The street food of each country opens a window to the most authentic flavours of its culture. Vietnam street food makes no exception! Prepare to be engulfed in an ocean of deliciousness, with the mélange of eatables available at single-dish food stalls at the country’s traditional open-air markets.
Rice water, flour, and turmeric work their magic to bring out the savoury taste of Ban Xeo, a type of rice pancake cooked in a hot skillet. The pancake is rolled with a variety of fillings such as thin slices of pork, shrimp, bean sprouts, and squid.
With its mouthwatering flavours, Bun Cha delights anyone with its grilled pork and rice noodles fiesta. Head over to Nha Trang Night Market for a memorable taste of this dish during your stay at one of the several serviced apartments in Nha Trang the likes of Citadines Bayfront Nha Trang.
Being the national dish of Vietnam, you’d come across many people slurping down on Pho, a delicious dish of soup that contains a tasty portion of rice noodles, beef or chicken, and its broth. The varying textures of the flat noodles and the thin, joyful slices of meat will surely make you love this dish.
GoiCuon is a type of roll that appears translucent as the ingredients are wrapped in rice paper, or “bánhtráng.” These light, yet delicious eatables make an excellent choice when you’ve been enjoying too much oil-based food. These semi-transparent rolls are usually packed with a combination of prawns, pork, vegetables, and rice vermicelli.