Con market is considered as a paradise of snacks with many eateries selling famous dishes such as Bun mam (Rice noodle and fish sauce), Oc xao (Stirred-fried snails), Banh canh and Jackfruit salad…
Domestic and foreign tourists coming to Hoi An, in addition to visiting the monuments and experience the nightlife activities, can enjoy the street food, with simple and unique food in here.
Coming to the island, about 25 minutes by canoe form Hoi An city, you do not only admire the pristine and peaceful beauty in here, but also cannot resist the 7 following specialties.
Saigon has sweet soup shops everywhere, but the sweet soup lovers cannot miss the one on Nguyen Tri Phuong street (singing while selling), the one on the sidewalk of District 3 or Cambodian sweet soup shop with many unique dishes in District 10.
Quang noodle – a traditional dish of Da Nang and Quang Nam people. Quang noodle is bigger, flat and thicker than Pho in the Northern.
Travelling to the coastal city, you should not forget to bring one of the best 7 specialties of Nha Trang as a gift for your friends and family.
Just done dried and steamed fish rolls, crispy fresh jelly fish, clear broth together with fresh vegetables, tomato and chili combine in a bowl of Bun at the price of 20,000VND which is enough for you to know the flavor of coastal city.
Vietnam is divided into three geographical regions: North, Central and South. Although there are common features in the dining style, 3 regions still have different characteristics by region, making the feature difficult to mix.
About Hanoi cuisine, it is a reference to a rich cuisine that combines traditional dishes and many modern dishes, but especially Hanoi's cuisine has its own special features so it is difficult for people to confuse the taste of food from other places.
Located on a busy corner of District 1’s pretty Ham Nghi neighborhood, Nhu Lan Bakery has been famous for its fresh, flavorful bread since it opened in 1972.