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Street food in Vietnam is not simply a list of Vietnamese traditional dishes sold on the streets, it also expresses a part of the beauty of Vietnamese people’s culture, lifestyle, feelings, thought. Moreover, it is a combination of Vietnamese traditional culture and other nations’ cultures which dominated Vietnam in history especially in China.
Throughout more than 4000-year history with many ups and downs, Vietnamese culture, in general, and cuisine, in particular, were affected so strongly by Chinese culture that people have no difficulty in finding some Vietnamese street food quite similar to Chinese food such as baozi, noodles, and so on. However, anyone who tried Vietnamese street foods will all realize the difference as the Vietnamese changed and created to make our own dishes with unique tastes.
Vietnamese cuisine focuses on the harmony of ingredients to bring refreshing flavors, keep natural tastes, and be good for our health. In each dish, tourists will find adequate taste including sour, spicy, salty, and sweet, which is very attractive. This is the reason that Vietnamese street food makes a great impression on many tourists.
In addition, there will not be any country that you can find that in any origin all have their own specialty like Vietnam. From the south to the north, each province all has specialties for tourists to enjoy as Banh Da Cua in Haiphong; Com, Cha Ca La Vong, Bun Thang, etc. in Hanoi; Beef noodles in Hue; Coconut candies (Keo Dua) in Soc Trang, and so on.



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The beef in the soup is simmered for hours with cinnamon, star anise, and other warm spices to create a wonderfully aromatic base for this rice noodle soup, according to CNN. CNN has named phở bò (Vietnamese beef noodle soup) second on the list of 20 best soups in the world.


Bánh Mì

Banh mi is described with a light baguette grilled over coals. After a smear of mayonnaise and a dollop of pâté, the crispy shell is filled with meat, crunchy pickled vegetables, and fresh herbs. It is then typically seasoned with a few drops of soy sauce and a spicy chili condiment. Banh mi (Bread) ranks second in a recent story run in Guardian about the World's Best Street Food and written by foodie Richard Johnson.


Gỏi Cuốn

*Rank 5th in 10 Vietnamese Food Must Try by CNN. These light and fresh spring rolls are a wholesome choice when you've been indulging in too much of the fried food in Vietnam. The translucent parcels are first packed with salad greens, a sliver of meat or seafood, and a layer of coriander, before being neatly rolled and dunked in Vietnam's favorite condiment -- fish sauce.


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