Category: Flavours of Vietnam

Vietnamese cuisine . Spicy, yes. Boring, bland, uninteresting, predictable – definitely not. Worth a try? Absolutely. The food itself, in fact, is enough reason to trek through Vietnam. Often, authentic cuisine means street food. Part of the whole experience is jostling eager, hungry patrons to get a steaming bowl at a market’s most famous stall. From the signature lemon grass to so-called secret ingredients, Vietnamese cuisine is a whole worthy adventure in itself.

5 good food in Nha Trang

5 good food in Nha Trang

This post will introduce to you 5 popular good food in Nha Trang, don’t miss to enjoy when coming to beach city. 1. Rice vermicelli with grilled fish and jellyfish- Bun cha ca: The first good food in Nha Trang you should try to enjoy is “Rice vermicelli with grilled fish and jellyfish” (Bun Cha Ca), its …

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Let’s drink Bia Hoi like real local

Let’s drink Bia Hoi like real local

Again the hot summer is back in the north of Vietnam – You are going to drink alot in this season ! But here in Vietnam , don’t worry, friends – You drink many things, for cheap price – But Cheap Price doesn’t mean CRAP . In Hanoi, paticularly, and in the North of Vietnam …

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Bun Cha – One of 10 best Hanoi typical dishes – taste it !

Bun Cha – One of 10 best Hanoi typical dishes – taste it !

Bun Cha – One of 10 best Hanoi typical dishes – taste it ! Today, we introduce you another typical Hanoi food :  Bun Cha (pronounced “Bun Cha” in Vietnamese). For all of us, it’s delicious, easy to find out many restaurants in Hanoi center, and the price are cheap . When a  vietnamese go out, he plan …

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2 BEST ADRESSES FOR BEST PHO IN HANOI

2 BEST ADRESSES FOR BEST PHO IN HANOI

Thạch Lam, famous writer in the biginning of 20th century said: Pho ( Noudle soup is a special Hanoi’s gift ,even  Pho not only made in hanoi, but only in  Hanoi, Pho noudle soup is the best . In Hanoi, you can find easily  in every corner a Pho restaurant. It’s the most famous and cheap …

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Bun Bo Hue

Bun Bo Hue

Originating in the ancient imperial city of Hue, bun bo Hue is a mixture of many kinds of meat and greens. Lemon grass creates the dominant flavour, and most of the time, this soup noodle dish is spicy, though to varying degrees. Herbs like holy basil, coriander and spring onions add to its delicacy. Shrimp …

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Chicken Pho

Chicken Pho

Along with rice, noodles are staples in Vietnamese cuisine. Pho is, in a way, a combination of both. Pho is a delicate, chewy rice-noodle soup seeped in broth. Although it is traditionally made with beef, poultry is fast becoming a popular choice. Chicken legs and chicken breasts are commonly used. This dish is a combination …

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Cao Lau

Cao Lau

The flat, sticky rice noodles of the famous cao lau are said to be made only with water from a Cham well at a village in Hoi An city. Lye solution from a nearby Cham island is reportedly used, too. If such are the secret to its distinct taste, then there are other ingredients that …

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Floating Food and Drink Vendors

Floating Food and Drink Vendors

Being a country with rivers and lakes, some inhabitants have chosen life afloat. Yet, these bodies of water not only draw locals – they especially draw tourists. Those who live by the shore or on floating houses have made a trade out of selling refreshments to travellers and sightseers. Thus, floating markets abound in Vietnam. …

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Com Tam

Com Tam

The Vietnamese word com means “cooked rice” while tam connotes “broken rice.” Thus, the popular dish com tam is made of cooked fragments of grains, mixed with meat, seafood and sauces. Bi, meaning thin pork slices mixed with cooked shredded pork skin, is mixed into com tam. Grilled pork and prawns are usually served with …

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