Banh gio – A Traditional Food from Ha Noi
Though different from pho in many ways, there is one trait banh gio (pyramid-shaped rice dumpling) shares with this popular dish: Hanoians can eat each of them at any time of the day. A plate of steaming banh gio sold at a stall on a street corner can be a quick breakfast. It can also be a decent mid-afternoon snack.
Sweet tofu pudding - A delicious dessert of Vietnamese people
'Tao pho' (sweet tofu pudding) is a very common and popular sweet dessert made from soy beans. Tofu pudding has the smooth, creamy texture of a light flan, but the…
Grapefruit pudding
Grapefruit pudding   (Jul 31, 2017)
Grapefruit pudding is a popular dessert in Can Tho City. Although this dish is widely available all over Viet Nam, the porridge made in Can Tho has a special flavor…
Stewed banana with tofu   (Jul 19, 2017)
Stewed banana with tofu
Vietnamese cuisine doesn't win any points for complexity. Many of dishes can be made using materials and ingredients that can be found right in the garden, and “chuoi dau om” is one of the most popular.
Braised goby fish with turmeric
As one of the most familiar foods in Vietnamese family meals, dishes made from goby fish are believed to have originated from rural areas surrounded by rivers and streams. Due to the availability of the fish, there are dozens of ways to cook goby fish. However, one of the most classic and common ways is braising goby fish with turmeric.
Salad with Rau Nhot   (Jun 08, 2017)
Salad with Rau Nhot
Rau nhot is a specialty of the salty and windy area of Quynh Luu District, Nghe An Province. It is prepared in different dishes, including salad.
'Manh cong' cake - authentic flavor of ancient Ha Noi
'Manh cong' cake is an ancient Ha Noi dessert that embodies the ancient tastes and also the spiritual values of Viet Nam’s capital city.
Shrimp fried with Tay Ninh salt
Shrimp fried with Tay Ninh salt is a popular dish in Ho Chi Minh City. The dish  is crispy with a savoury and piquant taste.
Taking a salty, spicy bite of Hai Phong cuisine
Vietnamese people have long taken pride in their banh mi, a dish named as one of the best street foods in the world by CNN (American Cable News Network), and listed in the Oxford English dictionary as ‘a Vietnamese snack consisting of a baguette (traditionally baked with both rice and wheat flour) filled with a variety of ingredients, typically including meat, pickled vegetables and chili…
Sai Gon fresh rolls   (May 24, 2017)
Sai Gon fresh rolls
Goi cuon Sai Gon (Sai Gon fresh rolls) is a delicious dish which is popular in different regions, especially in Ho Chi Minh City and other provinces in the South. Visiting Ho Chi Minh City, one can enjoy the dish at both luxury restaurants and common stalls on streets or from vendors.
Lau mam (salted fish hotpot)   (May 23, 2017)
Lau mam (salted fish hotpot)
“Lau mam” is a Southern specialty and an amazing marriage of preserved fish and hot-pot as well. Guests are certain to love it at the first sight due to the eye-catching beauty of large dishes of colourful vegetables and the favour of the broth, made from salted fish that is cooked until its meat and bone are separated, greasy and sweet-smelling.
Cong (tube cake) - a specialty of Can Tho
This is a popular traditional food in the Mekong Delta City of Can Tho. The cake is called Cong cake because the tool used to make this cake looks like a tube.
Unforgettable taste of 'Xoi Khuc’
'Xoi khuc', also known as khuc cake, has its name because the cake cover is made by glutinous rice powder mixed with brayed 'khuc' leaves, covering gram and pork.
Mung bean cookies – Hoi An’s special snack
History has it that since the 18th century, mung bean cookies have been a precious gift that locals offered to the King and officials.
Nem chua - A unique fresh dish of Viet Nam
Nem chua (Vietnamese fermented pork roll) is a unique dish of Vietnamese food culture, made from fresh pork and other special spices.