Vietnamese Recipes

Bun Bo Hue, top iconic dish of Hue cuisine

Bun Bo Hue is one of delicious beef dish of Vietnamese food. When traveling to Vietnam you should try to this Spicy Beef Rice Vermicelli Soup. Bun Bo Hue is very unusual by combining beef and pork in one dish harmoniously. It tastes sweet of bones borth, salty of Hue shrimp paste, sour of pineapples and spicy of chilies at once.

La Vong grilled fish cake, the dish to try before you die

La Vong grilled fish cake is a very special dish originating from Hanoi. La Vong fish cake - The reputation of the 100-years-old-restaurant belonged to the Doan Family is spreading not only Vietnam but also overseas. In 2003, it was ranked No. 5 in the “top 10 places to see before you die” by MSNBC, an America’s leading news agency.

The hundred-years-journey of Pho

Pho appears popularly in all travel guides as a must-try or not-to-be-missed-dish in Vietnam. But have you ever curious about how pho was before its unique and fabulous flavor was defined as today?

Bánh xèo, Vietnamese savory pancake

“Bánh xèo” (Vietnamese savory pancake) is a popular and favorite dish throughout Vietnam. The cake is literally named for the loud sizzling sound it makes when the flour mixture is poured into a hot pan.

Cơm Tấm, superb fusion of Vietnamese culinary

“Cơm tấm” or Broken Rice is a specialty of the Southern Vietnam and Sai Gon (Ho Chi Minh City) is the most well-known “home” for this dish. From a normal meal of the commoners, “Cơm tấm” has become a famous dish thanks to the great and sophisticated combination with variety toppings by Sai Gon people.

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Cape Doi (Khanh Hoa Province) is the easternmost point of Vietnam mainland, where people can enjoy the first sunlight shedding in the S-shape country.