Vietnamese cuisine

Update news Vietnamese cuisine

 VietNamNet Bridge – Rediscovering Vietnamese cuisine in a converted French villa proves to be a stimulating and tasty experience. Nguyen My Ha reports.

Swallowing some snakes

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese cuisine is one of the country’s biggest tourist attractions, but there are some dishes you need a bit of courage to eat, like snake meat.

DPRK delegation enjoys dishes at Ngon Garden in Hanoi

A delegation from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea led by Vice Chairman of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea and Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the WPK Ri Su-yong arrived for a luncheon

Vietnamese girl aspires to promote Vietnamese cuisines

 VietNamNet Bridge – Years spent studying abroad and experiencing different cultures and cuisines have helped Nguyen Khanh Vuong Anh realise her love for cooking, and especially Vietnamese food.

Chè specialties a heart-warming Vietnamese tradition

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese cuisine includes many types of chè (pudding) such as chè bà cốt (pudding made of glutinous rice, ginger, and sugar) and chè con ong (honeycomb-shaped pudding).

Vietnam, Japan mutually attractive for travellers

 VietNamNet Bridge – A report from the Viet Nam National Administration for Tourism shows that Japan was among the top three tourism source markets for Vietnam.

The spirit of Vietnam: Nem rán and nem cuốn

In Vietnamese cuisine, nem rán (fried spring rolls) and nem cuốn tôm thịt (fresh shrimp and pork rolls) are among the most popular and tasty of the hundreds of local dishes that residents and foreigners alike enjoy.

The T-Art celebrates 1st anniversary serving Vietnamese food like art

Diners were treated to extravagant food and wine pairings in a private dinner party at T-Art in the heart of Ha Noi’s Old Quarter on Tuesday. "I’m very happy that T-Art has been receiving rave reviews and has been rated five stars

Cookbooks a recipe for cultural understanding

VietNamNet Bridge – Andrea Nguyen has authored many English books featuring Vietnamese cuisine that are more than cook books, offering glimpses into national history, culture and traditional customs.

Star chef brings Vietnamese cuisine to world stage

Vietnamese-Australian celebrity chef Luke Nguyen is overseeing the rebirth of the newly renovated Vietnam House in the heart of HCM City, offering a new twist on old favorites. Nguyen became famous at aged 23 

CNN travel recommends 10 must-try street foods in Vietnam

 CNN travel describes pho as a simple staple, consisting of a salty broth, fresh rice noodles, a sprinkling of herbs and chicken or beef. It features predominately in the local diet. 

Stories add spice to two Hanoi specialties

An unusual feature of Vietnamese cuisine is the ownership that people – chefs, restaurant owners, gourmets or just the “common man” – display for a dish, and the stories that they are prepared to share.

The estuary of rice noodle soups

From the humblest nomadic street food vendor and street food stall to the fanciest restaurant you can imagine, if the eatery serves Vietnamese food, it serves rice noodles,

Michelin star chefs in Ha Noi

Connoisseurs will have a chance to taste the flavours created by Michelin-starred chef Marc De Passorio in Ha Noi for a series of events hosted by the Sheraton Hanoi Hotel. 

‘You have to think about food from the heart’

Founder and CEO of Hoi An Culinary Events, chef Keerthi Hapugasdeniya, will organise the second Hoi An International Food Festival on March 20-26. The award-winning Sri Lankan-born chef who lives in Australia

Dishes help promote Vietnamese tourism

 VietNamNet Bridge – Huong Lien Bun Cha Restaurant on Ha Noi’s Le Van Huu Street became famous in a single night, after US President Barack Obama ate dinner there.

TV shows not enough to promote Vietnam food to foreigners

 VietNamNet Bridge – Foreign tourists may not be attracted to Vietnamese food through TV shows without tasting them, said Ly Huy Sang, deputy director of Minh Long 1 Co. Ltd.

Nice condo rooftop restaurants

In a corner between Pasteur and Ly Tu Trong streets in District 1 is a curiosity-arousing restaurant name: “Secret Garden.” Customers to this eatery have to go all the way down a road and up to the fifth floor of an aging condo building

Diversity of Vietnamese cuisine can yield some unfamiliar flavors

 VietNamNet Bridge – “I know I’m an acquired taste – I’m anchovies. And not everybody wants those hairy little things.” – Tori Amos

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.