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The Vegan Guide To Staying Healthy On The Road

by Selene @ fork on the road

For backpackers, tourists, or anyone who travels for work, trying exotic new cuisines is one of the best things about travelling. Who wouldn’t be excited to try authentic empanadas in Mexico, steaming-hot street food in Vietnam, or a plate of fresh gnocchi in Italy? But if you don’t eat meat, fish, dairy or eggs, things can be more difficult. Though the vegan movement is growing quickly, in many countries meals still centre around animal products, and the very concept of veganism can be met with bewilderment. I’ve spent the past 15 months travelling through Latin America, Southeast Asia and Australasia, and have written extensively about my search for veggie-friendly food in each country I visit. During my travels I made the switch from vegetarianism...

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Sugar Miss – Popular Instagrammable Marble Cube Cake And Marble Cheese Cake At Taipei

by admin @ DanielFoodDiary.com

[Taipei] One of Taipei’s most instagrammable dessert café of late has to be Sugar Miss, with photos of their famed Marble Cube Cake trending in several social media feeds (at least the Chinese ones). The Marble Cube Cakes come with varied fillings of matcha, raspberry and taro, available in very limited quantities. Each is priced about NT$240 – 265 (SGD$10.80 – SGD$11.90), considered on the higher side for Taiwan, though Singaporeans should be used to these prices for cakes. Do note there is a minimum expenditure of NT$200 required for each customer, which should be easily met as long as you get a drink. Reservations are recommended, as the café can get very popular during the weekends. As I arrived about 2pm, there were just 2 Marble Cube Cake left. The décor looked rather “Lady M” – all clean, white with marbled tables, and ironically Lady M Taipei is just located a short distance away with a moderately long queue. The entire vibes felt rather ‘cold’ though, without the extreme friendliness you see at other Taipei café places. Other offerings included the best-selling Marble Cheese Cake (NT$190 per slice, SGD$8.50), and Mille Crepe Cakes with flavours of Matcha Milk, Earl Grey, Valrhona Chocolate, Taro and Seasonal Fruit (NT$180 – 230, SGD$8.00 – 10.30). The Marble Cube Cake was certainly a good-looker, different from other conventional cakes, placed on a marbled plate on white table. This café certainly knows about how to get good lighting for optimal photos. Unfortunately, taste wise, it wasn’t the most impressive. It was OKAY. While the top molten layer looked melty, it was solidified and didn’t add much taste wise. Beneath was a chiffon layer and raspberry fillings that didn’t quite flow at all. It was probably just this cake, as I have seen other versions...

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5 must-try snacks for true taste of Saigon street food - Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

5 must-try snacks for true taste of Saigon street food - Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip


Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

Hey you, ready to explore lovely streets of Saigon? I’ll show you the 5 must-try snacks that will surely give you the true taste of Saigon street food. 

Top Must-eat Dishes & Dining Spots In Saigon for Foodies

by Phuoc Le @ saigon street food blog – Innoviet Travel

You are a foodie and want to explore the best street food in Saigon but aren’t sure where are the best places in town? Then this what you will love. Let’s put my recommendation of  the Top Must-eat Dishes & Dining Spots In Saigon for Foodies in your pocket and start exploring the Saigon food haven. * STREET FOOD 1. Cơm

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6 Saigon vegetarian restaurants for the green lovers

6 Saigon vegetarian restaurants for the green lovers

by Phuong Tuyen @ xpath.co

Saigon is a safe heaven for vegetarians. Traveling on a special diet may be challenging in some countries, but not in Vietnam as food here are generally lavished…

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Saigon’s Street Cats and Dogs

by Mike @ Saigon For 91 Days

We judge a city based on a few critical factors: cuisine, transportation, museums, nightlife... and the cuteness of its street cats and dogs. And that last one is a category in which Saigon scores high. Check out some of the creatures we've met during our 91 days in the city. Which ones would you take home? You can only choose one!

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9 Best Vietnamese Street Food Experiences - Backstreet Academy

9 Best Vietnamese Street Food Experiences - Backstreet Academy


Backstreet Academy

Wherever in Vietnam you go, you should definitely try out these 9 Best Vietnamese street food experiences. We promise you won't regret it.

Mi Quang, Eating and Cooking Noodles in Vietnam

by Chef @ World Travel Chef

Mi Quang- Mì Quảng is a noodle dish that originated in the Quang Nam province of Central Vietnam. It translates as Quang (province) style noodles. Travelling around central Vietnam you will see an abundance of street stalls all tooffering mi quang for around $1 US. After 4 months in Hoi An I haven’t seen any […]

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The Cow Head Taco Philosopher King of Oaxaca

by Jodi Ettenberg @ Legal Nomads

Oaxaca is full of great street eats, including this delightful philosophizing taco vendor who makes tacos de cabeza (cow head tacos).

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Things to do in Da Nang – Travel...

by gadt_admin @ Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

Da Nang is one of the cleanest and most beautiful cities in Vietnam with fast economic growth. The city has many famous landscapes such as Marble Mountain, Cu Lao Cham Island, Han River … and many amusement parks. In particular, Danang has many bridges with legendary architecture such as Dragon […]

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Saigon Street Food Tour of Ho Chi Minh City by Motorbike

Saigon Street Food Tour of Ho Chi Minh City by Motorbike


Contented Traveller

One of the best ways to understand this sprawling and the frenetic city is to do a Saigon Street Food Tour of Ho Chi Minh City by Motorbike .. at night

Vietnamese Food: 25 Must-Eat Dishes in Saigon (and Where To Try Them) (Cont)-Le Duy Hotel, prime location in Ho Chi Minh

by Le Duy Hotel @ Le Duy Hotel

11. Bún thịt nướng (bun thit nuong) Vietnamese cuisine is brilliant for combining a contrast of flavors and textures into a single dish, and I think bun thit nuong, or better yet bun thit nuong cha gio, is a great example of this. The dish normally begins with a handful of chopped up herbs and lettuce...

