The popular breakfast dishes of Ninh Binh people

Update: 17/05/2023
Possessing a rich and diverse cuisine, even in the breakfast dishes of Ninh Binh people, the culinary culture of the ancient Citadel is clearly shown. The breakfast gifts are so simple, yet they encapsulate the hospitality and kindness of the people here. Coming to Ninh Binh, visitors should not miss the attractive breakfast dishes such as: Bun cha quat, Bun moc, eel vermicelli, Banh da ca ro dong.

"Bun cha quat"

If you want to try delicious "Bun cha quat", you must definitely go to the ancient capital of Ninh Binh. "Bun cha quat" leaves a deep impression on diners because of the rich flavor that is marinated into each piece of meat. In particular, minced meat is grilled to the edge, eye-catching without being dry; Eating with sour food, raw vegetables, sweet and sour fish sauce is ecstatic!


"Bun moc Kim Son"

"Bun moc Kim Son" has always been a part of generations of Ninh Binh people. It's still the pork bones that have been stewed for hours, still noodles with meatballs, yet strangely memorable. Just from the first moment of tasting the broth, you can fully feel the sweetness of the countryside with the skillful hands of the genuine people of this land. 


Eel vermicelli

Eel vermicelli is considered a must-try dish here. Also made from vermicelli and eel, but the traditional eel vermicelli in Ninh Binh is different from other regions because the broth is made from eel bones, simmered eel blood and bones for a long time so that the water retains its sweetness and natural fat. . Thanks to that, when the bowl of eel is brought out, the broth is dark brown, thick and extremely delicious and mouth-watering. The eel meat is rimmed according to its own recipe, so when eaten, the eel is fragrant, sweet, without any fishy smell.

"Banh da ca ro dong"

Another delicious dish that you must definitely enjoy when you come here is "Banh da ca ro dong". Dong perch is the raw material used by the people here to make the very attractive "Banh da ca ro dong". Perch meat is boned, mixed with spices such as salt and pepper, then rimmed with fish sauce and dried onions to make the meat rich. The soft, chewy rice paper fibers along with the well-seasoned broth served with delicious vegetables and cod fish will make visitors remember forever.

Source: Trans: Thuy Tien, photos: Xuan Lam - NBTPIC
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