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Quy Nhon Street Food: 10+ Best Dishes to Try – Discover the flavours of the coastal region in Vietnam

Vietnam has an inherently delicious food culture, and the street food options are cheap, filling, and delicious. While in the Quy Nhon region, don't forget to sample some of these best-loved street food meals!


Fishball noodle soup

It is among the most famous speciality in the stunning coastal city of Quy Nhon.
The regional difference compared to bun cha of other places is in the fishball and the soup. Fishball is prepared completely from fresh fish with extra spices, while the broth is mostly cooked from fish bones. The dish is eaten with rice noodles and a unique chilli sauce prepared especially in Binh Dinh.


Jellyfish noodles

This dish is prepared from rice noodles, fried fish cake, scallions, jellyfish, broth, and roasted peanuts. The dish is accompanied by sour mango and herbs. The mango's sour taste and the subtle sweetness of the broth alongside the crunchy jellyfish is quite a food experience!


Bánh xèo tôm nhảy

It is a shrimp pancake and has been a popular dish in the Quy Nhon region.
The stuffing is made from shrimp and bean sprouts. Savour the crisp, golden crust covering the delicious shrimp mixture.


Bánh bèo

Banh Beo is prepared from rice flour and has a soft glutinous texture. It is eaten topped with shrimp, chopped chives, and roasted peanuts.


Try the seafood

Quy Nhon is a coastal region, meaning there is plenty of fresh seafood around. Try the seafood restaurants near Huyen Tran Cong Chua Street.


Nem Lui

Meaning grilled meat, Nem Lui is another popular dish in Quy Nhon. It is usually accompanied by rice paper and vegetables to make spring rolls, which are eaten dipped in fish sauce.


Bánh hỏi cháo long

People in Quy Nhon begin their workday with a Banh hoi a hot porridge. This dish is prepared from rice flour, and sprinkled with diced chives, bean sprouts, and herbs. It is eaten with a side dish of sliced pork and vermicelli noodles.


Bahn mi

Everyone's favourite sandwich is naturally a hit in Quy Nhon. A great spot to try in Quy Nhon is at 81 Ngô Mây. Here you can find the Banh mi slathered in butter and grilled on the charcoal.


Chicken rice

Quy Nhon makes tasty Chicken rice. Multiple street sellers hawk this dish, which is a filling staple for many. Marinated and grilled chicken is served with a portion of spiced rice and condiments. The cost is about 40,000 to 50,000 VND.


Banh Cuon

Banh Cuon are rice paper rolls. In Quy Nhon, they use a larger rice paper wrapper and get filled with vegetables, shrimp, grilled meat, eggs, spring rolls etc. The roll can be as big as one's wrist. It is commonly sold during the mornings or late afternoons.


Banh Canh

Banh Canh is a savoury soup in Quy Nhon with numerous preparation methods. There is Banh Canh crab, and Banh Canh lobster, to Banh Canh shrimp soup. This dish is served with hot bread, which is just ideal! You most probably encounter these in Hoi An restaurants, many hotels and resorts, like Anantara Hoi An Resort, which will also probably feature these dishes and more!