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SKYE Restaurant and Bar Hong Kong: Superb Food, Drinks and Views in Hong Kong

by Pierre Blake @ PIERREBLAKE

Hong Kong has one of the most notorious skylines in the world. I love visiting this beautiful city and taking in the amazing views. On my most recent trip, I visited SKYE at the top of The Park Lane Hong Kong a Pullman Hotel, where I also was staying. You can read about the hotel Continue Reading

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Food and Motorcycle Tour - Saigon Extravaganza

The best Saigon street food tour for an authentic  gastronomic experience beyond Phở. Eat your way through Saigon's tastiest food on the back of a scooter.

Rules to eat healthily for safe travel

by gadt_admin @ Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

Eating local foods is the best way to explore the culture of places you’re going to. However, when you’re travelling abroad, away from your lovely kitchen, you’ll be likely to get sick because of contaminated food and this can totally ruin your holiday. But don’t panic, you can totally prevent food borne illness with just some simple tips […]

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5 Fun Places to Eat in Nashville

by Daryl & Mindi Hirsch @ 2foodtrippers

Nashville is a necessary stop on any U.S. road trip that spans the country from coast to coast. Dubbed Music City, Tennessee’s capital offers musical attractions like Ryman Auditorium, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and a seemingly endless number of local clubs. When visiting the city, in addition to music, you’ll also find a full range of IHG hotels in Nashville at all price points plus lots of great food ranging from Southern comfort food to cutting-edge cuisine. Due to the city’s location, most places to eat in Nashville serve their food with sides ...

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Ho Chi Minh City Street Food (Part 2)

Ho Chi Minh City Street Food (Part 2)

by Phuong Tuyen @ xpath.co

Travelers should never have to ask the question of “what to eat in Saigon” because this is a true street food paradise! Ready for the second adventure to…

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The top vegetarian restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City

by Định Nguyễn @ KIM TRAVEL

The top vegetarian restaurants in (SaiGon) Ho Chi Minh City VietNam you should know Incorporating more vegetarian meals into your weekly routine is a great way to boost your health. Research shows that eating more plant-based foods and less meat increases your intake of key nutrients, such as dietary fiber, and reduces the risk of […]

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Culinary Cologne: Adventures in German Cuisine

by Dave @ Man Vs Globe

I have never eaten a meal that I could accurately describe as ‘life-changing’. In fact, I’m not even sure how a meal could significantly alter your life. I haven’t had…

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What Da Lat Street Food to Eat for Your Vietnam Food Discovery

by adminict @ Vietnam Culinary Travel Agency: Vietnam Food Tour Packages

Da Lat Street Food is one of the most wanted things for people traveling to this beautiful city on a Vietnam food vacation. Da Lat is one of the ideal

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Saigon street food:  'There's no future for my son selling food this way'

Saigon street food: 'There's no future for my son selling food this way'


the Guardian

Vietnamese street food is modernising with western tourists using YouTube and local blogs to find the best dishes, but 78% of vendors still work illegally

7 Marvelous Hindu Temples in Malaysia You Need to Visit

by Sanhita Basu @ Expedia Malaysia Travel Blog

Malaysia is a melting pot of diverse cultures in SE Asia. The country is a beautiful blend of Chinese, Malay and Thai people and is a diverse country. People belonging to different religions (Islam, Buddhism and Hinduism) have managed to ...

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The Best of Vietnamese Street Food

The Best of Vietnamese Street Food


Wendy Wu Tours Blog

Vietnamese cuisine has gained a huge worldwide following over the last few years and Vietnamese street food is no exception

THAILAND: The Global Street Food Dish that is Pad Thai (Recipe)

by Jakob Polaco @ Will Fly for Food: Travel + Food Guides

Pad Thai is a street food item that everyone has pretty much heard of at this point. It is a global dish, and one which can taste completely different depending on where it was served.

Eating Live Larvae Coconut Worm – Bizarre Vietnamese Street-Food

by fred wilson @ Food in Vietnam – Back of the Bike Tours

Back in December we decided it was time to try one of the most bizarre Vietnamese street-food ever, the coconut worm (đuông dừa or Live Larvae Coconut Worm). The Rhynchophorus Ferrugineus (Its poetic name given by the scientist community) is a relatively large beetle living...

48 Hours in Ho Chi Minh with Tigerair and Accor Hotels

48 Hours in Ho Chi Minh with Tigerair and Accor Hotels


Miss Tam Chiak

Ho Chi Minh City is Vietnam's most popular destinations. If you only have 48 hours, here are some ideas to help you uncover the city.

10 street food dishes you have to try in Ho Chi Minh City

10 street food dishes you have to try in Ho Chi Minh City


The Independent

With vendors selling specialty dishes daily on every street corner, you don’t stay hungry for long in Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City.

Top 10 Best Bangkok Thai Food Restaurants within your budget

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

Bangkok – the largest tourist attraction in Thailand – has many different fascinating places to visit. Bangkok’s diversity in cuisine is nearly unparalleled. Offers vary from Asian food like Chinese and Indian, to even European food such as Italian and French. However, once you have arrive at this city, you won’t be satisfied until you […]

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Street Food

by noreply@blogger.com (Michael) @ A Saigon Food Guide

Let me be clear: If you come to Saigon and don't try any of the street food, you're an idiot. Street food is a vital part of the culture here, as evidenced by the hundreds - possibly thousands - of street vendors that line sidewalks and streets throughout the city. The array is just as dazzling as the diversity of the city's full-blown restaurants - you can get breakfast or a midnight snack as you stagger home from the bar. Of course, if it's late enough, it would just be drunk breakfast. There really isn't a time of the day where you can't find someone selling something - I'm not even sure what all of the dishes served are, but you can easily find all kinds of pho, banh mi (sandwiches packed with different fillings depending on the time of day), traditional dumplings, fresh spring rolls, noodle dishes, meat cut up like a kebab and grilled on an open flame, etc. etc. You can also find fresh fruits and vegetables at the dozens of street markets located around the city, as well on carts that people push down the streets. A favorite sight of mine is seeing carts loaded down with bananas heading my way. There are also little ice cream carts that people push around, a bell ringing alongside to announce their approach. The people who run these carts are usually old women in conical hats, who probably learned the craft from her mother, who learned from her mother, and so on. This generational commitment is reflected in the quality of the food.

