyen Hue pedestrian street in Ho Chi Minh City.
With the arrival of cold weather, this part of the year represents the perfect time to sample hot street food. Let’s visit Hanoi these days to taste these special dishes and enjoy an unforgettable experience.
When she was young, she carried her porridge pot on the shoulders, and walked through alleys to make a living.
Visitors to 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.
Crab soup with black eggs is one of the most popular street foods in HCM City despite the somewhat unappealing colour of one of its ingredients.
French daily Le Figaro recently ran an article introducing Hanoi’s most renowned street food. The article was headlined “In Vietnam, eight wonders to taste in Hanoi – a temple of street food”.
French daily Le Figaro recently ran an article introducing Hanoi’s most renowned street food.
Hanoi's Food Hygiene and Safety Control Department has recently inspected 50 street food restaurants and taken food samples for testing, reported online newspaper vietnamplus.vn.
HCM City ranks 4th among the best cities for street food-obsessed travelers, according to a survey by CEOWORLD.
The ancient town of Hoi An topped the list of 15 best cities in the world in a recent readers’ vote of the US travel magazine Travel & Leisure, surpassing many well-known destinations like Japan’s Tokyo and Italy’s Rome.
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Ho Chi Minh City’s food and beverage market has become more vibrant with the introduction of food trucks on city streets.
Bubble tea has become so popular in Vietnam that some analysts say that it may become as popular to Vietnamese as coffee in the future.