Vietnam is a melting pot of various cultures. After years of occupation, wars and internal conflict, the influences of different nations melded together to become today’s Vietnam. Of course, that’s not to say the country doesn’t have its own identity. Vietnamese culture is as distinct as any other, and their culture’s diversity can be felt and tasted through their food.
Sandwiches and Wraps
Most likely, the first thing that comes to mind when talking about Vietnamese food is 'banh mi', considering the sandwich is now served in many countries around the world. Still, there’s nothing like a banh mi sandwich, freshly made by a Vietnamese vendor behind a stall on the side of a street in Vietnam. There are also different variants of the sandwich...