Balls in Vietnamese Cuisine

Vietnamese Cuisine

Pork balls, crab balls, fish balls, beef balls… are favorite of Vietnamese people. Most of balls are has smooth, compact texture and unbelievable flavors. We usually serve noodle soup with these balls. If you have chance to visit Vietnam, do not miss authentic Vietnamese cuisine with balls. 1. Beef balls Pho with Beef balls Beef ball is one of […]

Read More...

Soup Cake with Duck in Mekong Delta

Soup Cake

Soup Cake with Duck or Banh Canh Vit is a favorite food in Mekong Delta.  With gelatinous broth and thick rice noodles, Soup Cake with Duck is different from others such as Pho (Vietnamese Beef Noodle Soup), Hu Tieu (Clear Rice Noodle Soup), Bun Ca (Rice Noodle Soup with Fish) with clear broth and thin […]

Read More...

How to eat boiled fertilized duck egg in Vietnam?

Boiled fertilized duck egg

Boiled fertilized duck egg or Hot vit lon luoc is considered as a delicious and healthy food in Vietnam. Coming to Vietnam, travelers shouldn’t miss trying this amazing food. Sellers usually boil fertilized duck egg and keep warm until it’s ordered. The egg is served hot in an egg cup. Fresh Vietnamese mint which adds freshness and […]

Read More...

Vietnamese Fermented Foods

Vietnamese Fermented Acetes Paste Or Mam Ruoc

Fermented foods have played an important role in Vietnamese cuisine. Mother Nature gives Vietnam lots of meat, fishes, shrimps, vegetables… Fermentation is a good way to process waste foods in many countries including Vietnam. Vietnamese fermented foods are not only delicious but also healthy. People in Vietnam can eat raw fermented foods or use them […]

Read More...

Hue Steamed Rice with Baby Clams (Com Hen)

Hue Steamed Rice with Baby Clams (Com Hen)

Hue Steamed Rice with Baby Clams or Com Hen is one of the most famous Hue dishes which tourists should not miss when travel to the old kingdom of Vietnam. Steamed rice is popular in Vietnam, however in Hue, they eat steamed rice in a very Hue style. Crunchy rice is served cold with baby […]

Read More...

Top 10 Saigon Food Streets

Street food is an important part of Saigon culture. Saigon people take street food seriously. Street food stalls are everywhere in Saigon. I would like to share top 10 Saigon food streets where you can find the best street foods in this city. 1. Wonton on Ha Ton Quyen street In Chinese cuisine, wonton is […]

Read More...

Full Moon Festival In Saigon In The Past

Mid-Autumn festival in the past

Besides the Tet (Vietnamese New Year), the Full Moon Festival (or Mid-Autumn Festival) is the second biggest festival in our country. Mid-Autumn is the day when the moon is at its brightest in a year. In that spirit, people worship the Moon Genie, promote culture and familial love. At the festival, Vietnamese people enjoy mooncakes, […]

Read More...

Phở Saigon In The Past

Pho in Saigon

Phở is a special dish with origins in the North Vietnam. It is said that Phở appeared in Saigon in 1951-1952 along with Tally Card Songs theaters (also known as hát ả đào – an ancient genre of chamber music featuring female vocalists), one in Monceau hamlet and one in Dai Dong hamlet. Phở and […]

Read More...

Top Seafood Dishes In Ho Chi Minh city

Top Seafood Dishes In Ho Chi Minh City There are countless of street foods in Ho Chi Minh city (Saigon) and seafood is one of the most favorite dishes among locals and tourists. Saigon people usually eat seafood at street foods stalls in the evening. Traveling to Saigon, foreign visitors should try amazing seafood and […]

Read More...