VOV.VN - Hanoi is famous for its wide range of delicious street food that is widely hailed by foreign media. Therefore readers should not miss the chance to taste some of them while visiting the capital city, especially during the cold winter.
‘Banh trang tron’ (rice paper salad), has recently become a popular street food for young people in big cities in Vietnam.
Thanks to its topography with large parts of the province consisting of mountainous areas, Ninh Binh is a wonderful place to breed goats and is famous for dishes made with goat meat.
Originating from an indigenous sour soup made in style of a hotpot, “lau canh chua” (Sour soup hotpot) charms guests by its sour taste coming from tamarind, pineapple or vinegar, varying with seasons.
Many hotels in HCMC have kicked off the most exciting season of the year with a host of exciting programs.
Banh mi chao (Bread with combo pan) is a Vietnamese-styled hot alternative to stuffed baguettes.
The hu tieu noodle soup at To Ky stall in District 5 comes, unusually, with venison and a secret broth.
KHOE Creative Festival, a day full of fun and creative activities, will be held at the Spring Park of Ecopark Urban Area on December 1-2.
Beginning as a popular comfort food option among the working class in the south, the dish has gradually found its way into Vietnam's culinary hall of fame.
Hanoi’s Old Quarter is considered the top tourist destination in the capital, and for me, Ly Quoc Su Street is the soul of the Old Quarter.
VOV.VN - Amix Coffee and Koi Land are two unique ornamental fish breeding coffee shops that should not be missed on a visit to Ho Chi Minh City.
VOV.VN - Mam hen sauce is made from the small black insects living along the streams and river banks which the local people call ‘hen’.
VOV.VN - Vietnam is famous for a number of delicious street foods that have been hailed by prestigious foreign magazines. Following are the list of several Vietnamese cuisine visitors should not miss out on when visiting the country.
‘Khau nhuc’, a type of braised pork belly seasoned with several kinds of herbs, is one of the must-try dishes for gourmets visiting Vietnam’s northern province of Lang Son.
"Lane 160" invites customers to leave their worries behind and step back into Hanoi in the last century.
In a border spillover, lemongrass and kaffir lime leaves make grilled chicken in An Giang Province a gastronome's delight.
VOV.VN - Da Lat is very famous for its poetic scenery and year round comfortably cool weather but it is also a destination for its delicious street food. Here are several recommendations for tourists visiting “The City of Flowers”:
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.
An owner’s personal attention has helped a wonton noodles restaurant in Saigon remain popular for 20 years.
In a corner of Hanoi's Dong Da District, this edition of snail noodles cools down the sizzling heat of summer.