Local cheap eats in HCM city

27/11/2019   662  4.8/5 trong 5 rates 
Local cheap eats in HCM city
There is no doubt that Ho Chi Minh city is a paradise for street foods and cheap eats. You can find quick snacks or full meal in almost every street with lots of stalls, vendors selling food all day, especially in the late afternoon to evening. In this guide, we will have a review of 5 cheap eats that many locals opt for.

 
  • Hồ Thị Kỷ night market, District 10

    Hồ Thị Kỷ night market, District 10 Hồ Thị Kỷ night market, District 10

    Located in an area of Hồ Thị Kỷ street and its alleys, Hồ Thị Kỷ market is a Saigon’s hidden gem with the biggest flower market of the city and the Cambodian market inside the flower market. Coming to this market, you will have chances to not only admire the beauty and enjoy the fragrance of hundreds of colorful flowers but also taste flavorful dishes in the night market. Must try dishes: Crab soup (súp cua), street foods from rice paper (bánh tráng), grilled beef on lemongrass steak (nem bò nướng sả), Cambodia steamed pumpkin dessert (chè Campuchia), peach tea.
    Price: 1 to 2 dollars / dish.

  • 76 Alley Hai Bà Trưng, District 1

    76 Alley Hai Bà Trưng, District 176 Alley Hai Bà Trưng, District 1

    Though it is the tiny and short alleyway, located just about 15-minute walk from the Saigon Opera House, the food inside is amazing. You can order the food and bring it to your table to eat. Vendors here sell a variety of foods from noodles, rice to spring rolls, Vietnamese pizzas (bánh tráng nướng) and stir-fried corn. A taste of noodles soup, Vietnamese pancakes or just a plate of fried corn with butter will light up your day.
    Price: less than 1 dollar / dish.

  • Sư Vạn Hạnh Street, District 10

    Sư Vạn Hạnh Street, District 10 Sư Vạn Hạnh Street, District 10

    Sư Vạn Hạnh is a long, lively street in general, but the section between Ngô Gia Tự and Nguyễn Chí Thanh streets is partiuclarly frenetic and jam-packed with excellent street foods. The area’s street-life is exceptionally vibrant. Food stalls, vendors, casual eateries, cafes and bars line the street, all in the shadow of the dilapidated apartment complex. Young and old, families and couples take their seats on plastic stools at metallic tables and tuck into the various street treats on offer. This street’s speciality are bánh xèo (savoury crepes filled with pork and bean sprouts), mì vịt tiềm (egg noodles with duck in a deeply aromatic broth).
    Price: 1 to 3 dollars / dish.

  • 200 Food Market (Chợ 200), District 4

    200 Food Market (Chợ 200), District 4200 Food Market (Chợ 200), District 4

    This area is a home to working class and students so the price is more reasonable than the other places. The market becomes busy in the evening when dinner time comes. Tasty dishes which include stir-fried rice with chicken or seafood, chicken soup, Vietnamese style pasta, rice paper salad promise to satisfy any hungry stomach.
    Price: 6 cents to 2 dollars / dish.

  • 52 Cao Thắng Alleyway, District 3

    52 Cao Thắng Alleyway, District 352 Cao Thắng Alleyway, District 3

    52 Cao Thắng Food alleyway has been a popular spot for nosh lover in the city. You can find a countless type of Vietnamese noshes in here from fried fish balls and dumpling to balut with tamarind sauce with reasonable price. Delicious taste, hot food serving, and good price are the reasons why this alleyway in such crowded apartments attracts so many customers.
    Price: 6 cents to 2 dollars / dish.

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