When I say Vietnamese food, what's the first thing popping into your mind? Phở? 🙂 Originated from northern Vietnam in the early 20th century, this delicious noodle soup has been popularized in other parts of the world by refugees after the Vietnam War.
Well, Vietnamese people might laugt at it, since they surely have so much more to offer than this little bowl of noodle soup. But after trying out different food around Vietnam, I have to say phở is still one of my favorites. 😄
Here I'm sharing some photos of the Phở bò (beef noodle soup) I had in Hanoi, the country's capital. Since my friend Joy is traveling there right now and we talked about the local food.
Phở consists of beef or chicken broth, herbs, and rice noodles called bánh phở. Phở bò is with beef cuts and Phở gà has chicken in it. When I was in Hanoi, I ate it almost any time of the day, but when I went to the south of Vietnam, it's more difficult to find it after breakfast time. The size of the rice noodles, the choice of herbs and the taste of the broth are also different.
This is my entry for Qurator's Tasty Tuesday competition, and here are 2 more posts I did before about Vietnam:
图文 by Donica多
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