Banh Beo Ba Cu, Hue - review by Rusty Compass
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Banh Beo Ba Cu, Hue

| 10 Mar 2018
Banh Beo Ba Cu, Hue
107 Nguyen Hue St, Hue
10 Mar 2018

We saw this place while revisiting Hue’s main cathedral. It stands out with pink walls, blue shutters and a deep green interior. Loved the look and ended up loving the whole package - the food, the space and the family owners. These guys specialise in Hue’s local dishes. We had banh loc, banh beo, banh ram. Great spot with the Hue's Catholic cathedral and Cung An Dinh (Khai Dinh’s former palace and last king Bao Dai’s last Hue residence) nearby.

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