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Update news traditional dishes

A food tray featuring the traditional dishes of Muong ethnic minority in Hoa Binh has been recognised as the biggest of its kind by the Vietnam Book of Records.

 

Wake up and smell the traditional cafe

Early in the morning, in a traditional house on stilts of the E De ethnic minority in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak, dozens of people sit silently and look at small coffee filters, watching small drops of coffee fall into glasses.

Vietnamese beer joins int’l beer festival in Berlin

Vietnamese beer along with traditional dishes and craft products have been on display at the 23rd International Berlin Beer Festival which began on August 2 in the capital of Germany.

Worming its way back to the culinary club

 VietNamNet Bridge – For the Dao Do people in the northern province of Ha Giang or the Muong in the central province of Thanh Hoa, sau tre (bamboo worm), once a staple, has become a rare treat.

It’s a tough time for Phu Quoc fish sauce

VietNamNet Bridge - Despite the appearance of new products, Phu Quoc fish sauce, in Vietnamese thoughts, is still the most delicious among true fish sauce products. However, the industry is now facing big challenges.

The best bites of bun in the Old Quarter

VietNamNet Bridge – Phat Loc Lane in the east of Ha Noi's Old Quarter is famous for its fragrant bun dau mam tom (fresh rice vermicelli, tofu and shrimp paste) - particularly Trung Huong Shop, Nguyen Thanh Ha reports.

How to elevate Vietnamese cuisine

Vietnam has a varied and delicious cuisine that has been recognised on many world rankings, and in culinary and tourism magazines around the world. However, it is important to continuing promoting Vietnamese cuisine.

Lotus to dominate southern festival

 VietNamNet Bridge – The lotus, which has been nominated as the national flower, will be the topic of a cultural and artistic festival to open in HCM City tomorrow, June 26.

Tet specialties

 VietNamNet Bridge – Enjoying traditional dishes is what makes the Lunar New Year, or Tet, special. On this special occasion, people in the countryside gather together to make specialties such as banh chung and banh tet

Savoury cakes win National Geographic honour

 VietNamNet Bridge – The US travel magazine National Geographic has introduced Vietnam’s savoury Chung (square) and Giay (round) cakes among the world’s top ten traditional dishes.

Traditional Tet preferred by everyone in Viet Nam

Last week, Viet Nam News asked readers for their favourite memories of Tet holidays and questioned what they think of the suggestion that the country should celebrate Tet under the solar calendar instead of the lunar one.