When visiting, tourists should sample Xoi, a typical Vietnamese meal made with sticky rice and a variety of toppings. This meal provides a one-of-a-kind gastronomic experience that is distinctive to the country’s culture and traditions.

Xoi is prepared from glutinous rice that has been cooked till sticky and somewhat sweet. The rice is then topped with savory or sweet ingredients such grilled chicken, pig floss, dried shrimp, fried onions, or sweet mung bean paste. The meal is typically served in a banana leaf or a tiny bowl, making it an easy and filling street food alternative.

What distinguishes Xoi is its adaptability, since it may be served as a meal or a snack, and its toppings can be tailored to different tastes. It is also a popular morning item, usually accompanied with a cup of Vietnamese coffee.

For the greatest Xoi experience, go to Xoi Yen, a popular Hanoi street food seller who has been serving this meal for over 20 years. Enjoy the original flavors of Xoi while taking in the bustling ambience of the street food scene. Xoi Bac Ha and Xoi Ba Chang are two other popular Xoi eateries in Hanoi.

Xoi is a delectable and one-of-a-kind culinary experience that will make a lasting impact on your taste buds.