Xu Hướng 9/2023 # Guests Enjoy Vietnamese Spring Rolls And Rolls: The Most Praised Dish Many Vietnamese People Still Don’t Know # Top 17 Xem Nhiều | Shnr.edu.vn

Xu Hướng 9/2023 # Guests Enjoy Vietnamese Spring Rolls And Rolls: The Most Praised Dish Many Vietnamese People Still Don’t Know # Top 17 Xem Nhiều

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Amazing Vietnamese Foods is a series on Youtube about the reactions of foreigners when trying “unique” dishes of Vietnamese cuisine, produced by Dien Quan Entertainment, with the participation of diners from all over the world. Countries around the world promise to bring reaction situations that are funny, dramatic and full of surprises. The program created both curiosity and excitement mixed with a bit of “shiver” feeling, giving the audience more indirect experiences when watching guests’ reactions to interesting and unique Vietnamese dishes. .

In episode 12 of this “Amazing Vietnamese Foods”, 3 Western guests including Nicholas from Nigeria, Oliver Buckley from the UK, Connor Purdum from the US will taste and rate the most typical Vietnamese spring rolls and rolls. .

1. Spring rolls

Photo: Youtube/Taste of Vietnam

Nicholas was the one who liked the spring rolls the most among the Western guests. Photo: Youtube/Taste of Vietnam

In terms of scores, it’s not surprising that Nicholas gave Nem chua 8 points, Oliver gave the dish 7.3 points and Connor gave Nem chua a below average score.

2. Striker

The second dish appearing in the program will probably remind people of the taste of Tet, which is spring rolls, also known as stir-fried spring rolls, which are made from the meat part (the meat from the parts of Vietnam). pig’s head) with mushrooms, onions, garlic, spices and then wrapped and compacted. With the meaning that inside the house is quiet, the house is full of blessings, spring rolls always appear on the Tet tray of Vietnamese families to express the hope that all good things and peace will come in the new year.

Photo: Youtube/Taste of Vietnam

Oliver compliments that the ham has a rich, jelly-like taste, and he loves all jelly foods. Moreover, its fatty taste is extremely suitable for use with alcoholic beverages such as beer. Only Connor described the foot as “tough as a tire” and gave it a score of 2.

3. It’s not a joke

The next dish appearing in the program is spring rolls – a famous specialty in the central regions, made from pork head, pig’s ear (or pork belly) along with beef in the most proportion. determined. After being processed, they are wrapped in guava leaves (or mandarin leaves) and dong leaves (or use banana leaves). When eating, you can eat it as it is with spring rolls, or whip it up and mix it up and serve with some other things.

Photo: Youtube/Taste of Vietnam

Connor praised nem tre as the best dish from the beginning of the program and gave it a score of 5. Photo: Youtube/Taste of Vietnam

However, for Connor, this is the best dish from the start of the show so far. And being a strict scorer, the guy from the US only gave spring rolls a score of 5. Meanwhile, Nicholas and Oliver gave spring rolls a score of 7 and 7.5, respectively.

4. Never mind

The last dish in the program is Cha Dum, a typical dish of the South, but in fact, not all Vietnamese know or have the opportunity to taste it. Cha dum is the perfect combination of minced beef, lean pork, pork liver, egg, vermicelli, .. all ingredients blend together to create the sweet and greasy taste of this dish.

Photo: Youtube/Taste of Vietnam

There are many ways to eat fried rice: From eating it with rice paper or shrimp puff pastry to eating rice paper with raw vegetables and then dipping it with sweet and sour fish sauce and each way of eating has its own delicious taste.

When scooping up a spoonful of spring rolls to eat with raw vegetables, Nicholas was as if fascinated by this dish and constantly praised the deliciousness. Even Connor, the most “picky” person on the show, has to admit “this dish is super, very delicious, no taste is too overwhelming but it all blends together harmoniously”.

Connor gave the bacon the highest score. Photo: Youtube/Taste of Vietnam

In terms of scores, this seems to be the most popular dish on the show when Connor – the most rigorous scorer had to give it an 8, Oliver gave it a score of 7 and Nicholas even broke the rules for a score of 11/10.

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Đăng bởi: Nguyên Đoàn Đăng

Từ khoá: Guests enjoy Vietnamese spring rolls and rolls: The most praised dish many Vietnamese people still don’t know

Searching For The Top 3 Most Beautiful Scenes Praised By Foreign Tourists In Vietnam

Vietnam is always an ideal destination for international tourists. Not only because of the rich cuisine but also because of the diverse terrain and beautiful nature. That’s why, a foreign tourist recently found a passion for our country when he released a series of clips, synthesizing the most unique footage of Vietnam’s nature.

In which, that tourist selected 3 places and praised them as the most beautiful places in Vietnam. Worth mentioning, these three names are not strange, even for tourists near and far, they just need to look at it to recognize it.


It is not too difficult to understand when “the number 1 tourist paradise in the Northern mountains” is ranked first in this list. Located at an altitude of 1500m -1600m above sea level, SaPa upland district belongs to Lao Cai province, located between Hoang Lien Son and Con Voi ranges.

Also because of the topography, the climate here is cool all year round. In spring, Sapa is brilliant with peach and plum forests in bloom. In the summer, the mountains and forests here are covered with a fresh green color of terraced fields. Then comes the season of ripe golden rice in the sky. In the winter, visitors can still come here to enjoy the cold below 0 degrees Celsius and maybe have the opportunity to watch the snow fall on the roof of Indochina.

Photo: Hanh Hanh, Dam Nhat Minh, Tai Ho.

Photo: The Mong Village Resort & Spa, Hoang Minh Thuong.

Ha Giang

Compared to Sapa, the road to Ha Giang is more difficult and dangerous. However, this is the place where the moving souls always aim to conquer. The “specialty” in the top land of the country is the cat ear mountains and steep slopes. But when you have overcome it, opening up before your eyes will be the poetic scenery of plateaus, valleys or cool rivers and streams, making people fall in love.

Photo: Ngoc Anh

Besides the buckwheat flower season in early spring, for many people, Ha Giang is most beautiful when the rice is ripe. Around September and October every year, the green rice turns color and gradually turns to a shiny golden color. Thousands of terraced fields are neat, successively winding around the back of the hill and mountainside, creating a rustic but romantic beauty.

One of the most attractive places for tourists in the ripe rice season is the terraced fields in Phung village, Hoang Su Phi. Wishing to eat a bowl of hot noodles and inhale the aroma of rice in the early morning, forget all the troubles, it seems simple but not everyone has the opportunity to enjoy.

Photo: Nguyen Khanh Hoang Anh, Hoang Minh Thuong.

Phu Quy Island

After 2 places in the mountains, Phu Quy has “caught the eyes” of foreign tourists. The island off the coast of Binh Thuan province has always been the most sought-after destination from the summer of 2023 to the present time.

The best time to come here is from December of last year to about June of next year, in the season of calm waves, clear blue sky, cool breeze. Each place on the island has its own unique landscape, so usually, to be able to fully explore Phu Quy island district, visitors need to stay at least 4-5 days.

Photo: Thanh Tram.

Some must-visit places are Trieu Duong Bay, Small Beach, Ganh Hang, Phu Quy lighthouse, wind power field, Long Hai fish market. In which, in the two most beautiful and safe places, Hon Den and Hon Tranh, visitors can also experience activities such as fishing, diving to see corals…

Photo: Thanh Tram, My Duong

In your opinion, are SaPa, Ha Giang and Phu Quy island the 3 most beautiful lands of Vietnam?

Đăng bởi: Chầm Nông Văn

Từ khoá: Searching for the top 3 most beautiful scenes praised by foreign tourists in Vietnam

10 Charming Vietnamese Villages To Visit In Vietnam

Most foreign tourists come to Vietnam to experience the bustling vibes of big cities like Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City or Danang. Nonetheless, a few might be in search of a tranquil experience in picturesque traditional villages of Vietnam. If you’re among the latter, this article is surely a must-read for you. These are selectively the 10 most charming Vietnamese villages, each of which reflects the unique charms of different regions of the country. All the information about locations and transportations will also be found below.

1. Duong Lam Ancient Village (Hanoi)

Location: Duong Lam commune, Son Tay Town (45 kilometers to the west of Hanoi)

Transportation: public bus, car, motorcycle

In addition to the picturesque beauty, Duong Lam is also known as home to many historical events. Two mighty kings of Vietnam, Phung Hung and Ngo Quyen were born here, leaving historical relics of the great defeats against Chinese invasion. Temples and tombs are erected in the village to honor their contribution to the country.

The best thing to do in Duong Lam is probably strolling around and taking photos. It’s strongly recommended that you arrive in Duong Lam during daytime, to make the most of the daylight for your photos. There are a number of communal houses, residential houses and a worship house to check out. Just take all the time you need for an escape from the bustling city vibe.

