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 […]

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What to eat at BBQ restaurants in Saigon?

saigon street food tour - BBQ restaurants in Saigon

Gathering at night at BBQ restaurants in Saigon and BBQ stalls to eat grilled dishes, drink some beer and talk about everything around the world has become a part of culture. Most of Vietnamese people prefer grill foods themselves at restaurants/stalls. Marinated foods, charcoal, grill grid, food tong are set on tables so that dinners […]

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Bamboo Shoots in Vietnamese Cuisine

Bamboo Shoots in Vietnamese Cuisine

Bamboo Shoots in Vietnamese Cuisine Bamboo shoots are popular around the world and has thousands of uses. This kind of tree is used as materials in building for scaffolding, bridges and houses. People can produce decorations, souvenirs, kitchenware, paper… from bamboo. Nevertheless, not many people know about that bamboo shoot is an ingredient to make lots of […]

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50 Best Foods In Ho Chi Minh City (And Where To Eat Them)

1. Vietnamese sandwich (Bánh Mì) For over two decades Banh Mi has been making traditional Vietnamese sandwiches and much more. Toasted baquettes stuffed with savory meats enhanced with mayo, hot peppers, pickled carrots, daikon, cucumber and cilantro. Read more about Vietnamese Sandwich: A Story About Vietnamese Sandwich Where to eat Bánh Mì in Ho Chi Minh […]

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A Story About Vietnamese Sandwich (Banh Mi)

Vietnamese Sandwich – Banh Mi “Happily, I’d eaten some of the best sandwiches I’d ever had. But is the Banh Mi the best sandwich in the world?” That’s what David Farley wrote about Vietnamese Sandwich (Bánh Mì) on BBC Travel. Today Vietnamese people are very proud of Vietnamese sandwich. I would like to tell you a […]

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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 […]

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Saigon Mooncake in the Past and at Present

During 1860s, Saigon people come to China Town (Cholon) on Tran Hung Dao street to buy delicious traditional moon cakes at every mid-autumn moon festival. Mooncake is considered symbol of blessing and reunion. Mooncake was born in China. Various legends about the origin of mooncake have been circulating in China throughout the years. At first the […]

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Special Foods for Tet Celebrations in Vietnam

Tet is the most important celebration of Vietnamese culture. Through the foods meticulously prepared that brings families together in gastronomic enjoyment – the Tet is always mindful of the connection between humans and their natural and spiritual world. What’s eaten in Tet differs from region to region in Vietnam because of differences in weather (thus […]

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Butter Fried Quail In Saigon

Butter Fried Quail in Saigon is one of most famous street foods here, which is sold in small rolling metal cart. However the best Butter Fried Quail known by most foodie in Saigon is a small restaurant Co Nam at 56 Dong Nai street, District 10. The restaurant is opened since 5 pm daily and […]

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