Vietnamese food has been listed among the 10 healthiest cuisines globally by UK travel website The Culture Trip.
So the news on climate change does not look good. The world keeps getting a little warmer every year.
“Hard to resist” is what Theign Yie Phan, a head chef, describes Vietnamese “banh mi” (sandwich), in an article entitled “Story of the banh mi: Vietnam’s super sandwich that took on the world” run in the South China Morning Post.
You’ll find it alongside many a meal in Vietnam to add that little bit of extra flavor and a touch of spice. But shrimp paste comes into its own when its served with vermicelli, pork and tofu.
Besides well-known dishes like bun cha, pho, banh mi, there are Vietnamese dishes that might look or sound scary at first but tastes worth-dying-for.
Leading culinary stars from around the world, including eight Michelin stars, will join the second edition of “Metropole Culinary Stars” at Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi.
As is the case with many other seafoods, “tom”( prawn) is a nutritional food and very good for our health.
Pho Thin, a renowned family-run pho restaurant in Hanoi for 30 years, has opened its second franchise in Melbourne, Australia after its first in Tokyo in March this year.
Nestled on Bat Dan Street in Hanoi, The T-Art is celebrating its second birthday with a special event and a multitude of new upscale dishes added to the menu. The theme of the celebration is ‘Làng Chài’, or ‘Fishing Village’.
Visiting the capital, Ho Ngoc Thang, 55, from Nghe An Province’s Quynh Luu District, asked me to buy lạc rang húng lìu, a famous specialty of Hanoi, for him to give to his relatives.