Making a meal of veal in an open space
Having grilled veal and a veal hotpot in an open space overlooking the Red River hits all the spots, Mộc Miên enthuses
Enjoying chả cá away from crowded, noisy restaurants gives the iconic dish a homely touch, Hoàng Linh finds
You’ll be spoiled for choice at Ngân Đình Saigon. Dim sum, Cantonese BBQ and coconut marshmallow rabbits are only a few of the restaurant’s delicacies that will have you quickly making a return booking. Mỹ Duyên samples the fare.
A newly opened restaurant in the capital city is an optimal place to enjoy signature specialties of the south, Hồng Vân finds
Hà Nội’s Lý Nam Đế street is not known for having a bustling array of restaurant. In fact, the street is so quiet in the shades of ancient trees it has become a home to some of the country’s older residents. Hence my surprise at finding a new Korean grill named Daebak.
A popular restaurant in picturesque Ninh Bình Province serves two popular specialties with several homemade touches. Thanh Ha tries it out
Even someone who baulks at eating uncooked fish is tempted into tasting and enjoying it at the Sài Gòn Sakura Restaurant in Hà Nội. Hà Nguyễn explains why.
Every Vietnamese child has grown up with quà chiều in their kindergarten years. Many years ago, during times of economic hardship, a quà chiều could have been something as simple as half a banana.
A naturally wary Hanoian steps into a restaurant in Paris, and is blown away by the iconic noodle soup on offer. Hoang Anh describes his experience.
Compact eatery in an upscale HCM City mall serves delicious, reasonably priced Thai food, Mỹ Duyên reports