For every land we visit and travel, we will also discover the flavors of food there. Come to Phu Yen, walk around and see the beauty of nature, do not forget to stop and enjoy the attractive dishes of Phu Yen land.
Tuna eyes of the ocean
Tuna eyes of the ocean. Photo by Tieu Duy
Phu Yen is a land of the sea with many delicious dishes and beautiful scenery. Come to Phu Yen, you should not overlook the dishes made from tuna such as ocean tuna wrapping broccoli with mustard … especially tuna eye. It sounds scary, but if you taste one tuna eye cooked with vegetables and herbs, you will want to eat it again and again.
Cows once sunny
Cow once sunny is a specialty of Phu Yen that can be enjoyed and bought as a gift.
Dong Grilled chopped meat (Chả Dông)
Dong Grilled chopped meat served with raw vegetables, sauces. Photo by Minh Duc
This is a specialty of Phu Yen province. Dong meat is usually available in the summer when people catch and process it. Cha Dong tastes very tasty, crunchy and served with raw vegetables, sauces.
Blood Cockle (sò huyết) at O Loan Lagoon
O Loan Lagoon is not only famous as a beautiful landscape but also has many kinds of delicious Blood cockle.Blood cockles are caught when fresh and soaked to release all the mud and then processed into dishes like grilled, fried meats, salad… Just heard just crave, nothing is better than going to Phu Yen to watch the sunset on Cai River and enjoy the cool taste of oysters.
Fine rice vermicelli with pig’s tripes soup (Bánh hỏi cháo lòng)
Come to Phu Yen, you cannot ignore the fine rice vermicelli with pig’s tripes soup, if not eat that you don’t know anything about Phu Yen. In Phu Yen, the cake is made from rice flour and has a meticulous processing process, eat with grease, roasted meat or barbecue … and especially indispensable when eaten with a bowl of pig’s tripes soup as the name suggests.
Corn baked with fish sauce
Corn baked with fish sauce. Photo by Danphuyen.com
If speaking to grilled corn, it would not be a strange dish to diners, especially the followers of snacks. However, Phu Yen Corn baked brings a new flavor to visitors. The yellow corn is cooked on the charcoal stove until slightly in color, dip all the fruit into the fish sauce and then again on the grill.
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