Traditionally, Their diet consist of mainly rice with a side of stewed/stir-fried/BBQ beef, pork, chicken or freshwater fish. They have a lot of vegetables that are used in soup, such as bitter melon soup. They eat their meals three times a day, breakfast, lunch and dinner. Their cuisine has influences of Southern Chinese, North Vietnamese, Lao and Thai cuisine.
In China, they have something they call "Sour Soup" which is a mistranslation of "Sweet Soup". This include sour steak soup, sour vegetable, etc. and tends to be very spicy.
In France/French Guinea their breakfast consist of a typical french breakfast, which is bread, coffee, jams, butter and pâté. Their lunch and then their dinner is consisted of Hmong food with french ingredients.
In Australia and the U.S.A, their meals can include a traditional Hmong cuisine at home and occasionally going to restaurants, buffets, cafe, steakhouse, etc.