Discover the Top Vietnamese Dishes to Try in Each Region!

Discover the Top Vietnamese Dishes to Try in Each Region!

Surely you know, Vietnamese cuisine is an ode to flavor and taste. The numerous herbs and spices that make up Vietnamese dishes distinguish them from the cuisine of other Asian countries. Vietnamese gastronomy is increasingly captivating and becoming very trendy worldwide, with its diverse range of dishes. In fact, Vietnam boasts no less than 500 different dishes! Follow us through this article for an extraordinary sensory and gustatory journey.

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Written by Jade NGUYEN, (local expert) Updated on 17-05-2024
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Vietnamese cuisine

Extremely varied and flavorful, the specificity of Vietnamese cuisine lies not only in blends of herbs and spices found nowhere else, but also in cooking methods and a set of dietary habits unique to the Vietnamese people. Less known than other Asian cuisines such as Chinese, Japanese, or Thai cuisines, it is now rising and transcending borders, becoming increasingly popular worldwide. Vietnamese cuisine often prioritizes taste over aesthetics, perhaps why it has received less attention than other Asian cuisines that are much more 'photogenic'.

Banh mi, along with iced coffee and pho, are on CNN''s list of Asia''s 50 best street foods.
Banh mi, along with iced coffee and pho, are on CNN's list of Asia's 50 best street foods.

However, Vietnamese dishes have many qualities, such as the diversity of products, increased flavors, or even low-fat and healthy food . The two basic ingredients of Vietnamese cuisine are rice, which is rather sticky, unlike the rice used in the West (in fact, in Vietnamese “to eat” is “an com” literally “to eat rice”) and nuoc- mam, the famous fish sauce which accompanies almost all dishes. 

Sapa streetfood
Streetfood in Sapa, Vietnam

Also note that in Vietnam, we waste meat as little as possible, which is why it is common to see chicken feet and other viscera on the menu.

Street food plays a particularly important role in Vietnamese cuisine, and is an integral part of the country's culture. The street food of Ho Chi Minh City even ranks in the top 5 of the best street food in the world, according to a survey by the American magazine CEOWORLD. You would be missing out on a part of the country's culture if you didn't try to sit down with the locals and enjoy with them a specialty like Pho or some snacks like nem chua ran or snails and shellfish, on the little plastic tables.

Moreover, many Vietnamese are sweet tooths with a wide variety of desserts available.

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Snails and Shellfish as street food in Vietnam
Snails and Shellfish as street food in Vietnam

The period of colonization left some traces of its passage in Vietnamese gastronomy, such as the baguette, which became the "banh mi" (sandwich bread), a very popular type of sandwich, or the "pho mai" (cheese), the most popular being the Laughing Cow, which is one of the rare cheeses that can be stored outside the fridge. Ham, pâté, yogurt and ice cream are also part of this culinary heritage that the Vietnamese love today.

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The best dishes by region

You will not find the same culinary specialties throughout the country, or even the same flavors. Thus, the regional cuisine of the North (Hanoi) is generally finer, less abundant in garnishes, and above all less sweet than that of the South (Ho Chi Minh City), where coconut milk is often added to Vietnamese dishes. As for the cuisine of the center (Hue), it is characterized by its more spicy and spicy taste, but also by a wider use of seafood and the famous sculpture of vegetables, a legacy of the imperial cuisine of Hue which is still all his fame today.

  • In North Vietnam

Northern Vietnamese cuisine mainly uses vegetables, seafood and fish that are easily available and come from brackish water (freshwater shrimp, crab, fish, clams, mussels, etc.), a consequence of poor agriculture, as well as some meat dishes. Most dishes are garnished with shrimp paste diluted in sauce. It is an ancient cuisine renowned for its flavors, which largely uses soups, stews and grilled meats.

Vietnamese Cuisine

Pho

The most famous Vietnamese dish is undoubtedly Pho, originating from the north of the country. Pronounced almost like the “fire” of pot-au-feu, it is a tasty bone broth, ginger, anise, spices, cloves, nuoc-mam accompanied by white noodles, strips of chicken or beef and a variety of aromatic herbs.

We find this classic of Vietnamese cuisine on every street corner, and in the four corners of the country, even if it is undoubtedly in North Vietnam that you will taste the best Pho.

The Vietnamese enjoy it with any meal, whether breakfast, lunch or dinner. It will therefore be very easy for you to taste it. This culinary specialty even has a celebration date, which happens to be Pho Vetnamien Day, December 12.

Pho Vietnam
A bowl of Pho

Our recommended addresses that we'll recommend:

  • Pho Bat Dan, 49 Bat Dan Street, Hanoi
  • Pho Nguyet, 5b Phủ Doãn Street, Hàng Trống, Hoàn Kiếm
  • Pho Ly Quoc Su (3 streets Ly Quoc Su, Hang Voi and Hoang Minh Giam), Hanoi
  • Pho Vui, Hang Giay Street, Old Quarter, Hanoi

The Bun Cha

Another emblematic dish of North Vietnam, Bun Cha seduces many travelers for its flavors and its delicious meat grilled over a wood fire. The dish consists of grilled pork belly and pork meatballs accompanied by rice noodles (bún), aromatic herbs and marinated vegetables.

