Food & Drinks

Mui Ne is not only the paradise for beach lovers but also for those who love to explore new foods. When it comes to food specialties in Mui Ne, you are not supposed to skip any of these dishes below.

1. Fish Salad

Fresh fish with juice and marinade with ginger, galingale, minced garlic, lemon is a favorable food for locals. The fish named Cá Mai is main ingredient for that dish. The recipe is simple and ingredients are easy to prepare. Fresh fish is cut into flat pieces and put neatly on a dish with some red hot pepper and roasted peanuts on top. Fish salad is served with noodles, herbs, vegetable, rice paper and dipping sauce made from fish sauce, sugar, lime juice, chopped garlic and chili.
Fish salad with its unique taste and ingredients is crazy good. When you are in Mui Ne, don't miss the chance to try fish salad.

2. Deep fried loi fish in pork grease (cá lồi xối mỡ)

This is such a simple dish with just one steamed Loi fish with rice paper and yet it isalways the very first dish to appear on the menu’s in Phan Thiet. One tip for the food lovers, you should only choose those fish that weight from 1 to 2 kilogram. They have the best flavors. If your going to prepare the food then First, you use the knife to shave off the grease and crush the citronella. Next, you need to remove all the fish guts, wash it with salt water. Third, slice the fish then steam it. Fourth, fry the minced spring onions. Finally, when you serve the dish, you can put the fish on a plate, pour grease and onion on top, sprinkle some roasted peanuts and eat with rice paper, vegetables and sauce. This is a traditional seafood dish, and it is so delicious and fresh. It’s well worth taking some time to try when you go to visit Phan Thiet.

3. Grilled squid teeth (răng mực nướng)

You may be surprised by the main ingredients but we guarantee once you try grilled squid teeth (răng mực nướng), you will understand why it should be on your list of best Vietnamese Food. The cook will grill, fry or stir fry, depending on what you like, but anyway you eat it, the grilled squid teeth will quickly become one of your favorite things about Phan Thiet.

4. Grilled Vietnamese iguana (dông đất nướng)

In Phan Thiet, the most famous restaurant is on Nguyễn Đình Chiểu street named Viet Nam Home and this place serves one very famous dish. It is called grilled Vietnamese iguana (dông đất nướng). Once you taste it, you would understand why it is one of our Best Vietnamese Foods. Besides grilling you can try other delicious variations such as: Vietnamese iguana sausage, salad or porridge. They are all delicious and unforgettable.

6. Phan Thiet sweet potato cake (Bánh Rế)

Banh re is a kind of snack that every kid love to eat. It is made from sweet potato. After washing and rejecting the cover of sweet potato, the locals shave sweet potato into fibers and fried it till it is well done with good smell. Next, they dip fried sweet potato into caramel for a while then put it on a tray to dry out. People come to Mui Ne usually buy banh re as a gift when returning home.

7. Quai Vac Cake (Bánh Quai Vạc)

Quai vac cake is a rustic and popular dish in Phan Thiet. This cake is made from tapioca with shrimp and pork and the dough is kneaded into small pieces that look like tiny pillows. You can eat this dish with fish sauce and herbs with fried onion on top.

8. Seafood hot pot ( Lau tha )

Seafood hot pot is always listed as a must for all foodies coming to Mui ne. Firstly, you pick the fresh fish then process them extremely carefully and dip fresh fish into lime juice to get rid of fishy smell. Come along with fresh fish is boiled pork and fried egg that are cut into fibers. You will eat this dish with roasted rice paper, broth and raw vegetable. The important thing is the dipping sauce; it must be made of pure anchovy fish sauce of Phan Thiet

9. Rice paper and Shrimp pate

Rice paper dip in shrimp pate is a familiar food of the locals. Shrimp pate is mixed with chopped garlic and red hot pepper. To enhance the taste, you can add a little lemon juice on the mixture. People cover rice paper and boiled quail eggs then eat the fried fertimented paper withshrimp pate and spices. This is a very simple but tasty dish for tourists those who want to try out the street food in Mui Ne.
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