There is a saying that the more delicacies of a region where you travel to you taste, the better you understand it. That can not be wrong if you want to learn more about Phan Thiet. There are six following dishes that you can not miss when you travel in Phan Thiet.
Banh Canh (Vietnamese Thick Noodle Soup)
Although Banh Canh in Phan Thiet is a common recipe which is easy to prepare, however it is highly nutritious for people at any age. You can have bread soaked in the broth while savoring this must-try food of Phan Thiet as it is considered as an interesting way to get a sense of the quintessence inside it. Especially, the food is seemingly sweeter and more unique than itself in other places. Remember to give it a try during your trip in Phan Thiet.
Banh trang mam ruoc ( Grilled Rice Paper With Fermented Shrimp Paste )
Enjoying the rice paper with fish sauce is grilled in cold rainy days, there is no more pleasure than this delicious Phan Thiet.
Inside, there is onion fat, shrimp paste, eggs, butter, rolls, spring rolls and shrimp paste. This dish is made very simple but the inside is varied in different styles, depending on the restaurant.
Banh Quai Vac
In Phan Thiet and other lands of Vietnam, Banh Quai Vac is listed as street food sold every corner by vendors. However, it is favourite dished of many people thanks to golden crust, crunchy, wrapped in fragrant mushroom flesh, dotted with chutney or served with pickle sauce, raw vegetables are delicious.
Rang Muc Nuong (Grilled Squid Teeth)
In Phan Thiet city, squid teeth are used to make a lot of dishes. Local people often steam, stew, grill, fry squid teeth with different spices and recipes. A dish of squid teeth, although having the same name, can taste completely different in different stall. If you can make it to Phan Thiet, don’t forget to add these dishes to your must-try list.
Lau Tha (Special Fish Hotpot)
Also included in must try food list in Phan Thiet is Lau Tha (or special fish hotpot).
The broth of “lau tha” is made by stewing pork bones, shrimp and tomatoes. “Lau tha” is eated with rice vermicelli, the popular element in most kinds of hot-pot in Vietnam. Along with rice vermicelli and the broth, a bowl of “lau tha” includes of boiled pork, jullienned fried egg, herbs, julienned green mango, cucumber, “mai fish” (with all bones removed) seasoned with lime, garlic and chill.
Muc Mot Nang (Once Sun Dried Squid)
Another specialty which is also the must-try food in Phan Thiet is once dried squid in the sun. To enjoy it, you just need to grill it on coal until it becomes pale yellow and its flavor spreads everywhere. It is better to eat with a small bowl chilli sauce .
Is your mouth watering now ? Let’s hit the road and ready for the more the amazing dishes .
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