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Vietnamese food

if you ever go out for vietnamese /chinese food please try the fried won tons,
they are full of pork & deep fried , they are fantastic you donot want to stop eating them

Last reply: 4th Sep 2012 / 23 replies / Post by limpy

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yslyenom

Posted by: yslyenom
Posted: 10th Nov 2010

yslyenom says: Try steamed meat dumplings....they are healthier and tasty as well. Reply

limpy

Posted by: limpy
Posted: 11th Nov 2010

yslyenom says: Try steamed meat dumplings....they are healthier and tasty as well.

limpy says: what a great idea will try next time we have vietnamese food
tried the crab claw last time
it was the size of a tennis ball & so tasty < but not to healthy> Reply

windofchange

Posted by: windofchange
Posted: 16th Nov 2010

windofchange says: all asian restaraunts have steamed dumplings sometimes you just need to ask and they will oblige they are very nice with either sweet chilli sauce or just soy sauce Reply

limpy

Posted by: limpy
Posted: 17th Nov 2010

windofchange says: all asian restaraunts have steamed dumplings sometimes you just need to ask and they will oblige they are very nice with either sweet chilli sauce or just soy sauce

limpy says: thanks for the tip going out on sunday wii try with sweet chilli Reply

Beck

Posted by: Beck
Posted: 16th Nov 2010

Beck says: no... go for bunn! DELICIOUS and very healthy! Reply

limpy

Posted by: limpy
Posted: 17th Nov 2010

Beck says: no... go for bunn! DELICIOUS and very healthy!

limpy says: what are / is bunn Reply

Beck

Posted by: Beck
Posted: 17th Nov 2010

limpy says: what are / is bunn

Beck says: Bunn is a rice noodle dish- usually served cold- like a salad. It has shredded lettuce, mint and corriander and pickled carrot. You can then add whatever on top- lemongrass beef or chicken or spring rolls. Topped with peanuts and a yummy sauce. Reply

queentulip

Posted by: queentulip
Posted: 16th Nov 2010

queentulip says: I like their soup to bits!!! Reply

limpy

Posted by: limpy
Posted: 17th Nov 2010

queentulip says: I like their soup to bits!!!

limpy says: what type of soup going to lunch what would choose Reply

queentulip

Posted by: queentulip
Posted: 17th Nov 2010

limpy says: what type of soup going to lunch what would choose

queentulip says: any soup, that does not help might will order every bit of tiny bowls...sorry I don't know the names. Can you tell me, what are the fresh leaves to add on certain soup please? Reply

limpy

Posted by: limpy
Posted: 17th Nov 2010

queentulip says: any soup, that does not help might will order every bit of tiny bowls...sorry I don't know the names. Can you tell me, what are the fresh leaves to add on certain soup please?

limpy says: try either fresh mint or fresh parsley they both make a great garnish on any type of soup Reply

queentulip

Posted by: queentulip
Posted: 17th Nov 2010

limpy says: try either fresh mint or fresh parsley they both make a great garnish on any type of soup

queentulip says: @limpy thanks! that's helpful :-) Reply

queentulip

Posted by: queentulip
Posted: 17th Nov 2010

limpy says: try either fresh mint or fresh parsley they both make a great garnish on any type of soup

queentulip says: @limpy thanks! that's helpful :-) Reply

yancy016

Posted by: yancy016
Posted: 29th Apr 2011

queentulip says: any soup, that does not help might will order every bit of tiny bowls...sorry I don't know the names. Can you tell me, what are the fresh leaves to add on certain soup please?

yancy016 says: I believe they are either basil or mint. Reply

Dimi

Posted by: Dimi
Posted: 16th Dec 2010

limpy says: what type of soup going to lunch what would choose

Dimi says: I enjoy going to yum cha as I always get the steamed dumplings with all different ingredients. If you are having soup a won ton soup with prawn dumplings is absolutely delicious, you can add any type of dumpling to a won ton soup. Always ask the waiter/waitress they can always give you ideas. Reply

limpy

Posted by: limpy
Posted: 17th Dec 2010

Dimi says: I enjoy going to yum cha as I always get the steamed dumplings with all different ingredients. If you are having soup a won ton soup with prawn dumplings is absolutely delicious, you can add any...

limpy says: hi DIMI
went to lunch last sunday tried a few different courses the mongolian pork went down a treat will try your idea of soup with assorted food types next time Reply

The Bear

Posted by: The Bear
Posted: 29th Nov 2010

The Bear says: Fried shredded Duck in Vietnamese pancakes Reply

limpy

Posted by: limpy
Posted: 17th Dec 2010

The Bear says: Fried shredded Duck in Vietnamese pancakes

limpy says: sorry to get back so late been flat out doing surveys

sounds fantastic will definatley try next time i go to lunch

thanks for the geat idea Reply

PGS

Posted by: PGS
Posted: 16th Mar 2012

PGS says: I had 10 years living with 4 Vietnamese ladies... FANTASTIC FOOD.
Viet would be my favourite Asian food - and I'm married to a Thai...

If you can score an invitation to a Vietnamese home for a meal, the food is way better than you will get in a restaurant.

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Ree

Posted by: Ree
Posted: 5th Aug 2012

Ree says: i prefer Chinese food Reply

Rusty

Posted by: Rusty
Posted: 28th Aug 2012

Rusty says: I LOVE all my Asian flavours, and cook a lot of dumplings, wontons etc at home. Reply

PGS

Posted by: PGS
Posted: 4th Sep 2012

PGS says: Real Vietnamese spring rolls are the best. WAY better than the Chinese ones, but you do have to get the home or shop made ones, not packet ones.

Pho is good... so many Viet dishes are great.
I had the pleasure of living with 4 Vietnamese for 10 years. One was (is) a fantasic cook. Spoilt rotten with the food. :-)

Sadly, that came to an end when I married a Thai - also a good cook, but a different class. Reply

dani

Posted by: dani
Posted: 4th Sep 2012

dani says: i love eating wontons and dumplings! especially pork ones :) Reply

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