Hue cuisine is a blend of the common features of Central cuisine and the unique characteristics of the ancient capital. Because she was so impressed with Hue dishes, Miss Thanh Van dedicated an entire article to “honor” the “Delicious-Good-Cheap” of the restaurants she visited during her recent visit to Hue.
1. Hue beef noodle soup O Cuong Chu Diep
Beef noodle soup is considered an irresistible dish, a specialty of the ancient capital. A full Hue beef noodle shop usually has a pork belly, pork belly, pork belly, pork blood, and thinly sliced corned beef. The seasonings of onions, garlic, pepper, fish sauce, paprika, colored peppers, lemongrass and vegetables are the delicious secret of this dish.
2. Ton Dich aunt’s tea
Tea lady Ton Dich is one of the famous tea shops in Hue. This is also one of the shops that still retains the typical taste of Hue tea, a small Mo Ton Dich tea shop selling on the sidewalk, known that the shop is very crowded, if you come here to buy, you will have to queue. Mo Ton Dich tea shop has a very special dish, which is the famous roasted pork powdered tea in Hue. “This tea is very good with the water part, but the filter powder is not very suitable for my mouth. However, corn tea is really great, “- Thanh Van shared.
3. Dong Hoa mussel rice
Although only located in an alley, this restaurant has existed for more than 30 years. Considered one of the famous mussel rice restaurant in Hue. Every dish from mussel rice to vermicelli or filter cake, banh xeo… just looking at it, you have to say: “Standard without adjustment”, even the most fastidious customers will probably “fall in love” service here. The rice is cooked and cooled, the mussels are large. The accompanying water has a flavor that permeates the rich aroma of mussels with a little bit of spicy taste. The feeling when eating mussel rice for the first time will be a great thing for a trip to this ancient capital.
4. Quan Hanh – Spring rolls
One of the typical snacks of Hue is spring rolls. The main ingredient of the dish is, of course, grilled spring rolls on a charcoal stove, but what determines the taste is the accompanying vegetables and dipping sauce that are elaborately prepared from pork liver, oil, flour, sugar, soy sauce, etc. , fish sauce, cinnamon chi, fresh flowers, coconut milk… Thanh Van shared that Hanh’s restaurant is a restaurant style, so the price is slightly higher, spring rolls or grilled pork vermicelli are very delicious, especially the peanut sauce that is memorable. extremely.
5. Cake pressed Ms. Hue
Pressed cake made from filtered flour and many different types of fillings such as beef jerky, meat, eggs… is one of the popular but delicious dishes in Hue Ancient Capital. The cake is made by squeezing two pieces of cast iron together on a charcoal oven, then adding the filling one by one until the sizzling sound is served with laksa leaves, cucumbers and divine spicy fish sauce. Thanh Van said that she ordered banh pressed and tre, but the part of the tri did not impress her very much.
6. Banh cuon Mrs. Doi
Ba Doi Banh Canh Shop is a famous and famous brand of Banh Canh in Hue Ancient Capital. This is a stop for many local diners as well as “moving” followers for more than 30 years. Initially when a bowl of banh chung is served, you may be surprised because this dish looks too rustic. . Only a little bit of cake, or a few red shrimp, combined with a few pieces of white cinnamon rolls are filled with clear water, but still rich, sweet and fragrant, making diners “addicted”.
7. Bread O Tho
The bread here is impressive by its filling. The filling here is very special, there are all kinds of meat from char siu, eggs, rolls, pate, spring rolls, etc. Each type brings a very own flavor and everything blends very well. The pate here is different from other places with a greasy taste, a little strange taste different from other places along with the fragrant piece of char siu meat.
Because she was so impressed with this bread, Thanh Van had to return to this place to make a couple more loaves of bread before the day she had to return to Hanoi.
8. Hello Beer Bar
The restaurant has a lot of delicious food with very reasonable prices. She ordered a portion of frog hotpot and was commented that the taste was a bit strange compared to the one she had eaten in Hanoi. She shared that during the meal, she listened to a whole list of children’s music because the shop opened just to serve a baby customer. However, what surprised her was that the restaurant was quite crowded at this time, but no one complained about this problem, enough to see that Hue people are very pleasant and likable.
9. Filter cake – Dong Ba market
On the way to the market to buy gifts for relatives and friends, she stopped by a filter cake shop to try it out and was impressed because the quality was so delicious. Filtered flour cake made from cassava roots, filled with shrimp, fatty meat, wrapped in banana leaves and steamed, eaten with indispensable Hue fish sauce and a few slices of chili.
10. Ba Cu’s original cake
Van shared that the night before, he had visited Hue’s famous banh beo shops, but the shops were closed, so the next morning, he immediately stopped by Ba Cu’s banh beo shop to enjoy a tray of pre-filtered beo-nam-powder. when returning to Hanoi. She humorously shared: “While eating, I wish Hanoi had a restaurant selling these dishes, delicious with this standard, then life would be perfect.”
Thanh Van said that in addition to the above dishes, she also tried to buy a lot of food and drink along the way, and it was impressive that every dish was delicious and extremely cheap. She also shared more about the taste in Hue is often very spicy, if you travel but can’t eat spicy, remember to consider advising the ladies in advance to have a more complete dining experience.
“Because of this deliciousness, the days in Hue, I have 4-5 meals a day. Not stopping yet, I thought that the next time I come back to Hue, I will go to eat restaurants that have not been tried yet”, Thanh Van shared.
Source: Khanh Linh/Saostar.vn