Rice Noodle Soup with Fish Pie in Danang

Noodle Soup with Fish Pie

Rice Noodle Soup with Fish Pie

Rice Noodle Soup plays an important part in Vietnamese cuisine. Pho Noodle Soup is the national dish of Vietnam and popular in most of regions in Vietnam. Hue Noodle Soup is specialty of Hue city and becomes popular around Vietnam. Bun Rieu Cua, Clear Rice Noodle Soup, Crab Soup Cake are beloved in South Vietnam. Coming to Central Vietnam, any tourist shouldn’t miss Rice Noodle Soup with Fish Pie. Fish is a healthy ingredient but it’s not easy to use it to cook noodle soup because of the fishy smell. Vietnamese cook will surprise you with the secret recipe making a flavorful and smelling dish.Rice Noodle Soup with Fish Pie (Bun Cha Ca) is popular in Nha Trang, Danang, Quy Nhon and Saigon. Each region has its style cooking Bun Cha Ca but in this post, I’d like to introduce Bun Cha Ca I’ve eaten in Danang – the city of beaches, bridges, mountains, pagodas and foods. I was totally satisfied with my portion of Bun Cha Ca and I’m sure I will eat again when I come back to Danang.

Rice Noodle Soup with Fish Pie in Danang

The broth is cooked from fish bone, fish head, pineapple, pickle, tomato and bamboo shoots for at least 5 hours. The broth must be clear, rich and hot. The noodle soup is topped with chewy fried or steamed fish pie and chopped green onion. The fish pie is made from only fresh fish, salt, black pepper without adding other kinds of meat or powder so that the pie is very flavorful. Bean sprouts, fresh herbs, pickle and salad couldn’t be missed to make the noodle soup not greasy. Dinner could add chili paste, fish sauce and macerated shrimp and fish paste at his wish.

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To eat, you have to use chopsticks to tuck in the noodle, vegetable, pickle and fish pie. A spoon is used to eat the hot and comfortable broth. If you’ve eaten Pho or other kinds of noodle soup, you’ll find it easy to try this amazing dish.

Where to eat best Rice Noodle Soup with Fish Pie in Vietnam?

  • 109 Nguyen Chi Thanh Street, District Hai Chau, Danang City;
  • Nam Beo food stall at B2 Phan Boi Chau building, Nha Trang City;
  • Loan food stall, 123 Ngo Gia Tu Street, Nha Trang City;
  • 2-4 Dong Nai Street, District 10, Ho Chi Minh City;
  • 49 Dinh Tien Hoang Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City;
  • 31 Dien Bien Phu Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City;
  • 423 Nguyen Tri Phuong Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City;

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