100 Vietnamese food you must-try when you visit Vietnam

Do you love Vietnamese cuisine? This is the list of 100 Vietnamese food you must-try when you visit Vietnam:

Dưới đây là danh sách 100 món ngon phải thử ít nhất một lần khi bạn đến Việt Nam:

  1. Bánh bèo Rice flour cake with dried shrimp and crispy pork skin
  2. Bánh bột lọc – Translucent rice cake with dried shrimp inside
  3. Bánh canh chả cá-  Rice noodle soup with fish cake.
  4. Bánh canh cua- Rice noodle soup with crab
  5. Bánh canh giò heo- Rice noodle soup with
  6. Bánh căn – Fried cake with flour and egg
  7. Bánh chưng – Sticky rice and pork cakes
  8. Bánh cuốn Hà Nội
  9. Bánh đa cá Hải Phòng
  10. Bánh giò – Fried meat filled pastry
  11. Bánh hỏi lòng heo
  12. Bánh mì Hội An – The best banh mi in Vietnam
  13. Bánh tôm – Shrimp cakes
  14. Bánh tráng trộn 
  15. Bánh tráng nướng – Vietnamese pizza – grilled rice papper
  16. Bánh tráng mắm ruốc – Grilled banh trang rolls with fermented shrimp sauce Phan Thiết
  17. Bánh tráng cuốn – Rice paper rolls with dried shrimp and peanut
  18. Bánh flan – Caramel custard with coffee
  19. Bánh sữa – Cake with condensed milk and butter
  20. Bao tử chiên – Deepfried beef stomach
  21. Bò khô – Dried beef
  22. Bột chiên – Fried rice cakes with egg
  23. Bún bò Huế- Beef noodle soup from hue.
  24. Bún chả 
  25. Bún đậu mắm tôm – Pressed rice noodles, fried tofu, fermented shrimp paste
  26. Bún hến
  27. Bún mọc- pork and mushroom meatball soup with bamboo.
  28. Bún mắm (miền Tây)
  29. Bún mắm nêm
  30. Bún ngao cá
  31. Bún riêu/Bún riêu ốc
  32. Canh bún
  33. Canh chua cá- sour fish soup.
  34. Canh ốc chuối đậu-  Green banana, tofu, and snail soup, hanoi.
  35. Cá lóc chiên xù
  36. Cá lóc hấp cuốn bánh tráng
  37. Cá khô/mực khô – Dried fish and squid
  38. Cà pháo muối chua – Fermented baby eggplant
  39. Cà pháo mắm tôm- Fermented baby eggplant with fermented shrimp paste
  40. Cà phê trứng – Egg coffee. Hanoi
  41. Cải chua – Fermented mustard greens
  42. Chà bông – Dried shredded pork. aka pork fluff
  43. Chả cuốn Phan Thiết
  44. Cháo hào – Oyster rice porridge. we enjoyed this dish on stormy night during monsoon season, inside a sheet metal shack in front of the beach in vung tau. tiny oysters the size of your fingernail, ginger, black pepper and scallions came together in a perfect storm of warmth and spice. combined with the setting of a thundering monsoon, this is one of my most distinct food memories from southern vietnam.
  45. Cháo sườn Hà Nội – Pork porridge with fried bread and chà bông
  46. Cháo lòng – Pork organ porrige, a specialty for breakfast in hanoi.
  47. Chè xoài – Mango sweet soup
  48. Chè heo quay
  49. Cơm gà – Chicken rice. found in different forms all over the central and southern vietnamese provinces.
  50. Cơm chiên cá mặn Phan Thiết-  fried rice with saled anchovie
  51. Cua lột chiên – Fried soft shell crabs
  52. Đồ nướng Lào Cai – Mixed grill
  53. Giò thủ- vietnamese headcheese. a terrine made from the face of the pig. many different variations exist, but it commonly includes tree ear mushrooms and is eaten during tet holiday.
  54. Gỏi củ hũ dừa tôm thịt – Coconut stem salad with pork ear, shrimp, herbs and peanuts.
  55. Gỏi cuốn-  Fresh salad rolls.
  56. Gỏi khô bò – Dried beef and papaya salad.
  57. Gỏi ốc giác – Giant snail salad
  58. Heo giả cầy
  59. Heo quay – Crispy pork
  60. Hủ tiếu bò kho
  61. Khoai mì hấp nước dừa – Coconut steamed yuca
  62. Kẹo đậu phộng – Peanut candy
  63. Lẩu bò nhúng dấm – Beef hotpot with vinager, coconut, pinapple
  64. Lẩu dê – Lamb hotpot.
  65. Lẩu ếch – Frog hotpot. can be found all over vietnam.
  66. Lẩu riêu cua sườn sụn – a hot pot with freshwater crab paste (rieu), pork cartilage, tofu
  67. Lẩu vịt om sấu – Duck hotpot from hanoi. sau is a special sour fruit from the north.
  68. Lòng mề gà xào trứng non- chicken organs stir fried with predeveloped eggs.
  69. Mì quảng-
  70. Miến lươn- glassnoodle and eel soup, specialty in hanoi
  71. Miến ngan- glass noodle and goose soup, specialty in the north
  72. Miến trộn-  glass noodle salad.
  73. Mít trộn – Young jackfruit salad
  74. Nem chua – Sour sausage
  75. Nem chua rán- Deepfried sour sausage
  76. Nem nướng cuốn-  grilled sour sausage, rolled in rice paper with raw herbs, cucumber and starfruit. served with a peanut dipping sauce. specialty in Nha trang
  77. Nước mía – Sugarcane juice.
  78. Nghêu hấp xả – Clams steamed with lemongrass
  79. Ốc móng tay xào rau muống – Sliced snail stir-fried with morning glory
  80. Ốc mỡ xào me – Snail with tamarind sauce.
  81. Phá lấu- pork organs,
  82. Phở cuốn & Phở chiên phồng
  83. Phở chua-  A special noodle soup from Cao bang
  84. Phở bò sốt vang
  85. Phở gà đen Đồng Văn – Black chicken and red rice noodle
  86. Rau má – Pennywort juice
  87. Răng mực- squid beaks. specialty in phan thiet.
  88. Sò điệp nướng mỡ hành
  89. Sủi cảo– Chinese style soup in Saigon.
  90. Sữa chua mít – Jackfruit yogurt
  91. Sinh tố – Smoothie
  92. Trứng vịt lộn- Duck embryo
  93. Trứng cút lộn sa tế-  Quail embryo, stewed in chili paste.
  94. Thắng cố- Horse organ soup. specialty of bac ha, in the northwestern mountains
  95. Thịt lạp- cured pork belly. Tam Son
  96. Tiết canh – Raw duck blood soup, with peanuts, scallions and crushed bone
  97. Tré – Sour pork skin sausage from hue.
  98. Vịt chua ngọt- Sweet and sour fried duck.
  99. Vịt rang riềng-  Fried duck with galagal
  100. Xôi xéo – Sticky rice, with mung bean and pork fluff
  101. Xôi gà – Chicken sticky rice
  102. Xôi gấc – sticky rice, deep purple from the tropical fruit gac.