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Saigon’s baguette (bánh mỳ Sài gòn)

Saigon's baguette (bánh mỳ Sài gòn)

Vietnamese love bread, especially baguette! It probably comes from our history when French culture, cuisine have influence on our lifestyle! I’m not an exception! I used love baking bread! If beef noodle, broken rice are our favorite breakfast, bread or as we say “bánh mỳ” is on the top, because it’ mobile, easy to take

The Cafe Quarter, Saigon


There are thousands of great independent coffee shops in Saigon, but Phú Nhuận District – just north of downtown – is the city’s unofficial ‘café capital’. Within this district there’s an area I like to call the ‘Café Quarter’. Bounded by the Thị Nghè Channel to the south and Phan Xích Long Boulevard to the

Banh Khot, A Vung Tau Street Speciality

Banh Khot, A Vung Tau Street Speciality

Every little village in Vietnam seems to have its own special dish. When Vietnamese travel in their own country, trying the local speciality is an absolute must – and I am more than happy to tag along, eating multi-course multi-site meals, with plenty of exotic snacks in between. In Vung Tau, a former fishing village

Top 8 foods in Tay Ninh

Trang Bang soup cake

Tây Ninh is a provincial city in southwestern Vietnam. It is the capital of Tây Ninh Province, which encompasses the town and much of the surrounding farmland. Tây Ninh is approximately 90 km to the northwest of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s largest city. As of 2013, the city had a population of 153,537, and

Saigon food

Banh Xeo

Saigon food – Southern Cuisine, where is much influenced by Chinese cuisine, Cambodia, Thailand. Southern cuisine is also used more seafood than saltwater and brackish North (fish, shrimp, crabs, sea snails), and very special to the rustic. South Vietnam tours “Banh Xeo” “Banh xeo” are popular dishes are very familiar with the southern. Who have

Our top 5 things to eat in Mekong Delta

Elephant Ear Fish

Elephant fish Brush up on your culinary knowledge before travelling to the Mekong Delta. Here are Our top 5 things to eat in Mekong Delta specialities: 1. Elephant Ear Fish Weird but wonderful, the Elephant Ear Fish is a real Mekong delicacy and absolutely delicious. The whole fish is fried to crispy perfection and served on

Grilled Chicken Meat with Soya Cheese Recipe

Have you ever thought that you can combine Chicken meat with soya cheese before? Yes, we all can do that. The dish is called Grilled Chicken Meat with Soya Cheese (Gà Nướng Chao). It comes from many stunning Vietnamese Chicken Recipes. If you love chicken and soya cheese, I think here is a great dish

Vietnamese Spring Rolls

Vietnamese Spring Rolls

I can imagine those spring rolls very well at a dinner party, the kind with a buffet. Or as a light and satisfying lunch. All right, let’s get started INGREDIENTS 0.5 (12 ounce) package rice paper sheets 1 (1 1/2 ounce) package cellophane noodles 1 head butter lettuce, roughly chopped 1 bunch basil, stems removed

Fried Chopped Fish Ball with Bread

Fried Chopped Fish Ball with Bread

You only need less time for making one of amazing Vietnamese Sandwich Recipes like the dish I will introduce today. It is called Fried Chopped Fish Ball with Bread (Bánh Mì Chả Cá). One hot dish in breakfast for your family is never a bad choice. Let us create something new for your beloved persons

Vietnamese vermicelli with grilled beef – bun bo Nam Bo

Vietnamese vermicelli with grilled beef - bun bo Nam Bo

This dish is a vermicelli noodle dish served with grilled marinated beef, fresh vegetables, some pickled carrot and the Vietnamese ‘nuoc cham’. The name that I write is a name that the people from the north call it, literally means ‘Southern beef noodle’. However, if you go to find this dish in the south of