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Bread rolls and spring rolls or goi cuon, being the oldest foods tried by the earlier tourists are now experiencing much variety in the cuisine. With rice, noodles, vegetables and meat, Vietnamese cuisine is considered to be one of the healthiest.
Pho, a lighter soup served with meat of choice along with rice noodles is a classic dish offered at both restaurants and food stalls. Seafood is an equally important part of many dishes just like chicken or beef and this standout delicacy Cha ca perfects the sautéed fish along with noodles.Bun Cha and Bahn mi are few other traditional main course dishes which differ slightly in taste according to the place it’s being made.  While Bun Cha happens to be grilled meat served with broth and noodles, Bahn mi is a sandwich with a filling of meat in it.
Coming to the dessert or Che as it’s called, this Vietnam is never falling short of choices for both locals and tourists. Since rice is an essential part of the diet here, it’s included in dessert as well, like the Che Bap made with sweet corn and rice.Che ba ba is a sweet soup made with sweet potato, tapioca pearls, and coconut milk and best enjoyed warm. Mango sweet cakes or Banh Xaoi, Mung bean pastry are few other sweet options you should try for as they are both unique and tasty.Vietnam tourism is blasting with tourists mostly backpackers visiting this amazing and serene country like never before. Vietnamese people are quite friendly, even though most of them are not familiar with English; the welcoming vibe itself is more than enough. Planning a 10-day itinerary is enough to cover the major attractions all over the country.

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