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List of Vietnamese culinary specialities

This is a list of culinary specialities in Vietnamese cuisine.

Contents

An Giang Province

  • Khô cá lóc đồng
  • Mắm thái Châu Đốc
  • Bánh canh Vĩnh Trung, Tịnh Biên District
  • Bò cạp chiên giòn, Bảy Núi mountainous area, Tịnh Biên District
  • Mắm ruột
  • Tung lò mò
  • Khô cá tra phồng
  • Bia chua Bảy Núi
  • Bánh thốt nốt
  • Bò cạp chiên
  • Bún cá Long Xuyên
  • Dưa xoài non

Bà Rịa–Vũng Tàu Province

  • Ốc vú nàng, Côn Đảo island
  • Bánh khọt Bà Rịa - a southern specialty consisting of small, fried rice flour pancakes

Bạc Liêu Province

  • Bún bò cay Bạc Liêu
  • Chả Bạc Liêu

Bắc Giang Province

  • Bánh đa Kế - rice cracker

Bắc Kạn Province

  • Bánh Khẩi Thuy of Tay ethnic minority.

Bắc Ninh Province

Bến Tre Province

Bình Dương Province

Bình Định Province

Bình Phước Province

Bình Thuận Province

  • Bánh quai vạc tôm thịt
  • Bánh rế
  • Gỏi ốc giác, Phan Thiết city

Cà Mau Province

  • Chả trứng mực
  • rùa - turtle
  • Bánh tâ`m cari - gà
  • Bún nứoc lèo

Cần Thơ city

Cao Bằng Province

  • Phở chua
  • Chè đắng

Đà Nẵng city

See Quảng Nam Province

Đắk Lắk Province

Đắk Nông Province

Điện Biên Province

Đồng Nai Province

Đồng Tháp Province

  • Nem Lai Vung, Lai Vung District
  • Bánh Phồng Tôm - traditional snack made from ground shrimp, sometimes mixed with cuttlefish, arrowroot flour, tapioca flour, onion, garlic, sugar, fish sauce, cracked black pepper and salt.

Gia Lai Province

  • Phở khô Gia Lai

Hà Giang Province

  • Bánh cuốn trứng

Hà Nam Province

  • Bánh cuốn chả

Hà Nội capital

  • Phở
  • Bánh cuốn Thanh Trì, Thanh Trì District
  • Bánh tôm Hồ Tây - battered and deep fried julienned sweet potatoes with shrimp
  • Bún ốc phủ Tây Hồ
  • Bún Chả cá Lã Vọng - fish filets that that are grilled then pan fried and served with Bún and vegetables.[3]
  • Rươi
  • Cốm
  • Bún chả Hà Nội - thin rice vermicelli served cold with grilled marinated pork similar to Bún thịt nướng[3]
  • Bún đậu mắm tôm - Pressed vermicelli noodles with fried tofu served with shrimp paste[4]
  • Phở cuốn Ngũ Xã
  • Kem Tràng Tiền

Hà Tây Province

  • Cháo vịt Vân Đình, Ứng Hoà District
  • Tương Cự Đà, Cự Khê commune, Thanh Oai District
  • Nem Phùng

Hà Tĩnh Province

  • Kẹo cu đơ
  • Rượu Can Lộc

Hải Dương Province

  • Bánh đậu xanh - sweet mung bean paste
  • Rượu Phú Lộc

Hải Phòng

  • Bánh đa cua - red noodles with crab
  • Chả giò cua biển
  • Bún tôm Hải Phòng

Hậu Giang Province

  • Bún mắm Phụng Hiệp - vermicelli noodle soup with a heavy shrimp paste broth

Hòa Bình Province

Saigon / Ho Chi Minh City

  • Bánh Bột Chiên - A Chinese influenced pastry that exists in many versions all over Asia; the Vietnamese version features a special tangy soy sauce on the side, rice flour cubes with fried eggs and some vegetables. This is a popular after-school snack for young students.[1]
  • Gỏi ba khía lá lìm kìm, Cần Giờ District
  • Sâm bổ lượng
  • Mi Cho Lon
  • Cơm tấm (sườn, bì, chả, trứng) (Sai Gon Vietnamese Broken Rice)
  • Gỏi cuốn (Sai Gon Fresh Spring Rolls)

