Vietnam is not only famous for the beauty nature, stunning landscapes, special cultures but also known as the place that service flavorful, colorful and extremely healthy cuisine. The country also has so many special kinds of ingredients that make the region's food more delicious and attracted. People often send their soul on the foods. That's why you can just only try the special local food, feeling the flavor and can understand their life, their culture and personality. Traveling in Vietnam you should not miss the most famous our traditional delicious dishes, such as Hue Beef Noodle Soup, Cao Lau, "Cha ca" La Vong, "Com" or Green Sticky Rice, etc.
"Cha Ca" (Hanoi Turmeric Fish) has long been a favorite dish of the Hanoi people. The ancient city has several shops selling the specialty but for many, "Cha Ca" La Vong stands above the rest in terms of quality and flavor. Both domestic and foreign visitors to Hanoi rave about the fish at "Cha Ca" La Vong restaurant, a shop that serves only this favorite dish.More info
"Day" cake is a traditional dish in Vietnam that is usually made on national holiday like King Hung Temple Festival. It's popular as offerings to offer ancestor on ancestral altar in every Vietnamese family. In the concept of Vietnamese, this cake represents their respect and gratitude to their ancestor.More info
Visiting Hanoi by the end of august or beginning of September, tourists not only can enjoy the smell of Alstonia (a very typical flower for fall in Hanoi) but also can enjoy "Com", one of the most favorite gifts during this season. "Com" is green rice flakes or grilled rice. It is made from unripe sticky rice.More info
Hue City has not only poetic landscape with Perfume River but also ancient palaces and tombs. "Com Hen" is traditional dishes of the Hue. "Com hen" is mixed with many rustic foods such as: banana flower, laksa leaves, peanuts… All things mixed with spices to make a bowl of "Com hen" - specialty of Hue.More info
The Hue often uses "Banh Beo" as snack cake. It is not expensive but has delicious taste and unique scent. "Banh Beo" is the specialty of hue dishes in daily life. Every day, as usual, from 3:00 am to 5:00 am, we often caught somewhere on the corner of street, women buy "Banh Beo".More info
Quang Nam's noodle (so-called "My Quang" in Vietnamese) is a special type of noodles that originated from Quang Nam Province, Vietnam. Nowadays, Quang Nam's noodle has become a popular dish in many provinces of the Central Vietnam (like Quang Nam Province, Danang City, etc.).More info
The origin of "Banh Cuon" is traced back from Northern Vietnam, no matter the exact date and time "Banh Cuon" was initially made, people seem not to deny that "Banh Cuon" has been made for years and served over and over. "Banh Cuon" is classified under wrap and rolls dishes in Vietnamese cuisine as a dedication to it nature and the name itself.More info
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