Bun Bo Hue (Hue Beef Noodle Soup)
Bun Bo Hue is one of the significant specialties of Hue. The special flavor is made of the fragrance of lemongrass, the spicy of chili, sweetness of beef, meatball. Bun Bo Hue is served with fresh vegetables, making the perfect combination. Midtown restaurant is known as one of the best[…]
Com Hen (Baby Clams Cooked Rice)
Com Hen is a favorite specialty dish used to be enjoyed by the common in Hue, with the unique flavor. The dish is a simple yet intricate dish, fusing together a variety of flavors from clams, roasted peanuts, chili, star fruits, local herbs, local sauces and clam broth. These ingredients bring[…]
Hue Traditional Cakes
Hue Traditional Cakes are made of the basic kinds of flour in Vietnam, which are rice flour, glutinous rice flour, tapioca. The ingredients of the cake are much diversified, such as shrimps, pork, green beans. The most famous cakes can be named as “Banh loc”, “Banh nam”, “Banh beo” and “Banh[…]
Hue Noodles with Grilled Pork
Hue Noodles with Grilled Pork offers a distinct flavor from the other areas in Vietnam. We can easily taste the tender sweetness of sesames, marinated grilled pork and the freshness of local herbs and vegetables, together with the special peanut sauce that cannot be found anywhere but Hue.
Hue pancake literally translated as “Happy pancake” can make anyone’s mouth water with the crispiness of the cake, the various flavors of pork, shrimps, bean sprouts, together with the freshness of the vegetable and the unique taste of Hue special peanut sauce.
Hue Grilled Pork in Lemongrass Skewers
Hue grilled pork in lemongrass skewers are made of finely grounded marinated pork, plus shredded pork skin and fat, formed into sausages around stalks of lemongrass and grilled over charcoal. This is served with rice papers (for wrapping around the meat), to which you add sliced lettuce, cucumbers and local fig,[…]
Hue Sweet Soups
Hue sweet soups can satisfy any guests with 36 kinds including both royal and folk. The royal sweet soups can be named as Che hat sen (lotus seeds), Che nhan boc hat sen (longan stuffed lotus seeds) and many others; while the folk ones are Che bap (corn), Che dau xanh[…]