Eat & Drink

Forget About Phở, Here Is a Vietnamese Dish That You Must Try Now!

The Origins Of Cơm Tấm (Vietnamese Broken Rice) Cơm tấm is made from gạo tấm (broken rice), with toppings such as grilled pork chop and steamed egg meatloaf served...

Culinary Frank: “There Are No Boundaries Between Cuisines”

You’re in bed at 10 PM, watching a knife mincing garlic and slicing pork while listening to the echo of the metallic blade hitting the wooden board. A moment later, the meat glistens...

Pho’s Countless Variants and Its Contribution to Vietnamese Cuisine

When thinking of Vietnamese cuisine, people are often reminded of steaming hot pho bowls with rich flavours. Coming to Vietnam, pho is also the first dish that tourists usually want to try....

Two Acoustic Music Hotspots to Peacefully Enjoy in Saigon.

Join Culture in retracing the two locations for tourists to immerse themselves in the acoustic tunes in Saigon. In recent years, where digital music has taken over, people have...

Top 6 Types of Vietnamese Sticky Rice for Foodies on the Trip to Vietnam

The Origins of Xôi Xôi (sticky rice) is an umbrella term that encompasses all Vietnamese dishes with glutinous rice (or sticky rice) as the base. According to Professor Nguyễn...

Refreshing Summer Specialties that capture the Vietnamese Street Food Culture

Vietnam is not only known for its tourist attractions, but also for its street food culture by foreign visitors. A food cart or a humble peddler is enough to bewitch you with...

Exploring Vietnamese Cuisine Via Roll Recipes

No one knows when Vietnamese people started to consider roll dishes as an indispensable part of their diverse and attractive cuisine or in what context they were created. However, it is undeniable...

Street coffee – A fine drinking culture of Vietnam

Each country has its own morning ritual. However, sipping a cup of coffee is generally a worldwide practice at the beginning of the day. In that way, coffee has become a global...

The Quintessence Of Quang’s Cuisine

Quang Nam is a popular tourist destination of Vietnam with many famous and notable landmarks such as Hoi An, My Son Sanctuary, Cham Islands, or the Tam Thanh Mural Village. In addition...

The culinary specialties of the 36 streets of Hanoi

Once mentioning Hanoi, the traditional pho that many people are passionate about is an unmissable topic. The intimate dish in the daily life of Hanoians is also the unique quintessence of Hanoi...

Best rice vermicelli dishes to try on the return to Vietnam

Bún đậu mắm tôm(Fermented shrimp paste with fried tofu and rice vermicelli)' Referring to bún...

Discover Top Favourite Cafes of the Youth in Hanoi

Giang Café Giang café is the perfect destination for those who fall in love with the...

A Small Corner to Enjoy Tea in Saigon

Verdant in the heart of Saigon In the heart of Saigon, Thương Library appears as a tranquil venue for those who are strongly passionate about the art of tea and...

A Look into Vietnamese Restaurants in Ontario During COVID-19

In the near future, your neighbourhood's favourite Vietnamese restaurants may look different, with two-meter markers on the floor and hand sanitizer prominent on the table next to the condiment set. The dining room...

Experience the Ancient-Town Atmosphere of Cafes in Hoi An

Hoi An – is an ideal place for those who cherish nostalgia and antiquity. Perhaps because of its unique colours, many people who have come here more or less got attached to...

Enjoy Great, Popular Saigonese Street Foods

People keep saying that Saigon is the convergence of culinary cultures all around the country. Perhaps it is also the reason for the diversities of Saigon cuisine that attracts the diners and...

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