“Banh it” - sticky rice cake


It is true that “Banh it” is a must try specialty of the Central Region in Vietnam!

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“Cốm” - Autumn’s special gift


"Cốm" (green sticky rice) is a delicacy that is made only in autumn and cherished by all Vietnamese. For Hanoians, nothing evokes autumn like the taste of young rice from Vong village, the grain so sweetly scented that they left a lasting impression..

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“Banh Phu The”– Vietnamese conjugal cake


In Vietnam,“Banh Phu The” is a special cake, which symbolises the loyalty of a husband and wife...
 

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“Bun goi da”


“Bun goi da” is a special noodle soup which is one of the most appreciated by visitors to Soc Trang Province

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“Ô mai” – a dilicious nosh!


“Ô mai” is salted dry apricot or sugared dry apricot that is a favourite nosh for many people in Hanoi and other provinces.

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Quang noodle, so good speciality!


Knowing Vietnamese noodles can be extremely helpful, as “pho” is to Hanoi and beef rice noodles is to Hue, Quang noodles is very popular in Quang Nam and Da Nang.

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“Giò” – Vietnamese dainty morsel in Spring


On the Tet traditional tray of food according to Vietnamese culture, with traditional dishes such as Chung cake, chicken meat, spring rolls and so on, “giò” is one of the dainty morsels. Today, when “giò” almost become daily food and there are more variour and attractive dishes on the tray, delicious dish of “giò” cannot be missed...

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Tea or Coffee in Vietnam


It is not accidental when you are often invited to enjoy a cup of coffee or tea when you visit offices or traditional restaurants in Vietnam. Coffee and tea are likely to be a beautiful culture of Vietnamese and it is always in their mind and this saying will be spoken out as a habit when they welcome their guests.

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Unique coffee culture in Ho Chi Minh City


There is no doubt that Vietnam – the 2nd largest coffee producer in the world is well known for consuming coffee at a large amount. So here comes to Saigon, where drinking coffee has been an exclusive culture than any places of Vietnam.

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Hanoi’s coffee culture, like no other


Sai Gon has coffee on high floor, and under ground, etc., whereas Hanoi has street coffee and traditional cafeteria. The competition between Trung Nguyen coffee system, modern Cappuccino coffee and traditional coffee is still equal. This reveals that the Hanoians retain some uniqueness of their ancient lifestyle.

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