Foods in Hoi An

Visitors to Vietnam love to return to the old city of Hoi An in Central Vietnam. Just wandering on charming old streets in Hoi An, you may encounter small lovely food shops on the roadsides ... Continue Reading →

Tasty Charm of Vietnam

Over the historical course of millennia, the Vietnamese bequeathed a colossal treasure of unique gastronomy. Diverse ingredients, spices and vegetables… are all the blessing of rich ... Continue Reading →

Local taste in Vietnam

Besides daily main meals, Vietnamese folks love to hang out with friends in the afternoon, visit food stores located along the street corners and eat some delicious and light food stuffs. ... Continue Reading →

Food in Hoi An

Visitors like to go to Thanh Ha Pottery Village by bike. Here tourists can walk along the riverside or rural roadsides and visit charming pottery – kilns. You may be so hungry after ... Continue Reading →

Savoring special Nha Trang vermicelli soup

Some tourists say a trip to Nha Trang, a resort city on the central coast, will not be complete without having a bowl of bun ca sua, a type of rice vermicelli soup served with fried ... Continue Reading →

Special dishes of Ha Giang

As October comes, the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang attracts flocks of tourists who come to watch blooming fields of buckwheat and beautiful golden paddy fields. Rat meat Rat ... Continue Reading →

Fish noodle soup, a specialty of Moc Chau

The tender noodles and crispy fried fish slices mingled with the broth is sure to be an unforgettable taste for visitors to the mountainous town of Moc Chau, in Son La Province in the ... Continue Reading →

Vietnam banh mi shops praised by int’l media

Vietnamese banh mi sandwiches are regarded as one of the “super food” by foreign diners. The banh mi is a delicious and ever-varying combination of deli-style pork, pate ... Continue Reading →

A true taste of Quang noodle

Among the unique dishes in Quang Nam, mi Quang (Quang noodle) seems to be the most famous dish that every time a visitor comes to this central province, locals would be more than willing ... Continue Reading →

10 Vietnamese food you need to try

The cuisine relies on a balance of salty, sweet, sour and hot flavours, achieved through use of nuoc mam, a fermented fish sauce, cane sugar, the juice of kalamansi citrus fruit or ... Continue Reading →