Connoisseurs will have a chance to taste the flavours created by Michelin-starred chef Marc De Passorio in Ha Noi for a series of events hosted by the Sheraton Hanoi Hotel.
There are a lot of delicious dishes in central Vietnam, but the most popular specialties are beef noodle soup, grilled spring rolls and rice paper cake wrapped with pork meat. Now tourists can taste these dishes in Hanoi.
Healthy diets almost always contain fish, which is high in protein with fewer calories than other meat sources. It's also one of nature's most versatile foods.
Different fillings, pate, rolls, eggs with crispy crust and steak have all made Vietnamese bread (banh mi) sandwiches world-famous street food.
If you are going to Hue City, don’t miss the imperial citadel, the tombs, the Thien Mu Pagoda and, of course, the clam rice, a mouthwatering delicacy that began as a humble breakfast dish for the poor centuries ago.
Banh Tet La Cam is the traditional violet sticky rice cake of the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho. Let's take a tour to see how it is made.
Vietnamese cuisine is so famous that many well-known chefs in the world have cookedits famous dishes.
Unlike the abovementioned cakes, khoai cake contains many ingredients and goes through totally different processing procedures.
Those who visit Hanoi during this time of the year should savor cha ruoi, a specialty made from sand worm widely available in the sea.
Among the dishes of Mekong Delta cuisine, the southern pancake is a stand-out.
Gone are the days of boring continental breakfasts. Instead, we're saying "good morning" with dumplings, prosciutto with sliced melon, and airy eggs Benedict at some of the best breakfasts our editors have eaten at hotels around the world.
Being proud of the latest champion of TGSA 2016, Le Vo Anh Duy is passionately continuing his journey to discover new spices and to introduce good Vietnamese food.
The spices that raising up gastronomical stream inside us are so plentiful. The mellow and unforgettable strong taste of them, however, just can be counted on fingers. The fruits of A. Tonkinensis swaying in late summer, are among them.
© 2014 / All rights & Copyrights reserved.
Golden Spoon Awards
Phone: +84 650 3668899