Vietnam Cuisine

Many of international tourists consider steamed rice, fish sauce, pho and square cake as symbolic dishes of Vietnam. However, besides those dishes, there is a plenty of things about Vietnam cuisine that will surprise foreign visitors. Along the country, each city, province, district, commune, evenly village has its unique special dishes. Come to Vietnam, visitors will have a chance to enjoy extremely delicious dishes which can be made sophisticatedly or simply but definitely cannot be seen anywhere outside Vietnam. 

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There's a palpable energy in the streets of Ho Chi Minh City. The city formerly known as Saigon is the epicenter of Vietnam's capitalist heartbeat, and since the enactment of economic reforms in the late 1980s, the country has been slowly transforming from rags to riches, with Saigon as its poster child for economic prosperity.
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It would be a shame if someone visited the Mekong Delta province of Ca Mau and came away without trying dishes made from bồn bồn. Bồn bồn (cattail, or bulrush) is a reed-like wild plant with long, firm leaves, olive-green, three-sided stems and drooping clusters of small spikelets. It usually grows in swamps or wetlands, and is…
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