2. Bat Trang Village (Hanoi)

Location: Gia Lam District (13 kilometers from the center of Hanoi)

Transportation: public bus, car, motorcycle

With a history dating back 7 centuries, Bat Trang is famous for its traditional porcelain and pottery making. Located in the heart of the Red River Delta, Bat Trang had trades with Japan, China and even the Western countries.

A visit to a handicraft village usually means a hands-on experience, and there’s no difference in Bat Trang. After strolling around the market and gazing at meticulous artworks, you will have a chance to try making them yourself. Pottery making is not as easy as it looks, we guarantee! Also, be careful, or else you will get addicted and spend a whole day just to play with pots and clays, like many other tourists.

3. Pom Coong Village (Mai Chau)

Location: Mai Chau Town, Hoa Binh Province (145 kilometers from Hanoi)

Transportation: public bus, car, motorcycle

If you’re looking to immerse yourself in an indigenous culture, Pom Coong is a destination you should not miss. “Pom Coong” in Thai language means “hill”. Pom Coong Village is a hilly village mostly inhabited by the Thai ethnic people, widely known for their sophisticated embroidery techniques.

Home to nearly 70 households with more than 300 people, Pom Coong is a lively village of traditional architecture and cultural activities. Thai people mostly live in stilt houses, which are built with bamboo stalks, wooden pillars and rattan leaves. The distance between the ground and the floor is 2 meters and there is a staircase connecting them at the side of the house.

In Pom Coong you will find a number of exquisite handmade items such as bags, scarves and purses on sale, along with other special cuisines. The most recommended dishes include sticky rice cooked in bamboo cylinders, “man” pig and “can” liquor. Also, don’t miss the chance to experience the homestay service, join a traditional performance and pick up some mesmerizing dances from the sweet Thai girls.

4. Vung Vieng Fishing Village (Ha Long Bay)

Location: Bai Tu Long Bay (24 kilometers from the mainland)

Transportation: boat, cruise

Featured with charming scenery, the village preserves the typical characteristics of the fishermen’s lifestyle. The daily activities of fishermen take place on small boats and rafts of bamboo and styrofoam, including catching, processing and selling fish.

Coming to Vung Vieng, tourists will certainly enjoy a fishing experience with locals, enjoying the freshly caught seafood or simply just lying on the beach to chill. Another unique feature which must not be missed is the thousands of limestone karsts forming the backdrop of the village. This is also the distinctive characteristic of Ha Long Bay islands.

5. Cat Cat Village (Sapa)

Location: Muong Hoa Valley (2 kilometers from Sapa Town)

Transportation: train, bus

Cat Cat village is one of the biggest villages in Sapa, inhabited by the Mong ethnic people. Formed in the middle of the 19th century, the indigenous culture is well preserved by its habitants. Every corner of the village is filled with bits of cultural beauty and traditional crafts.

Mong people are keen on farming and weaving brocades in different sizes, colors and patterns. Agriculture plays an important role in Mong people’s life: a number of picturesque terraced fields will be found scattered across the village, where people grow rice and corn for a living. Mong women preserve the traditions of making their own clothing, on which lively patterns of trees, leaves, flowers and animals are weaved.

The traditional architecture in the Cat Cat Village is a three story house with po-mu wooden roofing. The main door stays closed during the year and only opened for special occasions like weddings, funerals and New Year. Inside the house, there is a worshipping space, a storage floor, a sleeping area, a kitchen and a space for guest welcoming.

Coming to Cat Cat, make sure you are able to capture awesome photographs with the handicraft stores, the rustic Gem Valley homestay & cafe, the waterfall, traditional houses and most noticeably the green terrace fields. Buying some brocades as souvenirs is also a good idea and a way to support the locals.

6. Cam Thanh Eco Village (Hoi An)

Location: Hoi An (5 kilometers from the Hoi An Ancient Town)

Transportation: public bus, car, motorcycle

If you are planning to come to the rustic UNESCO Hoi An city, there is no way you should miss a nearby destination, Cam Thanh Eco Village. Cam Thanh is a coastal village, located between Hoi An Town and Cua Dai Beach. Like a peaceful oasis, Cam Thanh is renowned for its enormous coconut forest, stretching hundred hectares near the beach. The name “ecology village” speaks for itself; Cam Thanh is home to a mangrove ecology rich in both flora and fauna, especially nipa palms.

The most extraordinary experience you will find here is definitely a ride in a “basket” boat. The ride will lead you to the center of Bay Mau forest, where green nipa palms inhabit naturally. In addition, cycling around enjoying fresh air and visiting traditional coconut painting houses are also favorable activities here. You will learn how to make lovely accessories from palm leaves, including glasses, rings, watches or headbands.

Some tourists may choose to engage in other local activities such as farming, catching fish with locals and or ride buffalos in the fields. A full day immersed in the distinctive Central culture will definitely be worth a try.

7. Sinh Village (Hue)

Location: Phu Mau commune, Phu Vang district, Thua Thien Hue province (9 kilometers from Hue city)

Transportation: car, bicycle

To name the most famous painting villages in Vietnam, one can not forget Sinh Village, which is located in the Central of Vietnam. Also known as Lai An Village, the village has been preserving a unique folk culture that dates back hundreds of years.

The painting technique here is one-of-a-kind: the special printing paper is pressed against an engraved woodblock, resulting in a black-and-white print on the paper. The paper then is hand-colored with bright colors and let dry. The whole process is handmade and typically takes a considerable time. Tourists are welcome to try creating paintings themselves, with the help of experienced artisans.

The village is also widely known for its exotic wrestling festival which occurs on the 10th day of January, according to the lunar calendar. It is one of the biggest spring festivals in Vietnam, attracting waves of both local and foreign tourists.

8. Cu Lao Gieng Village (An Giang)

Location: Cho Moi District, An Giang Province

Transportation: ferry + car

Cu Lao Gieng Island is renowned by its famous sightseeings, namely Cu Lao Gieng Church and Thanh Hoa Tu. Cu Lao Gieng monastery used to be an important convent, with the capacity of accommodating more than 1000 people. Today, the island is mainly a retreat for retired nuns. The large building is completely cut off from villages and located in the middle of fields and green jungle. You will be very surprised to see such an impressive architectural style in the middle of nowhere.

Few people know that there also exists a special handicraft village on this island, specializing in boat-making. Visiting the village, tourists will have a chance to try making dinghy and sampan, then buy cute mini boats as souvenirs for friends and loved ones.

9. Chau Giang Village (An Giang)

Location: Phum Xoai hamlet, Chau Phong commune, Tan Chau District, An Giang Province

Transportation: car, bicycle

Another village with spectacular handicraft traditions. Chau Giang Village is an ancient village which still preserves and develops Cham cultural beauty, known for its religious customs and traditional handicrafts.

The Cham have to pray 5 times a day, at home or at the mosque. Mosques are special establishments for Cham people. They gather in mosques to pray, celebrate special occasions and even learn to write and read.

Masjid mosque is a major mosque in Chau Giang Village. Like most other Islamic mosques, the key tone of Masjid mosque is white. Symbols of the sun and the crescent moon are found here and there, representing the old Islamic culture. You will be asked to wear a scarf to cover your head in honor of the regulations of Islam.

Cham people in Chau Giang Village are known for their amazing handicraft techniques. They create unique and beautiful sarongs, scarves, hats, coats, bags and purses. Local girls from the age of 12 are taught to weave brocades and will be responsible for weaving the whole family’s clothing since. With the help of these artisans, you will get to learn how to use a weaving loom and make some cloth yourself. Totally worth a try!

10. Sa Dec Flower Village (Dong Thap)

Location: Tan Quy Dong commune, Sa Dec, Dong Thap (140 kilometers from Ho Chi Minh City)

Transportation: car, motorcycle

If you’re wondering where the gorgeous photos with flowers originate, please check out Sa Dec Flower Village. It is one of the biggest flower suppliers of South Vietnam with 500 hectares of various types of flowers and bonsai.

The best time to travel to Sa Dec Flower Village is December in the lunar calendar. By then, flowers will be in full bloom with vibrant colors and fragrances. For an even better experience, come to the village at the beginning of December or before December 23 (lunar calendar), when flowers are harvested and transferred to Saigon to serve the New Year’s demand.

Coming to Sa Dec Flower Garden, you will be amazed by the vast beds of different colors, featuring hundreds of flowers, plants, herbs and bonsai. When you’re done with flower watching and photo taking, you can also visit the nearby tourist spots, including Huynh Thuy Le Ancient House and Kim Hue Pagoda. Don’t forget to fill your empty stomach with tasty Hu Tieu, the famous cuisine of Southern Vietnam.

