Vietnamese Food Favorites You Will Love

Vietnamese food has achieved cult status around the world due to the global popularity of Pho, the ubiquitous noodle soup found in cities as varied as Budapest and Cape Town.

However, the 90+ million people who live in Southeast Asia countries eat a lot more Vietnamese foods than just Pho.

There are so many foods you must eat in Vietnam. We have our favorites and, by the end of your trip, you will too!

Bun Bo Hue


Ironically, Bun Bo Hue translates to Beef Noodle Soup from Hue even though Bun Bo broths are often made with some pork.

Mi Quang (Mì Quảng)

Wildly popular in Vietnam’s central hub of Da Nang. In Da Nang, the local favorite is cheap and available everywhere.


Banh Cuon (Bánh Cuốn)

Invented in Northern Vietnam but available throughout the country, Banh Cuon is a cheap, fun breakfast option for those days you’re not in the mood for soup.


Banh Xeo (Bánh Xèo)

Inspired by French crepes and invented in Central Vietnam, Banh Xeo are yellow pancakes filled with a mix of ingredients including pork, shrimp and vegetables.


Cau Lau (Cao Lầu)

Famous for its charming waterfront and yellow buildings, Hoi An’s greatest attraction may be the tastiest street food available at its Central Market and all over town.


Swipe up to learn more!