Vietnamese Rice and Noodles

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Bun Tom (shrimp vermicelli noodle )

Bun Tom (shrimp vermicelli noodle )

No one can tell for how long such a simple food has grown to be an essential part of Hai Phong gastronomy

Banh It (Little cake)

Banh It (Little cake)

Bánh ít is one of specialties of the central in Vietnam, commonly used in regional death anniversaries and marriage rituals as well, but now it has become a snack that you can enjoy anytime

Banh Goi (Pillow shaped cake)

Banh Goi (Pillow shaped cake)

A good dish for cold days in Vietnam, “bánh gối” intrigues guests at first sight for its pretty baby pillow shape and its colorful sauce

Banh Ran (Vietnamese donut)

Banh Ran (Vietnamese donut)

Place to enjoy the cake: “Bánh rán” is a delicious finger food for breakfast in Vietnam

Banh Duc (Plain rice flan)

Banh Duc (Plain rice flan)

It is considered one of the most rustic and simple cakes in Hanoi cuisine, but the way to serve it varies thanks to Hanoian gastronomists

Banh Hoi (Rice noodle sheet)

Banh Hoi (Rice noodle sheet)

Its name is a little bit confusing, it actually is not a cake at all, but a dish of thin rice noodles woven into intricate bundles

Com chay( burned rice)

Com chay( burned rice)

It is a natural and simple dish but very yummy and attractive

Xoi Ngu Sac (five-colored steamed glutinous rice)

Xoi Ngu Sac (five-colored steamed glutinous rice)

Almost all tourists are drawn by its irresistible attraction, an eye-catching appearance with five vibrant colors

Thuan Hung rice-paper producing town

Thuan Hung rice-paper producing town

Thuan Hung town is about 40 km Northwest from the center of Can Tho city

Five-color Sticky Rice

Five-color Sticky Rice

Five-color Sticky Rice is an important dish of almost all ethnic minorities in the mountainous regions of Northern Vietnam

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