During her official visit to Vietnam, Crown Princess of Sweden Victoria Ingrid Alice Desiree tried ‘Bun bo Nam bo’, a popular dish in Hanoi on May 7.
‘Banh trang tron’ (rice paper salad), has recently become a popular street food for young people in big cities in Vietnam.
Banh da ke (millet rice cracker) is a flavourful snack enjoyed by Hanoians which is a harmonious taste of the crispness of the rice cracker, the aroma of millet, and the sweetness of sugar and mung bean puree.
Ho Chi Minh City authorities are planning to establish separate areas for street food vendors along some 159 routes following the successful operation of its ‘food streets’ in the past months.
Black sesame sweet soup, a sweet, commonly served after meals as a mid afternoon snack, is a smooth and luscious soup with a rich toasted sesame taste that’s particularly popular in Hoi An ancient city.
Cupcakes are predictable – they are named that way because they are baked in cup-shaped containers, and they are cakes.
Many people are drawn to a destination just because of how well it triggers their appetite, and for that reason, Hanoi is one of the world’s greatest cities to visit, The Telegraph recommends.