Vietnam is famous for a number of delicious street foods that have been hailed by prestigious foreign magazines. Following are the list of several Vietnamese cuisine visitors should not miss out on when visiting the country.
Bun Cha (vermicelli with grilled pork and fresh herbs).
Visitors can find the delicious food in Hanoi on 1 Hanh Manh Street, 34 Hang Than Street, 24 Le Van Huu Street.
“Pho” noodle soup. Some famous restaurants in Hanoi serving Pho are located on 49 Bat Dan Street, 63 Yen Ninh Street, and 13 Lo Duc Street.
Banh mi in Hoi An (Hoi An-style bread rolls) has been listed among the world’s Top 10 sandwiches by Austrian travel website Traveller.
Egg coffee – or ‘ca phe trung’ – is a blend of coffee and egg whites, folded with sugar, drank hot or cold.
Visitors can try ca phe trung at Café Giang-39 Nguyen Huu Huan street, Dung Café -13 Dinh Tien Hoang Street, and Pho Co Café -11 Hang Gai street.
Rolled noodles. Pho Cuon (Vietnamese Rolling Pho) consists of a slightly cooked rice paper shell the same thickness as a pho noodle.
Famous addresses: Chinh Thang-7 Mac Dinh Chi street, Huong Mai-25 Ngu Xa Street, Hung Ben-35 Nguyen Khac Hieu street.
Banh xeo (Vietnamese crepes).
Famous addresses in Ho Chi Minh City: Muoi Xiem-190 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia Street, Ba hai-64 Nguyen Trong Tuyen Street, Ngoc Son-103 Ngo Quyen Street.
Cao Lau- a typical dish in Hoi An town.
The dish usually contains rice noodles, slices of barbecued pork, shrimp, and greens and is topped with peanuts, rice crackers, and scallions; and sometimes served with lime or chili jam.
Bun bo Hue (Hue-style beef noodle soup). “Bun bo Hue is the greatest soup in the world,” Anthony Bourdain said in a CNN article “On the hunt for bun bo Hue”.
Hu tieu (pork noodle soup)