5 Best Vietnamese Foods

5 Best Vietnamese Foods

5 Best Vietnamese Foods

Guest post by: Vietnam Discovery Travel

Vietnam for a long time has been definitely known a must-come country for any crazy food lover thanks to its diversity in scrumptious dishes and savors as well.

Mapping out the list of what and where to eat must drive first-come-to-Vietnam wanderlusts confused because in this country there are thousands of dishes to enjoy and it may take months to try all from North to South. So here comes the collection of 5 Vietnamese foods exclusive to Vietnam that visitors should try once in their lifetime. After reading, you perhaps will like to experience a Vietnam cuisine tour.

Com Tam (Rice with rib pork)

Com Tam (Rice with rib pork) - 5 Best Vietnamese Foods
Com Tam (Rice with rib pork)

A typical dish which is made from “broken rice” visitors will try in Ho Chi Minh City as it is considered the icon of this city like The Independence Palace or Bitexco Tower. Com Tam is pure culinary with barbecued pork on broken rice, topped with a fried egg and salad.

Pho (Noodles)

Vietnamese Pho Noodle Soup - 5 Best Vietnamese Foods
Vietnamese Pho Noodle Soup

Literally Pho is just one typical in a wide range of noodle soups in Vietnam but people still love having Pho due to its taste, reasonable price, and because it’s the great choice for breakfast, lunch and dinner that is suitable for all walks of class. Some people say Pho originates from Hanoi while others think it is from Nam Dinh – a province 100km away from the capital, but no matter where they come from, you can say it’s a masterpiece of cuisine arts. This is a dish of many items including rice noodles, broth, chicken/beef meat/pork and fresh vegetables.

Rau muong xao toi

Rau muong xao toi - 5 Best Vietnamese Foods
Rau muong xao toi

Known as glory morning, this is the food that every foreigner will have while in Vietnam. The vegetable will be stir fried with garlic and other spices.

Goi cuon (Spring Rolls)

Goi cuon (Spring Rolls) - 5 Best Vietnamese Foods
Goi cuon (Spring Rolls)

Extremely delicious and easy to make with ingredients like shrimps, pork, lettuce and other herbs that will be rolled like a cigar with translucent rice paper on the outside. Sauce is also an important contribution with garlic, chili peppers, lemon and fish sauce.

Sweet “Che”

Sweet “Che” - 5 Best Vietnamese Foods
Sweet “Che”

Che is a name for any sweets and sugar drinks which usually get covered in jellies and dried fruits on top. It can be called a mixture because there are so many ingredients in it such as longans, rambutan, mangoes, jackfruit chips, beans, black beans, and more sticky sweetness.

Tips: Not only being a must-come country for food lovers, Vietnam also for years has become a favorite destination for travelers in general and Israelis in particular for its magnificent landscape and diverse culture and also easy visa procedure. Getting Vietnam visa for Israelis and other has been made much easier thanks to introduction of visa on arrival which allows travelers to apply online for visa approval letter and the get visa stamped upon arrival at Vietnam airport.



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