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Hue cuisine & Hue specialties



Hue cuisine is Vietnam’s haute cuisine. During the lavish rules of royal, cooks were ordered to not only to create delicious dishes but works of art. Their skills were passed down the generations, so you can still experience authentic Royal cuisine (as well as hearty street foods) in Hue City today. Hue street food is famous for specialties :

- Bun Bo Hue (noodles) : Rice noodle soup broth is made of beef bone, and a few pieces of beef tenderloin, fermented shrimp paste, lemongrass and dried chilli. Served with lime wedges, bean sprouts and fresh vegetables.

- Com Hen (mussels rice) : A unique dish of Hue, which is made from mussels and a variety of herbs, shredded meat, peanuts, sesame seeds and pork rind atop rice. Its preparation is complicated, but it's considered a humble dish that everyone can enjoy.

- Goi Mit (young jackfruit salad) : Young jackfruit, green papaya and green mango are treated as vegetables instead of fruit in this salad. Served with crispy rice paper and special fish sauce. An unusual and tasty salad.

- Banh Bot Loc (cake) : Tubular rice dumplings stuffed with shrimp and ground pork, cooked inside a banana leaf.

- Banh Beo (cake) : Small circular rice flour topped with minced shrimp, fried shallots and crispy pork rind.

- Banh Khoai (cake) : A savoury rice flour pancake embedded with shrimp, pork and topped with bean sprouts and vegetables before folding.

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Hue imperial city
          - Hue royal antiquities museum
          - Gia Long tomb
          - Minh Mang tomb
          - Thieu Tri tomb
          - Tu Duc tomb
          - Khai Dinh tomb
          - An Dinh palace
          - Thien Mu pagoda
          - Dong Ba market
          - Truong Tien bridge
          - Thuan An beach
          - Bach Ma national park
          - Tam Giang lagoon
          - Lang Co beach
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