Monday, September 21, 2009

Dinner @ Hue (Frankfurt Day - 2)

Our final night in Frankfurt we opted again for Asian Food. This time we went to Hue for some Thai and Vietnamese Food.


The place is located down the street from Shisan and like Shisan it is quite small and intimate. We were not very hungry and ordered 4 light dishes.

The Pho was very disappointing. The soup was quite sweet and had very little beef. The noodles were not cooked evenly and as a result some were clumped together and a little too hard.

Laarb Gai: Thai Minced Chicken Salad
Laarb Gai: Minced Chicken Salad
This was quite authentic. The chicken wasn't too wet and had a nice sour flavor to it. It also packed a little heat from the chilli padi they used. The only thing absent was the grounded toasted uncooked rice which would have given the dish a nice crunchy texture.

Rau Song: Vietnamese Salad
Rau Song: Vietnamese Salad
The salad consisted of shredded carrots, bean sprouts, green papaya and basil. It was sweet, sour and spicy at the same time. I really liked the basil which gave it a nice refreshing flavor.

Vietnamese Steam Fish
Vietnamese Steam Fish
This was very good. The black beans gave it a nice salty flavor and the combination of ginger, scallions, woodear mushrooms all made the sauce flavorful. The fish was also moist. A good dish to go with the rice.

The total cost of food was 31 Euros. A little expensive but the food wasn't bad considering we were in Frankfurt where the Asian population is very small.

Contact Information:
Address: 60316 Schopenhauerstrasse 5, Frankfurt Am Main
Tel: +4969432500

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