It is a dish that not everyone raves about and foreigners in particular are prone to look askance at the ingredients, but aficionados will also tell you that once you try it, especially at a place that gets it right, there’s no going back. One place that gets a bowl of pha lau right is located deep in Alley 243 in District 4. The evidence she gets it right is that Nga’s restaurant opens at 11 a.m. every day and closes after a few hours with no leftovers. Nga prepares her stew in an alley in HCMC’s District 4. Photo by VnExpress/Di Vy Around noon, the small restaurant is ready to serve its customers. Nga, the owner who wants to be referred to only by her first name, prepares two big pots of the stew. The stew goes with either bread or instant noodles. Nga said she only used fresh beef organs to make the stew. The aromatic broth entices those passing by to enter her restaurant. And once you taste the broth, you will find an ingredient that is not shown on the menu: coconut milk. Each serving of the entrails costs an average of VND25,000 ($1.1). Photo by… Read full this story
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