The sister restaurant of one of Hà Nội's best steakhouses is a treat in its own right thanks to fresh seafood and a classy ambiance
Ba Chẽ District in the northern province of Quảng Ninh has for a long time been known as a locality with great potential to develop eco-tourism in the northeastern region of the country.
During my recent trip to the northwestern province of Điện Biên, I was blown away by the unique flavour of mắc khén (the Thái ethnic group’s wild pepper) in dishes such as gà nướng (grilled chicken).
The National Office of Intellectual Property of Việt Nam last week recognised the brand ownership for a species of chives grown in Bình Hải Commune in the central province of Quảng Ngãi’s Bình Sơn District.
A group of 16 farmers in Tiên Hà Commune in the mountainous Tiên Phước district of Quảng Nam Province have joined together in a ‘green herb’ co-operative – a model that helps promote production chains of farm produce and herbs and develop eco-tourism.
Food company Vissan yesterday (January 30) opened its first Vissan Premium store on Lê Thánh Tôn Street in HCM City’s District 1 and launched herb-fed pork.
A replica of a forest where Ngọc Linh ginseng grows will be set up at an exhibition showcasing the heritage of the Central Highlands province of Kon Tum.
Scientists discovered 157 new animal and plant species in the Greater Mekong region last year, according to a report titled “New species on the block”.
Bánh ngải (wormwood cake) is one of famous specialties of Lạng Sơn’s Tày ethnic group. This popular dish leaves an impression on any traveller visiting the province.