Bun thang (“Ladder” soft noodle soup – Bún Thang) is typical dish for Culinary Arts of Hanoi. It is said that Hanoi cuisine is very picky, subtle, and it is also true with Bun Thang.
A traditional Tet meal is not meant just for families, neighbors and guests but is also a tribute to ancestors and the departed. As such, a New Year meal incorporates both foods for sacrifice and foods for the stomach.
Easily find at every street corner in Hanoi, Bun Dau Mam Tom is a popular Hanoi's food which many visitors love to eat.
Banh ran is popular street food for breakfast in Hanoi and Vietnam. There are two main kinds of banh ran, namely salty cake and sweet one with the latter being much more common than the former.
Besides Chưng or Tét cake, Mứt also is one of indispensable foods on Tet holiday in Vietnam. There are a lot kinds of Mứt, the most popular are Mứt Dừa (Candied Coconut Ribbons), Mứt Quất (kumquat jam), Mứt Me (Candied Tamarind).
Suong Sa Hat Luu is kind of sweet dessert in Hanoi and Vietnam that many people love to eat.
Dua Cai Chua (also known as Pickled Mustard Greens) is traditional dish which usually appears in Vietnamese's daily meal. It brings the unique feature of Vietnamese cuisine and often is served with salty dishes such as meat stew, fried fish,...
Banh Chung is the most popular and delicious traditional Vietnamese food and irreplaceable cake of Vietnamese people in the Tet Holidays.
A good dish for cold days in Vietnam, “Banh Goi” attracts guests at first sight for its pretty baby pillow shape and its colorful...
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