Known for their strangely large feet, Dong Tao chicken has for generations been a delicacy in Vietnam and mostly consumed during the Lunar New Year holiday.
Drivers pay out of pocket for online cash orders, expecting to be paid back by the customer — but, in Vietnam, the customers could disappear.
A Vietnamese restaurant that drowned up to 300 cats a month to feed diners has closed down.
Despite being well-aware of the potential harm caused by plastic waste, delivery apps and online retailers in Vietnam often cite convenience and cost-efficiency as justifications for their continued use of this material.
Hanoi’s centuries-old hometown specialty noodle soup, pho, is not only delicious, but a vehicle by which class lines can fade, according to a history of the dish published last year.
A photo which is believed to have been taken of a meal at Yen Nghia Middle School in Ha Dong District, Hanoi stirred up a storm on the Internet as its lunch portion appears modest against the price of VND32,000 (US$1.31),…
Mooncakes are part of a traditional festival, but they have increasingly become a commercial product that costs much more than their real value, according to readers.
When Australian Elizabeth Homfary passed by a local market in the HCMC neighborhood of Thao Dien a few years ago, she was frightened by a “strange” meatshop.
Hanoi should phase out the trading and consumption of dog and cat meat, the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development has said.
Many praise Vietnam as a food heaven, but there are several problems in the way we promote our foods.
The first Michelin-starred restaurants in Vietnam will be announced in Hanoi on June 6.
An international scientific conference took place in Ho Chi Minh City on Tuesday to discuss the historical journey of Vietnamese banh mi and its role in tourism development.
The U.S. was Vietnam’s biggest buyer of fisheries products in the first five months this year, accounting for 23 percent of exports.
A restaurateur who weathered the postwar trade embargo has found ways to benefit from ‘Lockdown 2.0’
The custom of eating dog meat has waned as incomes rise and the affluent keep the animals as pets
Hundreds of workers at seafood companies in the south of Vietnam have tested positive for coronavirus, according to the media, after officials eased some restrictions in and around the nation’s commercial hub of Ho Chi Minh City. More than 150…
China is the top destination for Vietnamese dragon fruit – representing over 80 per cent of total shipments and amounting to US$1 billion a year. Authorities in the Guangxi region, bordering Vietnam, found traces of coronavirus on packaging and cardboard…
Duong Thanh Ha of Mekong Delta’s Can Tho City has set up a charity stall with vegetables and foods to help people facing economic hardships due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
Located at the end of a series of classrooms in Thu Duc City, which is under Ho Chi Minh City, a small class named The French Bakery has become home for many poor students with a desire for a better future.
Rising river salinity is forcing rice farmers to switch to lucrative shrimp but the move threatens fragile mangrove ecosystems.
Authorities in Thua Thien-Hue Province, home to ancient town Hue, plan to seek UNESCO intangible cultural heritage recognition for its cuisine.
Different assessments of the damage inflicted by the marine disaster caused by Taiwanese steelmaker Formosa have prevented locals from selling or destroying their shrimp paste.
Many restaurants in HCMC have been found with more than 20 guests in violation of the limit imposed by authorities to contain the spread of Covid-19.
In his first few days, a 50-year-old French man in Saigon grew exasperated selling only a few fried bananas. However, things quickly looked up.
Vietnam’s fragrant noodle soups and fresh spring rolls have won fans across the globe, but mounting food safety scandals on the country’s streets are sparking a rising tide of anxiety among millennials about what they eat.
The similarities between nuoc mam and Roman garum : There are striking similarities between ancient Roman condiment garum and Asian fish sauces such as Vietnam’s nuoc mam, nam pla in Thailand and Japan’s gyosho Food historians are divided on the…