Cao Lau Noodles is the foremost traditional Hoi An food as well as Best Vietnamese Food ever I tasted. The first time when I had a chance to visit this place with my boyfriend, he told me that I should taste this dish. How amazing it is. I cannot forget its flavor until now. Visitors to Hoi An always remember Cao Lau, which was considered by Quang Nam people as a special symbol for Hoi An.
Cao Lau Noodles, Hoi An.
This Best Vietnamese Food is carefully made from local new sticky rice. Water used to soak rice must be taken from wells in the Ba Le Village; noodles thus will be soft, enduring and flavored with special sweet-smelling. On the Cao Lau Noodles were some meat slices mixed with fat made from fried noodles served with vegetables and bean sprouts. Sharp-witted eaters would find out the specific flavor of the dish.
Cao Lau Noodles, Hoi An
Dry pancakes used as ingredient must be thick with much sesame on the surface. Greasy coconut quintessence and bitter green cabbage are also indispensable. The so-called genuine Cao Lau, Hoi An which is the Best Vietnamese Food here must satisfy all above requirements. So you need one local tour guide to introduce the destination of some local restaurants there.
Cao Lau Noodles, Hoi An
It was said that only some wells in Hoi An were used to make Cao Lau Noodles. What is more, only some Hoi An families were able to produce Cao Lau by their own traditional way, but the quality was not as good as it was before. Cao Lau did not have Vietnamese flavor. Despite its Chinese-like appearance, Chinese have not accepted it as Chinese food. Up to now, there is no historian data or information to clarify the origin of Cao Lau, so it still remains in mystery.
Cao Lau Noodles, Hoi An
You will be seen as not coming to Hoi An (The ancient city of Vietnam), if you do not enjoy Cao Lau there. Do not forget this Best Vietnamese food, if not you will regret forever. So, take a note before planing to visit Vietnam, especially this place. Hope you have a happy trip with family and friends.

From Vietnamese Food Team.

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    Dimitris 2015-02-24 02:36:26 Reply

    My definition of ilaeverrnt is when there is nothing I can point to that would be substantively different if the CBC weren't around. Don't get me wrong, I don't claim that they are worthless, but I took the time to check out both of their sites, the

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    Samson 2015-02-24 19:12:25 Reply

    I think this could open up a can of worms. There are a number of reivesentatpres who are white but who represent majority Black districts, too. The CBC is kind of like the Black faculty group at a college. It is not only a place to hash out pro-Black

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    Ankit 2015-02-25 10:23:27 Reply

    Tell me what tremendous pliocy initiatives are emanating from the CBC these days? I don't think the CBC is relevant enough on pliocy to matter as far as Anh Cao is concerned. I doubt they will be at the forefront of anything that really makes a diffe

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