Hoi An food

Who doesn’t like Vietnamese food. Famous for the tasty noodle soups, Pho, I appreciate it for being ¬†less reliant on deep fried dishes than other South-East Asian cuisines.

Apparently, Central Vietnam is renowned even within Vietnam for its cuisine and I can confirm that the food is indeed really, really good.

Below is a selection of what we had over the course of two days. All very reasonably priced between VND 20’000 for a Banh Mi and 120’000 for something more sophisticated at a mid-range restaurant.

The all-time classic, the Banh Mi

The all-time classic, the Banh Mi

 

An overview of Hoi An's specialties... most of which are shown below and all come highly recommended. Especially the Banh Vac (White Rose)

An overview of Hoi An’s specialties… most of which are shown below and all come highly recommended. Especially the Banh Vac (White Rose)

 

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And last but not least, something we didn’t try:

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