Banh Mi Vietnam

Banh Mi Vietnam

Banh mi Vietnam (Vietnamese Traditional Bread) is really popular in Vietnam, it also has another name “Saigon baguette or Fried pork bread”. This is...

Korean Kimchi

Due to the enormous value for people's health, kimchi nowadays becomes a wellknown food, not just limited to Korea but in international scale. In Korean, kimchi is a traditional side dish that is served in almost every meals. The main ingredients of kimchi are different vegetables and the mix of seasoning used to flavor kimchi that creates hundreds of varieties of kimchi.
Khao Pad

Khao Pad (Fried Rice)

Khao Pad (Fried Rice) is a variety of fried rice typical of central Thai cuisine. In Thai, khao means “rice” and pad means “of...
Braised fish

Braised fish in Clay Pot (Cá kho tộ)

Braised fish is a traditional food in a clay pot – a quintessential bite of Vietnamese food. Its exotic flavor and fragrances will surely...
Popular dishes in Cambodia

Popular dishes in Cambodia

The cuisine of Cambodia is closely related to neighbouring countries of Thailand and Laos. In fact, many say that Khmer cooking is like Thai...

Laos Cuisine

Dishes are a blend of Thai, Vietnamese and Chinese in flavour and presentation but Laos food lacks the variety that many of the cuisines...
Traditional Vietnamese Family Meals

Traditional Vietnamese Family Meals

In Vietnam, family meals with many Traditional Vietnamese Food has been one of the unique cultural features. Since the ancient time, it has become...

Kakigōri – A Japanese shaved ice dessert

Kakigōri is a Japanese shaved ice dessert flavored with syrup and a sweetener, often condensed milk.
Bun bo Hue

10 Top Vietnamese Dishes You Should Taste (Part 2)

6. Nem ran/cha gio Vietnam’s bite-sized crunchy spring rolls might not enjoy the same popularity as their healthier fresh equivalent, but they deserve a special...
Anchor Beer

Typical Drinks in Cambodia

Bottled water is ubiquitous and cheap Khmer brands in blue plastic bottles sell for 1000 riels or less (although prices are often marked up...