Clearly, you could eat three full meals a day on the street and be totally satisfied - and save a lot of money. Many of these places are mind-blowlingly cheap. I haven't even put the beginning of a dent in the street food scene, but here's where I've been so far. Obviously these carts or stands don't have names, but we come up with nicknames for all them, and I'll just give the street they are on. District 1 is actually a little lacking in street food, at least in the big touristy areas. There is some in Pham Ngu Lao, but you'll find that the majority of street stalls are in the more normal Vietnamese neighborhoods.

1) Banana Lady, District 3 - Head down Vo Van Tan towards Cao Thang. This stall is built into the corner of a building at the entrance to an alley two blocks before Cao Thang, on the right. Open all day until around 10 at night, this stall serves nothing but...bananas, cooked inside a banana leaf on a huge grill. You can get just the grilled banana for 6,000, or get a bag of coconut milk for dipping for an additional 2,000. The milk is totally worth it, as it adds a lot of flavor to the dish. A filling, delicious snack for less than 50 cents. Can't beat that. 5/5

2) Crack Sandwich Lady, District 3- If you're going down Vo Van Tan with the flow of traffic, go one block past the War Remnants Museum and take a right on Tran Quoc Thao. You'll see the cart about 20 feet from the corner on the right. I discovered this amazing woman during training at the LanguageCorps office, and I became immediately addicted (hence the crack-related nickname) to her heavenly egg banh mi. She's only there in the morning, and the sandwhich comes with a fried egg, pate, fresh vegetables and some sort of sauce - for 6,000 dong. When I found out it was that cheap I almost dropped the sandwich. Anyways, she doesn't really speak English, so I just walked up and held up one finger, and she knew what I wanted. After a couple days all I had to do was stand in the general area of the cart and she would whip up a sandwhich for me in seconds. A must-try if you're doing a street food tour of the city. 5/5

3) Spicy Banh Mi Dude, District 3 - Head down Vo Van Tan (can you tell that I eat on this street a lot yet?)  to the intersection with Cao Thang. Take a right, and this cart is at the entrance to the very first alley on your right. He only sets up in the evening, probably around 6, but stays open very late. This banh mi is filled with pork, pate, cucumbers, cilantro, yellow peppers, and sauce. The peppers add a healthy kick to this sandwich, which is quite delicious. A new regular dinner of mine may be a banana from the Banana Lady and a spicy banh mi - the total for both comes to just 18,000, since the sandwiches cost just 10,000. Amazing. 4/5

4) Fresh Spring Roll Lady, District 3 - Let's play "Guess what street she's on." Answer is: Vo Van Tan. I promise I'll branch out eventually. Head down Vo Van Tan towards Cao Thang - she's on the right, kind of in the middle of a block somewhere between Nguyen Thuong Hien and Cao Thang. Serves up delicious fresh spring rolls of delicate rice paper wrapped around two shrimp, a few pork slices, carrots, and various greens, as well as a bag of dipping sauce. Highly affordable, as expected - 8 sizeable rolls cost 22,000. 4/5

I thought I had eaten at more places than this, but that's all I can think of at the moment. I'm sure I'll be adding more soon as I try to cut back on spending a bit.

The Real Cost to Buy a Food Truck (2018 Edition)

by Madison @ Roaming Hunger

If you're in the market for a food truck, or just tossing around the idea, your main question is likely, “How much does a food truck cost?” Great question. It’s one that we get every single day from the many entrepreneurs that want to make their culinary and business dreams a reality.

Ubud – Green and healthy food hotspot

Ubud – Green and healthy food hotspot

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

Ubud is well-known a for spirituality, yoga, art, rice fields and vegan food!

BonBon Residences: Our Home in Saigon

by Mike @ Saigon For 91 Days

For our 91-day trips around the world, there is no decision so critical as the apartment in which we'll be based. And I imagine that's especially the case in Saigon, where neighborhoods can be too loud, too touristy, and either too far or too close to the center. Happily, we couldn't have found a better home than BonBon Residences.

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13 Miles – Delicious, Elevated, Yet Affordable, Western food

by Victoria Cheung @ Miss Tam Chiak

Singapore is incredibly fast-paced. However, if there is one part of Singapore that takes things a little more slowly, it is the north side of Singapore. From the relatively slower MRT red line, to the quiet neighbourhoods of Sembawang/Woodlands/Marsiling, things in the North seem to be much quieter and more relaxed. One fine day, we...

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8 Books to Read Before Travelling to India

by Nicci @ Wendy Wu Tours Blog

Intimidating but overwhelmingly enchanting, India has long drawn travellers into its colourful melee of history, culture and general chaos. As a destination, there is a lot to get your head around – where to go, what’s it like, what to eat are just a few questions of many. The best way to answer them? Take […]

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Mr R Drinks 雨田先生手冲饮品吧 – Instagrammable Fox And Rose Milk Tea, At Zhongxiao East Road Taipei

by admin @ DanielFoodDiary.com

[Taipei] Instagram has certainly changed consumer habits and how coffee shops keep themselves abreast in a very challenging market. Mr R Drinks 雨田先生手冲饮品吧 at Zhongxiao East Road got into the social media limelight with its very photogenic drinks of Rose Milk and Marsh Milk Tea aka Mr Fox Milk Tea. Sometimes, you get other animals on the drink. Do not discount Mr R Drinks, or “Yu Tian Xian Sheng” as another one of those just riding on the Instagram trend. The barista-owner is serious about his coffee, importing coffee beans from various parts of the world, offering hand-drips and takeaway cups. Until he was overwhelmed with orders. When I visited, the shop had a limited menu of Marsh Milk Tea (NT$180, SGD$8.10), Rose Milk, Strawberry Milk and Baileys Milk (NT$150, SGD$6.80), Apple Cider (NT$150, SGD$6.80), Umeshu Soda (NT$140, SGD$6.30), Pikachu Soda (NT$65, SGD$2.90) and… Miso Soup (NT$90, SGD$4). As this is a one-man-show operation and lines can be long, every customer is limited to buying just one cup. During peak hours, you have to get a ticket first before queuing. The barista was seen frothing and making his drinks cup by cup, so wait can be rather long. Each cup took at least 5 to 10 minutes to make. I ordered the Marsh Milk Tea (NT$180, SGD$8.10) only because I was intrigued at the cute fox on the drink. Like how it got there? However, I was slightly disappointed when he handed me a hot frothy cup of milk tea on one hand, a fox on the other enclosed in a plastic packaging, and told me to put it on myself. I see. There wasn’t any 3D latte art involved. For the Rose Milk (NT$150, SGD$6.80) drink though, he helped to carefully place the rose ‘biscuit’ made of egg white...

