Vietnamese cuisine earns nine more Asian records
Update: Apr 13, 2023
The Asian Records Organisation (ARO) announced a further nine Vietnamese culinary specialties as part of its latest Asian Records listings, according to the Vietnam Records Organisation (VietKings).

The new specialties which have made the list include southern folk cakes of Can Tho city, Long Xuyen broken rice of An Giang province, pineapple-made dishes from Hau Giang province, fried sticky rice of Dong Nai province, and dragon fruit of Binh Thuan province.

Other recognised dishes and specialties include Phan Thiet yellow codfish fish sauce of Binh Thuan province, Artichoke tea of Lam Dong province, Phu the (husband and wife) cake from Bac Ninh province, and Luc Ngan lychee of Bac Giang province.

The decision was based on nominations put forward by the Vietnam Records Organisation (VietKings) during the 2012 to 2023 period.

Since 2012, a total of 50 Vietnamese dishes and specialties have been recognised as Asian records by the ARO.

VOV - - April 12, 2023