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Les Jardins de la Carambole CIUDADELA

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Thanh Lich
Thanh Lich
October 7, 2018
Les Jardins De La Carambole is set within a colonial-era villa, where diners can enjoy authentic French, Italian, Vietnamese cuisine in a classy setting. Set along Dang Tran Con Street, it’s especially popular amongst travellers thanks to its close proximity to the Complex of Hue Monuments. The…
Chi
Chi
June 13, 2018
Les Jardins De La Carambole is set within a colonial-era villa. Here diners can enjoy authentic French, Italian, Vietnamese cuisine in a classy setting. Open daily between 08:00 and 22:00, it’s especially popular among travelers, thanks to its close proximity to the Complex of Hue Monuments. The…
Dzung
Dzung
May 15, 2018
French style restaurant in a nice and quiet place near the Citadel

Einzigartige Aktivitäten in der Umgebung

Unterkünfte in der Nähe

Das empfehlen Einheimische

Grocery or Supermarket
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Natural Feature
“ Ngu Binh Mountain is located on the right side of the bank of Huong River. From the city center of Hue, it takes about 4 km to the south to get this mountain. Two sides of the mountain have two small mountains, which are Huu Bat Son and Ta Bat Son. Together with Huong River, Ngu Binh Mountain is the present of the Mother nature for Hue. This mountain along with Huong River becomes the symbol of Hue’s beauty. Vietnamese often call Hue as the region of Huong River – Ngu Mountain. ”
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Einkaufszentrum
“You may get most of cooking materials such as eggs, pork and beef from the convenience store in our building. But Big C is the biggest super-market of Hue. ”
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Cafeteria
“Tà Vẹt Coffee & Pub 11 Vo Thi Sau St, Hue One part beer bar and one part cafe, this spacious spot with rustic wooden furniture a short walk from Hue's backpacker strip is a good location to meet younger English-speaking locals. There's a decent beer selection beyond the usual suspects, and the Vietnamese food is also affordable and tasty. ”
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Establishment
“Dong Ba Market is the oldest market in Hue - a place that has an importance in the everyday life of Hue people and one of the best shopping sites in the city. But Why Dong Ba market is worth your time? Little did you know that the world-renowned chef, author and TV star Anthony Bourdain once had lost his way here because he couldn't resist the delicious dishes of Hue cuisine. You must try these special Hue dishes 🍰Bun bo Huế Bun bo hue (Hue beef noodle soup) is a regional speciality comprising thick rice vermicelli and various toppings in a thick soup. Unlike pho, this dish is a combination of sweet, sour and spicy as it’s flavoured with boiled bones and shank, annatto seeds, lemongrass, ginger, fermented shrimp paste, chilli oil, and sugar. 🎁nem l Nem lui is a kebab-like dish using lemongrass stalks, which is wrapped with marinated meat (usually pork or beef) then grilled over a charcoal stove. Diners are also served with a side of rice paper, lettuce and cucumber slices, rice vermicelli, and fresh herbs. It’s available as an appetiser at just about all local restaurants and hotels in Hue. For added flavour, dip nem lui into a local sauce made with ground peanuts, fermented beans, sesame seeds, shrimp paste, chopped garlic, chillie. 🍰Com hen Com hen (clam rice) consists of rice topped with baby basket clams, crispy pork skins, roasted peanuts, shrimp paste, and fresh greens. Commonly eaten as a filling breakfast, the clams are stir-fried with chopped garlic, onion, fish sauce, pepper, and mint leaves before they’re poured over a plate of steamed jasmine rice. In some restaurants, com hen is often accompanied with a bowl of clam broth as well as a platter of coriander leaves, shredded banana blossoms and bean sprouts. There are plenty of food stalls in Dong Ba Market selling this Hue speciality for about VND 20,000. 🍰Banh khoai Banh khoai is easily distinguished from other savoury snacks in Hue thanks to its turmeric yellow colour. Readily available at roadside stalls, local joints and markets, this open-faced crepe is typically filled with pork, shrimp, scallions and beansprouts. However, you can also find several venues offering this local snack with quail eggs and starfruit. As with most Vietnamese dishes, banh khoi is best eaten with a side of fresh greens and herbs as well as fermented soybean dipping sauce. 🍰Banhbeo Known in English as steamed rice cakes, banh beo look similar to cupcakes but are topped with dried shrimp, deep-fried pork rind, shallots, rice vinegar, and fresh herbs. Accompanied with a side of nuoc mam (fermented fish) dipping sauce and red chillies, there are two variations of this local delicacy - banh beo chen is prepared in a coin-sized ceramic saucer (you can get five or six for about VND 30,000 at sit-down restaurants) while the larger banh beo dia is eaten as a main dish. 🍰Banh loc Banh loc goi, made with tapioca starch rather than rice flour, is filled with marinated shrimp and milled pork before it’s wrapped in oiled banana leaves and steamed until cooked. To enjoy this Hue snack, simply unwrap the banana leaf and dip it in a platter of nuoc mam pha, a sauce made with vinegar, shrimp stock, fermented fish sauce, sugar, and fresh chilies. 🍰Bún thịt nướng Bun thit nuong comprises rice vermicelli noodles, grilled pork, lettuce, cucumbers, beansprouts, pickled daikon, basil, mint, chopped peanuts, and deep-fried spring rolls. Priced at VND 20,000 upwards, this hearty dish also comes with a side of pickled carrots, fresh lettuce and fermented fish dipping sauce. Eat like the locals by pouring the sauce over the noodles for an extra kick of flavour. 🍰Banh ram ít Banh it ram is a Central Vietnamese speciality that pairs steamed sticky rice dumpling with a crispy patty that’s also made with sticky rice. Similar to a Japanese mochi but eaten as an appetiser instead of dessert, the dumpling is topped with a savoury mix of green scallions, shrimp and pork. A platter of six banh it ram dumplings costs about VND 30,000 at a local joint, but prices are higher at more upscale restaurants and hotels. 🍰Chè Hạt sen Che hat sen is one of the many local desserts you can find in Hue, containing lotus seeds and green rice flakes in a sweet broth. Thanks to its cooling properties, locals often have it in the summer to combat the heat but you can enjoy this pretty much any time of the year. One of the most highly recommended dessert shops in Hue is Che Hem on Hung Vuong Street, where you can get a generous portion of che hat sen for about VND 3,000.”
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Standort
tp. Huế, Thừa Thiên Huế
Telefonnummer0165 718 6697
Buchungen
Ja
Kreditkarten
Ja
Sitzplätze im Freien
Ja
Musik
Live-Musik
WLAN
Ja
Speisekarten
Mittagessen, abendessen, dessert, bar snacks, tasting menu
Getränke
Beer, wein, cocktails
Speisemöglichkeiten
Tischservice, barservice, kein lieferservice
Parking
Street, private lot
Toilette
Ja
Smoking
Ja
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