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Ho Chi Minh City Street Food: An International Twist with Japanese Street Sushi

by fred wilson @ Food in Vietnam – Back of the Bike Tours

Saigon’s Street Food is always evolving and changing The Saigon Street Food Scene is known for moving in fads or trends. It doesn’t neccesarily even have to be traditional Vietnamese street food that you will find on the street these days.   In my two...

7 Great Streets for Street Food in Saigon

7 Great Streets for Street Food in Saigon


Vietnam Coracle

Saigon is arguably the best place to explore Vietnam's extraordinary street food scene. The city boasts so many street food outlets that it feels like a gigantic open-air restaurant. This is my guide to 7 of the best streets for street food in Saigon... Continue reading →

Eight of the Oddest Creatures you’ll Encounter in Asia!

by Nicci @ Wendy Wu Tours Blog

Thinking about the wildlife you’d love to see on your holidays to China, Japan, Borneo, Asia in general and it’s adorable animals like pandas and orangutans that spring to mind. But, amongst the mountains, rainforests, desert and all the other various landscapes Asia boasts, live a huge number of incredible, exotic beasts, many of which […]

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Fast Food: A Motorcycle Tour of Saigon's Street Eats - Man Vs Globe

Fast Food: A Motorcycle Tour of Saigon's Street Eats - Man Vs Globe


Man Vs Globe

Saigon is a city that lives with the constant hum of motorcycles. All day and night a cacophony of horns and revving engines reverberate through the streets as the city’s 7.4…

The Stuff in the Market

by stickyrice @ Stickyrice

The wet markets in South East Asia are shrines to food culture. Food is built up into displays, towers and installations to admire, catch the eye and tempt. It's colourful. Limes, chilies, dragon fruits, persimmons and hibiscus flowers project a...

The Authentic Taste Of Saigon

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

Just imagine going to a whole different country, meeting the young and dynamic local people that are willing to take you to explore the best traditional food that you will never find on the Internet. What can possibly be more fun? 😉 Riding scooters, Eating vendors 6.45am, Tran Thi Thu Hong (senior at Foreign Trade […]

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Things to do in Saigon – Travel guide...

by gadt_admin @ Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

Saigon or Ho Chi Minh City is known as the Pearl of the Far East, the cultural and economic center of Vietnam. Traveling to Saigon, you will admire high-rise buildings located close together, amusement parks, shopping centers … Cruises along the Saigon River by train, visit West Pham Ngu Lao […]

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Bun Thit Nuong

by Vinh @ http://streetfoodiessaigon.com

Bun Thit Nuong Simple yet so complex, bun thit nuong has to be one of our favourite street food dishes in Vietnamese cuisine. Translated to noodle meat grilled, it’s a dish that lends well to the climate of Vietnam as it’s more of a salad than a noodle dish. It’s all about the layers in […]

The Stories Behind the Lovely Vietnamese Coffee Shops in Da Lat

by Salt @ The Christina's Blog

If you are tired of the rushed rhythm of big cities, pay Da Lat a visit. You will feel as if you’re back home. People here have a clear sincerity in their eyes and speak honest words. These personalities spend time in the city’s coffee shops, becoming as much a part of the environment as […]

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Banh Bao: The Vietnamese Egg McMuffin

by Vinh @ http://streetfoodiessaigon.com

Banh Bao aka The Vietnamese Egg McMuffin One of the many types of snacks you will find on the street are little buns of goodness called banh bao. Translated as wrapped cake, these bundles of white fluffy dough are all the things that are reminiscent of a breakfast sandwich you can find all over the […]

A Beginner’s Guide To Group Tours

by Dani @ Wendy Wu Tours Blog

Whether it’s China, Vietnam, India or South America that you’re looking to explore, sharing your far-flung journey with a group can be a fantastic travel experience! Whether it’s your first-time long haul or you’re a seasoned globetrotter, arriving into a new destination can be an unnerving experience. With a group tour, you get the benefit […]

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Ho Chi Minh City Food Guide: Where and What to Eat

Ho Chi Minh City Food Guide: Where and What to Eat


A WANDERING CASIEDILLA

Your Ho Chi Minh City Food Guide. An intro to Vietnamese food and where to get the best in HCMC!

A Guide To Ho Chi Minh City Tour (Part 1): Temples and Pagodas

A Guide To Ho Chi Minh City Tour (Part 1): Temples and Pagodas

by Ngan Hoang @ xpath.co

Let’s go temple-hopping! Since Vietnamese culture, like most of its Asian neighbors, have strong ties with its religion, you will observe that their architecture is greatly influenced by…

