A weird noodle dish from the Mekong Delta that mixes sweet and savoury, coconut sauce, pork and chilli, banh tam bi is a must try for anyone looking for something a little different. Words and photos by Zoe Osborne

A Vietnamese staple, xoi or glutinous rice is eaten at any time of the day. One tasty version served up with meat can be found at Xoi Xiu. Words by Huyen Tran. Photos by Leah Rolando

Acting on a rainy season craving, Vi Pham goes in search of her favourite banh xeo. Photos by Siân Kavanagh

Glass noodles with eel. Sound appetizing? As Huyen Tran explains, it definitely is. Photos by Julie Vola

Banh my is everywhere in Hanoi, but one eatery on Pho Hue serves the Vietnamese baguette the way it used to be made. Words by Tran Cam Thu. Photos by Julie Vola

Pho, the closest Vietnam has to a national dish, is now mainly found in off-street eateries. But look carefully, and you may be able to find it in the location from where it came — the streets. Words by Vi Pham. Photos by Sian Kavanagh

Photo by Julie Vola

There are many types of banh cuon or steamed rice paper rolls. The version from Phu Ly just south of Hanoi is one of the best. Words by Huyen Tran. Photos by Julie Vola

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