6 amazing Vietnamese foods for breakfast

Vietnam is very famous for a special culture and food diversity, there are so many kinds of food that people have for breakfast, and these are 6 amazing foods that you can choose:

   1. Phở (Pho)

Phở is not only the most popular breakfast in Vietnam, but it’s also famous all over the world as a symbol of Vietnamese gastronomy. Phở is just one of many kinds of noodle soups in Vietnam. From a strictly linguistic standpoint, phở refers to the rice noodles, not the soup itself. But it’s become synonymous with the staple soup served with various meat parts – usually beef or chicken, bean sprouts, lime wedges, the essential greens – basil, mint, cilantro, and onion, and whatever chili sauce and fish sauce you need to fill up the broth to your liking.

  1. Bánh mì (bread with meat)

Banh mi is the most famous food that you can find everywhere in Vietnam, especially in Da Nang. There are many kinds of banh mi, but the most popular is Banh mi with meats. People slice down the bread, fill with a number of different meats, from luncheon meats to grilled pork patties, to pate, and often complement with Vietnamese pickles, cucumbers, cilantro, and finally a bit of chili sauce and spicy peppers to top it off.

  1. Bánh cuốn

Rice seems to be the mother of many Vietnam delicious foods and another specialty made of rice flour named Banh cuon. Banh cuon is covered by a thin, wide sheet of steamed rice flour and its core filled with seasoned ground pork, and minced wood ear mushroom. Banh cuon is usually served with Cha Que and special dipping sauce named “Nuoc cham” made only for Banh cuon.

  1. Mỳ Quảng

If you are in Da Nang, you have to try My Quang, it’s a popular breakfast dish. What makes this dish stand out is the broth which contains flavor of main ingredients as beef, chicken or fish and vegetable. Quang noodle is served with lime, green chilies and rice cracker to enhance it tastes. There are many options for you to choose such as noodle with beef, chicken, pork, shrimp, etc.

  1. Bún chả cá

Once visiting Da Nang, you should try Bun cha ca – fish cake noodle soup. Local people often have it for breakfast, lunch, or even dinner.  Fish cake for Bun cha ca is always in good condition because Da Nang is a seaside city, it ensures to meet demand of local about the freshest seafood. Trying Bun cha ca would be a great experience.

  1. Cháo

Vietnam’s rice porridge is thick, creamy, hearty and should be able to cure whatever ails you – primary a cold and hangovers. Top it with slices of chicken, beef, pork, fish, etc. Scallions and black pepper are scattered on top, you will get a platter of bean sprouts, lime wedges, ginger and fish sauce to season the porridge to taste.


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