VietnamSurprise – Three Ha Noi dishes such as “Phở”, “Bún thang” and “Bún chả” will be honored at the first exhibition of traditional craft villages products in Ha Noi from October 8 to 12.
There are 12 Vietnamese dishes listed in the “Top dishes of Asia” such as: “Phở” (Vietnamese noodle), “Bún Chả” (vermicelli and grilled chopped meat), “Bún Thang” (vermicelli and chicken soup), “Bánh đa cua Hải Phòng” (Hai Phong noodle with crab soup), “Cơm Cháy Ninh Bình” (Ninh Binh rice crust), “”Miến lươn Nghệ An” (Nghe An eel vermicelli), “Bún bò Huế” (Hue beef noodle), “Mì Quảng” (Quang noodles), “Phở khô Gia Lai” (Gia Lai dry noodles), “Bánh Khọt Vũng Tàu” (Vung Tau Khot cake), “Gỏi cuốn Sài Gòn” (Saigon spring rolls) and “Cơm tấm Sài Gòn” (Saigon broken rice).
In the list of 12 dishes, there are 3 dishes of Ha Noi. The event received the title of record on 3 gastronomic dishes (“Phở”, “Bún thang” and “Bún chả”) will take place at the opening of Festival Tourism Traditional villages in Hanoi and the Red River Delta province 2013 evening 8/10 at the Sports Apparel Horse Supply, Ha Noi.
Also at this event, six dishes of Hanoi will be recognized as Vietnamese specialties are: “Bánh cuốn Thanh Trì” – Thanh Tri steamed rolled rice pancake, “Chả cá Lã Vọng” – La Vong grilled fish, “Cam canh” – Canh oranges, “Bánh cốm Hàng Than” – Hang Than green rice flake cake, “Ô mai Hàng Đường” and “Mơ Hương Sơn” – Huong Son apricots.
Regarding to Mr. Mai Tien Dung, deputy director of the Hanoi Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism: “Most foreign tourists highly appreciate the cuisines of Vietnam, in particularly, Hanoi dishes with high traditional values. So, Hanoi is proud of its dishes”