Vietnamese Sweet Soup

Chè (roughly translates as “sweet soup” or “sweet pudding”) is a Vietnamese term that refers to any traditional Vietnamese sweet beverage, dessert soup or pudding. It may be served hot or cold in bowls, glasses, or over ice and eaten with a spoon. Photo by Scooter Saigon Tour Photo by Scooter Saigon Tour Photo by […]

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Sweet and Sour Soup in Mekong Delta

Vietnamese Sweet And Sour Soup (Canh Chua) is a traditional dish that’s popular in Southern Vietnam – Mekong Delta. The dish has perfect blend of sweet, sour and spicy. The sour flavor is from the kaffir lime leaf and tamarind powder and the sweetness is from the crushed pineapple. Sweet and sour soup with fish – Photo […]

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Vietnamese Coffee and The Best Cafes in Saigon

The French Jesuits introduced coffee to Vietnam in the 1870s and establishing coffee plantations in Dak Lak province in Central Highlands of the country. With dark, rich, full-bodied Robusta coffee beans, Vietnam is now the second largest coffee exporter after Brazil. With condensed and high caffeine content, Vietnamese coffee has more authentic, subtle, and charming […]

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Vietnamese Square Sticky Rice Cake

Vietnamese traditional foods

Vietnamese Square Sticky Rice Cake (Banh Chung) is the most popular and delicious traditional Vietnamese food and irreplaceable cake in the Tet Holidays (January 1st in the Lunar Calendar) and King Hung’s anniversary (March 10th in the Lunar Calendar). Photo by Scooter Saigon Tour Traditional Vietnamese Square Sticky Rice Cake – Photo by Scooter Saigon Tour Dong leaves […]

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Vietnamese Mixed Rice Paper Salad

It is appropriate with every ages, most Vietnamese people totally fall in love with this food. From morning to evening, they can buy it for their snack meals. It can be found on almost every pavement in metal cart rolling along the street.Undoubtedly, Vietnamese Mixed Rice Paper Salad isn’t the healthiest snacks out there, but […]

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