Đăng bởi: Lâm Huyền Nguyen

Từ khoá: 10 Charming Vietnamese Villages to Visit in Vietnam

Top 20 Best Vietnamese Street Food From North To South!

When referring to Vietnam, international friends will not only think about an S-shaped seaside nation with a lot of very-beautiful natural scenery and other natural resources luckily offered by nature but also imagine Vietnamese cuisine, especially Vietnam’s street food cuisine. Vietnamese street food cuisine was complimented by tourists and mentioned as one of the worldwide most-delicious street food cuisines by serious newspapers in the world.

So why did it get so famous that it has been regarded as a typical symbol of Vietnam by tourists? We will find out together now the reason why Vietnamese street food turned so popular with international friends. Here are some best Vietnamese street food if you have the intention of trying Vietnam’s street food on the next trip to Vietnam in the near future.


I. Vietnamese Street Food Culture

Street food in Vietnam is not simply a list of Vietnamese traditional dishes sold on streets, it also expresses a part of the beauty of Vietnamese people’s culture, lifestyle, feelings, thought. Moreover, it is a combination of Vietnamese traditional culture and other nations’ cultures which dominated Vietnam in history especially China.

Throughout more than 4000-year history with many ups and downs, Vietnamese culture, in general, and cuisine, in particular, were affected so strongly by Chinese culture that people have no difficulty in finding some Vietnamese street food quite similar to Chinese food such as baozi, noodles, and so on. However, for anyone who tried Vietnamese street foods will all realize the difference as the Vietnamese changed and created to make our own dishes with unique tastes.

Vietnamese cuisine focuses on the harmony of ingredients to bring refreshing flavors, keep natural tastes, and be good for our health. In each dish, tourists will find adequate taste including sour, spicy, salty, and sweet, which is very attractive. This is the reason that Vietnamese street food makes a great impression on many tourists.

In addition, there will not be any country that you can find that in any origin all have their own specialty like Vietnam. From the south to the north, each province all has specialties for tourists to enjoy as Banh Da Cua in Haiphong; Com, Cha Ca La Vong, Bun Thang, etc. in Hanoi; Beef noodles in Hue; Coconut candies (Keo Dua) in Soc Trang, and so on.

II. 5 Reasons to Eat Street Food in Vietnam

Photo: Mark Wiens

There are many reasons for tourists to discover and get addicted to street food in Vietnam. However, the mass agree that there are four main reasons to keep their feet, including the taste of street food, the cheap price, the authenticity and freshness of ingredients, and the local way to enjoy street food.

1. The taste of street food: It is completely delicious

Most street food in Vietnam is said to have an unforgettable delicious taste by tourists. Each dish all has its perfect recipe that has been tweaked for many generations before reaching perfection. Besides, there may be some differences in the taste of the same dish between regions in Vietnam such as street food dishes in the south and south-central are sweeter than other regions while in the north and north-central they are saltier and spicier. However, all of them will make a great impression on visitors right from the first time.

2. Cheap price

It is considerably cheap. Normally, it takes you only about 1 2 dollars to enjoy a street food dish and no more than 25 dollars to get full. And, you will be surprised when you see a decent portion of street food such as Bun Bo Hue (Hue beef noodle), Bun Cha, Banh Cuon (rolled rice pancake) and so on. It is full of noodles, meat, herb, and tasty soup that are believed to have higher prices at only 1 3 dollars depending on stalls.

3. The authenticity and freshness of ingredients 4. How to enjoy street food in Vietnam

When in Rome, do as the Romans do. Street food in Vietnam seems to be not as delicious as it is if you don’t enjoy it in a Vietnamese way. For travel-lovers, when coming to any country, you should do the same way as the locals to understand more about the country you are visiting. Most tourists agree that when exploring Vietnam’s street food, you should enjoy it in a local way! People here are friendly, hospitable and willing to share their culture, customs, life and street food is a wonderful place to experience it.

Photo: foodism.co.uk

5. Overcoming the fear of street food

The fear of unfamiliar food or street food seems still popular main anxiety even for the most experienced tourists. Therefore, how to overcome the fear of street food is an important problem for any tourist having the intention of experiencing Vietnamese street food cuisine.

Firstly, most of the anxiety comes from the fact that we don’t know exactly what it is and similarly, a large part of the fear of street food when traveling is simply a fear of the unknown. Therefore, you ought to research street foods you are likely to experience on the trip as much as possible. You can search in reliable sources on the Internet such as professional travel bloggers’ youtube because they usually review the experience such as where to go, what to eat and some notes when they visit countries, Lonely Planet, TripAdvisor, BBC New, and so on.

Secondly, try something similar before coming to Vietnam if there are any Vietnamese food stores or restaurants in your city; however, this way is not truly effective because the chiefs tweaked all recipes of almost dishes a little bit to fit with the taste of the locals.

Thirdly, ask as many of your friends who have visited Vietnam before as possible to get an objective look at Vietnam’s street food and which favorite dishes you had better try or avoid on the trip.

III. 20 Favorite Vietnamese Street Food III.1. Best Vietnamese Street Food in Hanoi & Northern Vietnam 1. Bun Cha (Vietnamese Grilled Meat Vermicelli)

What is Bun Cha?

Bun Cha originated and remains so popular in Hanoi that for tourists or even for Vietnamese people coming from other provinces when visiting Hanoi, the guide will recommend highly to try this dish.

It is basically a warm broth with minced pork and Vietnamese traditional noodle. You’ll be served by a plate of rice noodles, fresh herbs, and a bowl of warm broth with grilled minced pork. The broth and the pork are the ones making this dish unique. When eating, you will dip rice noodles into the broth, even grilled pork if you like and eat them like western soups. The broth has a naturally-sweet taste from baking pork bones, the grilled pork is very fragrant while the herbs bring the freshness to this dish.

Where to eat?

You can find Bun Cha at almost any food stalls on any streets in Hanoi. However, I will suggest you some food stalls that are highly recommended by tourists, including:

Bun Cha Huong Lien (Another name is Bun Cha Obama because Obama president ate this dish here when visiting Vietnam in 2023) 

Address: 24 Le Van Huu, Hai Ba Trung district, Hanoi

Price: 40.000 VND 60.000 VND (~ 2$ 3$)

Opening time: 10:00 am 10:00 pm

Bun Cha Cua Dong

Address: 41 Cua Dong, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi

Price: 50.000 VND (~ 2,5$)

Opening time: 11:00 am 03:00 pm

Bun Cha Dac Kim 

Address: 1 Hang Manh, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi

Price: 20.000 VND 150.000 VND (~ 1$ 8$)

Opening hour: 08:30 am 09:00 pm

Bun Cha 34 

Address: 34 Hang Than, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi

Price: 35.000 VND 55.000 VND (~ 1,5$ 3$)

Opening hour: 07:00 am 05:00 pm

Bun Cha Sinh Tu

Address:  57 Nguyen Khuyen, Dong Da district, Hanoi

Price: 40.000 VND 60.000 VND (~ 2$ 3$)

Opening hour: 07:00 am 08:00 pm

2. Pho (Rice Noodle Soup)

What to eat?

Pho is one of the two most famous Vietnamese traditional dishes having included in Oxford Dictionary because of its popularity not only in Vietnam but also in many other countries. This is a Vietnamese soup consisting of broth, rice noodles (bánh phở), herbs, and meat – usually beef, sometimes chicken, duck, goose according to the guests. The rice noodle used in this dish is not similar to the one used in Bun Cha. It is flatter and larger while the one in Bun Cha has a very small shape of white rope.

Pho originated in the early 20th century in northern Vietnam and was popularized throughout the world by refugees after the Vietnam War. There is some difference between Hanoi (northern) and Saigon (southern) styles of Pho in the sweetness of broth and the taste of pork, beef, chicken, duck or goose and something eaten with.

Where to eat?

Pho is such a popular dish in Vietnamese cuisine that it is possible for you to find a restaurant serving Pho on any streets in any province. However, to enjoy the most authentic delicious traditional flavor of this dish for the first time coming to Vietnam, I will suggest to you some very-well-known trademarks of heirloom Pho in Hanoi you may not miss.

Pho Bat Dan (more than 70 years old)

Address: 49 Bat Dan street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 06:00 am 10:00 am and 06:00 pm 08:30 pm

Price: 30.000 VND 55.000 VND (~1,5 2,5$)

Pho Thin 

Address: 13 Lo Duc street, Hai Ba Trung district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 06:00 am 08:30 pm

Price: 40.000 VND 60.000 VND (~2 3$)

Pho 10 Ly Quoc Su

Address: 10 Ly Quoc Su street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 06:30 am 10:30 pm

Price: 50.000 VND 70.000 VND (~ 2 3$)

Pho Suong

Address: 36B Mai Hac De street, Hai Ba Trung district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 06:30 am 10:00 pm

Price: 30.000 VND 100.000 VND (~2 5$)

Pho Vui

Address: 25 Hang Giay street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 07:00 am 10:00 pm

Price: 20.000 VND 50.000 VND (~1 2$)

Pho Bung Hang Trong

Address: 1 Hang Trong street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 03:00 pm 08:00 pm

Price: 30.000 VND 60.000 VND (~1 3$)

3. Banh Mi (Vietnamese sandwich)

What to eat?

