The province of Phu Tho is known for lang fish, which is a type of catfish caught in the rivers that flow through the area. There are many ways to cook the fish, some of which I tried on a recent trip out of Hanoi.

Hung Yen is famous for not only ancient historical and cultural relics but also delicious food.

It is a paper-thin steamed rice flour pancake, much like delicate sheets of fresh rice noodles. To make the cake delicious, it is necessary to select the special rice variety which is grown in Vinh Loc, Yen Dinh, Thieu Hoa and Hoang Hoa. This rice variety is very tasty with a regular and round seed.

Hanoi is welcoming the season of red jellyfish. Let’s go to the following famous places to enjoy this delicious dish. Salted red jellyfish is one of the popular foods in Hanoi, but it comes from Hai Phong.

Whenever visiting any tourism destination in any country in the world, most travelers spend a considerable amount of time exploring and enjoying the wild wonders of cuisines there. Travellers to Halong Bay are no exception, and for good reason. There is so much incredible gastronomy at this charming Bay, for foodies and newcomers alike.

Halong tourism in particular and Quang Ninh in general not only owns beautiful natural landscapes but also many famous and savoury specialties from sea waves. Here are the lists of can-not-miss dishes that you should try when visiting Halong.

In the past few years Vietnamese food has become more and more popular around the world. Food lovers may have tried the two best known Vietnamese dishes – spring rolls and bread rolls. Rice, noodles, fresh vegetable and herbs all play big roles in Vietnamese food, making it one of the healthiest cuisines in the world.

Bánh bột lọc is a small, clear-looking, chewy tapioca dumpling in Vietnamese cuisine that can be eaten as appetizers or small snacks. They are usually filled with shrimp and pork belly, often being topped with fried shallots and served with sweet chili fish sauce.

Vietnam’s specialties, from farm produce to handicrafts, are not likely to succeed in the international market despite protected geographical indication.

Popiah is a Fujian/Chaozhou-style fresh spring roll common in Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. Popiah is often eaten in the Fujian province of China (usually in Xiamen) and its neighbouring Chaoshan (and by the Teochew and Hokkien diaspora in various regions throughout Southeast Asia) during the Qingming Festival.