They are warm, soft and steamy and can be found the length and breadth of Vietnam. Emily Arnsten takes a look at what’s inside these fluffy little treasures.
If you like your noodle dishes to come with a smell, then look no further than bun dau mam tom. Get your nose around it, and it tastes amazing.
If any dish fulfils the Vietnamese obsession of rolling it yourself, it’s banh trang phoi suong, the ‘moon cake’ of Tay Ninh.
It’s the summer. It’s hot. So what better way to cool you down than a Vietnamese favourite — coconut ice-cream?
Hanoi-based writer Edward Dalton lets us in on his sweet little secret, his love for hoa qua dam.
A variation on Vietnam’s national dish, these days the once malignedc chicken pho is as much loved as the original.
There are times when you just have the urge for something that is fried, but are you game to go this far?