Hoi An’s attractiveness also lies in its vast cuisine with foods that are cheap — not more than 50,000 VND ($2.15) for a dish – but delicious. Moreover, food of decent quality can be found even in street stalls and small eateries.
Where some countries may be known for innovative new dishes and modern culinary skills, Vietnam is best known for its age-old recipes, from warming noodle soup to Franco-Vietnamese bánh mì baguettes. Here are the best traditional Vietnamese food that make it deliciously obvious why they’ve stood the test of time.
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