Vietnamese Wraps and Rolls

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Tre Ba De

Tre Ba De

Tre Ba De is a Da Nang-Quang Nam’s special cuisine made of pork

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

Pork Summer Roll

Pork Summer Roll

Pork Summer Roll is a speciality of Da Nang that satisfies even the most demanding gourmet

Trang Bang Rice Paper

Trang Bang Rice Paper

Trang Bang is one of the lands on which people have been residing for the longest time in Tay Ninh

Vietnamese fermented pork roll (Nem chua)

Vietnamese fermented pork roll (Nem chua)

Wandering around the Old Quarter in the evening, you can easily be intrigued by the appetizing aroma and the greasy sweet taste of sizzling fermented pork roll grilled on barbecue over charcoals.

Fresh spring roll (Gỏi cuốn)

Fresh spring roll (Gỏi cuốn)

If you are seeking for a novel dish that is certain to help you stay away from fat or cholesterol but incredibly delicious on its own, do not miss the chance of a lifetime enjoying authentic gỏi cuốn in Vietnam

Crab Spring Rolls (Nem cua bể)

Crab Spring Rolls (Nem cua bể)

If you fall in love with “nem ran” (Vietnamese spring rolls), nem cua be, is bound not to let you down for the first try.

Vietnamese Fried Spring Rolls

Vietnamese Fried Spring Rolls

There is a dish that can be served all year round, and present in almost every menu of Vietnamese restaurant abroad: A dish that is so famous that many locals of Vietnam assume it as their own specialty and give it their own name such as: “Nem Ran” by northerners and “Cha Gio” by southerners.

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