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Wakanui Grill Dining – Steakhouse Using Meats From New Zealand And Cooking Techniques Of Japan, At Marina One

by admin @ DanielFoodDiary.com

On the 4th level of the rather futuristic looking (like off a Hollywood set) of Marina One lies two glass capsules. One of them contains Wakanui Grill Dining, an 86-seater restaurant which features steak and lamb from New Zealand. Wakanui, a New Zealand term meaning “to canoe over the land of plenty”’ is a grill restaurant concept that showcases the best available meats from the country. Its first outlet opened in Tokyo in 2011, and its success soon meant the opening of its second outlet there, focusing on lamb chops. Therefore, you could also find some Japanese influences in the menu over in Singapore’s outlet. The stars and the essence of the restaurant are therefore the New Zealand Ocean Beef and Wakanui Spring Lamb, which are grilled over Japan-sourced Binchotan charcoal in the centrally-placed, open kitchen. Starters included Neck Clam Soup ($12), Steamed Green Lip New Zealand Mussels ($22), Hot Smoked Salmon ($24), Seasonal Hassun ($32), Kikorangi Blue Cheese Caesar ($22) and Green Salad ($16) I was recommended by the service manager the Wakanui Spring Lamb Chop ($8) as the starter, and it turned out to be quite exceptional. The lamb had intense flavour and retained its natural juiciness, without the usual gaminess lamb would have. In fact, this would count as one of the most tender lamb chops I ever had. The Wakanui Spring Lamb are raised for approximately six months on the lush and highly nutritious spring pastures, with meat then aged for around four weeks until reaching its peak flavour. This process would ensure that the optimum flavour and texture of the lamb can be enjoyed year-round. In terms of the Ocean Beef, there were choices of 21 Days Dry-aged Bone-in-Ribeye ($199 for 1000g), Ribeye Cut ($79 for 350g, $109 for 500g), or Sirloin ($72 for 350g,...

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The very best things to see and do in Cambodia for families

by Nicci @ Wendy Wu Tours Blog

Cambodia is truly a magical country and quite unlike any other tour experience. For those that are used to a superficial visit to a pool wherever the sun is brightest, an excursion to Cambodia will prove to be a trip of a lifetime with no shortage of wonderful things to see and do. No matter […]

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Tạm Biệt, Saigon!

by Mike @ Saigon For 91 Days

Noise, pollution, rats, cockroaches, insane traffic, incessant honking, unhygienic street kitchens, non-stop construction, and drunken singers who belt out horrible karaoke late into the night... Saigon has all of this and more! So how is it possible, that Jürgen and I enjoyed our 91 days here so completely?

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Saigon Street Food Journal #5 | Saigon For 91 Days

Saigon Street Food Journal #5 | Saigon For 91 Days


Saigon For 91 Days

Here's our final compilation of our favorite Saigon street food. This is the kind of chow which makes us smack our lips, smack smack smack. The kind that makes us chew with our mouths wide open, so that we can smack as loud as possible! The kind which sticks in our tooth gaps, so that after our meal, we sit around with a toothpick for 30 minutes, picking and sucking our teeth... wait a second... have we gone native?

Coriander Restaurant Review: Thai Food in Shenzhen

by Pierre Blake @ PIERREBLAKE

Over the years, my feelings on food authenticity have changed. The more I travel and the more I learn about the world, the more I realize that practically every food has an international influence. Whether it’s learning that Japanese Tempura has Portuguese roots or common chili peppers used in Asian cuisines came from Mexico, it Continue Reading

Street Food Guide to Vietnam | Food & Travel | TheTaste.ie

Street Food Guide to Vietnam | Food & Travel | TheTaste.ie


TheTaste.ie

Street Food Guide to Vietnam | Food & Travel | TheTaste.ie

Search for best Pad Thai!

Search for best Pad Thai!

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

Second week in Thailand, in Chiang Mai. Searching for Pad Thai, at local street food places, restaurants and road restaurant.  

Where To Stay In Barcelona: Our Barcelona Accommodation Guide

by Mandy @ Almost Landing

Barcelona is such a vibrant and beautiful city. We loved our time there, from exploring the little historic streets, the amazing architecture and the delicious food. So where to stay in Barcelona to make the most of your trip? Here are…

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When you're not surfing in Canggu

When you're not surfing in Canggu

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

After surfing, or maybe before, or even when you don't surf at all, there comes a moment you need some food when you're in Canggu. I listed a couple of my favorite warungs, places for breakfast and lunch and spots for dinner. 

Stickyrice

Stickyrice


Stickyrice

One Aussie bloke trawling the tables, market stalls and food baskets of Hanoi...

Saigon Street Eat - Authentic Vietnamese Street Food in Sacramento

Saigon Street Eat - Authentic Vietnamese Street Food in Sacramento


Saigon Street Eat

Saigon Street Eat - authentic Vietnamese street foods of Saigon, like Pho, Banh Mi, Rice Paper Rolls & more. Wine & beer selection. Vegetarian-friendly.

Nguyen Van Chiem: The first official street food area in Ho Chi Minh city - Inspitrip Blog

Nguyen Van Chiem: The first official street food area in Ho Chi Minh city - Inspitrip Blog


Inspitrip Blog

Vietnam is famously known for its rich and fascinating cuisine, and it has become an endless exploration for many travelers. With over 3000 km of coastline, the food changes from North to South and there are plenty of dishes that represent each...

Bangkok’s panorama in 25 places to visit

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

Bangkok originated from a small commercial center, which is a trading port located in the west of the Chao Phraya River about 200 years ago. Today, as the city grows at the pace of the times, the cultural, religious and historical beauty is still intact, becoming a feature attracting global tourists. Not just gorgeous temples, […]

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The Best Eco-Friendly Coffee Tours in Da Lat

by Salt @ The Christina's Blog

Even if you are not fascinated by coffee, but if you are into an eco-friendly lifestyle, this article about Da Lat coffee farms will be of interest to you. Love coffee? Then don’t ever miss out on visiting Da Lat! I love the idea that our life is a journey. That journey might not mean […]

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The Best Desserts in Ho Chi Minh City

by fred wilson @ Food in Vietnam – Back of the Bike Tours

  It’s not always easy to explore Saigon under this unbeatable heat, and sometimes a quick ice cream stop can be the best way to refresh yourself and have enough energy for your adventures here. Fortunately, with a summer all year round, Ho Chi Minh...