Banh Mi is not simply a dish, it is a feature, a typical image that makes tourists remember Vietnam. Like Pho, Banh Mi (Vietnamese sandwich) has become so popular with more and more people in more and more countries that the name of this dish was added into Oxford and even many designers took inspiration from Banh Mi to design national costumes for the beauty in international beauty contests.

Originally, Banh Mi doesn’t come from Vietnam, it is a daily dish of the French which they brought into Vietnam in the nineteenth century. However, the locals in Saigon changed this dish by clamping other ingredients like egg, pork, cucumber, herbs and so on inside a loaf of bread at breakfast and it gradually became popular street food in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) then became popular both in the north and the central of Vietnam.

Normally, the main ingredients to make a Banh Mi are bread, egg, pate, pork, cucumber, tomato, carrot, herb, and anything else you want to clamp. The delicious flavor of Banh Mi doesn’t need to describe more since its popularity has demonstrated all. The fragrance from warm loaves of bread, grilled pork or sometimes grilled beef, the freshness from herbs, tomato, cucumber, and other vegetables create an unforgettable attractive taste of Banh Mi.

Where to eat?

Maybe, Banh Mi is the most popular street food in Vietnam in any province. You can find Banh Mi served in restaurants, small eating stores, and food carts anywhere. However, I want to recommend to you some famous addresses in Hanoi where you may enjoy the most delicious Banh Mi

Banh Mi Nguyen Sinh

Banh Mi Nguyen Sinh is one of the oldest stores opened in Hanoi since 1942. The most attractive type of Banh Mi in Banh Mi Nguyen Sinh is Banh Mi with foie gras pate made by following the heirloom recipe with a little smell of cinnamon.

Address: No. 17 19 Ly Quoc Su street, 201 AB Doi Can ward, Hanoi

Opening hour: 07:00 am 10:00 pm

Price: 30.000 VND 100.000 VND (~1,5 5$)

Banh Mi Dinh Ngang (Banh My Tram)

There are two ways to enjoy Banh Mi, the first or the most popular way is almost everything stuffed into bread, the second is when eating you cut bread into small pieces and eat with sauce and pork or beef and herbs. And if you want to try Banh Mi in a second way, don’t miss this address.

Address: 252 Hang Bong street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 03:00 pm 11:00 pm

Price: 30.000 VND 70.000 VND (~1,5 3,5$)

Banh Mi Lo Su (Banh Mi Ba Dan)

One of the oldest stores opened in 1979 in Hanoi.

Address: 34 Lo Su street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 06:00 am 10:00 pm

Price: 15.000 VND 25.000 VND (~ 2$)

4. Banh Cuon (Stuffed pancake)

What to eat?

Another very delicious street food in Vietnam is Banh Cuon, which the locals can eat in three meals in a day as the main dish. Banh Cuon is a dish made from rice flour into very-thin slides like a paper before stuffing with finely-chopped pork and stir-fried finely-chopped wood ear like the spring roll, sprinkling golden brown dried onion dusted on top, and eating with typical sauce. The batter of Banh Cuon is made by husking rice until smooth, then blending with water. The most important part of this dish is sauce having both spicy and sweet flavor. Besides, people usually eat with Cha (Vietnamese pork sausage) to improve the flavor to the dish.

Where to eat?

Banh Cuon is one of the oldest traditional dishes in Vietnamese cuisine; therefore, there are many heirloom brands in Hanoi and even they extend to open store chase in other provinces. I will introduce you to some of the oldest brands in Hanoi to choose from if you have a chance to try this dish.

Banh Cuon Ba Hoanh (nearly 100-year-old)

Address: 66 To Hien Thanh street, Hai Ba Trung district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 08:00 am 08:00 pm

Price: 30.000 VND 60.000 VND (~2 3$)

Banh Cuon Thanh Van

Address: 12-14 Hang Ga street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 06:30 am 02:00 pm and 05:00 pm 10:00 pm

Price: 15.000 VND 30.000 VND (~ 2$)

Banh Cuon Ba Hanh

Address: 26B Tho Xuong street, Phu Doan ward, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 06:00 am 02:00 pm and 04:00 pm 10:00 pm

Price: 25.000 VND 40.000 VND (~1 2$)

Banh Cuon Phu Ly

Address: 39 Dao Duy Tu street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 06:00 am 03:00 pm and 05:00 pm 09:00 pm

Price: 25.000 VND 50.000 VND (~1 2$)

Banh Cuon Cao Bang

Address: 12/9 Hoang Cau street, Dong Da district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 07:00 am 02:00 pm

Price: 20.000 VND 35.000 VND (~1 2$)

5. Banh Goi (Fried Pillow Cake)

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What to eat?

An ideal option for cold days in Vietnam, Banh Goi attracts guests at first sight for its lovely baby pillow shape and its colorful delicious sauce. Like most other cakes in Vietnam, we don’t use oven mitts to bake cakes, Banh Goi is deep-fried to create a yellow skin that is delicious, crispy, and fragrant. The skin of Banh Goi is made by mixing water and rice flour at a perfect ratio. The inside is a mixture of chopped ingredients including glass noodles, wood ears, minced pork, and mushroom. Not less important is dipping sauce with a fine proportion of garlic, chili, sugar, lime juice, fish sauce, and water. Banh Goi is also served with some fresh herbs such as lettuce, coriander to reduce its oily taste.

Where to eat?

Below are some addresses which are popular with the locals in Hanoi for you to try if having a chance to try this dish.

Banh Goi Ly Quoc Su

It may be the oldest one in Hanoi which is well-liked by the locals and the foreign, located near Saint Joseph Cathedral Hanoi so it is easy to find.

Address: 52 Ly Quoc Su street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 09:00 am 04:00 pm

Price: 7.000 VND 17.000 VND (~1$)

Banh Goi Hang Chieu

Address: 49 Hang Chieu street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 01:00 pm 07:00 pm

Price: 3.000 VND 8.000 VND

Banh Goi Le Dai Hanh

Address: 25 Le Dai Hanh street, Hai Ba Trung district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 05:00 pm 10:30 pm

Price: 20.000 VND 55.000 VND

Banh Goi Co Mai

Address: 91 Nguyen Van Troi street, Ha Dong district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 01:00 pm 07:00 pm

Price: 5.000 VND 15.000 VND (~1$)

Banh Goi Hoang Tich Tri

Address: In front of Kim Lien Kindergarten, Dong Da district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 01:00 pm 05:00 pm

Price: 8.000 VND 20.000 VND (~1$)

6. Nem Ran Cha Gio (Fried Spring Rolls)

What to eat?

A very-favorite dish in Vietnam well-liked by most of the Vietnamese people in both regions that must be reminded is Nem Ran or Cha Gio (Fried Spring Rolls). So famous the dish is that it has appeared in many restaurants in a lot of countries in the world.

There are three important parts in Nem Ran including the wrapper, the stuffing, and the dipping sauce. The wrapper is made of rice flour rolled flat into the shape of the circle or square. The stuffing is normally a mixture of minced pork, egg, carrot, mien (a Vietnamese traditional noodle), wood ear mushroom, and herbs. Sometimes, people may replace minced pork with seafood such as shrimp or sea snail or beef, the difference in ingredients depends on the habit of the locals in each region. However, whichever they are, all ingredients are mixed thoroughly before being wrapped with rice paper into small rolls. These rolls are then deep-fried in boiling oil. The dipping sauce for this dish must meet the demand on the harmony of the combination of flavors including lemon juice, sugar, chili, pepper, and the fish sauce.

The attractive point of the dish is the fragrant smell and crunchy wrapper after deep-frying in oil and the sweet and fresh flavor of pork, herbs, and vegetable in the stuffing. Vietnamese people usually eat with rice or noodles (Bún) and salad in our casual meals or on special days as the lunar new year.

Where to eat?

It is not difficult to make it by yourself at home but to try some of the best flavors of this dish, I will introduce you someplace you can try in Hanoi.

Viet Spring Rolls

A very popular restaurant with the foreign specializes in serving Vietnamese spring rolls, where guests may find many delicious spring rolls in each region in Vietnam such as traditional spring rolls, sea crab spring rolls, chicken spring rolls, and so on. This is a suitable place for anyone who wants to try Vietnamese traditional cuisine.

