A fascinating fact about the Mediterranean diet is that it was recognized by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage on November 16th 2010 because it mainly contains fruits, whole grains, beans, olive oil, vegetables and herbs. If it sounds interesting to you, keep reading because I will list the best
In the spirit of Veganuary and the upcoming Tet Holiday, let’s venture out and explore the beauty of Vietnamese vegan and vegetarian food – not from some brick-and-mortar shop on the sidewalk or hidden in an alley, but found across Facebook and Instagram, in Saigon’s thriving local online businesses.
Anyone who is a fan of Mexican food, especially tacos, should try and decide for yourself the most fantastic place that serves distinct styles of tacos in Saigon, which includes authentic Mexican cuisine, Korean fusion style, Tex-Mexican tacos, and Vietnamese fusion ones. Rico TacoAuthentic Mexican dishes in Rico Taco. Photo
Mexican food is becoming increasingly popular in Vietnam’s major cities. The diversity of ingredients, spices, and cultures is what makes Mexican cuisines so irresistible. The traditional Mexican food has earned recognition by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage contribution to humanity. Let’s check out the top 5 Mexican