Vegetarian food in Viet Nam
Vietnam is a very beautiful country in Asia with its variety of cuisine. Each region has different specialities from the North to the West. Vietnam has a rich culinary tradition and it influenced by the country’s cultural roots and regional diversity, bringing forth the best of Vietnamese cuisine.
Vegetarian food in Vietnam is very rich in taste and processing. In each restaurant, vegetarian food is made with different traditional recipes. Even in the same city, vegetarian restaurants serve diners with different cuisines. But i can make sure that the similarities in these vegetarian meals everywhere are that there is no meat, very green vegetables and organic food. It is nutritious and healthy foods.
These are your best vegan options when you come to this beautiful country. Youshould try them at any Vietnamese restaurants because they are the hidden gems of our cuisines.
1. In Hanoi’s Old quarter, we stumbled upon this gentle lady selling some kinds of sticky rice.
Vietnamese locals usually eat rice for their breakfast. We realised that she sell only around early in the morning everyday, and packed up by 9am because she was sold out of rice. Our favourite was white rice with chickpeas, sugar and dessicated coconut. A box of rice cost around 0.5USD, very cheap.
2. Bun nem chay is a light and refreshing of Vietnamese. You can find this dish everywhere in Vietnam.
Vietnamese rolls include rice noodles, egg , topped with a mixed of Vietnamese greens, peanuts and the special Vietnamese fish sauce. Vietnamese rolls and vermicelli noodles is one of the best Vietnamese traditional food.
3. Hot pot is probably the best dinner party dish i want to recomend; you can enjoy it during winter!
There is a simmering soup stock on the table, served with mushrooms, vegetables, and precooked rice noodles. Each restaurant makes it a little different, but i like most is in Minh Chay restaurant. Sometimes they will add pineapple for extra taste! When you come a restaurant, the waitress will bring the hot pot so you can cook it with your friends and your family in the middle of the table.
4. Pho (Rice noodle)
A steaming bowl of vegan pho in Hanoi, packed with noodles, tofu and a powerful flavour kick from the fresh herbs added in after cooking, is one of the most satisfying things to eat ( you can try at any time of the day). You adjust the flavour to your tastes by adding whichever herbs you are more partial too and by throwing in as much chilli as you fancy.
You want to know where to eat Vegan Pho in Hanoi. Follow me and i will help you. As you know, the easiest way to have a vegan meal is to eat at a vegetarian restaurant. The first and fifteenth every month are ‘fasting’ days for Buddhists in my country so many people eat vegetarian for the day, you can eat on these days if you want to feel fasting atmosphere in Hanoi. Hanoi’s most famous dish is Pho and it would be a real shame to if you come to my country without trying it, so make the effort to get to Minh Chay, they serve a genuinely vegetarian Pho and i am sure that Pho Chay with no meat broth.
5. Bún Cha Gio Chay is typically a delicious dish of Vietnamese cuisene. It is very light and bright with flavour.
The vegan spring rolls is very special, it mades by vegetable. The filling comprises of cloud ear fungus,taro and mung bean noodles, peas, sometimes it has fried tofu, and flavouring (salt, pepper, and mushroom broth granules).
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