We have the famed fussy eater Emperor Tu Due to thank lor the culinary variety of Hue. While the elaborate decoration of imperial cuisine may seem profligate, even a little silly, the degustntion-style banquets can be sublime, well worthy ot a splurge.
A local speciality worth trying is the royal rice cakes, the most common of which is banh khoai. You\\\'ll find these along with other variations (banh ben, banh lac, banh it and banh nam) in street stalls and restaurants at
Dong Ba Market (st Tran Hung Dao; dishes SOCK 1O.OOOd and around town. Other street-food options include the noodle stalls set up around the Citadel at night and the com pho places along Street of Tran Cao Van.
Vegetarian food has a long tradition in Hue. Stalls in Dong Ba Market serve lots of op tions on the first and 15th days of the lunar month. You\\\'ll find several vegie options on most menus in town, some using soya-bean mock meat.View More : HUE - DA NANG - HOI AN
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