Dishes served on Vietnam Airlines flights combine tradition and modernity to bring passengers an authentic taste of Vietnam.

In-flight Tet feasts
The true spirit of Tet can be found in its traditional feast. Dishes served during the Lunar New Year holiday are deeply meaningful – more than just a meal, they represent a cultural legacy passed down from generation to generation.

During the holidays, Business Class passengers on Vietnam Airlines flights exceeding two hours can enjoy a taste of Tet high in the sky with dishes including banh chung (Vietnamese rice cakes), red steamed sticky rice, jellied pork and lean pork paste.

Inspiring dishes
In addition to Tet dishes, spring journeys on Vietnam Airlines between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City will bring you on a culinary tour with tastes from different regions, such as Mekong stir-fried noodles or a steamy bowl of hu tieu with char siu pork and quail eggs.

And for the first time, Economy Class passengers can enjoy local favorites such as basa with dill sauce; fried rice with chicken, turmeric and chili; and turmeric rice with braised fish and Vietnamese coriander.

Business Class passengers can choose from an even more varied menu, including both traditional dishes such as rice with five-spice grilled pork and Western dishes such as chicken frittata. Vietnam Airlines serves hot meals on flights during the following hours: 5 a.m – 8 a.m., 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m, with menus updated every 15 days.

Introducing dishes from different regions not only makes your in-flight experience more fulfilling but will inspire you to explore even more charming destinations with Vietnam Airlines.