The Vibrant Vietnam Night Life Activities You Should Not Miss

The Vibrant Vietnam Night Life Activities You Should Not Miss

by Bach Loan @ xpath.co

Most people who haven’t been to Vietnam usually have this notion that this part of the world is quiet, idyllic, and perhaps very old-fashioned. Some would even wonder…

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Vietnamese Food: 30 meals in 30 days - The Yoga Nomads

Vietnamese Food: 30 meals in 30 days - The Yoga Nomads


The Yoga Nomads

Vietnamese food... I documented one meal every day for 30 days straight while traveling through Vietnam. WARNING: don't read on an empty stomach ;)

Top 10 most common scams in Pattaya

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

Pattaya is known for being one of the most famous resort towns in Thailand. When talking about Pattaya, one cannot avoid talking about its charming endless beaches, its sleepless night streets, and the sexy ladies of the walking streets. However, these scams below can totally ruin your experience while in the pearl of Pattaya Bay. […]

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SUITCASE Magazine | City Guide: Cusco, Peru

by Selene @ fork on the road

Deep in a highland valley in the South American Andes is the city of Cusco, Peru’s most popular travel destination. Once the beating heart of the mighty Incan Empire, today Cusco is a launchpad for tourists to explore the historic villages and relics of the Sacred Valley, most notably the “lost” city of Machu Picchu. But while the area surrounding Cusco offers a dizzying array of cultural excursions, treks and outdoor activities, the city itself is a joy to discover. Designed by the Incas in the shape of a puma, at Cusco’s centre is the splendid Plaza de Armas, around which labyrinths of colourful cobbled streets beckon for exploration. This is a city where ancient Andean history interweaves with colonial culture to create some...

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Must-try Sapa Street Food for Memorable Vietnam Food Tours

by adminict @ Vietnam Culinary Travel Agency: Vietnam Food Tour Packages

Sapa Street Food is on the list of discovery things for adventurers traveling to the North of Vietnam. Sapa is so lovely and scenic that enchants photographers, nature lovers, adventurers,

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Vietnam Street Food Guide: Dishes You Have To Try

Vietnam Street Food Guide: Dishes You Have To Try


Mad Monkey Hostels

Vietnam Street Food Guide - the Vietnamese food you must try while you're backpacking in Vietnam! For hungry travelers, by Mad Monkey Hostels.

The best Malaysian food in Kuala Lumpur?

The best Malaysian food in Kuala Lumpur?

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

Follow us on the "Jalan Jalan Makan Experience" organized by BackHome Hostel in Kuala Lumpur. 

SAP Thai Food – Delicious Thai Basil Chicken Noodles!

by Sean Ng @ Miss Tam Chiak

I have a penchant for Thai food. Sawadee khrup! So, imagine my joy when I found this humble eatery which offers possibly one of the most authentic Thai dining experiences in Singapore. SAP Thai Food serves them up with a twist. A unique must-have from SAP is the Thai Basil Mama Noodles ($5), which is...

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Top 5 Children Activities in Saigon, Vietnam!

by fred wilson @ Back of the Bike Tours

We’re quite proud to say that we had our tours customers aged from 1 to 95 years old, and they all enjoyed it! Though parents are often quite scared to let their children on a motorbike in busy Saigon, we believe that is also a...

42 Hoang Dieu: A street food paradise

by Vinh @ http://streetfoodiessaigon.com

When we find great street food for our tour, we tend to find it in random spots, usually a bit of a drive away from each other. So it’s a rare occurrence when we stumble across a group of stalls that boggles the mind with the amount of choice and quality. We were even more […]

Street food 101 tour in Ho Chi Minh!

Street food 101 tour in Ho Chi Minh!

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

Follow us on the Saigon Street Eats tour in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam! Get a glimpse of local life as you sample a range of dishes in a little neighbourhood that’s been serving cheap and cheerful street food for nearly 30 years.

Vietnamese Spices and Herbs to Know While Cooking The Local Food

by adminict @ Vietnam Culinary Travel Agency: Vietnam Food Tour Packages

Vietnamese spices and herbs are important things when you want to cook the real Vietnamese food. Come to Vietnam, foreign tourists are not only impressed by a small country with

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The Floating Forest of Long An

by Tom@VietnamCoracle @ Vietnam Coracle

Only 100km west of Ho Chi Minh City, Tan Lap Floating Forest is an enchanted patch of wetland where cajeput trees rise from the black, swampy waters, creating beguiling corridors through which canoes glide and raised walkways wind.... Continue reading

Iconic Montreal Restaurants That You Cannot Miss

by Daryl & Mindi Hirsch @ 2foodtrippers

Check out the iconic Montreal restaurants that are too good to miss during your next visit to Canada’s most epicurean city. We admit it. We adore Montreal. We’ve visited the French Canadian city five times in the past ten years including a recent month-long stay. And guess what? We can’t wait for our next visit so that we can enjoy more of the city’s culture, outdoor life and food. Especially the food. Montreal is a city that has it all when it comes to food – with bustling local markets filled with ...

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Yin Ji – Have We Finally Found The Best Chee Cheong Fun?

by Sean Ng @ Miss Tam Chiak

When I think of chee cheong fun, I think of typical white rice rolls being drawn out of commercial metal steamers. Commercially produced or handmade, these slippery Cantonese rice rolls have received the plaudits of both street food eaters and food critics. One of the owners, Stephanie, shared with us the beginnings of the eatery....

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How to Get to Hoi An Vietnam – Ways to Beautiful Ancient Town

by adminict @ Vietnam Culinary Travel Agency: Vietnam Food Tour Packages

How to get to Hoi An Vietnam provides open ways to Ancient Town inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. This is amongst the oldest and most idyllic towns

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Botakliquor – This Secret Bar In KL Offers Bespoke Botanical Cocktails

by ladyironchef @ ladyironchef

Sitting within Chocha Foodstore is Botakliquor. The 6-month old bar sits on the mezzanine of the popular bistro and it is every botanical lover’s dream come true. Botakliquor is easily one of the most photogenic and talked-about bars in Kuala … Continue reading

