Eight foods make Vietnamese cuisine popular to the world. Have you ever tasted them?

Vietnamese cuisine is characterized by its wide variety of spices, ingredients and regional flavor. Most of tourists to Vietnam always want to taste all of Vietnamese specialty for it will make their visiting more enjoyable.

Vietnam is not only well-known for its beautiful landscape, hospitability but also for its’ cuisine with unique flavorings. It has made a significant contribution to popularize Vietnamese culture worldwide.

1. Pho (Vietnamese noodle soup) 

Pho (Vietnamese noodle soup) - Photo: Internet

Pho (Vietnamese noodle soup) - Photo: Internet

Pho is the most traditional food in Vietnam. Pho is a fusion of three main ingredients, namely banh pho (dried flat rice noodles), soup and slices of beef or chicken meat. Besides, it also includes various spices such as lemon grass, pepper, chilies, fish sauce…

According to CNN, it is ranked first in the list of most famous dishes in Vietnam.

Popularity:5 stars

Taste: 4 stars

2. Bun Bo Hue (Vietnamese spicy beef noodle soup)

 Bun Bo Hue (Vietnamese spicy beef noodle soup)Vietnamese spicy beef noodle soup - Photo: Internet

Bun Bo Hue (Vietnamese spicy beef noodle soup) - Photo: Internet

Although it is also a type of noodle soup like Pho, Bun Bo Hue has a distinct flavor of the Center region in Vietnam: spicy and tasty. Its’ recipe does not simply lie in the special flavor soup but also in how each restaurant make their own flavor of sate and “mam tom” (Vietnamese shrimp paste).

Popular: 4 stars

Delicious:4 stars

3. Banh Mi (Vietnamese sandwiches)

Banh Mi (Vietnamese sandwiches) - Photo: Internet

Banh Mi (Vietnamese sandwiches) - Photo: Internet

Known as Vietnamese sandwiches, Banh Mi nowadays has increasingly gained its popularity at America due to its taste and convenience. It is suitable for everyone, especially for office workers and students.

Popularity: 4 stars

Taste: 4 stars

4. Com Tam (Broken Rice)

4. Com Tam (Broken Rice)

Com Tam (Broken Rice) - Photo: Internet

Be on the menu of most luxury restaurants, Com Tam, especially “Com Tam Sai Gon” has even become a brand name in Vietnamese cuisine. Com Tam appeals to people not simply just because its’ delicious appearance, but also because its’ high value of nutrition.

Popularity:4 stars

Taste: 5 stars

5. Goi Cuon (Spring Roll)

Goi Cuon ( Spring roll) - Photo: Internet

Goi Cuon (Spring Roll) - Photo: Internet

When coming in Vietnamese restaurants, American usually orders Goi Cuon as an appetizer because it contains less fat, easily eating and also has a special dipping sauce ( chilli sauce, peanuts and do chua ( Vietnamese dikon and carrot pickles) ). It also got a cute name: “spring roll”

Popularity:5 stars

Taste: 5 stars

6. Banh Xeo (Vietnamese Crepe)

Banh Xeo (Vietnamese crepe) - Photo: Internet

Banh Xeo (Vietnamese crepe) - Photo: Internet

It requires a lot of effort to make a Banh Xeo with its original flavor, so it is normally listed on the menu of famous restaurants. A good Banh Xeo would be served as it is still piping hot with fresh meat and shrimp and a variety of vegetables. Furthermore, fish sauce is crucial for making a perfect Banh Xeo flavor.   

Popularity: 5 stars

Taste:5 stars

7. Che (Vietnamese dessert soup)

Che (Vietnamese dessert soup) - Photo: Internet

Che (Vietnamese dessert soup) - Photo: Internet

If you have eaten Che, you may know the reason why those Vietnamese food could become so popular in America, though just served on streets.

Popularity:5 stars

Taste: 5 stars

8. Coffee

Vietnamese coffee - Photo: Internet

Vietnamese coffee - Photo: Internet

Vietnamese coffee is even held in higher regard than Starbuck of American in term of quality. Besides, its’ bitter flavor is also as intense as other well- known coffee branches in the world.

Popularity:5 stars

Taste: 5 stars

YOU MAY NOT KNOW!

Banh Trang Tron (mixed rice paper)

Banh Trang Tron (mixed rice paper) - Photo: Internet

Banh Trang Tron (mixed rice paper) - Photo: Internet

Banh Trang Tron is now the most popular street food in Vietnam, but it hasn’t been sold at America yet. The reason is because the price of its’ ingredient quite high. It may cost about 5$ USD in America.

Bun Dau Mam Tom (Vietnamese noodle with fried tofu and fermented shrimp paste)

Bun Dau Mam Tom (Vietnamese noodle with fried tofu and fermented shrimp paste) - Photo: Internet

Bun Dau Mam Tom (Vietnamese noodle with fried tofu and fermented shrimp paste) - Photo: Internet

It is now also quite popular in Vietnam. Those who tried it comment that Bun Dau Mam Tom s’ taste is quite strange yet delicious.

For some reasons, it hasn’t popularized at America yet, so many people who are living oversea haven’t has a chance to taste this unique delicacy.

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