It is a famous specialty of the island district Van Don, also called elephant-trunk-like shellfish. It is less common and fewer than clams, shrimps or scallops ... but surely visitors cannot forget the unique taste of this seafood if enjoying it once. Snout otter clam can be steamed, grilled, made as salad, porridge or soup – all are very delicious.
Ha Long Bay is not only famous for its magic natural beauty but also attractive to visitors thanks to Ha Long specially flavored sea food in which the most well known dish is Ha Long grilled chopped squid.
“Be Be” shrimp (called mantis prawn or sea mantis by Southerners) is a fairly typical sea food in Cat Ba. There are many restaurants having this food, but at the Sunflower Hotel 1 (in Pearl Mountain street), “Be Be” shrimps are processed uniquely and beautifully by talented chefs here. It is salt pan-fired “Be Be” shrimps.
Quang Ninh province is not only famous for Ha Long Bay but also known for a lot of sea food. One of them is blood cockle species in Yen Hung. Blood cockles also known as the rice clams often live in sand beaches or sea quagmires.
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