What Vietnam Food Are Considered “Exotic” and What To Expect


What Vietnam Food Are Considered "Exotic" and What To Expect

If you are in search of Vietnam aka exotic Food for your Vietnam trip, you are in luck. Many travel websites have detailed information on different dishes and cuisines from the country. Read on for a brief overview of Vietnamese foods and dishes.

Vietnam cuisine is predominantly vegetarian, although there are some meat-based dishes. The most famous of these is banh trang, which is a type of rice dish. There are a number of other types of vegetarian dishes too, including the famous pho. Pho is a popular soup made with Vietnamese tripe (an animal byproduct) and spices.

It is true that the majority of Vietnamese people are vegetarian but there are still plenty of people who eat meat. So even if you don’t want to go that way, the cuisine here will not put a stop to your plans for a meat-free vacation.

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For those who are interested in trying some spicy food in Vietnam, the Vietnamese love their many tasty seafood dishes. You can choose from spicy beef, spicy chicken, spicy pork, spicy fish and seafood.

What Vietnam Food Are Considered "Exotic" and What To Expect
What Vietnam Food Are Considered “Exotic” and What To Expect

Seafood is an important part of the Vietnamese cuisine and the fish is popularly served with a mixture of spices, like Chinese cooking. Fish, especially shark, are very popular in Vietnam. Vietnamese spices are used to flavor the fish and they are also used in soups and stews. You can find the aromatic and sweet flavors of chili in all of the Vietnamese cuisines.

Vietnamese desserts are different from those found in western countries. They are made from a blend of nuts, seeds and raisins and they are usually dusted with dried fruits. There are many different desserts to try out at a Vietnam restaurant in Vietnam.

Breakfast is a popular meal in Vietnam and many restaurants have a variety of food to choose from. Most of them offer a selection of freshly made rice and banh pho as a starter. Noodle soup is a good alternative to the traditional noodle soup.

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Banh Pho is served with chilies and some vegetables. You can find the Vietnamese version of hot and sour soup at many restaurants in Vietnam.

Another popular food in Vietnam is the Da Nang version of pho. This soup is very rich and it’s served with a variety of garnishes like the Cantonese chicken skin. When ordering a Pho banh xeo, it is best to ask for spicy soups, rather than the normal or mild ones.

Vietnamese rice dishes are an important part of any Vietnam meals. Rice and other grains are used to make rice porridge. Some rice dishes can be prepared with egg or vegetables, and some rice dishes can be eaten raw.

What Vietnam Food Are Considered "Exotic" and What To Expect
What Vietnam Food Are Considered “Exotic” and What To Expect

Rice porridge has vegetables and meats, and then it is cooked in a spicy sauce. This is why it is often served on a buffet style.

Of course, there are plenty of other Vietnamese dishes to try out while you are in Vietnam. All you need to do is be patient as your own imagination can get the better of you when it comes to learning about the different kinds of food in Vietnam. But don’t worry; all of the information you need is available online!

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