Vietnam Culinary Discovery
Full of authentic recipes, Culinary Vietnam teaches how the aspects of flavor, aroma, texture, color, contrast, balance, and even the sound a food makes should be taken into consideration in the planning of a Vietnamese meal
Vietnamese cuisine has developed over thousands of years with countless influences from other cultures. Full of authentic recipes, Culinary Vietnam teaches how the aspects of flavor, aroma, texture, color, contrast, balance, and even the sound a food makes should be taken into consideration in the planning of a Vietnamese meal. Author Daniel Hoyer opens the door into the world of Vietnamese cooking methods and theories, as well as to the background of the cuisine, and gives some historical and cultural tidbits, all while showing just the breadth of this simple, agriculturally based cuisine.
Vietnam traditional cuisine
When you come to Hanoi, let's go to your hotel in Hanoi Vietnam before going to enjoy the specialties here. You will realize that there is so much to you want to eat, but you will not know what to eat first. Do not worry, after reading this article you will have the right choices for themselves. Step foot into the street, you will see the
sidewalk eateries with cheaper food, rich and delicious as bun cha, crab rice
noodles soup, fish porridge, banh cuon, ... You will
hear names like nuggets Vong village, Cha Ca La Vong, Hanoi bun thang, spring
rolls, spring rolls, ...
Fly to the former imperial capital, Hue, and explore the city’s historic sites, including the Citadel and the Thien Mu Pagoda. Take a brief walking tour through the streets to see local dishes with the opportunity to sample local delicacies. Drive through spectacular coastal scenery towards Hoi An, and discover the town’s many charms on a walking tour.
Hue Xeo cake
Fly to Saigon, Vietnam’s largest city and home to a myriad of culinary opportunities. Learn to cook some South Vietnamese specialities at a half-day cooking school and then stroll along historic Dong Khoi Street, the former Rue Catinat, and see the sights of the city including the Reunification Building and the War Remnants Museum. Visit the Chinatown markets and then spend a day cruising in the Mekong Delta and try local produce, straight from the orchard. On your last day, enjoy some free time until your departure transfer.
Broken rice Saigon