We review Calgary’s best Vietnamese restaurants for authenticity and taste. Our top-rated Vietnamese restaurants are Pho Mr. Q and Pho 99.
Vietnamese mooncakes are a thick, dense, hearty sweet-bean cake with a doughy exterior. They are eaten only around the Mid-Autumn festival.
Which are the best Vietnamese restaurants in Toronto, judged by Vietnamese for authenticity?
We’ve travelled all over Vietnam to sample food. Here is our top 10 list of breakfast meals to eat: from pho to mi to banh hoi and more.
From who eats first, to chopsticks faux-pas: 24 tips. rules, do’s and don’ts about dining in Vietnam for expats.
Our top 10 favourite street-food dishes in Hanoi and where to go, plotted on an interactive map. From Spicy crepes to Phở to spring rolls.
A DIY tour of funky cafes in Hanoi with delicious exotic coffees, like yogurt coffee, coconut coffee, egg coffee and great things to see along the way.
Why are the tables and chairs so tiny in Vietnam? The reasons speak to Vietnam’s interesting economic history and entrepreneurial spirit.
Vietnam is ranked #1 sustainable tourism destination in Asia. Top reasons why Vietnam ranks so highly: nature, food, culture, history, shopping, and more.
Một Hai Ba is Vietnamese for One Two Three. It is approximately pronounced like “Mut” (down-tone) “Hi” (as in Hi!) “Ba” (like a sheep). Audio lessons included.
If you want vegetarian food at a Vietnamese restaurant, just say “Ăn chay“, which is Vietnamese for “I am vegetarian”. Vietnam is great for Vegetarians.
One of the highlights of visiting Đà Nẵng and Hội An is food-tourism: embark on a DIY food-tour to sample amazing spicy foods like Mi Quang, Banh Uot Cuon, and Banh Beo.
“Stunting” was as high as 34% in Vietnam in the 1990’s. With better nutrition, the height of Vietnamese has changed. We use scientistic studies and personal to answer: “Why are Vietnamese so short?”
Nước means anything liquidy, from drinking water (nước) to the sauce for bánh hỏi. As a traveller in Vietnam, you must know nước mía.
Our authentic Vietnamese banh mi recipe. The key to authentic Vietnamese Bánh Mi is: i) heaping quantities off fresh cilantro and mint; and ii) the savory sauce. No need for fancy baquettes. We share our easy-to-make banh mi sauce recipe and a few cooking tips.
Bánh mì is pronounced like “bang me”. Bánh loosely means baked-good and mì means “wheat flour”…