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Best Hue Street Food To Enjoy

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Not only for being former Imperial Capital of Vietnam and the romantic Perfume River, Hue is also well worth a visit for its stunning authentic cuisine. After explore these must-visit tourist sites, make sure to spend time sampling delicious Hue foods. And a frequently asked question when you visit this beautiful city is: “What is the best street food to enjoy in Hue? Let’s enjoy street food in Hue with: Indochina tours VietnamThough Hue is famous for its Royal cuisine, it does not mean that local street food is not delicious. Full of foodie surprises with more than 1,000 specialty dishes, Hue cuisine can satisfy even the pickiest eaters.

  1. Baby Basket Clams with Steamed Rice (Cơm Hến)
Com Hen

Com Hen- source: internet

Available everywhere from small villages in the countryside to luxury restaurants in Hue city of center, Baby Basket Clams with Steamed Rice is what you must eat in Hue. Including baby basket clams, rice, shrimp paste – a specialty of Hue and deep-fried pork fat pieces and served with small cut taro plant, bean sprouts, shredded banana blossoms, herbs and peanuts covered in oil, this flavorful dish is loved by both rich and poor people.

Where to go for Steamed Rice with Baby Basket Clams in Hue?

  • No 2 Truong Dinh street, Hue City
  • Con Hen, Vy Da, Hue City
  • No 17 Han Mac Tu Street, Vy Da, Hue City
  1. Hue rice noodle soup (Bún bò Huế)
Bun Bo Hue

Bun Bo Hue- source: internet

Cooked from shrimp paste, pork bone, ginger, lemon grass and others, the broth with mysterious and secret receipt is the highlight of Bun Bo Hue – the icon of Hue cuisine. In spite of being topped with beef, pork pie, pork leg and pork blood pudding, this dish is not greasy to eat thanks to a plate full of assorted herbs served along with a bowl of Bun Bo Hue. mekong river cruises tripadvisor

Where to go for Bun Bo Hue?

  • Bun Bo Hue O Nhan – No 74 Mai Thuc Loan, Hue City
  • Bun Bo Hue O Chi – No 97 Xuan 68, Hue City
  • Bun Bo Hue O Cuong Chu Diep – No 06 Tran Thuc Nhan, Hue City
  • Bun Bo Hue Dac Biet – No 19 Ly Thuong Kiet, Hue City

3. Hue grilled pork vermicelli (Bun thit nuong)

Bun thit nuong

Bun thit nuong- source: internet

A typical noodle salad dish, with vermicelli, grilled pork, fresh vegetables, fried peanut, and a special sauce from sesame, peanut and pork liver, Hue Grilled Pork Vermicelli is a traditional dish loved and enjoyed by many generations in Hue, from the youngest to the oldest one.

Where to go for Bun thit nuong in Hue?

  • Lac Thien restaurant – No 6 Dinh Tien Hoang, Hue city
  • Huyen Anh restaurant – No 52/11 Kim Long, Hue city
  • Tai Phu restaurant – No 2 Dien Bien Phu Street, Hue city
  1. Banh Beo

About the size of a silver dollar, these steamed rice cakes of Banh Beo, which are topped with pork cracklings, dried shrimp, herbs and shallots and served with nuoc mam, come five pieces to an order. There are 2 kinds of Banh Beo, whose shapes and names are determined by these vessels they are cooked in: Banh beo dia are cooked in a slightly large metal form resembling a hard-boiled egg platter, and served on a larger plate while Banh beo chen are steamed and served in smaller ceramic saucers called chen. mekong river tours vietnam

Where to go for Banh Beo in Hue?

  • Banh Beo Ba Do – No 8 Nguyen Binh Khiem, Hue City
  • Banh Beo Ba Cu – No 107 Nguyen Hue, Hue City
  1. Sweet Soup at alleys (Chè Hẻm)

Sweet soup alley is where you can find all kinds of Hue amazing sweet soup. From special dumplings, sweet soup with taro to glutinous sweet soup with corn smelling sweet soup with lotus seed, each sweet soup has its own taste which is as dedicated as Hue people. All are must-try dishes. Let’s go to the stall and order all these colorful and exotic sweet soups. It is not difficult to find a great place to have Hue sweet soup on the streets.

Where to go for sweet soup in Hue?

  • No 45 Tran Phu street, Hue city
  • No 27 Hung Vuong street, Hue city

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