Western breakfast is worse than Vietnamese breakfast

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Posted: 11/24/2010, 10:12 am Breakfast / food Vietnam

Hello, we are going to Vietnam for the first time in January and since I am unfortunately not allowed to / cannot eat everything for health reasons, I would be interested in what the food is like in Vietnam: I assume it is cooked, fried, steamed in Thailand?

Especially what, for example. is offered at breakfast? Natural yoghurt with fruits or which bread is offered? Would be very grateful for any information!
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Written on: 11/24/2010, 10:27 am (no title)

Vietnamese breakfast is mostly a soup, or steamed sticky rice or something.

In hotels you can of course also get western breakfast. The simpler hotels / restaurants usually have scrambled or fried eggs with bread (wheat bread). The more expensive hotels then everything, including natural yoghurt.

So it depends on how you are traveling ...
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Written on: 11/24/2010, 10:28 am (no title)

hm ... first tell me where you are going to stay ... because your idea of ​​"vietnamese breakfast" will not be easy to find everywhere they would look at you strangely ^^
unless you are e.g. in Ho Chi Minh City in a more western hotel ...

otherwise typical bread you will often find mini baguettes ... delicious ... nice and crispy on the outside ... or for breakfast also hearty delicious noodle soups or anything ... of course not in one place but everywhere in some shops or cookshops
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Posted: 11/24/2010, 13:07 (no title)

we have HCM, Phu quoc, Mue Ne, Na Thrang planned as far as Hoi An, but since we are flying in January, we do not know whether it is possible from a weather point of view to Hoi An because we like it hot / warm !?
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Posted: 11/24/2010, 2:58 pm (no title)

It would still be useful if you say what you cannot tolerate or what you do not eat ... then it is easier to say what to look out for
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Written on: 11/24/2010, 3:36 pm (no title)

With cereals everything except rye, glutamate, partly dairy products, with fruit almost everything except apples and I think there will be no apples in Vietnam, right?
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Written on: 11/24/2010, 3:40 pm (no title)

A "medium thick" rice soup with offal is particularly tasty. I was allowed (had to) eat it because of a wrong order in Hai Phong. Was delicious. However, I only found out afterwards what I was eating there.

i think there won't be any apples in vietnam right?


Why shouldn't there be any apples in the UN?
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Written on: 11/24/2010, 3:40 pm (no title)

rye, apples and milk are easy to avoid.
glutamate will be difficult, it is almost always used in Vietnamese restaurants. you can always say that you want to eat without glutamate, but I hardly think that it always works ...
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Posted: 25.11.2010, 7:03 am (no title)

In the morning (e.g. 6 a.m.) there are delicious baguettes, soups and pan-fried food (grilled) with rice, vegetables or fried eggs everywhere.
In addition, hot tea or tea with ice, hot coffee or coffee with ice.
Just go where a lot of Vietnamese eat. Choose, eat and enjoy.
I sometimes had breakfast twice. You walk through the city in the morning (e.g. Sai Gon) and there is sizzling at every corner. That at almost 30 degrees. Simply fantastic.
(Sai Gon, I'm coming, another 6 days)
Sorry: I think it looks bad with jelly or Nutella bread.
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Written on: 11/26/2010, 10:43 am (no title)

Sorry: I think it looks bad with jelly or Nutella bread.


I don't need that either because I don't eat it at home either. in any case, thank you for your information!