Hưng Yên Province

  • Tương bần
  • Bánh dày làng Gàu, Gàu village, Cửu Cao cummune, Văn Giang District - white, flat, round glutinous rice cake with tough, chewy texture filled with mung bean or served with Vietnamese sausage (Giò lụa)

Khánh Hòa Province

Kiên Giang Province

Kon Tum Province

Lai Châu Province

Lạng Sơn Province

  • Phở chua
  • Bánh cuốn trứng

Lào Cai Province

Lâm Đồng Province

Long An Province

Nam Định Province

  • Bánh gai
  • Bánh nhãn
  • Bún Cá Nam Định - Nam Định Fish Noodle Soup[3]
  • Chè kho

Ninh Bình Province

  • Cơm cháy Ninh Bình - scorched rice, similar to the Chinese dish, Guoba
  • Gỏi cá sống Kim Sơn, Kim Sơn District
  • Mắm rươi
  • Thịt dê Ninh Bình - A goat dish from Ninh Bình

Ninh Thuận Province

  • Dông 7 món
  • Cơm gà Ninh Thuận
  • Gỏi cá mai

Nghệ An Province

Phú Thọ Province

Phú Yên Province

Quảng Bình Province

Quảng Nam Province

Quảng Ninh Province

Quảng Ngãi Province

- Don

Quảng Trị Province

Sóc Trăng Province

Sơn La Province

Tây Ninh Province

Tiền Giang Province

  • Hủ tiếu Mỹ Tho - clear pork broth with rice vermicelli and wheat flour noodles (mì)
  • Bò viên - beef balls

Tuyên Quang Province

Thái Bình Province

Thái Nguyên Province

Thanh Hóa Province

Thừa Thiên–Huế Province

See also Vietnamese Imperial Meals and Vietnamese Kings Offering Meals

  • Bún bò Huế
  • Gỏi cá sanh cầm - raw fish salad
  • Mắm sò Lăng Cô
  • Tré Huế - Fermented/cured shrimp - similar to nem chua
  • Bánh bèo
  • Cơm hến - rice with clams
  • Bún hến - rice noodles with clams & clam sauce
  • Bánh nậm - flat rice flour dumpling from Huế stuffed with minced pork and mushroom, and seasoned with pepper and spices; wrapped in a banana leaf
  • Bánh bột lọc - cassava cake packed with shrimp[5]
  • Cuốn cá nục
  • Bánh gói chợ Cầu
  • Bánh tét làng Chuồn, Phú An commune, Phú Vang District
  • Chè nhãn bọc hạt sen - made from longan and lotus seeds
  • Chè đậu ngự - made from Phaseolus lunatus (or moon beans) - an imperial dish
  • Cuốn ram
  • Bánh khoái Thượng Tứ
  • Bánh phong Kim Long
  • Chạo tôm
  • Mè xửng Huế - a chewy sesame candy
  • Bánh lá chả tôm
  • Bánh ít Huế
  • Bánh đúc

Trà Vinh Province

  • Cơm cà ri dê - goat curry rice
  • Bánh ống Trà Vinh

Vĩnh Long Province

Bưởi năm roi (Five rod grapefruit) Thanh trà (Tea fruit)

Vĩnh Phúc Province

  • Water dropwort salad (Hương Canh, Bình Xuyên)
  • Nem chua Vĩnh Yên
  • Bánh gio Tây Đình, Tây Đình, Bình Xuyên huyện
  • Cá thính chua, Sông Lô huyện
  • Chè kho (Lập Thạch)
  • Bánh nẳng (Lập Thạch)
  • Fried rice cake (Lập Thạch)

Yên Bái Province

See also

References

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