Vietnamese Mixed Clear Rice Noodles

Vietnamese Mixed Clear Rice Noodles

Vietnamese mixed clear rice noodles are favorite rice noodles in South Vietnam and it has become more and more popular in Central, North Vietnam and other countries. In South Vietnam, there are many factories which produce this kind of rice noodles. On some trips to Mekong Delta, they may introduce to tourists clear rice noodle […]

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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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Deep-fried Elephant-ear Fish In Mekong Delta

Deep-fried Elephant-ear Fish

Being crispy outside but tender inside, smelling, pretty delicious and healthy is highlight of Deep-fried Elephant-ear Fish (Ca Tai Tuong Chien Xu) – a specialty food of Mekong Delta. Giant gourami is a kind of freshwater fish weighing 0.5-1.5 kg. In Vietnam, they live in ponds and swamps and are called Elephant-ear fish because it looks like an elephant’s ear. The […]

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Duck Blood (Tiet Canh Vit) in Vietnam

Duck Blood Or Tiet Canh Vit

Duck blood (Tiet canh vit) is one of Vietnamese traditional food which has won the hearts of many dinners in the country. Vietnamese people don’t throw away blood of animals and poultry but use blood as ingredient of delicious dishes. They can boil or steam the blood to make Blood pudding used to top Hue […]

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Vietnamese Fish Pie

Vietnamese Fish Pie Mother Nature gives Vietnam a lots of fishes which play an important role in the country’s cuisine for good health and great taste. Made from fish meat, Fish Pie or Cha Ca is a favorite food in Vietnam. There are many kinds of fishes (featherback fish, basa fish, king mackerel fish, tilapia fish, trout fish…) which […]

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A rainy morning in Ho Chi Minh City

Woke up in early morning in Ho Chi Minh city, I looked out of the window of my hotel and found out that it was raining. I opened the door but I had to close it immediately because the wind was so strong that it blew some papers on the table. It was my second […]

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Top Drinks In Ho Chi Minh City

Top Drinks In Ho Chi Minh City

Top Drinks on Saigon Street Anyone who has been in Ho Chi Minh city (or Saigon) must never forget the extremely hot summer. There are many ways to beat the scorching on these days. The best way is grabbing a cool drink on Saigon street. Which drink would you like to drink to quench your […]

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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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Nightlife in Ho Chi Minh City – An awesome Ho Chi Minh food tour

Ho Chi Minh’s manic energy by day gives hints at the city’s energy levels after the sun goes down. The streets may quieten down a little but Ho Chi Minh keeps charging along till the early hours. There’s plenty to do after dinner whether you’re looking for a quiet drink in a cool space, some […]

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