Did you know? Former President of the United States Barack Obama tested Bun Cha during his visit to Hanoi in 2016!
Did you know? Former President of the United States Barack Obama tasted Bun Cha during his visit to Hanoi in 2016!

Our recommended addresses:

  • Bun Cha Huong Lien, 24 Lê Văn Hưu, Hanoi (the restaurant where Barack Obama ate)
  • Bun Cha Dac Kim, 1 Hang Manh, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
  • Bun Cha Bach Mai, 213 Bach Mai Street, Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi
  • Bun Cha Hanoi, 34 Hang Than Street, Ba Dinh, Hanoi
 Bun Cha seduces many travelers for its flavors
 Bun Cha seduces many travelers for its flavors 

The Cha Ca

This is a typical Hanoi dish, which dates back to the colonial period. Its English name is Grilled fish (Chả Cá)! The pieces of fish are presented in a pan with oil, and then served with fresh rice noodles, peanuts and aromatic plants. 

It is composed of fish fried with turmeric on a bed of dill and chives. It is eaten with grilled rice cakes, rice noodles (bún), fermented shrimp paste and peanuts.

Our recommended addresses:

  • Cha ca Anh Vu, 120K1 Giang Vo Street, Ba Dinh, Hanoi
  • Ông Già Chả Cá, 18 Ly Thuong Kiet, Phan Chu Trinh, Hoàn Kiếm, Hanoi
  • Cha ca La Vong, 107 Nguyen Truong To, Ba Dinh, Hanoi
  • Cha ca Thang Long, 21 Duong Thanh Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Grilled Fish Chả Cá
It is composed of fish fried with turmeric on a bed of dill and chives

The Banh Cuon

A specialty of Northern Vietnam, Banh Cuon is a dish of dumplings with minced pork and black mushrooms. In Vietnamese culture, this dish is often enjoyed at breakfast or lunch, especially during the changing phases of the Moon (full moon, new moon, etc.). Its preparation varies slightly depending on the city in which they are prepared.

Banh Cuon Ha Noi
Banh Cuon Ha Noi

Our recommended addresses:

  • Thanh Van Banh Cuon, 14 Hang Ga, Old Quarter, Hanoi
  • Bánh cuốn Bà Hoành, 66 To Hien Thanh, Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi
  • Bánh cuốn Bà Triệu, 101 Ba Trieu, Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi

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In Central Vietnam

The cuisine of Central Vietnam is distinguished from other regions by the significant use of chili peppers. Don't forget to notify the restaurant's chef so that you can enjoy spicy dishes at your convenience, at the risk of having your palate and taste buds on fire.

Bun Bo Hue

Bun Bo Hue is the emblematic soup of Hue, the ancient imperial city of Vietnam. It is a tasty, rich and spicy soup made of rice pasta garnished with thin slices of beef shank, pieces of oxtail, and pig's trotters, all garnished with coriander, finely chopped spring onion, chopped raw onions and banana flower.

Famous chef Anthony Bourdain even said that "Bun bo Hue soup is the best soup in the world I have ever tasted." A Vietnamese dish not to be missed during your visit to Hue Vietnam!

Bun Bo Hue is the emblematic soup of Hue
Bun Bo Hue is the emblematic soup of Hue

Our recommended addresses:

  • Bun bo Madame Tuyet, 47 Nguyen Cong Tru Street, Hue
  • Bun bo Di Bup, 68 Tran Quang Khai Street, Hue
  • Bun bo madame Nga, 103 Xuan 68, Hue
  • Bun Bo Ong Vong, 5 Nguyen Du Street, Hue

The Cao Lau

This dish is a culinary specialty of Hoi An, the city of a thousand lanterns. It is a soup made from mint-flavored noodles, which you can enjoy with slices of pork, soy and crackers, all flavored with aromatic herbs. Cao Lau is a centuries-old dish, born from the culinary influence of the different communities that have lived in Hoi An, such as the French, the Chinese and the Japanese.

Our recommended addresses:

  • Hoi An Central Market, food court entrance is at the intersection of Tran Phu and Nguyen Hue streets
  • Thanh Cao Lau, 24 Thai Phien Street, Hoi An
  • Cao Lau Khong Gian Xanh, 687 Hai Ba Trung, Hoi An
This dish is a culinary specialty of Hoi An
This dish is a culinary specialty of Hoi An

Cơm Gà Hội An (Hoi An chicken rice)

Cơm Gà Hội An, a signature dish from the ancient town of Hội An, is a simple yet flavorful meal that reflects the culinary essence of Central Vietnam. It's a dish that brings together the freshness of locally sourced chicken and the richness of rice cooked in chicken broth, creating a golden-hued delight that's both comforting and satisfying.

