Earthy, bold and musky, perilla is part of the mint family. Also known as shiso in Japanese cooking, this herbs holds a balance between mint and basil flavour profiles.
This dish is perfect for a Korean BBQ dinner party – just set everything up at the dining table and ask everyone to cook the meat on the grill themselves.
A fresh Vietnamese salad of papaya, herbs and coconut served with a homemade dipping sauce.
At its heart, bun cha is grilled pork, rice noodles, herbs and fish sauce all in one bowl. What a combination!
Luke Nguyen makes an impression on the locals when cooking this street food ‘Banh Goi’ - he’s even offered money from a curious local to try the crispy pork...
Red ant eggs are a rare delicacy found deep in the Vietnamese jungle, served in bitter betel leaves.
Luke uses fresh ingredients bought from the Old Markets to create a dish that gets everyone involved as each person rolls their own rice paper roll.
Whether you like your cigar-shaped snacks crispy or delightfully fresh, Vietnam’s spring paper and rice paper rolls are always on point. Here are seven of the best.
Traditionally, rice paper rolls in Saigon are filled with prawn and pork. At Vietnam House restaurant, we like to elevate the cuisine and add a bit of modern...
This is a dish from the northern part of Vietnam known as cha lui lai. It's basically a flat spring roll in the shape of a rectangle that is pan-seared...
The galangal and turmeric add a fragrant aroma to the fish, whilst the tart green mango salad gives a refreshing kick.
The turmeric dyes the crepes a brilliant yellow, while the pork belly and Alaskan king crab make for the best kind of surf and turf!
Serve a whole fried fish as part of a dinner centrepiece, or replace with firm white fish fillets for individual serves.
This quick clam salad adds a sweet Vietnamese dressing to balance out fresh herbs and tangy pomelo.
This is steak and three veg with a difference - packed with Vietnamese flavours, this is a great dinner to whip up on a weekday night.