Once the capital of Vietnam’s last dynasty, Hue’s cuisine features highly decorative and colorful dishes that reflect ancient Vietnamese royal cuisine.
Hue’s cuisine is also notable for its elaborate meals consisting of many complex dishes served in small portions.
Banh Khoai is a traditional Vietnamese cake that originated in Hue. The dough is usually made with a combination of rice flour, water, eggs, sugar, and salt.
This dish in Vietnamese cuisine is fried on a pan with a combination of mushrooms, pork, shrimp, bean sprouts, carrots, sausages and scallions, then fried further until it is crispy and golden brown.