How magic is Bun (rice noodle) in Vietnam?
Vietnam is a wonderful country for not only beautiful landscapes, unique culture but also the diversity of cuisine. Being known as a nation in rice civilization zone, the uniqueness of its cuisine also fit with this kind of ration. In particular, with excellent skills and the creation of Vietnamese people, rice has been used to make special and delicious food which have become the soul of local people. Enjoy rice noodle with: Indochina tours
Bun is one of the most wonderful ingredients which are made from rice in this country. It is white and has good taste. Vietnamese people create a lot of unique dishes with Bun which has considered as one of the symbols of this nation’s cuisine. Let’s explore how magic Bun is in Vietnam!
Bun Rieu (Crab noodle soup)
Bun Rieu is a popular dish in Vietnam, especially in the North. The delicious taste of crab and acerbity of tomato create an attractive dish for you to enjoy. The ingredients of Bun Rieu (Crab noodle soup) are noodle, crab, bridesmaid, tomato, pork, green onion, some kinds of spice such as Mam. All of them are popular ingredients in Vietnam. Morover, Bun Rieu is very good for health. It can detoxify and cool our body, especially in hot weather.
In Hanoi, there are a lot of restaurants which serve Bun Rieu. You can visit a small vendor beside the cross road of Quang Trung- Hai Ba Trung. The highlight of this destination is delicious crab meat and have good color. Moreover, the sauce is also very delicious and the herbs are fresh. A lot of foreign tourists like this address because of not only the taste of Bun Rieu but also the clean space. The average price about 30,000 Vietnam per bowl. Indochina travel and Vietnam
Bun Cha Nem Ran (Rice noodle with Fried Spring Roll)
Fried Spring Roll is one of the highlight of Vietnam’s cuisine. It requires a lot of ingredients such as chopped pork, carrot, jew’ ear, thin- top mushroom, egg, green onion, rice vermicelli and some kinds of herb. These are processed and wrapped by rice paper. Then, being fried under high temperature and full oil. The connection between fried spring roll and rice noodle is Mam. Mam used for this dish is made and mix carefully and uniquely. People add sugar, chopped garlic, green pepper, lemon and fresh water in Mam. They are mixed in certain ratio, which creates a special taste. Enjoying Bun with Fried Spring Roll is really a memorable experience.
If you want to enjoy Bun Cha Nem Ran in Hanoi, you can visit lane no. 304 on Tay Son Street. It has quite comfortable position and the price is quite low. In particular, Fried Spring Roll is very delicious.
Bun Dau Mam Tom
Bun Dau Mam Tom is really a popular and unique dish in Vietnam. Almost foreign tourists who come to Vietnam have heard about this name. Bun is cut into small pieces and arranged on a big dish. Bun is eaten with fried bridesmaid, fried blood sausage, boiled pork, Cha Com. In particular, they are eaten with Mam Tom- a special one in Vietnamese spice. It has unique taste and smell which might make you uncomfortable at the first time. However, when trying, it will feel wonderful taste, which can be called “smell like hell, taste like heaven”.
In Hanoi, it is quite easy for you to find a restaurant which serves this dish. You can visit the lane no. 31 on Hang Khay Street to enjoy Bun Dau Mam Tom. It is a small lane, so a lot of customers have to line up to buy. However, it is always crowded because the great taste of Bun Dau Mam Tom here. In particular, Bun and other food are put on a banana leave, which creates a unique style. It will certainly attract you so much.
Bun is really a wonderful ingredients of Vietnamese people. With Bun, people create a lot of special and delicious dishes. Let’s explore how magic Bun is in Vietnam through the mentioned dishes!
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