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One of the big trends for 2017 is Asian food, with Vietnamese cuisine being one of the rising stars. What makes it so special? The secret is in their unique herbs.

Vietnamese perilla

Vietnamese perilla

These leaves have a earthy aroma and bold taste. They are usually used raw in soups, salads and grilled dishes.

Mint

Mint

With its sweet spearmint flavour, Mint adds a punch to dishes like Pho and any chicken or beef creations.

Bitter herb

Bitter herb

The bitter taste adds a bolder flavour profile to a hot pot menu and can be used as garnish for a platter too.

Vietnamese balm

Vietnamese balm

Usually used raw in soups or as a garnish for meat dishes, the lemony aroma adds another level of freshness to dishes.