|From simple to fancy food|
From a rural food, rice vermicelli has become a favorite in the most expensive restaurants because it is easy to cook and can be used to create many delicious dishes.
For example, there are 60 dishes based on rice vermicelli at Bun Ta Restaurant. These 60 dishes represent the northern, central and southern regions of Vietnam.
Some examples are rice vermicelli soup, dry-rice vermicelli, stir-fried rice vermicelli and rice vermicelli wrapped in rice paper.
Itâ€™s almost revolutionary how far rice vermicelli has come.
This trend can be seen in bun bo (beef and rice noodle soup), bun oc (rice vermicelli soup with snails and tomatoes), bun thang (vermicelli and chicken soup), bun cha ca Quy Nhon (Quy Nhonstyle rice vermicelli soup with fried fish paste), and bun rieu cua (vermicelli and sour crab soup).
Each restaurant has its own recipes and a keen chef dreaming up more dishes that incorporate rice vermicelli.
Sitting in an expensive restaurant and listening to gentle music, diners will experience relaxing moments as they enjoy their rice vermicelli.
Although rice vermicelli is prepared in different ways and with different ingredients, it retains the special taste and simple beauty of the Vietnamese spirit.