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​Quail egg cakes, variety of toppings allure patrons to HCMC market

16:39 | 27/10/2020

Rich baked quail eggs combined with the flavors of sausages, dried shrimp and shredded pork are trending in Saigon.

Making ‘com’: A way for Tay ethnic people to well spend spare time on rainy days

09:16 | 21/10/2020

Every year in the new crop season, Tay ethnic people in the northern mountainous communes of Na Lo, Ta Chai, Na Hoi and Ban Lien in Bac Ha district, Lao Cai province make ‘com’ (young sticky rice flakes) as an offering for their ancestors.

A Saigon banh mi says: get stuffed again

15:32 | 20/10/2020

A crunchy baguette stuffed with veggies that are themselves stuffed with fish cake is satiating gourmet palettes in Saigon without burning holes in pockets.

Grilled Vietnamese rice 'pizza' the talk of the town

19:02 | 18/10/2020

A combination of savory beef jerky, aromatic scallions, fatty pate, and creamy quail egg yolk, this Da Nang dish, grilled rice paper, bears the heart of local youth.

Ha Long hand-made squid paste: A delicacy of Quang Ninh province

20:55 | 14/10/2020

Cha muc' (squid paste) is a delicious dish which has won the favour of both local residents in Ha Long City and tourists. It tops the list of must-try dishes for visitors to the northern province of Quang Ninh

Nha Trang-style tuna noodle soup in HCMC

14:25 | 14/10/2020

A food stall in HCMC has become well-known for its tuna darne noodle soup, a dish originating in the coastal resort town of Nha Trang.

Da crab, specialty in Phuong Hoang land

19:38 | 11/10/2020

(BGO) – Da crab now becomes specialty in Yen Dung district (Bac Giang province). Since the late half of lunar August, it has appeared in many family meals and party in several restaurants.   

‘Com am phu’: A heavenly dish from Hue

19:38 | 11/10/2020

The ancient city of Hue often sees people enquiring about its cuisine, which not only boasts many exotic delicacies, but also some weird names. And names do not come any weirder than ‘com am phu' (hell rice).