Ba Ria-Vung Tau travel,Vietnamese food
A combo of woven vermicelli at An Nhut Eatery.

Fine rice vermicelli offered on the menu of An Nhut Restaurant has been passed on from generation to generation. The dish has a unique flavor, which is hard to be found elsewhere. The flavor comes from ingredients and preparations.

Long Dien fragrant rice and sticky rice are soaked together in water for 10 hours before being ground into powder. The powder mixture is then steamed in 20 minutes. After that, the cooked mixture is shaped into thin slices using a pressing tool. Now, the fine rice vermicelli topped with scallion oil is ready to be served.

The fine rice vermicelli in each place has its own flavor that is unforgettable to diners. However, the delicacy provided by An Nhut’s secret recipe is associated with its special chewy texture.

At the restaurant, fine rice vermicelli is prepared only after a guest places an order. Therefore, the hot fine rice vermicelli will exert a profound effect on diners who are eager to taste it immediately.

 

Fine rice vermicelli will be served with grilled meat or spring rolls and fresh herbs and vegetables, such as cucumber, lettuce, basil leave, fish mint, young star fruit and banana.

Diners take a rice paper to wrap all of them with some pickles, dip into fish sauce and enjoy.

Source: SGT

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A popular Vietnamese dish

A popular Vietnamese dish

Banh hoi (rice vermicelli woven into intricate bundles) boasts not only a delicious flavor but also the way to enjoy it. The rice vermicelli is often served with roasted pork and sweet and sour fish sauce.