Hoian Traditional Cuisine-Restaurant
Cao Lau is a Vietnamese dish made with thick noodles, slices of roasted pork, Tra Que village herb organic including bean sprouts, herbs and lettuce. What makes Cao Lau special is that the dish is found only in Hoi An since the delicious local fresh rice made from Cu Lao Cham – a small island near Hoi An, and the broth must be taken from Ba Le Well, which is believed to have high quality water. Cao Lau differs from typical noodles soup in Vietnam as it has no soup. The ingredients are placed in the dish and customers mix them together.