Visitors can not only explore natural beauty of the island but also enjoy exotic cuisine: coi bien mai (grilled apricot horn).
If you want to add some splendor to your meal with upscale seafood, try eating grilled abalone!
Fried chopped crab meat remains the first priority in the list of must-try food in Phu Quoc.
A part from that, a can't-miss fruit is Thanh Ca mango which is grew widely in Phu Quoc.
Banh canh ca thu is a kind of Vietnamese noodle soup served as a home-made dish or at casual eateries.
Ham Ninh crab quite small, but firm, fragrant and tasty than other kinds of crabs. The taste is as delicious as taste of Ca Mau sea crab or Nha Trang king crab. It has long been famous as a specialty of Phu Quoc.
Bailer shell is a nutritious fod all eaters. Bailer shell meat is divided into two edible parts - chewy white meat and rich soft brown part called roe.
Barracudas in Phu Quoc are better than those of other regions because of the marine environmental conditions here, so the fish is big and fresh, which is very good for both children and adults.
Coming to Phu Quoc island, tourists get opportunities to tantalize their palate with delicious food such as sea urchin, nhong fish, tram mushroom, and one another of must-try dish is fried rice with sea crab.
French Chouchous (roasted peanuts) is a famous brand name found by French settled in Phu Quoc.
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