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A food map of where to eat what in Vietnam

A food map of where to eat what in Vietnam

A primer on dishes from different locations in Vietnam that will whet the appetite of both visitors and locals

Vietnamese cuisine has been widely complimented for its fresh ingredients, minimal use of dairy and oil, and its heavy reliance on herbs and vegetables.

While the entire nation subsists on rice and rice-based noodles, there is such diversity and variety across different regions and localities that it is worth going on a purely culinary tour of the length and breadth of Vietnam.

Here’s a sampling of what such a tour would do to tickle your taste buds.

Sa Pa’s salmon

The trip starts in northern Vietnam. Thanks to cool and chilly weather throughout the year, the northern mountainous town of Sa Pa is an ideal place for breeding salmon. A variety of salmon dishes are served in almost every restaurant in Sa Pa – soups, hotpots, raw salads and other dishes.

Rich, mild and tasty are probably the best words to describe a sauté salmon fillet in Sa Pa. Try a salmon hotpot for two for VND300,000 ($13). It will warm your heart and soul in this cold mountain weather.

Hue’s banh canh Nam Pho

The signature taste of this dish can only be found in the central town of Hue, once the nation’s imperial capital. The dish is a favorite of many visitors who love the harmonized flavors of annatto, shrimp, crab and dense broth. This cake soup has its origins in Nam Pho Village. Try this dish at stalls on Pham Hong Thai or Nguyen Cong Tru streets for VND15,000 ($0.64).

Buon Me Thuot’s bun do

Buon Me Thuot in the Central Highlands is mostly known for its coffee, but gourmets in Vietnam will tell you to try its bun do, which literally means “red noodles.” A daily staple, the dish has big strands of noodles, meatballs, quail eggs and spinach put together in the bowl and added a broth made of annatto which gives the dish a particular red color. On Le Hong Phong or Phan Boi Chau street, a bowl is served for VND20,000 ($0.86)

Da Lat’s banh can

In the misty, chilly weather of Da Lat, going out to eat a serving or two of banh can is a sensible choice. Made of rice flour and eggs, these steamed cakes come with a lot of toppings to choose from. Along with the sweet and sour dip that it is served with, this crunchy-soft cake adds charm to a cold Da Lat night.

A serving of 10 banh can pieces will cost just VND40,000 ($1.71). It’s best to try this dish at Tang Bat Ho or Nguyen Van Troi Street.

Mekong Delta’s grilled banana with sticky rice

The people of Mekong Delta have a sweet tooth, so they have come up with many sweet dishes. One that stands out is the grilled banana sticky rice. The banana is wrapped inside a layer of sticky rice and then put on a charcoal grill. The dish is served with coconut milk, peanuts and coconut flakes.

The sticky rice steamed with coconut juice and an additional extra layer of banana leaves enhances the dish’s taste and quality. For VND10,000 (half a dollar) this is a dish you can have as dessert or a meal, on its own.

Phu Quoc’s bun quay

Another seafood noodle dish to finish the trip, this time, is on Phu Quoc Island. This dish is so fresh even the noodles are made on order. Customers can select their own toppings, poach their own noodles and make their own dipping sauce from chili and kumquat to suit their taste buds. The freshness makes this noodle soup different from others, not to mention delicious, all for just VND30,000 ($1.28).

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