Pha Lau – An exotic dish of Saigonese

Pha Lau – An exotic dish of Saigonese

Found in the list of the must-try street food in Saigon, Pha Lau is also supposed to be a specialty you should taste when coming to Ho Chi Minh City.

Hue aims to become capital of Vietnamese cuisine

Hue aims to become capital of Vietnamese cuisine

VOV.VN - Hue cuisine is different from food in other parts of Vietnam and is characterized by its diverse ingredients, delicate preparations, and artful presentation. In recent years, local authorities and people have been working hard to promote Hue cuisine to the world.

Cuttlefish Hotpot

Cuttlefish Hotpot

Just 92 km from Nha Trang, Dai Lanh is a district that can be easily accessed by car.

Ha Giang Smoked Ham

Ha Giang Smoked Ham

This is a traditional food of the minority community in Ha Giang.

Discovering Da Nang’s cuisine

Discovering Da Nang’s cuisine

"Food Paradise" in Da Nang is full of delicious dishes, from the entremets to their main courses. There are countless choices for visitors to satisfy their culinary dreams. Moreover, because the city is bordered by the sea, its cuisine is diversified; with novel methods for processing and using raw materials.

Banh giay Quan Ganh, a specialty of Hanoi

Banh giay Quan Ganh, a specialty of Hanoi

VOV.VN - Banh giay Quan Ganh, a white, flat, round glutinous rice cake with or without green beans inside, is enjoyed by lots of people, both Vietnamese and foreigners. The cake is a specialty of Hanoi.

Vietnamese fermented pork roll (Nem chua)

Vietnamese fermented pork roll (Nem chua)

Wandering around the Hanoi Old Quarter in the evening, visitors can easily become intrigued by the appetizing aroma and the greasy sweet taste of sizzling fermented pork rolls grilled on a barbecue over charcoals.

Mien Luon (Eel noodles)

Mien Luon (Eel noodles)

One delicious specialty visitors should try when they come to Ninh Binh is the local dish of eel noodles.

Snail noodle soup: A dish brings the breath of Hanoi

Snail noodle soup: A dish brings the breath of Hanoi

Like the French, the Vietnamese eat snails too, but not the same kind of snails. They eat oc (Vietnamese freshwater snails), which are smaller and chewier than their land-based cousins. 'Bun oc' (snail noodle soup) is a dish that brings the breath of Hanoi.

Craft Coffee and Crab Meet at Le Méridien Saigon

Craft Coffee and Crab Meet at Le Méridien Saigon

Latitude 10 Lounge + Bar on the ground floor of Le Méridien Saigon is running a unique coffee program called Craft Coffee which walks guests through a worldly coffee taste adventure from Costa Rica, Kenya, El Salvador, Ethiopia to Vietnam’s famous Arabica Premium and Khe Sanh.

Two luxury bars for a tipple in Hanoi’s Old Quarter

Two luxury bars for a tipple in Hanoi’s Old Quarter

VOV.VN - Twilight Sky Bar and Diamond Sky Bar are 2 luxury bars visitors should not miss while visiting Hanoi’s Old Quarter as they can enjoy a delicious cocktail while looking out on the city’s skyline.

Huynh De Crab

Huynh De Crab

There are many types of fresh and delicious yet cheap seafood in Khanh Hoa, such as shrimp, sea snails, mussels, lobsters, oysters, but Huynh De Crab is the most famous speciality.