Street food in Saigon (Ho bỏ ra Minh City) is considered the best Vietnam street food. The picture of street food in Saigon permeates every neighborhood, district, and alleyway. Saigon boasts so many street food outlets that the thành phố feels lượt thích a giant open-air diner. Every day, tens of thousands of street-side eateries pick up tasty food with cheap price in an informal space – on the sidewalks of the city. Street food is not just wrapped into “food”. In fact, it is about the ambience and atmosphere around. As many people say, if you take street food khổng lồ your home, would not taste anywhere near as delicious as it tastes on the street. Enjoying street food is definitely one of the best things you should vì in Saigon.

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# 1. Không nên Gon Noodle Soup (Pho sai Gon)

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Pho is a traditional dish of Vietnam, and it can also be considered as one of the most typical dishes for Vietnam’s culinary. The main ingredients of the noodle soup are the noodle and broth (or “nuoc leo” – the way to call “broth” in the South) with some slices of meats. People usually opt for beef noodle soup, but there are also chicken noodle soup, pork noodle soup, & shrimp noodle soup for customers to choose. When Pho came into Ho đưa ra Minh city, it still retains the original flavor but the restaurants will give customers a dish of raw vegetables to lớn serve with the noodle soup, including odor ship, basil, & bean sprouts. Actually, Pho is also one of the best street foods in Saigon tourists should try!

# 2. Không nên Gon Sandwich (Banh Mi không đúng Gon)

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The bread is usually baked to lớn be hot and crispy before getting an incision along its body and orderly stuffed with spices, butter, meat (or eggs, meat pie, pork, char siu, etc.); some vegetables (cucumber, cilantro, scallion, etc.) will be put up on the stuffings and the available sauce (chili paste, soy sauce, etc.).

# 3. Vietnamese Fried Crispy Pancake (Banh Xeo)

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Vietnamese fried crispy pancake is one type of typical cakes in the Central & The Southern Vietnam. However, when “banh xeo” came to lớn Ho bỏ ra Minh City, it became a very popular dish from rustic diners lớn luxury restaurants. When enjoying Banh Xeo in the Southern Vietnam, visitors are usually interested in serving it with an abundant plate of characteristic raw veggies, such as silk leaves, green mango…

# 4. Saigon Sweetened Porridge (Che sai Gon)

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Nowhere else can have more types of sweetened porridge/soup than Saigon. Featuring as the land gathered by many settled population sources, Saigon sweetened porridge is extremely rich in flavor, color, và “genre”. The cooking world commented that Hanoi sweetened porridge focuses on flavor; Hue sweetened porridge focuses on ingredients, và Saigon sweetened porridge is the sparkle blending of colors.

# 5. Viscera Soup (Pha Lau)

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Since a long time ago, Vietnamese viscera soup has been considered as a delicious rustic snack of people in Saigon. Strangely, from children lớn the elderly, everyone can be “addicted” to lớn this dish. Pha vệ sinh is actually a dish made from animal’s organs. There are many types of pha Lau: pork, poultry, beef … Beef viscera soup is the dish that people like the most. Perhaps people will not feel familiar when they eat this dish the very first time, but since the third time tasting it, they will be actually “addicted”. This is also the best street food in Saigon.

# 6. Fresh Rolled Salad (Goi Cuon)

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This dish can be caught up anywhere on the streets around Saigon. Just a thin rice paper for the outer layer & some boiled, crustless shrimps, lean pork, vermicelli, raw veggies, Chinese chives, và a small cup of dipping sauce, fresh rolled salad become a favorite snack of many people. The essence of this dish is in the dipping sauce. Each diner contains their own secret sauce prepared separately for each type of the rolled salad with unmistakable flavor.

# 7. Grilled Rice Cake (Banh Trang Nuong)

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In Saigon, this dish is changed a little bit in the taste: thinner outer layer, butter used instead of sergestidae paste… It does not contain a lot of picky ingredients; just a few quail egg (or chicken eggs), crushed meat, fried onion …make this aromatic crispy grilled dish the choice of many young people, especially in the afternoon when it suddenly rains.

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# 8. Fried Dough (Bot Chien)

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Many people become the “followers” of fried dough because of the familiar-but-strange taste in the blending of cassava flour, rice flour, và eggs. A plate of fried dough consists of rectangular pellets were fried up, mixed with scrambled eggs, scallion, and shredded papaya & cassava. In Saigon, there are many diners which sell traditional fried dough, such as the ones in Vo Van rã Street (District 3) and Pham The Hien Market (District 8). This is also a great street food in Saigon people should try.

# 9. Fried Vermicelli (Bun Xao)

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Being processed in many ways depending on the diners, but the most popular fried vermicelli is still the vegetarian vermicelli served with bean sprouts, cabbage, fungus, tofu, và crispy fried meat pie. This dish is light so many people love eating it và selecting it as the breakfast. The taste of Bun Xao is mainly determined by the vermicelli: they must be thin, fleshy, chewy, but not too dry. Fried vermicelli can be easily found on the street around Saigon.

# 10. Crab Soup (Sup Cua)

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As one of the common breakfast which are very popular in Saigon. With the main ingredients including crabmeat, mushrooms, bamboo shoot flour, & quail egg, plus spices, such as cilantro, pepper powder…People who enjoy the dish at the first time will feel a little bit strange due to the taste of the crab soup, but will be quickly “addicted” to lớn this nutritious and delicious dish. In Saigon after rainy afternoons, the crab soup diners in the alleys attract even the busiest person with its special và delicious taste.

# 11. Mixed Shredded Rice Paper (Banh Trang Tron)

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As one of the popular rustic dishes with the simplest ingredients, mixed shredded rice paper (or “Banh Trang Tron” is the just the shredded rice paper rolled with dried shrimp, teared marinated squid, và quail eggs, but when it is mixed with soy sauce và laksa leaves, bringing about a special dish with quite delicious taste which does not make people feel cloyed or greasy. Although it is not highly nutritional, the mixed shredded rice paper so far is among the đứng đầu snack choices of the youth in Saigon.

# 12. Fried Fish Ball (Ca Vien Chien)

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Perhaps no other snack is sold on the streets in Saigon rather than fried fish ball. Virtually, in any corner of Saigon, from the alley to the downtown area, we can easily find the signs of the carts selling fried fish ball. 4-5 fish balls will be strung on a skewer. When the customers come và buy the dish, the sellers will take the skewers and place them in a hot pan full of oil. After 5 minutes, the customers will have hot, delicious skewers of fried fish ball served with chili sauce – a tasty và addictive street food in Saigon you should try once in your life when coming to this city.

# 13. Vietnamese Popiah (Bo Pia)

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Often being confused with spring rolls, Vietnamese popiah requires a little bit more sophisticated cooking process. Originated in china first, over the years, Saigon Popiah has been changed gradually with some variables, but there are still 5 main ingredients in the dish: sausages, dried shrimps, egg, shredded cassavia, lettuce, & rolled out with a thin rice paper layer. This dish is regularly dipped in customized soy sauce.

# 14. Oat Cake (Banh Tai Yen)

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Banh Tai Yen is the last popular street food in Saigon I want to show people in this article. This cake comes with such an interesting name because initially, rural people called the cake according to the shape of the cake which is similar lớn the shape of the oats. Then, people called the name of the dish deviately from “to yen” into “tai yen”. In some places, oat cakes are also known as cone cake. A “right” oat cake needs khổng lồ ensure the toughness of baked rice flour in the center of the cake, the porous of the outer shell, with the refreshing sweetness of sugar & coconut milk besides the requirements for shape, color…