Com Ga Hoi An
Cơm Gà Hội An, a signature dish from the ancient town of Hội An

Our recommended addresses:

  • Cơm Gà Xí Hội An: 47/2 Trần Hưng Đạo, Hội An
  • Cơm Gà Bà Nga: 8 Phan Châu Trinh, Hội An
  • Cơm Gà Ty: 27 Phan Châu Trinh, Hội An
  • Cơm Gà bà Thuận: 17/4 Hai Bà Trưng, Hội An

The Banh Beo

Another specialty of Central Vietnam, Banh Beo is a dish made from rice flour and tapioca pancakes, fried pork skin, shrimp and chives mixed in onion oil, served in small bowls. It is one of the most popular street foods in Vietnam, especially in Hue.

Banh Beo is a dish made from rice flour and tapioca pancakes, fried pork skin, shrimp and chives
Banh Beo is a dish made from rice flour and tapioca pancakes, fried pork skin, shrimp and chives

Our recommended addresses:

  • Hoa Hong Trang (White Rose) Restaurant, 533 Hai Ba Trung Street, Hoi An
  • Bánh Bèo Nậm Lọc Bà Đỏ, 8 Nguyễn Bỉnh Khiêm, Hue
  • Quán Phố Cổ - Bánh Bèo - Nậm - Lọc, 03 Nguyễn Đình Chiểu, Hué
  • Bánh Bèo Nậm Lọc Mệ Lé - Kim Long, 17/9 kiot 104 Kim Long group 7, Hue

In South Vietnam

The cuisine of South Vietnam is sweeter than that of the North of the country due to the influence of Chinese, Cambodian cuisine and Thai cuisine. Thus, we see a strong use of nuts and coconut milk in Vietnamese dishes from the South of the country. This cuisine also includes many dishes made from different dried fish as well as seafood from open water unlike those in the North from brackish water.

Cơm Tấm Sài Gòn

Cơm Tấm, or 'broken rice', is a staple in Saigon, akin to the communal Ta Pin Lu. It's a dish that celebrates the local spirit with grilled pork, crispy skin, and steamed egg cake, all harmonizing over fragrant rice. It's not just a meal; it's a shared experience, a taste of Saigon's resilience and warmth. 

Our recommended addresses:

  • Com suon Ba Cuong: 263 Tran Quang Khai, Tan Dinh Ward, District 1. Ho Chi Minh City
  • Com tam Minh Long: 607 Nguyen Thi Thap, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City
  • Com tam Sa Bi Chuong: 179 Tran Binh Trong, Ward 3, District 5, Ho Chi Minh City

The Hu Tieu

Among the typical dishes of South Vietnam, we can count Hu Tieu known as Saigon soup, a specialty of the city of Mỹ Tho. What makes it different is its rice paste, which is composed of wheat flour bound with tapioca starch. Originally from the Mekong Delta, it is the most popular Saigon breakfast soup.

 we can count Hu Tieu known as Saigon soup, a specialty of the city of Mỹ Tho.
We can count Hu Tieu known as Saigon soup, a specialty of the city of Mỹ Tho.

Our recommended addresses:

  • Lien Hua Hu Tieu, 312 An Duong Vuong Street, Ho Chi Minh City
  • Hu Tieu Hong Phat, 389 Vo Van Tan Street, Ho Chi Minh City

Lau Ta Pin Lu

Known as Lẩu in the North of the country, Ta Pin Lu is the Vietnamese hotpot of South Vietnam. This is a meal that the Vietnamese particularly like when they go out in groups.

Nothing to do with our cheese fondue or our hotpot bourguignonne, here, the dish consists of a broth which is left to boil quietly on a hot plate, and into which we immerse various ingredients according to each person's tastes: beef, chicken , squid, shrimp, carrots, ginger, bok choy, rice vermicelli and green vegetables, to name only the most popular. Very convivial, fondue is a real moment of sharing, appreciated on all occasions.

Lau Ta Pin Lu
Lau Ta Pin Lu

Our recommended addresses:

  • Lau Dau Ca Dan Ich, 99 Chau Van Liem, District 5, Ho Chi Minh City
  • Quan Lau Dong Xuyen, 407 Nguyen Chi Thanh, District 5, Ho Chi Minh City
  • Restaurant 13, 13 Ngo Duc Ke, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

Tips and tricks

If you want to try the street food experience to taste some authentic Vietnamese dishes, choose the stalls that the locals frequent, generally because the food there is good, inexpensive and safe.

  • Do not drink tap water and make sure you buy well-capped bottles of mineral water. The safest brands are “La Vie” from the Nestlé subsidiary, “Aquafina” from the Pepsi subsidiary, or even “Dasani” from the Coca-Cola subsidiary.
  • Do not consume ice cubes if you are in doubt.
  • Avoid raw foods, and make sure fruits and vegetables are thoroughly washed if you have to eat the skin.
  • Avoid eating seafood in the street, as the cold chain is not always respected. Prefer to eat them in seaside resorts or fishing villages.

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