Tucked away in a quiet stretch of Tây Hồ Street in Hà Nội’s Tây Hồ District, C’est bon café is the perfect place for a catch-up with friends on the weekend.
When HCM City locals think of jiaozi dumplings, or sủi cảo, they frequently think of Hà Tôn Quyền Street in District 11 where many restaurants run by Vietnamese of Chinese orign sell the dish every evening.
Việt Nam’s rice exports have expanded during the pandemic to surpass rival Thailand in price for the first time in three decades, leading experts to suggest the sector should consolidate its position.
Various streets in downtown Hà Nôi like Trần Phú, Phan Đình Phùng and Trần Hưng Đạo host tall old sấu trees.
Home Mộc Restaurant brings an extraordinary culinary experience beyond popular recipes for fans of lobster. Let’s dive in the ocean of lobster delicacies. Minh Thu leads the way.
Though its appearance may be unappetising, beef offal stew is a popular dish and a specialty of HCM City's District 4 due to its creamy soup and soft texture.
French Grill in Hà Nội offers quality food and luxurious, elegant atmosphere.
Delicious food can sometimes remedy a tired soul, in the most enjoyable and happy of ways. Bùi Quỳnh Hoa tries some seafood saviours.
Viễn Dương Restaurant has its entire facade open to customers, with aquariums of fish and squid, shells and shrimps for diners to choose from.