Restaurant chè hẻm Hùng Vương tp. Huế Thừa Thiên Huế Vietnam Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why Che Hem (sweet soup) is special ?
If Hanoi has lanes, Hue has 36 different types of “chè”. In any corner in Hue, you can find any type of chè, in any flavor. “Chè”, sometimes misunderstood as tea, is a sweet dessert of Vietnamese. It included many types of beans, and the most important part, coconut milk. You can try the best Che at the famous Che Hem eatery in Hue.
Each type of chè has a special flavor. Chè is delicious, subtle and sophisticated just like the people here. Chè bắp (corn) is cool and pure sweet, cooked with the corn from cồn Hến. The chè hạt sen (lotus seed) with the unique smell of the lotus from Tinh Tam Lake – where they grew lotus just for the royals. There are many types of chè like pomegranate, taro, and many more…
Some popular Che hem are: Che bap (corn), Che troi nuoc (sticky rice cake and green pea paste), Che khoai mon (taro), Che dau xanh (mung bean), Che dau ngu (white kidney bean), Che dau do (red kidney bean), Che dau den (black turtle bean), Che buoi (grapefruit), etc. Some people like to mix all kinds of Che to create Che thap cam (mix all).
- Great street food
- Very good sweet soup
- Really delicious food
- Great Che in Hue
- Vietnamese Cuisine
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Budget
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast YES
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
chè hẻm Hùng Vương tp. Huế Thừa Thiên Huế Vietnam