Chạo tôm is a traditional Vietnamese dish that comes from the Huế region of Central Vietnam. It consists of shrimp surimi grilled on a sugar cane stick. It is often presented as a dish during large banquets prepared for weddings, holidays, or similar special events.

See also


  • Claiborne, Craig (December 5, 1974), "The Special Delights of Vietnamese Cooking: Fats Used Minimally", New York Times.
  • Raichlen, Stephen (August 2, 2000), "Turning Grilled Flavors Inside Out", New York Times, archived from the original on May 27, 2008 .