Stir-fried crispy noodles is a very popular Chinese dish in HCM City. The way the rich, savoury sauce soaks into the crispy fried noodles makes the meal simply irresistible!
Duck meat is popular all over the world. In Việt Nam not only you can enjoy the delicious grilled-duck dish, but also try it with noodles. The grilled-duck is tender and perfectly mixed with the tasty dipping sauce. What are you waiting for? It would be a waste if you are in Hà Nội and don’t try this dish.
Here’s a sandwich like no other. Instead of bread, tofu is used to create the snack. This relatively new dish is taking HCM City by storm. And with a wide choice of fillings it’s a must try for anyone looking for a tasty treat. VNS
Sausage salad is a popular snack among HCM City locals, especially young people.
Of all the snacks that have been enjoyed by Vietnamese students throughout the years, the sweet and creamy bò bía ngọt (sweet popiah) is one of the most popular.
Raw fish is often associated with Japan but it's also a very popular street food in Việt Nam.
A sweet and crunchy afternoon snack many Vietnamese adults have grown up eating.
The name cao lầu literally translates as ‘high floor’ where the rich would sit in restaurants in the old days, but the mixed noodle dish has become popular nowadays.
Noodle with chili salt is a popular street food among locals, especially young adults looking for a light and convenient snack after work. The spicy and aromatic noodles is enjoyed with a nice bowl of broth filled with meaty goodness.
Spring rolls are often served on big occasions such as major ceremonies and Lunar New Year, giving a rich taste of the traditional Vietnamese cuisine.
Tết is nearly upon so that means it’s time for bánh tét! This glutinous rice cake is commonly served in the South and Central Highlands during the Lunar New Year. And it’s also a popular gift to give to friends and family.
Bát Tràng Village is not only famous for its ceramic products but also its unique cuisine. The bamboo shoots and squid soup is one of their finest dishes. Many Vietnamese diners have fallen in love with this traditional dish thanks to the sweet taste of the squid and bamboo shoots.
Mozzarella sticks might be known as a popular appetiser in America but in Việt Nam they are also a snack loved by many.
Chạo tôm (grilled shrimp paste wrapped around sugarcane) used to be served to royalty in central Việt Nam.
The noodle soup can taste a little different in Hà Nội compared to the authentic Huế dish, but some say they prefer the lighter broth and heartier portion of toppings.
Lovers of Vietnamese street food will surely recognise bò lá lốt (grilled beef wrapped in lolot leaf). It may be simply ground beef wrapped in lolot leaf, but this dish will take you by surprise with its delicious taste and mouth watering flavours.
Shrimp paste maybe smelly to many, but when it is mixed with galangal and pig’s legs, it can create a rich flavoured dish. The tenderness of the meat and crispy skin have made many Vietnamese fall in love with grilled pig’s leg with noodles, especially in cold weather.
Ốc len xào dừa (mud creeper with coconut milk) is a popular dish in HCM City.
If you are feeling a little peckish when enjoying a cold beer, maybe you need to nibble on a duck’s tongue! Deep fried, duck’s tongues are a specialty in Vietnam, but taste best while sipping a cold one.