Tasting Table, a famous website and newsletter for culinary enthusiasts, has posted two articles praising two local dishes, banh xeo (crispy Vietnamese pancakes) and nem lui (charcoal-grilled lemongrass pork skewers).
Banh mi (Vietnamese sandwich) is considered a cheap and popular street food in Vietnam. But there are many exceptional banh mi brands that are much more expensive than others.
Although he lives in Japan, Nguyen Minh Tung is still in the habit of eating mỳ Chũ (Chu noodles) for breakfast every day with his family.
As a Vietnamese pioneer of ASMR YouTube cooking videos, Frank Pham inspires people around the world to stay calm and enjoy their meals through his wonderful cooking.
Hanoi is full of particular dishes from the capital of the North, with special cakes being counted among them.
For the first time, Vietnam has five culinary world records recognised by both the World Records Union (WorldKings) and the World Records Association (WRA).
For the first time, Vietnam has five culinary world records recognized by both the World Records Union (WorldKings) and the World Records Association (WRA), according to the Vietnam Records Organisation (VietKings).
The World Record Association (WRA) based in Hong Kong acknowledged five world culinary records from Vietnam.
Tofu made in Mo Village, presently known as Mai Dong village in Hanoi’s Hoang Mai District, has been well-known as the most delicious tofu in Hanoi, giving rise to the moniker, “Mo Village’s Tofu”.
Banh mi (Vietnamese bread/Vietnamese sandwich) is among the most popular dishes in HCM City. Here are some of the most famous banh my shops in Vietnam’s biggest city.