Address: 65A Bat Dan street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 08:00 am 10:00 pm

Bun Cha Ta

Address: 21 Nguyen Huu Huan street, Ly Thai To ward, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 08:00 am 10:00 pm

Noodle & Roll

Address: 39C Ly Quoc Su street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 10:00 am 10:00 pm

7. Pho Cuon (Rolled Noodle)

What to eat?

Rolled Noodle has just appeared for about 20 years first in Hanoi. Although it just appeared, it becomes a specialty fastly in Hanoi and other regions. About this dish’s origin, it an exciting story. According to the story, it is said that there was one small restaurant at the corner of Ngu Xa street in Hanoi, where Pho (a type of Vietnamese traditional noodle) is served till late for those watching football in the evening. One day, the broth ran out and there were only some uncut noodles left; therefore, to satisfy the hunger of guests, the chef invented a new dish. He used uncut noodles with the shape of paper made of rice flour as a wrapper and stuff it with beef, salad, and herbs before rolling. When served, the rolls were dipped in dipping sauce with sugar, vinegar or lemon juice, water, garlic, and fish sauce. Surprisingly, guests were interested in this new food. After that, the restaurant changed to a new style of Pho.

Nowadays, besides beef, people also put eggs, carrots, cucumbers, even pineapples, tofu or shrimps according to each one’s interest. Gradually, rolled noodles have become more and more popular because of the fresh flavor with a lot of salad and herbs in each roll. It is not only renowned in the North but also introduced to the menu in restaurants in both regions in Vietnam now.

Where to eat?

Below are some restaurants well-liked and highly recommended by the foreign where you can find the authentic flavor of this dish in Hanoi

Pho Cuon Huong Mai

Address: 25 Ngu Xa street, Ba Dinh district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 09:00 am 11:00 pm

Price: 65.000 VND (~3$)

Pho Cuon Ngu Xa

Address: 66 Duy Tan street, Cau Giay district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 08:00 am 02:00 pm and 05:00 pm 10:00 pm

Price: 30.000 VND 45.000 VND (~1 2$)

Quan Choen Pho Cuon Ngu Sac 

In place of the white color of rice flour, the rolls in the restaurant have five other colors including green, red, yellow, blue, and violet according to each flavor.

Address: 121 O Cho Dua street, Dong Da district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 08:00 am 10:00 pm

Price: 50.000 VND 100.000 VND (~2 5$)

Pho Cuon Hung Ben

Address: 33 Ngu Xa street, Ba Dinh district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 07:00 am 10:00 am

Price: 20.000 VND 55.000 VND (~1 3$)

Pho Cuon Thanh Hang

Address: 29B Ngu Xa street, Ba Dinh district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 06:00 am 10:30 pm

Price: 25.000 VND 55.000 VND (~1 3$)

8. Bun dau mam tom (Vermicelli Served with Tofu and Shrimp Paste)

What to eat?

Vermicelli served with Tofu and Shrimp Paste is a popular dish in Vietnam that you can find anywhere from markets to street corners or luxurious restaurants. This dish is favored by all people of all ages because of its great taste and cheap price. The normal price for a full set of the dish is from about 30.000 VND 60.000 VND (~1 3$). All ingredients including noodles (Bún), fried tofu, trotter, Vietnamese sausage, and herbs are laid on banana leaves before serving to guests. You can ask the chef to add or not to add any ingredients if you want more or can’t eat them. The special point of this dish is shrimp paste which has a so hard smell that not everybody even the locals can smell it. If you can’t bear it, you can use fish sauce instead since the taste won’t change more.

When eating, you will dip noodles on shrimp paste and eat with other ingredients and herbs. The taste is so great that it has made an impression on many guests at first sight when trying the dish and gradually becomes a typical feature in Hanoi’s cuisine.

Where to eat?

Bun Dau Co Tuyen

Address: No.31 Lane 29, Hang Khay street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 10:30 am 07:00 pm

Price: 45.000 VND (~ 2$)

Bun Dau Ngo Gach

Address: 4 Ngo Gach, Hang Buom street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 10:00 am 10:00 pm

Price: 50.000 VND (~ 2$)

Bun Dau Trung Huong

Address: 49 Phat Loc lane, Hang Bac street, Hanoi

Opening hour: 07:00 am 09:00 pm

Price: 20.000 VND 50.000 VND (~1 2$)

Bun Dau Ngo Tram

Address: 1B Ngo Tram, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 07:30 am 03:00 pm

Price: 50.000 VND (~ 2$)

Bun Dau Cay Da

Address: 235B Thuy Khue street, Tay Ho district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 10:00 am 09:00 pm

Price: 30.000 VND 80.000 VND (~1 4$)

9. Ca Phe Trung (Egg Coffee)

What to eat?

Egg Coffee is widely regarded as the most typical Vietnamese coffee style and it has its origin from Hanoi. Only by hearing the name of this dish can you know the main ingredients, they are coffee and egg. It is the name of this dish that makes tourists so curious that many said that they must try this dish when visiting Hanoi.

The taste of the dish has the greasy taste of the egg and the fragrant smell of coffee especially on trying at warm. Hanoi is said to be the first place to appear this dish and now there are still some old heirloom coffee shops serving this type of coffee where there are always crowded with tourists and the locals in Hanoi.

Where to eat?

Below are three of the most famous and oldest coffee shops in Hanoi specializing in serving the best egg coffee highly recommended by tourists and the locals. All of them were opened so long ago from the previous century in Hanoi and still remain the authentic taste of this dish till now.

Giang Cafe

Address: 39 Nguyen Huu Huan street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 07:00 am 11:00 pm

Price: 15.000 VND 33.000 VND  (~ 2$)

Dinh Cafe

Address: 13 Dinh Tien Hoang street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 07:00 am 10:30 pm

Price: 30.000 VND 70.000 VND (~ 2 3$)

Tho Cafe

Address: 117 Trieu Viet Vuong street, Hai Ba Trung district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 09:00 am 11:00 pm

Price: 15.000 VND 40.000 VND (~ 1 2$)

10. Bun Bo Hue (Hue-styled beef noodles)

What to eat?

Hue-style beef noodle is regarded as one of the most popular Vietnamese street food that has its origin from Hue (the old capital of Vietnam in the Nguyen dynasty). At present, this noodle is not only found in Hue but also in every province and city in Vietnam, especially in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh city; therefore, it is unnecessary for you to come to Hue to try the best authentic taste of this dish.

The main ingredients of Hue-style beef noodles are beef, trotter, frozen blood, minced pork with pepper (Mọc), and some herbs such as bean sprouts, lemon, coriander, and so on. The broth is a decisive factor playing an important part in making the dish to perfection. The broth of the dish is sweeter than any other noodles, the naturally sweet flavor comes from baking pork bone for hours. Besides, there are some differences between the noodle used in Hue-style beef noodles and the others, the noodle in this dish is bigger than any other so guests will feel a bowl of the noodles full of noodles and you can try it as the main dish in all three meals in a day.

Where to eat?

Now, even in Hanoi, you can find it easy to try this dish in many places from street corners to luxurious restaurants. Below are restaurants and street corners with ole brands highly recommended by the locals and tourists.

Bun Bo Hue O Uong

The owner of this street corner is a person born and growing in Hue so the flavor of this dish served here is similar to one in Hue most.

Address: 546 Lac Long Quan street, Tay Ho district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 06:00 am 02:00 pm and 05:00 pm 10:30 pm

Price: 30.000 VND 50.000 VND (~2$)

Bun Bo Hue O Xuan

Address: 5D Quang Trung street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 07:00 am 09:00 pm

Price: 40.000 VND (~2$)

Bun Bo Hue 65

Address: 65 Duong Lang street, Dong Da district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 07:00 am 10:00 pm

Price: 30.000 VND 60.000 VND (~2 3$)

Bun Bo Hue Thu Thuy

Address: 18 Dai Co Viet street, Le Dai Hanh ward, Hai Ba Trung district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 07:00 am 03:00 pm

Price: 40.000 VND (~2$)

Bun Bo Hue Huyen Anh

Address: 169 Truong Dinh street, Hai Ba Trung district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 07:00 am 10:00 pm

Price: 30.000 VND 60.000 VND (~2 3$)

III.2. Vietnamese Street Food in Saigon & Southern Vietnam

Not only in Hanoi & Northern Vietnam but Saigon & Southern Vietnam also has diverse street food cuisine with many specialties for tourists to try when they visit the biggest and most developing city in Vietnam.

1. Hu Tieu Go (Chinning noodle)

What to eat?

