Mộc Châu is most famous for its beautiful landscapes and fresh milk, but delicacies such as bê chao (pan-seared veal) have also helped spread the word about food in the area far and wide.
Each city and province in Việt Nam is known for its local produce and specialities – Hà Nội is famous for its phở, bún bò from the central city of Huế and original nem nướng Cái Răng from the southern province of Cần Thơ.
Nộm da trâu (buffalo skin salad) and nhót xanh cuốn bắp cải (green elaeagnus latifolia) wrapped in cabbage, are unique and tasty specialties of the ethnic Thái group in the northwestern province of Sơn La.
Any gourmet worth his salt knows that side-dishes are crucial value additions to most meals, and some of them are so tasty that they are as important, if not more so, than the main dish.
Việt Nam’s biggest traditional holiday, known as Tết, is approaching very near us. Foodwise would like to tell you most tasty and delicious Tết dishes cooked by locals in the country’s three regions.