• A serving of Bún Giấm Nuốc typically includes shrimp, soft-shelled turtle, pork sausage, peanuts, rice paper, fresh vegetables, and more. When enjoying it, diners often add a bit of shrimp paste with green chili to enhance the flavor even further.
    Discover the unique flavors of Huế with Bún Giấm Nuốc, a rustic yet refined dish only found in this ancient capital. Experience the delicacy of soft-shelled turtle in a vibrant green broth, served with tender ear and crisp leg parts. Don't miss out on this culinary delight during your visit to Huế.
  • In Hue, tourists often feel overwhelmed by the intricate royal cuisine, which is both visually stunning and deliciously nutritious. However, the Hue cuisine is diverse, reflected in many common dishes that, though simple, are very refined and memorable. "Vả trộn" is one of them.
  • Nam Pho Thick Noodle Soup - A Simple and Traditional Dish from the People of Hue
  • Nowadays, "Bánh Ngũ Sắc" is also referred to as "Bánh Pháp lam Huế" due to its colorful exterior, utilizing a five-color system representing the five elements.
    During the Tet festival, besides the vibrant branches of peach blossoms and apricot blossoms, as well as traditional delicacies like square sticky rice cake (bánh chưng), cylindrical glutinous rice cake (bánh tét), and assorted candied fruits, one cannot overlook a distinctive cake from our Hue homeland – the "Bánh Ngũ Sắc" (also known as "bánh bó" or "bánh cộ"). It is used for worship and entertaining guests during the festive days.
  • The ginger jam is known for its spiciness, small ginger slices, and dark color. During the traditional Tet holiday, amidst various types of jams available, ginger jam is considered essential. Among the countless varieties of ginger jams from the three regions of Vietnam, Huế's ginger jam remains a distinct brand with an unparalleled flavor that cannot be matched elsewhere.
  • Tré Huế is prepared from meat and has a similar appearance to fermented pork sausage (nem chua), but the processing methods are completely different. In contrast to nem chua, which uses minced pork, ears, and rice puffs to undergo fermentation from raw meat, tré Huế follows the opposite principle. The skin and meat of tré need to be boiled thoroughly before processing. Importantly, the seasonings for tré Huế are diverse, including fish sauce, garlic, roasted sesame seeds, chili powder, whole chilies, galangal, and indispensable roasted rice or roasted glutinous rice.
  • Sour shrimp - a characteristic dish of Hue cuisine in Vietnam
    Hue Sour Shrimp is a distinctive type of fish sauce that is famous in Huế, used as a dipping sauce for boiled meat in traditional family meals in Huế, both in the past and present. "Tôm chua" is perhaps the most widely sold specialty gift item in Huế. Explore Huế introduces to tourists the top 7 reputable addresses for wholesale and retail of delicious, authentic "Tôm chua Huế," ensuring food safety and hygiene.
  • Bánh Khoái also know as Hue style Vietnamese Crepe
    In addition to the well-known eateries serving bánh bèo, nậm, and lọc that many tourists enjoy when visiting Huế, the delicious Vietnamese Crepe in Huế has also become a familiar option for tourists and even a must-visit for food enthusiasts in the area. Here, we'll introduce some of the famous traditional Vietnamese Crepe establishments in Huế in the hope of satisfying visitors and food lovers.
  • In the North, it is called Tào Phớ, in the South, it is called Tàu Hủ, and in Hue, it is called Đậu Hũ. Tofu pudding in Hue is a familiar, simple, healthy, and harmless dish with a delicious and attractive flavor. For Hue tofu pudding, there is a little crushed or sliced ginger, which is fragrant and slightly spicy, and a little boiled sugar water. The tofu pudding is cut into small pieces. Those who like to eat hot can leave them as they are, while in the summer, adding some ice cubes is incredibly refreshing.
  • Indulge in the flavors of Xôi Bắp Huế, a Vietnamese culinary delight that combines the sweetness of corn with the comforting texture of sticky rice.
  • Bun Thit Nuong (Grilled pork noodle) is a highly popular Hue speciality dish. Despite the fact that this dish is popular all across the country, Hue is known for its unique style.
  • A tray of water fern cake (Photo: Internet)
    Being known for its distinctive gastronomy, Hue locals has an elegant way of enjoying food. This special feature can be clearly shown through Banh beo (Hue water fern cake) - an irreplaceable specialty of Hue locals.

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