Hu Tieu Go or Chinning noodle is not only a popular street food in Saigon but it also expresses a typical feature or a familiar image of Saigon. Hu Tieu Go is sold in small food carts that you can find easily on pavements at streets crowded with people till late. There are not instant locations for food carts, all are only carts, some plastic stools and the staff of each cart will walk around streets, knock a bamboo tocsin to invite guests so it is the reason why people named it Hu Tieu Go, “Gõ Go” means knock. People in Saigon choose this dish as a snack in a day to get full when feeling hungry.

Hu Tieu Go is similar to Hu Tieu (Chinning noodles) with main ingredients including noodles (Chinese noodles), pork, Vietnamese sausage, onion, bean sprouts, coriander, egg, herbs, etc. The broth is always kept warm to make each bowl of noodles to perfection on serving guests.

Where to eat?

Hu Tieu Nam Vang Campo

Address: 84 Ho Thi Ky street, Ward 14, District 10, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 05:00 am 12:00 am

Price: 30.000 VND 40.000 VND (~2$)

Hu Tieu Nam Vang Ty Lum

Address: 93 Huynh Man Dat street, Ward 7, District 5, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 07:00 am 10:00 pm

Price: 45.000 VND 55.000 VND (~2 3$)

Hu Tieu Go Pham Van Hai

Address: 154/56 Pham Van Hai Street, Ward 3, Tan Binh District, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 03:00 pm 09:00 pm

Price: 20.000 VND 25.000 VND (~ 1$)

Hu Tieu My Tho Thanh Xuan

Address: 62 Ton That Thiep street, Ben Nghe ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh city

Opening hour: 06:00 am 03:00 pm

Price: 30.000 VND 60.000 VND (~1 3$)

Hu Tieu My Tho Xua

Address: 476 Le Quang Dinh street, Ward 11, Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 06:30 am 01:00 pm and 04:00 pm 10:00 pm

Price: 20.000  VND 30.000 VND (~1 2$)

2. Che (Sweet Soup)

What to eat?

Another dish is widely regarded as one of the most well-liked street food by the locals in Saigon. There are a lot of types of Che you can find everywhere from markets to restaurants; however, in common, Che is a mixture of types of bean with colorful color and has a sweet taste.

Coming to Saigon, you will have a chance to try many types of Che from every region in Vietnam and other countries that are Vietnam’s neighbor countries such as Laos, Thailand, or Campuchia.

Where to eat?

Che Mam Khanh Vy

This street corner is more than 40 years old and serves more than 16 types of Che in a full set including a lot of tastes of Che. It is so popular that every night this store welcomes more than one hundred guests.

Address: 242B Su Van Hanh street, District 10, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 05:00 pm 10:30 pm

Price: 5.000 VND 30.000 VND (~ 1$)

Quan Che Ma (more than 70 years old)

Address: 476 478 Tran Hung Dao street, District 5, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 04:00 pm 11:59 pm

Price: 15.000 VND 33.000 VND (~ 1 2$)

Quan Che Chanh 

Address: 142 Nguyen Phi Khanh street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 09:00 am 09:00 pm

Price: 10.000 VND 20.000 VND (~ 1$)

Quan Che Co Huoi

Address: 57/21A Ho Thi Ky street, District 10, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 02:30 pm 09:00 pm

Price: 10.000 VND 22.000 VND (~ 1$)

Quan Che Hieu Khanh

Address: 718 Nguyen Dinh Chieu street, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 09:00 am 12:30 am and 02:30 pm 10:00 pm

Price: 10.000 VND 33.000 VND (~1 2$)

3. Bun Mam (Vietnamese Fermented Fish & Seafood Vermicelli Soup)

What to eat?

Bun Mam is a specialty of the southwest region in Vietnam, which has its origin from Campuchia. Because the southwest region of Vietnam is adjacent to Campuchia so there are some similarities between the southwest cuisine and Campuchia’s one. In the past, people ate it at breakfast, not in main meals (for Vietnamese people, lunch and dinner are regarded as two main important meals in a day).

Bun Mam is far spicier than Pho in the north of Vietnam. A typical bowl of Bun Mam includes rice vermicelli noodles, eggplant, shrimp, squid, pork belly and flaky white fish. It is often served with a plentiful platter of crunchy vegetables and Vietnamese herbs, limes, and fresh chilies. It is not surprising that this dish is served in many Vietnamese restaurants especially in Saigon and the southern region because of its delicious flavor. Besides, the smell of this dish is so incredibly pungent that not all tourists can bear its smell but it is really worth trying Bun Mam once if you have an opportunity.

Where to Eat?

Bun Mam 444

Address: 375 Le Quang Dinh street, Ward 5, Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 09:00 am 09:00 pm

Price: 35.000 VND 55.000 VND (~ 2$)

Bun Mam Phan Boi Chau

Address: 22 Phan Boi Chau street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 08:00 am 07:00 pm

Price: 10.000 VND 65.000 VND (~ 1 3$)

Bun Mam 47

Address: 91 Le Quang Sung, Ward 2, District 6, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 11:30 am 10:00 pm

Price: 35.000 VND 55.000 VND (~ 2$)

Bun Mam 144 Khanh Hoi

Address: 144 Khanh Hoi street, District 4, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 09:00 am 09:00 pm

Price:  45.000 VND 60.000 VND (~ 2 3$)

Bun Mam Co Ba

Address: 451 Phan Huy Ich street, Ward 14, Go Vap District, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 11:00 am 09:00 pm

Price: 35.000 VND 55.000 VND (~ 2$)

4. Banh Xeo (Pancake)

What to eat?

Bánh xèo – also known as crispy Vietnamese pancake – is a famous street food that is widely believed to originate from France during their occupation in Vietnam. The word “xèo” describes the sizzling sound when pouring the rice batter into the hot oil. This dish has a yellow outer layer and is filled with boiled pork, shrimp, bean sprouts and spring onion. Even though some people might prefer to use chopsticks to eat Banh Xeo, the best way to enjoy it is by eating with your hands.

Where to eat?

Banh Xeo Sammy

Address: 14 Truong Son street, Ward 2, Tan Binh district, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 07:00 am 10:00 pm

Price: 20.000 VND 25.000 VND (~ 1$)

Banh Xeo An La Ghien

Address: 74 Suong Nguyet Anh street, Ben Thanh ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 09:00 am 11:00 pm

Price: 25.000 VND 110.000 VND (~ 1 5$)

Banh Xeo Ba Hai

Address: 49 Nguyen Trong Tuyen street, Ward 15, Phu Nhuan district, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 10:00 am 10:00 pm

Price: 35.000 VND 66.000 VND (~ 2 3$)

Banh Xeo Co Them

Address: 154 Song Hanh street, Hoc Mon district, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 10:00 am 09:00 pm

Price: 30.000 VND 72.000 VND (~ 2 3$)

Banh Xeo Muoi Xiem

Address: 54 Nguyen Van Troi street, Phu Nhuan district, Hanoi

Opening hour: 09:00 am 09:00 pm

Price: 15.000 VND 20.000 VND (~ 1$)

5. Com Tam (Broken Rice)

What to eat?

Com Tam or Broken Rice is a Vietnamese dish made of rice but not normal rice, it is fractured rice grain. It originates from Saigon and is the most popular dish the locals choose for their breakfast. Nowadays, you can find Com Tam in restaurants in almost provinces in Vietnam.

Com Tam is usually served with grilled pork (either ribs or shredded), egg meatloaf, cucumber, carrot, spring onion, and other vegetables according to guests’ interests and a small bowl of fish sauce, a bowl of soup. Although chopsticks are commonly used, for Com Tam, fork and spoon are used to fully enjoy the flavor of this dish.

Where to eat?

Com Tam Ba Ghien

Address: 84 Dang Van Ngu street, Ward 10, Phu Nhuan district, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 07:30 am 09:30 pm

Price: 40.000 VND 66.000 VND (~2 3$)

Com Tam Bui Sai Gon

Address: 100 Thach Thi Thanh street, Tan Dinh ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 06:30 am 11:00 pm

Price: 30.000 VND 55.000 VND (~ 2$)

Com Tam Moc

Address: 85 Ly Tu Trong street, Ben Thanh ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 08:00 am 10:30 pm

Price: 30.000 VND 70.000 VND (~ 2 3$)

Com Tam Kieu Giang

Address: 192E Tran Quang Khai street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 07:00 am 09:00 pm

Price: 50.000 VND 60.000 VND (~ 2 3$)

Com Tam Pha Lau

Address: 459B Hai Ba Trung street, Ward 8, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 06:00 am 07:00 pm

Price: 50.000 VND (~ 2$)

6. Ca Phe Sua Da (Vietnamese Iced Coffee)

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What to eat?

Ca Phe Sua Da or Vietnamese Iced Coffee is not simply a well-liked street food in Vietnam, it is also a typical symbol of the prosperity of Saigon, a magnificent city in the last century, regarded as the Pearl of the Far East in the 19th and 20th century.

