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Cashew nuts have put this place firmly on the map, and locals living here serve up the delicacy with added ingredients of love and pride.
Ha Giang attracts tourists not only for its majestic natural landscape and honest ethnic people but also for its bold, regional specialties that cannot be found anywhere else.
The Asian Records Organisation (ARO) has presented a culinary value certificate to lotus-based dishes of the Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap for the 2022 - 2023 period.
Vietnam’s broken rice (locally known as com tam) was chosen the second place among the top 100 most tasty rice dishes in Asia by TasteAtlas, the home of local food, traditional restaurants, and authentic recipes, in March this year.
Considered one of the best delicacies in Dalat, avocado ice cream is a must try dish for travelers visiting the foggy city of Dalat.
Three Vietnamese dishes have been listed among the top 10 Best Rated Southeast Asian Meat Dishes, as compiled by renowned international food magazine TasteAtlas.
Thanked to cultural interferences, Kinh, Hoa and Khmer ethic groups have created three extremely attractive cakes with ingredients mainly from white radish, wheat flour, rice flour, pork and shrimp.
The Taste Atlas website has listed 100 of the world's most delicious dishes from rice, including four from Vietnam.
Cassava has long been popular among the Vietnamese, especially mountaineers, who know how to make a number of tasty and delicious dishes with it, including grilled cassava cake.
The first Michelin-starred restaurants in Vietnam will be announced in Hanoi on June 6.
Covering nearly 40% of the total coconut growing area of the South Central Coast, it is unsurprising that the coconut is deeply associated with Binh Dinh cuisine. Coconut porridge is one such highlight which diners cannot miss.
International food magazine TasteAtlas recently selected Com Tam, Vietnamese broken rice, as one of the top 100 most popular rice dishes throughout Asia.
It might not look as sophisticated as many other dishes, but the white sardine salad (goi ca mai) of the coastal city of Quy Nhon lures tourists with its sour, spicy, salty and sweet flavors.
A Vietnamese food restaurant called “Mắm” has been ranked 26th among the 100 best restaurants in New York, as announced by The New York Times.
Vietnamese grilled banana wrapped in sticky rice (banh chuoi nep nuong) has been chosen as one of the most delicious and most-liked desserts due to its unique processing method and flavor.
As well as traditional treats, such as cốm làng Vòng (Vòng Village’s green sticky rice) and phu thê (husband and wife) cakes, Hanoi is well known for its bánh chả (sweet meat pie in lumps) which is hundreds of years old.
The northern province of Ha Nam is famous for many delicacies offered to the King in the past.
Vietnam's banh mi (Vietnamese sandwich) has been named in the top 24 best sandwiches in the world by CNN Travel.
Banh it la gai is a rustic dish of Binh Dinh Province but also a culinary and cultural specialty.
Many tourists who like clay-pot Quang noodles have taken flights from Ho Chi Minh City to enjoy it.