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Top 3 món ăn ngon nhất định phải thử ở Nagoya

Với những tín đồ đam mê ăn uống, ẩm thực Nagoya chắc chắn sẽ khiến bạn phải mê mẩn và thương nhớ không thôi. Bởi không chỉ hấp dẫn về hương vị, thành phố còn hứa hẹn mang đến cho thực khách vô vàn món ăn ngon độc đáo.
Bên cạnh khám phá hay tham quan, thưởng thức ẩm thực Nagoya chắc chắn là trải nghiệm tuyệt vời mà bạn không thể bỏ qua khi khám phá thành phố. Với hương vị thơm ngon và cách chế biến độc đáo, du khách cũng sẽ dễ dàng tìm thấy hàng loạt món ăn ngon hấp dẫn cho mình. Tuy nhiên, nếu vẫn đang phân vân chưa biết nên ăn gì thì hãy thử ngay top 3 món ăn ngon của ẩm thực Nagoya dưới đây nhé!
1. Miso-Katsu
Về cơ bản, Miso-Katsu là món thịt heo chiên giòn ăn kèm với bắp cải băm nhỏ và cơm trắng. Trên khắp Nhật Bản, bạn cũng có thể dễ dàng tìm thấy món ăn này ở mọi nơi. Tuy nhiên nếu đến Nagoya du khách sẽ được cảm nhận một phiên bản Miso-Katsu vô cùng độc đáo với sốt miso hấp dẫn. Chính sự biến tấu độc đáo này cũng mang đến cho Miso-Katsu của Nagoya một hương vị vô cùng phong phú và đặc trưng.
Miso-Katsu là món ăn đặc trưng rất được yêu thích tại Nagoya
2. Mì Udon Miso-nikomi
Cũng là món ăn ngon của ẩm thực Nagoya với miso đặc trưng, Udon Miso-nikomi là món mì rất được người dân địa phương cũng như khách du lịch yêu thích. Điểm hấp dẫn của món ăn này nằm ở phần nước dùng miso được làm từ đậu nành chất lượng, dù đun sôi vẫn giữ được hương vị đầy đủ. Mì Udon Miso-nikomi khi phục vụ cũng thường được để đun sôi trong một chiếc nồi đất nhỏ và trang trí lên trên với một ít hành lá cắt nhỏ, gà, bánh cá, tôm chiên hoặc trứng.
Sợi mì dai ngon, kết hợp cùng phần nước dùng miso đậm đà, mì Udon Miso-nikomi chắc chắn sẽ khiến bạn mê mẩn ngay từ lần đầu
3. Kishimen
Kishimen được biết đến là một loại mì dẹt phổ biến ở Nagoya và trở thành đặc sản địa phương từ đầu thời kỳ Edo. Sợi mì thường có độ dày 2 mm, rộng 4 mm, sau đó chan với nước súp đặc biệt làm từ gia vị, rượu sake ngọt và nước tương đậu nành. Trên mỗi tô mì, người ta cũng cho thêm bánh cá hấp, sữa đông, đậu phụ để trang trí và tăng hương vị.
Món mì dẹt Kishimen đặc sản của Nagoya
Bên cạnh 3 món ngon này, ẩm thực Nagoya còn hứa hẹn mang đến cho bạn thật nhiều món ăn hấp dẫn khác, từ ẩm thực truyền thống cho đến các món đường phố độc đáo. Ngoài ẩm thực, khám phá nơi đây du khách còn tìm thấy rất nhiều trải nghiệm thú vị khác, như tham quan, vui chơi hay mua sắm. Khi có nhu cầu book vé máy bay đi Nagoya, đừng quên liên hệ sớm đến các văn phòng vé China Airways để được hỗ trợ tham khảo bảng giá và lựa chọn hành trình phù hợp cho mình nhé!
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