When having most Vietnamese food, “nuoc mam” or Fish Sauce is the indispensable spice of much deliciousness.
Tourists traveling about in Vietnam are sure to encounter a different recipe, and sometimes even a different name, for “banh xeo” depending on which region and province they are visiting.
This dish is called Nem Ran by northerners and Cha Gio by southerners. In Hanoi, the introduction of Nem Ran dates back to a time when Cha Ca had not existed.
Most people think of the more well-known Nuoc Mam (Vietnamese Fish Sauce) when it comes to flavoring and dipping Vietnamese food.
Banh bao or steamed bun dumpling cake is a very popular Vietnamese dish as is sold at Vietnamese market, Vietnamese fast food stores and restaurants
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.
Wandering around Vietnam's streets early in the morning, travellers can easily catch sight of a scrum of people gathering at a corner, waiting impatiently....
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.
Hanoi is famous for its speciality green rice flake cakes which are sold in Hang Than street. Hang Than is just among more than 20 culinary streets in Hanoi which has about 70 streets with their first name of Hang.
Hung Yen is a delta province in the North, having a favorable road, waterway and railway system for social, cultural and economic exchanges and development.