“I never learned how to make traditional Vietnamese food, so I thought I would do something different—that way nobody could say if it was right or wrong.”
Vietnamese expats, known as Viet Kieu, are returning to the city in droves—which has been great news for its food scene.
Houston's spicy refugee-born specialty is finally getting national attention.
The humble Vietnamese restaurant is synonymous with the Australian food scene, but how did Vietnamese food first gain popularity in the '70s and '80s?
"It’s over the top, but at the same time we want to respect the banh mi sandwich," says chef Peter Cuong Franklin.
The hidden gems of Atlanta's food scene can be found right on the side of this seven-lane highway.
Tune into VICELAND Thursday for the latest episode, along with a new installment of 'THE PIZZA SHOW.'