Meals Excursions & Culinary Experiences
Vietnam’s tourism industry has become very popular over the past few years. And why? Beautiful scenery, gemstones, love of animal life and spectacular architecture – for those concerned with travel, Vietnam and paradise.
Vietnam’s tourism industry has become very popular over the past few years. And why? Beautiful scenery, gemstones, love of animal life and spectacular architecture – for those concerned with travel, Vietnam and paradise. But if you can imagine Travel to Vietnam worthy of its natural beauty, or their culture, then you are destroying the country. Because, Vietnamese tourism is incomplete without trying Vietnamese food!
Vietnam trip: What you need to know about food
Vietnamese cuisine, which is one of the best in the world, only talks about refreshments, and many chefs buy twice a day to make ingredients. The real truth lies in good food and according to Forbes, Ho Chi Minh city, formerly known as Saigon, one of the best places in the world for street food.
Vegetable market in Hanoi
Each area has a plate that is very well prepared.
Although there are many historical and regional challenges, these dishes are unique to Vietnam. It would be a shame to miss out on local foods, which add to this in Vietnam.
Trip to Vietnam: What to Eat in the North
China has really left right here in the north – the love of noodles and mixing butter all comes from Chinese. If you don’t like spicy food you love food in Hanoi! Peppers are the only spice in the north.
There is no way you can stay in Vietnam and avoid Pho, who is often referred to as ‘the land of Vietnam’.
Fresh aroma to cook Pho (Noodle Soup) enters almost every busy street in Hanoi. You will find hundreds of people sitting on plastic chairs in front of a street restaurant every morning, resting on their plates.
Try Pho – a simple salty soup, with no rice noodles, beef (popular in the north) or chicken, and fresh herbs.
Examples of delicious pork for lunch, served with vermicelli rice and invited Bun of. Just follow the scent of the male to the smoke shop of any shop along the road and you will find customers in front of the restaurant, craving for food at the meal. I love it so much in Hanoi!
Street View Restaurants in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Tip: You should avoid dog, or cat, all of which are common in the north.
Travel to Vietnam: Very good central areas
Central Vietnamese people love spicy food. In Hue, food is cooked casually and the dishes are very tasty. This great process is supported by many aspects, as in the royal feast – the ties from the ancient royal days.
Try it Potato bread, filled with rice flour, cooked with turmeric and fried pan until perfect.
You can find the delicious Banh khoai anywhere in Hue, but we are making the most popular cars for fun.
If the beauty of the lanterns on the streets of Hoi An does not detract from the atmosphere, the Cao lầu who are special here, say so!
Too high is made only from water from the Ba Le well of a thousand years. This dish is an amazing mix of different foods – These dishes are reminiscent of Japanese Udon and wonton makers are similar to Chinese; but it is the herbs and sauce that make this dish so special in Vietnam!
Tip: Try cooking a delicious meal locally in one of the many culinary schools in Hoi An. Click here to read more and save your cooking class.
Travel to Vietnam: What to Eat in the South
The city of Ho Chi Minh in the south has delicious food, very different from all other areas. The French colony has left a reputation in Ho Chi Minh City and you will find coffee shops and coffee shops everywhere. The program of Bread – like a full baguette, it is definitely what is left over from the colonial era.
Pork Bánh mì Sandwich is the most popular in Saigon.
The program of Pancakes is a great way to reduce hunger while walking in the markets to Saigon. These are fried pancakes with a pile of stuffed, covered with lettuce and herbs.
In the tropical, subtropical climates, people love their delicious food.
The Mekong Delta is the second-largest producer of rice in the world, known as the ‘Vietnamese rice dish’, and it is not surprising that southerners prefer rice to their diet. Seafood is very popular here because of its large beach, as well as tropical fruits.
In the Mekong River, a Sour sauce, meaning ‘sour sauce,’ is very popular. Made from fresh fish from the sea tamarind shiny broth, it’s like an explosion of spice in your mouth, in a good way!
While in Vietnam fish sauce is inevitable, why not try the best available?
Try it Phu Quoc, Made from anchovies found near the Cambodian border and you will not be disappointed!
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