The taste of Ha Noi’s autumn
The taste of Ha Noi’s autumn   (Jun 19, 2018)
Ha Noi’s autumn is also the season for ‘com’ or young sticky rice flakes. ‘Com’ can be eaten directly or mixed with other food ingredients to create a variety of tasty dishes, including ‘cha com’ (com paste).
Beat the summer heat with millet rice crackers
It’s easy to recognise a vendor selling banh da ke (millet rice cracker).  
Lamb stewed with grapes
Lamb stewed with grapes   (May 30, 2018)
Two popular specialties of Ninh Thuan, lamb and grapes, are combined in a dish so scrumptious that one should not miss having it when visiting the southern central coastal province.
Delicious summer refreshment of Viet Nam’s sweet soups
Che com (sweetened green rice), Che hat sen (sweet lotus seed), and Che khuc bach (pudding) are some of the delicious sweet soups you should not miss while visiting Viet Nam in the summer.
Duc Cake in Nghe An   (May 28, 2018)
Duc Cake in Nghe An
Nowadays, after the ebb and flow of history, Duc Cake is still a familiar cuisine to every family in Nghe An.
Snakehead fish porridge with bitter herbs
Snakehead fish porridge with bitter herbs is not only a typical delicious dish of southwestern people but also an affective remedy for sunstroke on hot days.
Rural flavours of Hung Yen rice cakes enchant
Whoever has tried banh te or banh rang bua (rice cake filled with brown onion) will never forget its delicious taste.
Salted round eggplant: A side dish that pushes main dishes aside
Any gourmet worth his salt knows that side-dishes are crucial additions to most meals, and some of them are so tasty that they are as important, if not more so, than the main dish.
Grab a taste of Da Lat in the heart of Sai Gon with 3 signature dishes
Discover street food from the 'city of love' in Viet Nam's southern metropolis.
Tofu, shrimp sauce and noodles capture Hanoian hearts
Understand the true art and evolution of this delicacy at one of the oldest 'bun dau mam tom' restaurants in Ha Noi.
Com – A Vietnamese specialty   (May 15, 2018)
Com – A Vietnamese specialty
One of the origins of Com (green sticky rice) can be traced to Vong village, 7km west of downtown Ha Noi. The legend begins with a severe famine in the village many years ago.
Good morning in Viet Nam's Vung Tau with 3 must-try breakfasts
From crispy to crunchy and a little thrilling, these are some best ways to start the day in the beach town.
Pomelo sweet pudding: A great summertime treat
A pomelo sweet pudding is such a great summertime treat as it is light, easy to eat, and very good for health.
Bac Me lam rice   (Apr 16, 2018)
Bac Me lam rice
Ha Giang has rich fields with many types of tasty rice, therefore Bac Me lam rice has become a unique dish of the Tay communities.
Bowls of chao trai delight Ha Noi
Nearly every Hanoian knows about the chao trai, or mother-of-pearl rice porridge, shop on the capital’s Tran Xuan Soan Street. The porridge has been delighting locals with its rich and aromatic flavour for decades.