Best Must-try Dishes In Hoi An,Quang Nam

The best Hoi An dishes are exclusively available within the UNESCO World Heritage Site which is this remarkable city, utilising fresh greens, herbs, fish, meat, and even water from the neighbouring Tra Que Vegetable Village, Cham Island, Ba Le Well, and Cam Nam Village. Once a prominent Vietnamese trading port, Hoi An’s specialities are the result of Chinese, French and Japanese influences. The streets of Hoi An Ancient Town are filled with an array of dining choices, ranging from glitzy Vietnamese restaurants to riverside food stalls. Noodles and rice dishes are typically priced between VND 10,000 and VND 50,000 while appetisers such as banh xeo and banh mi should cost no more than VND 25,000. Read on for our list of must-try dishes in Hoi An.

1.Chicken rice

One of the specialites that you would not miss when in Hoi An is “ Com Ga” (Chicken rice). The dish is so famous as all the flyers has it written in the recommendation part. The dish appears with the yellow color from the rice, the green color from the fresh vegetables and shinny white from the chicken, sometimes, local red pepper paste is also added by to create spiciness. At first, tourists find it quite strange and unexciting, but as soon as they taste it, they realise how attractive the dish is. Add: - Bà Buội’s Chicken Rice (22 Phan Chau Trinh Street) - Long cơm gà Chicken Rice Restaurant (53/16 Phan Chau Trinh Street)


2.Quang” noodles

After wandering those corners of the ancient town, please stop by those small food shop where they sell the famous “Quang” noodles to ease your hunger. This dish features local rice noodles, prawns, pork or chicken, roasted rice paper, fresh local vegetables and broth. You should mix all the ingredients before eating, then all those goodness will combine together, especially the noodle which looks chewy but feels so tender.Add: - Mỳ Quảng ông Hai (63 Truong Minh Luong Street) - Mỳ Quảng Bích (272 Hung Vuong Street) “

3.Cao Lau

This is the special name of a type of noodle which has a caramelised color. This dish does not need so much broth just like Quang noodles, but the locals eat it with poached bean sprout, char-siu pork, crispy pork skin, crispy pork fat. More ever, the recipe also has special sauce, flavored powder and local herbs to complete the dish. Add: - Cao Lầu Không Gian Xanh (687 Hai Ba Trung Street) - Cao Lầu Phúc (11 Phan Chau Trinh Street)

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