Along with bánh canh, a thick rice-noodle soup, hủ tiếu (thin rice-noodle soup) is a popular dish in southern Viet Nam, and it also happens to be my favourite.
With Thai chef Suriyan Boon-Oi, executive sous chef of Windsor Plaza Hotel
How wonderful it is to enjoy a meal from the top of a building overlooking Long Biên Bridge and the Old Quarter. Ngô Minh enjoys the view and the food.
Fried cheese sticks may well be a snack far more common in the western world, but there’s something about this particularly delicacy that keeps the Vietnamese coming back for more, and more, and more.
Đà Lạt is more than a land of romance and brings different feelings to visitors depending on the season.
Making sauces to accompany food is a challenge for any chef and the world of sauces can be a jungle that novice cooks falter in.
The jellyfish needed for a noodle dish need to be the size of a big toe and a dark white colour, which is often found near offshore islands.
Perched on the 65th-floor rooftop of the Lotte Hotel, Top of Hanoi offers a spectacular panoramic view of the Hà Nội skyline and serves modern brasserie-style cuisine.