A Feast for Your Senses
Vietnam is a culinary dream and true treat for the taste buds. Whether it's warming beef pho, the national dish, or Bánh mì, a relic of French colonialism that's often stuffed with meat, herbs, pate and greens, you'll never go hungry. What's more, the lack of oils and fat used in Vietnamese cuisine makes it incredibly healthy too.
While Vietnam has its fair share of fantastic restaurants, it's the street food that will create lasting memories. There's nothing like being sat in the street, on a plastic stool, tucking into a meal that carries hundreds of years of history in it. Hanoi, Hoi an, Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) and Hue are particularly famous for their culinary delights.