Eel is a famous specialty of Nghe An province and to enjoy the true flavor of this dish, tourists often come to Vinh city.
Beside the famous specialties of Nghe An such as Vinh oranges, "cu do" candies, the eel is preferred to enjoy right at Song Lam soil because you can't buy it.
Eels are freshwater fish, long as snakes, slippery greasy, yellowish brown, eels are common in most Vietnamese fields. Under the skillful handswith the culinary culture typical of the people of Nghe An, delicious dishes from the eel turn and gradually attract the sympathy of food lovers in the country.
First of all, eel soup. Not as solid as other soups, eel soup is like broth, sweet and sour. Eel also do not crush to make soup as many people still think, It's filtered bone, split and cooked to ripe. A bowl of eel soup in Nghe An must have a mix of yellow color of turmeric, green color of vegetables with the red pungent of chili drops.
Eel soup in Nghe An often eat with bread or wheat cake.
The bread served here is also very personal taste. In addition to the usual bread, culinary connoisseurs often choose the type of bread that has been flavored. When dipping with hot soup, the crisp crispness of the cake in the sweet flavor of the countryside in each drop of soup.
Wheat cake is a favorite choice of many tourist, too. The cake is thinned, no kernel, sprinkle a little dry onions, when the chan soup is very mouth without food. You can easily find the soup in many eateries in the city, but the best to mention is on Tran Quang Dieu Street, Dao Tan Street.