Vietnam Food: Mỳ Quảng

Vietnam Food: Mỳ Quảng

Vietnam Food in Hoi An

Mỳ Quảng

This noodle dish is called : Mỳ Quảng. This Vietnam food is often my breakfast here in Vietnam at least once a week. What I love about it is it has enough, but not too much protein, (2 slices of pork, 2 shrimp, 2 Quail eggs, and rice noodles, yes, rice has some protein in it) and fresh vegetables, lime and chili peppers. I try to live by the rule of 80% vegetables and 20% protein.
The Vietnamese lady that owns and works there is very sanitary. She wears plastic gloves and has assistants that wash the vegetables, and the dinnerware. It’s extremely hard to find, buried in a back alley with virtually no one speaking English unless you go with a local. Fortunate for me I lived at a Natur & Natur Homestay at An Bang Beach this past fall. More to come on foods and culture of Vietnam…

— in Hội An.

Author: TL

Editor & Chief, professional photographer who's passionate about fine arts, travel and food photography. Traveling in SE Asia currently. This is a boomer travel blog for Thomas Levine Photography. Thomas writes about photography, destinations, international foods and health related to Asia. To help finance this blog Thomas sells his stock travel images, wall prints and products all designed with his images. Thomas also likes to help educate travelers about how to improve their photography. Travel Food & Health is Tom's way of sharing the world. Geared for both travelers or arm chair travelers as a boomer travel blog.

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