There are no more words to talk about Phở that is popular all around the world. It’s the featured Vietnamese dish, after all. In Vietnam, lots of bowls of phở are sold daily, it gets the attention of the normal people even to the burgeoning middle class. Phở reflects the most Vietnamese all inside one.
2. Bánh mì
From the French colony period, bánh mì is popular the most that still remains until now. Millions of Banh Mi are baked every day, and for millions of people, a bánh mì sandwich is the best kind of breakfast, but it is always available so you can eat any time. They’re cheap and tasty – a productive begin for one day.
3. Cơm tấm
Known as ‘broken rice’, it’s the rice that farmers often used to keep for themselves or sold it for cheap when Vietnam’s economy struggled. Today, you are able to find a cơm tấm stall on every street in this country. With millions, it always is the optimate meal than any others – a meal has enough various nutritions.
4. Bún bò Huế
Huế is known as the ancient capital of Vietnam along with the way its local dishes achieve a wonderful balance of flavors – spicy, sour, salty and sweet – and Bún bò Huế is the best symbol. The broth is made by simmering beef bones with lemongrass and fermented fish sauce. The dish is eaten with beef, pork, thick noodles and too many herbs and vegetables for more flavors depending on each person taste. Chili is put in as well for a spicy add because the residents here love their food spicy.
5. Bún chả
Hanoi food is variety of types and flavours and Bún chả is one of those that cannot miss out. The main ingredients are rice vermicelli, grilled pork, fish sauce and all the herbs you could ever want. At first, it seems quite simple, however, there is a surprise!.
6. Mì quảng
It is difficult to refuse a bowl of mì quảng with anyone. For always, it’s the perfect Vietnamese meal – noodles, pork, rice crackers, peanuts, and turmeric broth. This specialty of Quảng Nam Province in central Vietnam still gets the right appreciation for many periods on important occasions. Pho is absolutely more famous, but we think mì quảng deserves much more appreciation.
7. Cao lầu
Its appearance like mì quảng, it can be a dry dish and a liquid one also. This amazing combination brings to the perfect results from Hoi An. In truth, the only original way to eat this signature dish is to have noodles that were cooked in water from a secret well near the town, also made with stone-ground rice flour and ash from firewood. Will you try this if having a chance to Hoi An.
8. Bò kho
Besides, This one is also a good choice for any meal of the day. It comprises of beef, but you can consume it with any meat, or even tofu. The meat is simmered on a low heat in fish sauce, sugar and either water or coconut water, with carrots, onions and coriander to make it perfect. The regular way to eat this dish is by ripping off chunks of bánh mì – or French bread – to dip in the liquid.
9. Bánh xèo
Foreign travellers usually call them as “the Vietnamese pancakes” . Many people misunderstand that bánh xèo is made with eggs because of its distinctive yellow color, but that is the color turmeric. It’s actually made with a batter of rice flour . Enjoy along with the greens and beansprouts, you may not want to pause.
10. Bún mắm
A different list of ingredients for this dish depends on each food stall. It’s a hodgepodge of whatever was served at the local market or any street all day long, but the main ingredients are still the same: rice vermicelli, fish paste, seafood, pork and some combination of greens and sprouts. This one is heartier than phở, so why don’t we give it a try!