Luke Nguyen’s Vietnam

FOOD TELEVISION – Thursdays from 23 December, 8pm

In this colourful second series Luke travels up the East Coast and explores the wonderful culture, scenery and cuisines of North Vietnam. Join Luke as he discovers traditions and food from the stunning islands of Ha Long Bay to Sapa, and the vibrant bustling streets of Hanoi.

FOOD TELEVISION – Thursdays from 3 June, 7.30pm

In Luke Nguyen�s Vietnam we take a culinary journey through the southern regions of Vietnam, from Saigon, through the Mekong Delta and north along the coast to the World Heritage city of Hoi An. Seven towns are explored over ten colourful half hour episodes. Luke Nguyen, acclaimed owner and chef of the Sydney restaurant �The Red Lantern�, returns to the country of his heritage and prepares dishes in locations that represent the real Vietnam, in all its chaotic vibrancy. With a huge extended family scattered throughout Vietnam, Luke is inspired to learn that they all have one thing in common – a love for food. On our journey we meet many of Luke�s relatives, who share with him the secrets of Vietnamese cuisine and help him discover the tiny cottage industries that have been creating vital ingredients for many centuries.

FOOD TELEVISION – Thursdays from 3 June, 7.30pm

In Luke Nguyen’s Vietnam we take a culinary journey through the southern regions of Vietnam, from Saigon, through the Mekong Delta and north along the coast to the World Heritage city of Hoi An. Seven towns are explored over ten colourful half hour episodes. Luke Nguyen, acclaimed owner and chef of the Sydney restaurant ‘The Red Lantern’, returns to the country of his heritage and prepares dishes in locations that represent the real Vietnam, in all its chaotic vibrancy. With a huge extended family scattered throughout Vietnam, Luke is inspired to learn that they all have one thing in common – a love for food. On our journey we meet many of Luke’s relatives, who share with him the secrets of Vietnamese cuisine and help him discover the tiny cottage industries that have been creating vital ingredients for many centuries.