(VOV) - The 2013 traditional craft village tourism festival in Hanoi and Red River Delta area opened at the Palace of Sports Apparel Horse in Hanoi on October 8.
After a few months in Hanoi, Ounkham Pimmata considers the differences between his hometown of Vientiane and Vietnam’s capital city.
The Asian Record’s Organisation is about to grant certificates recognising Hanoi’s three unique dishes for their meeting Asian culinary values.
(VOV) - Hanoi is the land of noodles and dumplings in daunting variety. At least, that is what British visitor David Bobby had concluded local culinary after his three-week trip around the capital city.
(VOV) - With the fast approach of winter in town, most Hanoi lovers are seeking new places for snack food and their most iconic wintry dishes are nem chua ran (fried fermented pork), banh mi thit xien (grilled pork with toast), or banh chuoi (fried banana cake).
(VOV) - A ceremony was held in Ho Chi Minh City on October 27 to announce the first ever list of 12 Vietnamese dishes recognised by the Asian Record Organisation (ARO).
In the quest for the best pho, bun cha and more in this culinary capital, look for the stands favored by elderly Vietnamese - they know quality when they taste it. Along the way, you'll find religion, history, art and the theater of daily life.
The Asia Record Organisation (ARO) has awarded records to 10 Vietnamese dishes in recognition of their gastronomic importance to the international community.
Vietnam’s Record Organization has submitted 15 of the country’s most popular dishes to the Asian Record Organization.
After sampling a smattering of Vietnamese fare, it is fair and rather fitting to inquire, “how do you like your bún?”
Hanoi has been listed as one of the ten greatest street food cities in Asia by CNN.
Vietnamese residents in Kharkov, Ukraine, enjoy traditional dishes in Europe’s freezing cold.
Tracey Lister, the Australian chef and co-director of the Hanoi Cooking Centre, has co-authored a new book offering insights and recipes for Vietnamese street food, which will delight both foodies and home cooks.
As scrumptious as it sounds, the chocolate buffet at Hanoi’s Metropole Hotel is a must for all you Cocoa-crazed folk out there.
Raquelle Azran, a woman who was born in Israel with American and French blood, has fostered a deep and mutual love for Vietnam and the capital city. After 18 years she considers the country to be her second home and have many fond memories of her time in Vietnam.