Jin Feng Braised Pork Rice 金峰魯肉飯 – Popular Lu Rou Fan Eatery In Taipei

by admin @ DanielFoodDiary.com

[Taipei] Jin Feng Braised Pork Rice is a well-known eatery (at least among the locals) in Taipei that serves one of the most popular Taiwanese dishes, “Lu Rou Fan” otherwise known as Braised Pork Rice). There are several other places in the Roosevelt Road (Luosifu Lu) neighbourhood that serve braised pork rice, but this hole-in-the-wall dining spot has a reputation for being the best in town. The good news is that this place is budget-friendly with reasonably priced dishes that come in big portions. Keep in mind that there is usually a line in front of Jin Feng Braised Pork Rice, especially during lunch hours. Do not expect too much from the interior, as this place is more like casual local eatery than an actual restaurant. The tables are close to one another, and there is a chance that you will have to share a table with other guests. If you are in a hurry, you can always take your food to go. The Braised Pork Rice, priced at NT$30, NT$40, NT$50 (SGD$1.30, SGD$1.80, SGD$2.50) for their small, medium and large bowls, is definitely the signature dish here at Jin Feng in Taipei. The dish is served with a large amount of rice and topped off with a slice of bitter melon and braised pork. One thing to note is that while Singaporeans are used to bowls with loads of meat with less rice. The reverse seems to apply to many Lu Rou Fan stalls in Taiwan where there is very little meat in contrast to rice. I also noticed that other restaurants that offer this dish tend to serve it with more fat than meat, which is not the case here. The draw to me was the savoury sauce on the fluffy rice, when paired with hot soup was...

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Chen Ji Intestine & Oyster Taiwanese Vermicelli Shop 陳記專業蚵仔麵線 – Possibly The Best Mee Sua In Taipei

by admin @ DanielFoodDiary.com

[Taipei] Ah Zong Mian Xian, otherwise known as Ay Chung Rice Noodles 阿宗麵線 used to be my favourite Mee Sua from Taipei. When I say “used to”, it could be as far a decade back when it was crowded, but not flooded with tourists like now. Unfortunately, the standard and consistency was not like in the past as the store gets more commercialised. I was recommended to Chen Ji Mee Sua 陳記專業蚵仔麵線, or Chen Ji Intestine & Oyster Taiwanese Vermicelli Shop. Many call it the “Best Mee Sua in Taipei”, with “original local taste without over promoting”. Mee Sua is a Taiwanese dish that is basically a vermicelli soup included with large pork intestine or oysters. The noodles served with the soup should never fall apart or stick together. At least, this is what the general rule is. Chen Ji Mee Sua looked like an average Taiwanese food stand. No fanciful interior, just a counter where you can order food, and a couple of tables outside the shop. A large bowl大碗is priced at NT$65 (SGD$2.90), smaller bowl大碗at NT$50 (SGD$2.25), with clear vermicelli soup清麵線at NT$35 (SGD$1.60). If you like your pig’s intestines, then you would love the Mee Sua here. I found the pieces extremely soft, tender, and flavourful, and as a friend @eileen_eats_alot described, ”clean unlike some that have strong porky flavour”. I bought both large and small bowls to compare, and found the large bowl to be a lot more generous in ingredients. For the amount of oysters given, this bowl is reasonably priced. The consistency was smooth and thick without being sticky. Tip: Have it plain before adding some chilli and vinegar for more layered taste. I tried about 8 different bowls of Mee Sua in Taipei, this ranks as my top so far. In order to reach...

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Vietnamese Food Guide: A Stroll Through Ho Chi Minh’s Streets

Vietnamese Food Guide: A Stroll Through Ho Chi Minh’s Streets


Expedia Malaysia Travel Blog

In Ho Chi Minh City you'll find as many hole-in-the-wall food joints as high-class restaurants. This diversity of flavours give the city so much essence and intrigue. Known for its street food, here are just a few delicious choices to look out for in HCMC.

Top 10 Reasons Not to Miss Phu Quoc – The Resort Paradise

by Eleanor Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

Phu Quoc is the largest island in Vietnam, located in the Gulf of Thailand. This island is known as the precious stone of Vietnam tourism because of the endless blue ocean, vast national park and gorgeous sunsets. If you are traveling in the south of Vietnam and have no clue about where to go apart […]

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Da Nang Food: The Finger-Lickin’ Guide to Eating Bánh Xèo (Vietnamese Sizzling Crepes)

by A Wandering Casiedilla @ A WANDERING CASIEDILLA

You’re waiting in your tiny plastic chair, trying not to drool (…or break the chair) as you hear your Vietnamese savory crepe sizzle

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Hello world!

by Susan Lee @ Saigon Street Eat

Welcome to Kriesi.at Theme Demos Sites. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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Visit Venice of Bangkok- Amphawa Floating Market

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

If you happen to be in Bangkok on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday, then visiting Bangkok weekend market must be in your “To Do” list. Tourists can easily find plenty of open markets in the weekend right in Bangkok center. Floating markets, on the other hand, require a day trip to the rural area of the […]

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Discovering the historical sites of Vietnam

by Nicci @ Wendy Wu Tours Blog

Vietnam is home to many incredible wonders, both natural and manmade. Full of exciting activities to participate in and a plethora of things to do stemming from the modern age. However, no trip to Vietnam would be complete without visiting the country’s myriad fascinating historical landmarks. From temples to palaces, from tombs to citadels, there […]

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Everything you need to know about Chinese New Year

by Nicci @ Wendy Wu Tours Blog

Chinese New Year is by no means restricted to China. It is one of the world’s biggest celebrations, and 4% of the global population will be on the move to reunite with family and friends for the occasion. This year is the year of the dog, an animal that in Chinese culture is believed to […]

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10 Best Ho Chi Minh City Dishes - Top Must-Try Foods in Saigon

10 Best Ho Chi Minh City Dishes - Top Must-Try Foods in Saigon


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The best Ho Chi Minh City dishes are well regarded as nutritious, savoury, and hearty delights that can be enjoyed at any time of the day. Some of the defining traits in Vietnamese cuisine include rice, noodles, seafood, pork and beef, as well as various fresh herbs

Hanoi airport transfer to hotel and services at...

