Vietnamese cuisine

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Vietnamese food: Mountain snail saladicon

Vietnamese food: Mountain snail salad

If you happen to be in Mai Chau during the rainy season, mountain snail salad is a dish you shouldn’t miss. 

Autumn – Hanoi’s most seductive seasonicon

Autumn – Hanoi’s most seductive season


Hanoi is at its most graceful and poetic in autumn. It is often vividly colorful.

What to eat with US$4.3 in downtown Hanoiicon

What to eat with US$4.3 in downtown Hanoi


Below is a list of quality restaurants offering food for less than VND100,000 (US$ 4.3) per person in the busiest central districts of the capital city of Hanoi. Prices may vary depending on restaurants.

Vietnamese food: Grilled chicken feeticon

Vietnamese food: Grilled chicken feet


You have probably eaten chicken drumsticks or hotwings but what about chicken feet? 

Da Nang’s special pork rollsicon

Da Nang’s special pork rolls


Rice paper rolls with pork, or banh trang cuon thit heo in Vietnamese, is a tasty dish popular throughout Vietnam. This “version” in Danang seems to be a good choice for diners who want to have something new in their daily meal.

Vietnamese food: Grilled pork skewericon

Vietnamese food: Grilled pork skewer


It may look like a simple snack, but the main ingredients for grilled pork skewers are love, care, and of course, plenty of flavour. But be warned.... one is never enough.

Vietnamese food: Fried rice flour cakeicon

Vietnamese food: Fried rice flour cake


Bot chien (fried rice flour cake) is one of the most popular HCM City street foods, with its golden crust, soft texture and savoury dipping sauce. 

Vietnamese food: Pyramid rice dumplingicon

Vietnamese food: Pyramid rice dumpling


Egypt is famous for its pyramids, but did you know Vietnam has pyramids too? But in Vietnam they are not huge structures in the desert, but instead tasty snacks made from rice.

Food in the cityicon

Food in the city


Vietnamese cuisine is one of the world’s healthiest. 

Vietnamese food: Tofu puddingicon

Vietnamese food: Tofu pudding


Feeling the heat? This traditional treat is a sure fire way to cool down! Those of you with a sweet tooth won’t want to miss out on a bit of tofu pudding.

French daily suggests Hanoi’s must-eat street foodicon

French daily suggests Hanoi’s must-eat street food


French daily Le Figaro recently ran an article introducing Hanoi’s most renowned street food. The article was headlined “In Vietnam, eight wonders to taste in Hanoi – a temple of street food”.

Architect graduate looks small to go bigicon

Architect graduate looks small to go big


While studying at university to become an architect, Ha An, owner and chief creative figure of the Hanoi-based Veene Studio, probably dreamed of designing grand houses and epic constructions.

Young food stylist brings flair to Vietnamese cuisineicon

Young food stylist brings flair to Vietnamese cuisine


With her desire to improve the visual presentation of Vietnamese dishes, Meo Thuy Duong quit her career as a graphic designer to become a food stylist. After devoting much effort and time, Duong is now known as a famous food stylist in the country.

Vietnamese cuisine named among Top 10 healthiest in the worldicon

Vietnamese cuisine named among Top 10 healthiest in the world


Vietnamese food has been listed among the 10 healthiest cuisines globally by UK travel website The Culture Trip.

Banh mi – World class street foodicon

Banh mi – World class street food


With the word “banh mi” recognised by the Oxford dictionary and a Google bread doodle which has taken the media by storm in recent days, let’s find out why this popular street food in Vietnam has become known to so many international friends.

Vietnamese food: Pomelo desserticon

Vietnamese food: Pomelo dessert


This pomelo dessert won’t leave a bitter taste in your mouth, in fact, people love the sweet treat of fruit, tapioca and beans. Try it out!

Vietnamese food: Cudweed cake/Bánh khúcicon

Vietnamese food: Cudweed cake/Bánh khúc


Popular with world leaders and footballers alike, banh khuc is a perfect treat to warm your cockles in winter. So grab a ball and don't forget to savour the unique taste explosion!

Vietnamese food: Sugar-coated lotus seedicon

Vietnamese food: Sugar-coated lotus seed


These sugar-coated lotus seeds are a popular gift for newlyweds, but the sweets are also bought for friends and family during Tet.