Best food in Vietnam

Pho- the symbol of Vietnamese cuisine

The complexity of Vietnamese cuisine is really high appreciated. All the delicious food from the most popular dishes made on the side of the road to these stunning dishes in the top-end restaurant will attract all Tours in Vietnam.

Pho

Pho- the symbol of Vietnamese cuisine

Pho- the symbol of Vietnamese cuisine – source: phongocha.com

The wide variety of stunning Vietnamese cuisine would not be complete without pho. Bumping into a huge crowd of hungry patrons eating noodles eat with a loud sloppy sucking noise at a makeshift pho stand is exactly what you want to do when walking a block in these major cities in Vietnam.

Simply consisting of a salty broth, fresh rice noodles, a sprinkling of herbs and chicken or beef as well as featuring predominately in the diet of local people, this cheap, tasty staple is widely available all day long. Visit Vietnam through Indochina tours Vietnam

Cha ca

Cha ca

Cha ca – source: www.hoidaubepaau.com

Considered by Hanoians as such an exceptional dish, cha ca is only served in these restaurants lying at a street dedicated to these fried morsels of fish in the capital city. This namesake alley housing Cha Ca La Vong and serving very hot thick slices of fish seasoned with garlic, ginger, turmeric and dill on a hot pan tableside is popular with all visitors to Hanoi.

Cha Ca La Vong may be the most crowded but the service is a bit unpleasant and the price of food here is rather high. Instead go ahead to the Duong Thanh in Hoan Kiem District of Hanoi which is an ideal place for you to enjoy plenty of more affordable but also delicious options.

Banh mi

Banh mi

Banh mi – source: giadinh.vnexpress.net

Vietnamese people take it to a different level of baguette of the French. Depending on what end of the country you are in, banh mi offered is different.

While in the north regions, vendors stick to the basic elements of carbohydrate, fat and protein featuring bread, margarine and pâté, in the south region, you will be served banh mi consisting of a more colorful combination of cheese, cold cuts, fresh vegetables and cilantro, fried egg and sausage together with chili sauce.

Banh bao

Banh bao

Banh bao – source: lambanh365.com

Although not being the traditional dish of Vietnam, banh bao – steamed pork buns are a kind of delicious spongy rolls sold by street vendors as well as in many traditional Vietnamese restaurants.

A hard boiled quail egg buried within the seasoned mince of meat create the stuff of the best buns, while the cheaper ones coming without any filling at all is regarded to be suitable for vegetarian. Do not forget that the less money you have to pay, the less stuffing you can enjoy.

Although often sold by wandering vendors walking through these Old Quarters of Hanoi all day long, Banh Bao Tho Phat, at 78 Nguyen Tri Phuong, District 5, Ho Chi Minh City is regarded as the best buns in Vietnam.

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