Built on the banks of Perfume River, Hue is the city in the central of Vietnam and is known as the home of the last dynasty of Vietnam, the Nguyen Dynasty, who ruled the country from 1802 to 1945.
With its rich history, Hue is known for its beautiful landscape, grand architecture of the royal citadel and royal tombs. But more importantly, Hue is famous for its food, which was developed through many years of serving to the last royal families of Vietnam.
There are five unique dishes of Hue that Vinpearl Travel recommend any visitors to try when they visit this noble city.
Bún bò Huế (Hue Beef Noodles Soup)
Beef noodles soup, Hue style is one of the dishes regularly served in the royal Nguyen court. It is round rice noodles served in bowl of broth made from stew beef bones, pork bones and herbs. The noodles are topped with thinly sliced slivers of beef, a trunk of pork knuckles, chopped fresh herbs and special paste made from local shrimps. The bowl of noodles is rich in flavour and aroma, and is often served with a side salad of beansprouts and local vegetables.
Enjoying a bowl of Hue beef noodle soup in the morning will give you the full energy for the whole day of exploration and tourist activities.