Ca Phe Sua Da is simply made of Vietnamese coffee filter, a little milk, ice, and people can drink it anywhere from coffee shops to street corners or coffee carts on streets or even small shops in pavements. It is simply like that but like “Cha Da” iced tea in Hanoi, it is very popular with the locals and tourists. They usually enjoy a cup of iced coffee in the early morning to wake up themselves or at the weekend on gathering with friends or colleagues.

Where to eat?

Ca Phe Lao Hac

Address: 299B Hoanh Sa street, Tan Dinh ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 07:00 am 11:00 pm

Price: 49.000 VND 189.000 VND (~ 2 9$)

Thuc Coffee

Address: 182 Pasteur, Ben Nghe ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: all-day

Price: 20.000 VND 44.000 VND (~ 2$)

Nap Sai Gon Egg Coffee

Address: 3/5 Nguyen Van Thu street, Kao Dao ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 07:00 am 09:00 pm

Price: 40.000 VND 65.000 VND (~ 2 3$)

Ca Phe 81

Address: 28 Nguyen Huu Cau street, Tan Dinh ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 07:00 am 10:30 pm

Price: 10.000 VND 30.000 VND (~ 2$)

Nam Muoi Muoi Lam Coffee

Address: 29 Ngo Thoi Nhiem street, Ward 6, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 09:00 am 10:00 pm

Price: 30.000 VND 50.000 VND (~ 2$)

7. Cao Lau (Hoi An Noodles)

What to eat?

Cao Lau or Hoi An noodles is a very famous Vietnamese traditional noodle, which originates from the old town of Hoi An a well-known beautiful ancient town of Vietnam, in Quang Nam province.

The main ingredients of Cao Lau are rice noodles, meat, greens, bean sprouts, and herbs, most commonly served with a small amount of broth. The meat used is typically pork, either shredded or sliced char siu-style pork, but shrimp can also be used. The color of noodles in Cao Lau is yellow or gray, not white as the noodles in Pho. Besides, the taste of Cao Lau is sweeter than Pho or other noodles in the northern province because people in the southern and central have interests in sweet flavor.

Where to eat?

Cao Lau Lien

Address: 9 Thai Phien street, Minh An ward, Hoi An

Opening hour: 02:30 pm 09:00 pm

Price: 30.000 VND 66.000 VND (~ 2 3$)

Cao Lau Ba Be

Address: 19 Tran Phu street, Cam Chau district, Hoi An

Opening hour: 02:00 pm 10:00 pm

Price: 20.000 VND 44.000 VND (~ 2$)

Quan Cao Lau Thanh 

Address: 26 Thai Phien street, Minh An ward, Hoi An

Opening hour: 07:00 am 07:00 pm

Price: 15.000 VND 33.000 VND (~ 2$)

Trung Bac Restaurant

Address: 87 Tran Phu street, Minh An district, Hoi An

Opening hour: 08:00 am 10:00 pm

Price: 50.000 VND 110.000 VND (~ 2 5$)

Cao Lau Khong Gian Xanh

Address: 687 Hai Ba Trung street, Minh An ward, Hoi An

Opening hour: 09:30 am 09:00 pm

Price: 20.000 VND 100.000 VND (~ 1 5$)

8. Banh Trang Nuong (Grilled Girdle Cake)

What to eat?

Banh Trang Nuong Grilled Girdle Cake or Vietnamese Pizza is a very renowned street food in Da Lat. This dish is made from rice paper and sprinkled on the top with onion, shrimp, sausage, quail egg, chili sauce. When eating, you will break into small pieces like eating pizza. Each piece is crunchy, fragrant and warm, which attracts guests most.

Where to eat?

Banh Trang Nuong Phuong

Address: 69C Nguyen Van Troi street, Da Lat city, Lam Dong province

Opening hour: 03:00 pm 11:00 pm

Price: 10.000 VND 20.000 VND (~ 1$)

Banh Trang Nuong Di Dinh

Address: 26 Hoang Dieu street, Da Lat city, Lam Dong province

Opening hour: 02:00 pm 06:30

Price: 5.000 VND 18.000 VND (~ 1$)

Banh Trang Nuong 61

Address: 61 Nguyen Van Troi street, Da Lat city, Lam Dong province

Opening hour: 04:00 pm 09:00 pm

Price: 5.000 VND 11.000 VND (~ 1$)

Banh Trang Minh Chau

Address: 34 Bui Thi Xuan street, Da Lat city, Lam Dong province

Opening hour: 02:00 pm 10:00 pm

Price: 5.000 VND 21.000 VND (~ 1$)

Banh Trang Nuong 112

Address: 112 Nguyen Van Troi street, Da Lat city, Lam Dong province

Opening hour: 02:00 pm 10:00 pm

Price: 8.000 VND (~ 0.5$)

9. Trung Vit Lon (Balut)

What to eat?

Trung Vit Lon Hot Vit Lon Balut is a special dish that you can only find in some eastern countries like Vietnam and China. In Vietnam, Balut is a favorite street food dish for many people because it is really yummy and rich in nutrients. Balut is a duck egg but when the embryo has developed into the shape of a duck. This is the reason making some tourists feel scared when trying this dish. However, I highly recommend you should try it once in your life.

Balut is boiled in about 15 20 minutes to serve guests. Normally, Vietnamese people eat balut with laksa leaves and ginger since according to oriental medicine, Balut brings cold air while Laska leaf and ginger bring hot air so eating them together creates balance to be good for their health.

Where to eat?

Hot Vit Lon Kim Thao

Address: 104 Xuan Thuy street, District 2, Ho Chi Minh city

Opening hour: 03:00 pm 11:00 pm

Price: 8.000 VND per egg (~ 0.5$)

Hot Vit Lon Thu Hien

Address: 418/44 Le Hong Phong street, Ward 1, District 10, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 03:30 pm 11:00 pm

Price: 7.000 VND per egg (~ 0.5$)

Quan Phuong Hot Vit Lon

Address: Market 200, Xom Chieu street, Ward 14, District 4, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 04:00 pm 10:00 pm

Price: 10.000 VND per egg (~ 0.5$)

Hot Vit Lon Le Quang Sung

Address: 219C Le Quang Sung street, Ward 6, District 6, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 03:00 pm 10:30 pm

Price: 20.000 VND 30.000 VND per dish (~ 1$)

An Vat Hem Ho Ba Kien

Address: 130/20 Ho Ba Kien street, District 10, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 01:00 pm 11:00 pm

Price: 5.000 VND 25.000 VND (~ 1$)

10. Bun Thit Nuong (Vermicelli with marinated char-grilled pork/beef/shrimp)

What to eat?

Bun Thit Nuong is another noodle in Vietnam and especially famous in Ho Chi Minh City. It is a little bit different from other noodles. It is a dry noodle, not a wet one. Dry noodle means there is not broth or soup served with this dish. Although there is not broth or soup, it really tastes fresh because you will eat with many Vietnamese herbs such as salad, coriander, perilla, and so on.

The main ingredients of this dish include rice noodles, grill pork, carrot, cucumber, and Vietnamese herbs with sauce to make the flavor tastier. In Ho Chi Minh City, people usually choose Bun Thit Nuong as a dish at breakfast or brunch.

Where to eat?

Quan Hai Dang

Address: 157 Chan Hung street, Tan Binh district, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 11:00 am 10:00 pm

Price: 25.000 VND per bowl (~ 1$)

Bun Thit Nuong Chi Tuyen

Address: 195 Co Giang street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 06:00 am 10:00 pm

Price: 45.000 VND 60.000 VND (~ 2 3$)

Bun Thit Nuong Anh Ba

Address: 126 Le Van Sy street, Phu Nhuan district, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 07:00 am 11:00 pm

Price: 45.000 VND 55.000 VND (~ 2$)

Quan Co Ba

Address: 287/68 Nguyen Dinh Chieu street, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 12:30 am 09:00 pm

Price: 24.000 VND 35.000 VND (~ 1$)

Bun Thit Nuong 120

Address: 120 Tran Hung Dao street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hour: 03:00 pm 06:00 pm

Price: 25.000 VND 45.000 VND (~ 1 2$)

IV. How to Choose a Street Food Vendor?

In Vietnam, street food dishes are not only served in restaurants but also at street corners, food carts, or even burden streets. All of them make typical features of Vietnamese cuisine and make an impression on foreign tourists.

The truth is that the best and most authentic food is served from street vendors heirloom store, not 5-star restaurants! However, not all ensure food safety so there are a lot of cases foreign tourists get ill after trying some Vietnamese street food without knowing the sources. Therefore, below are some tips for you to choose a safe street food vendor when visiting Vietnam.

1. Don’t drink water from unknown sources

Almost street foods in Vietnam are served with free glasses of water; however, you should not drink it. Instead of this, remember to bring a bottle of refresh water when going out in Vietnam.

2. Avoid raw fruits and vegetables

Although almost street food dishes in Vietnam are eaten with herbs such as salad, coriander, etc, if you don’t have a strong digestive, you had better avoid raw fruits and vegetables.

3. Watch the food preparation

This way will ease you more that this food is safe. You can see how this food is cooked, what is laid on your plate, and how long it takes to complete your dish.

4. Choose busy street vendors

If the place you are just about to dine out at is busy, that means it’s safe and really delicious. Busy food stands are a good sign that the food is not going to make you sick. Moreover, that also shows the food served is tasty and affordable.

Đăng bởi: Đăng Công

Từ khoá: Top 20 Best Vietnamese Street Food from North to South!

The Wedding “Flooded With Gold” And The Couple’s 5

Couple Truong Thien Nhu (SN 1995, in Vinh Long) and Huynh Nhut Anh (SN 1994, in Tra Vinh) just got married not long ago. Business Bride women’s fashion accessories and the groom is a police officer.

The couple was interested in the online community by organizing a grand wedding, the bride and groom were given a lot of gold, heavily worn on their bodies. The number of assets Thien Nhu and Nhut Anh was given to celebrate the wedding is up to 2.3 billion VND(90,000 USD).

Thien Nhu bride received many gifts of pure gold on her wedding day.

According to the share of the bride Thien Nhu, the couple’s wedding money alone has reached billions of dong. She shared: “My personality is very emotional, I value my family, friends and relatives. I want to have a perfect wedding with everything so that I can have memorable moments with my family.”

After the wedding day, the “huge” money and gifts are kept separately by the bride and groom because there is nothing to use. “Just leave it as a dowry for your children later,” said the bride Thien Nhu.

Many people look at lavish wedding and think that Thien Nhu is lucky to get a rich husband. However, the reality is that the two families have similar backgrounds. “When loading money, the husband’s family gave the two of us 15 gold trees, at the wedding, my parents gave us a red book, for my husband 10 taels of gold and a diamond necklace for my daughter,” Thien Nhu said. good.

The image of a beautiful bride wearing gold on her wedding day caught the attention of netizens.

“The wedding is popular on social networks, so people around are quite interested and attentive. Those who love us are happy, those who hate them have the opportunity to say bad things, ridicule. We all happily accept it. My husband and I have been in love for more than 5 years, so we understand each other everything; there are things that need not be said, we understand each other.

I’m a perfectionist and very fastidious, so deciding to get married is not a day and a day, but a process of building up and coming to the results like today. The future doesn’t say anything, I just know that I’m very satisfied with my decision right now and I trust my husband absolutely,” Nhu confided.

Thien Nhu recounted, when she first met, she thought that her husband was very peachy, so she did not accept love. “Because the number of his ex-lovers must be a kilometer long,” Nhu humorously shared.

“The two of us are friends, go out together from time to time, but then we both love each other… the other. It wasn’t until I broke up with my ex and so did you, that the two of us texted and talked more and decided to make a decision. get to know each other He is a delicate person and loves me very much”, she added.

A piece of pure gold jewelry that the couple Thien Nhu and Nhut Anh were given on their wedding day.

In addition to pure gold, the couple was also given diamonds and red books.

After the wedding day, the young couple is enjoying their newlywed life in their new home, just 100 meters from the bride’s mother’s house. “In general, having a husband is also happy because if you don’t know something, “Hey brother” someone will help you,” Thien Nhu shared.

Due to being busy with a new life and preparing to open a store, the couple Thien Nhu – Nhut Anh did not have time to go on their honeymoon. They plan to go on a long trip at the right time to rest and rekindle love.

Wedding photo of couple Thien Nhu – Nhut Anh.

The wedding was lavishly held with lots of fresh flowers.

Thien Nhu’s bride has a beautiful and charming beauty.

Thien Nhu also has a trendy fashion style.

Photo: Internet (vinlove.net)

Đăng bởi: Yến Nguyễn

Từ khoá: The wedding “flooded with gold” and the couple’s 5-year love story in Vinh Long

The Most Gorgeous Beauty In Nha Trang

Hon Tam Island (or Thuy Kim Son island) is a unique combination between pristine and modern beauty. Tam Island, one of islands in Nha Trang having clearest water, is featured with the majestic natural beauty, including tropical forests, golden sand, blue sea and top- notch resorts that fascinate thousands of tourists every year. Located in Nha Trang gulf and far from the southeast of the city center almost 7 km, she has become a fabulous space for people who fall in love with ecotourism.

I. What to Do at Hon Tam Island? 1. Sandbank

The beach is referred to as one of the best heaven seas in Vietnam.  With more than 1 km of the seaside and the beauty of smooth white sand, nobody can refuse to take a walk along the coast or lie on the deck- chair under the coconut trees’ shades.

The water is so blue and clear that you can see fish and other marine creatures in the bottom. Tourists can immerse themselves in cool water, play with the little waves and listen to the rustling noises of the sea- breeze. Because of the considerable depth of the sea, you should take a life preserver to freely swim and play sports upon the water.

2. Hoang Hoa Thon

Hoang Hoa Thon is supposed to be a unique village where ancient architecture still exists. It covers about 400 square meters in width. This masterpiece was believed to consist of 5 old buildings that had been constructed more than 100 years ago. You will be surprised with a variety of antiquities that are kept intact until now.

Moreover, if you set foot in Hoang Hoa Thon area, you will have an opportunity to communicate with traditional artisans who are creating a lot of appealing art works with brocades, potteries, etc. This place will give you a new experience with traditional values and inspire visitors to learn more about Vietnamese traditional culture.

3. Water Sports

Hon Tam island is famous for being one of the richest islands with an abundance of fish and other aquatic species. Therefore, this is an ideal attraction for snorkeling in the tremendous ocean to see directly thousands of stunning coral reefs and marine creatures around.

4. Sea Walker

Sea walker is a new kind of sport in several tourist attractions in Nha Trang. It is a safe sport which teenagers, elderly people, children (at the age of ten and above) can take part in. Even no swimming skill ones who are afraid of water can still join in because water is not allowed going inside the helmet diving and you are always protected by coaches next to you.

You will feel like you are walking in the land and touch directly in colorful coral reefs. During 15 minutes for one time, you are free to feed fish or take photos with the kingdom of coral reefs.

5. Kayak boating

Kayak is one of the most fascinating games which is also used as a means to discover the magnificent paradise of Tam island. It is believed that rowing is hard to control for the first time on your way because the boat is easy to be capsized. In this situation, keep calm and paddle slowly, Kayak will move more smoothly and faster.

III. How to Get Hon Tam island?

If you set off from Cam Ranh airport, you have to reach Nha Trang city by a taxi, which costs around 300- 500 vnd( ~ $13- $21) and takes you roughly 40 minutes for 35km. In addition, the bus is much cheaper and it takes you about 1 hour to complete the distance from the airport to the inner- city.

There are several ways to leave the city for Hon Tam harbor, you can catch a bus( No.4) or take a taxi or motorbike( ~15m).

Then, you can rent a normal boat to Hon Tam Island at an economical price of 20.000 vnd( ~$1) / per capita. Another convenient choice is a high speed canoe which is 4 times as fast as and the expense is 200.000 vnd( ~$8.7) / capita.

IV. What to Eat at Hon Tam Island?

Hon Tam is well- known as a grilled seafood heaven that attracts numerous visitors, even gourmets. Buffet party will serve customers with perfect lobsters, crabs, oysters and other tasty kinds of fresh seafood.

If you do not have time to stay long, have lunch on the island and have to return to the pier, you will have difficulty finding a good restaurant. Therefore, take into consideration and make sure you will have a full stomach before leaving the island.

V. Tips on Visiting Hon Tam Island

The climate is temperate that is suitable for every season with average temperature is roughly 26.3 Celsius. However, the best time to visit Hon Tam island is between July and September because in this time, the weather is most beautiful

You can bring yourself a few things like: food, water, sunscreen, hat, bathing suit and a towel. Hat and sunscreen are essential in case you travel in summer.

Last but not least, every corner of Tam Island is not allowed throwing garbage. It is essential to have awareness of protecting the environment.

Hon Tam island is truly a fantastic place for everyone who would like to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. Immense yourself in the flow of cool water, contemplate colorful aquatic species and play thrilling sports that will make you forget to return homes. Tam island always welcomes you to come and wish you have a nice trip with your beloved ones.

Đăng bởi: Trần Lệ

Từ khoá: Hon Tam Island – The Most Gorgeous Beauty in Nha Trang

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