by gadt_admin @ Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

Noi Bai International Airport is one of the three largest international airports in Vietnam besides Tan Son Nhat International Airport and Da Nang International Airport with 2 terminals: T1 terminal is for domestic flights and T2 terminal for international ones. To get more knowledge about Hanoi airport transfer to hotel […]

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11 famous alleys for food lovers in Sai Gon

by Ha Nguyen @ Innoviet Travel

Saigon Alleys are food heaven for those who want to discover the authentic cuisine of Sai Gon. Just a short visit to one of these alleys, you will see why locals love to eat in those small alleys. 1. 52 Cao Thắng Alleyway, District 3 51 Cao Thắng Food alleyway has been a popular spot

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Best Children’s Books About The Mid-Autumn Festival-Le Duy Hotel, prime location in Ho Chi Minh

by Le Duy Hotel @ Le Duy Hotel

Best Children’s Books About The Mid-Autumn Festival The Mid-Autumn Festival really lends itself well to children’s books. There’s wonderfully evocative folklore, fun traditions involving delicious food and bright lanterns and an overall emphasis on spending time with family. A storyteller’s dream! Reading Chinese poetry and telling stories together as a family is a common custom on the...

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Neven Maguire’s Right Hand Woman – Carmel McGirr, MacNean’s New Head Chef

by Darina Coffey @ TheTaste.ie

Carmel McGirr has taken over as Head Chef at Neven Maguire’s MacNean House in Blacklion as previous captain of over 15 years, Glen Wheeler, moved on to open his own restaurant, 28 Darling Street,...

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Mellow Pan。メロ Singapore – 1st Japanese Melonpan Specialty Shop With Ice Cream At Our Tampines Hub

by admin @ DanielFoodDiary.com

The melonpan with ice cream, a Japanese sweet bun, reminded me of our popular local street food: Ice Cream Sandwich. The $1 Ice Cream Sandwich sold along the streets in pushcarts had always been one of Singapore’s Must-Eat items, so popular that it made into one of BuzzFeed’s listicles in 2016, which (unfortunately) went viral for the wrong reason. The Japanese melonpan (also known as melon bun) was named due to its outward appearance which resembled that of a rock melon, but in fact doesn’t taste like one traditionally. Located at the basement level of Our Tampines Hub is Singapore’s first melonpan specialty shop, offering Plain MelonPan in 2 different sizes: Small (1 for $2.60, 5 for $10) and Large (1 for $3.40, 3 for $9), MelonPan Gelato with 3 options: Small melon pan with 1 choice of flavour ($4.80), Small melon pan with 2 flavours ($6.80) and Large melon pan with 2 flavours ($7.80). Order and payment is first made at the casher before proceeding to the right for selection of gelato flavours from their wide selection on display. Interesting flavours include Avocado, Chendol, Honeycomb, Yuzu and D24 Durian, which are local and relatable. Toppings such as Sunflower seeds, Rainbow sprinkle and Peanuts are available at an additional $0.60 whereas durian toppings are priced at $2.50. I chose the Avocado and Black Sesame Gelato to go with my Large MelonPan Gelato ($7.80) that came with 2 rusks (twice-baked bread). The rusk actually acted as a “spoon” to scoop the gelato instead of licking or biting directly into it. I made the mistake of eating my “spoon” (accidentally) and ended up in a mess while licking the gelato though. The generous amount of gelato (which tasted more like ice cream with a harder texture and more solid shape) was actually...

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The best breakfasts in Ho Chi Minh City

by fred wilson @ Food in Vietnam – Back of the Bike Tours

If you’re like us and got the Vietnamese habit of waking up with the sun and a cup of cà phê sữa đá, you probably have already your favorite Phở or Bánh Mì joint that will help you start the day in ease. For most...

15 Culinary Hacks Every Millennial Should Know To Survive Adulthood

by Alvin T @ ladyironchef

Asian millennials like us are constantly reminded of how incredibly fortunate we are. Growing up, we rely on our parents and domestic helpers who were able to prepare food for us whenever we wanted and somewhere along the line we … Continue reading

Reasons To Fall In Love With Saigon (Part One)

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

Saigon or Ho Chi Minh City is the biggest city of Vietnam. Saigon is lively and full of the friendliest of people. Saigon is rapidly growing. Saigon is vintage with all the old buidings and constructions from the last century. Saigon is beautiful with all of its colors of life. If you ever come to […]

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Vietnamese Food: 25 Must-Eat Dishes in Saigon (and Where To Try Them)-Le Duy Hotel, prime location in Ho Chi Minh

by Le Duy Hotel @ Le Duy Hotel

Vietnamese Food: 25 Must-Eat Dishes in Saigon (and Where To Try Them) This is more a list of dishes I really enjoyed eating and trying during my trip to Saigon, and I think it’s a start, or a beginning, to exploring delicious things to eat in the city.  Are you ready to start eating? 1....

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How to Enjoy London on A Budget

by Valerie Tan @ Expedia Malaysia Travel Blog

Full of culture, fine food and spectacular historical sights, London is one of the most desired destinations in the world and many a bucket list. With a wealth of budget accommodation, attractions and cheap eats, a visit to London need ...

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Food tour of Vietnam | Audley Travel

Food tour of Vietnam | Audley Travel


Audley Travel

Southeast Asia is home to some of the most unique and delicious food in the world. We've highlighted our favorite spots for must-try dishes in Vietnam.

The Best Boutique Hotels in Ho Chi Minh City

by fred wilson @ Back of the Bike Tours

While it is quite easy for anyone to look up on TripAdvisor or Agoda for the best hotels in Saigon (and get some great deals), we have decided this time to search some accommodations here that stands out (to us) for their decor and style....

Núi Dinh Mountain & Springs

by Tom@VietnamCoracle @ Vietnam Coracle

Some 90 minutes from Saigon, Núi Dinh Mountain is an unexpected swell of high ground rising above flat floodplains. The mountain offers a peaceful retreat into trees & streams on its rocky slopes, upon which perch dozens of temples & pagodas.... Continue reading

Street Food Friday: Da Nang’s Famous Mi Quang Noodles….for Breakfast?

by A Wandering Casiedilla @ A WANDERING CASIEDILLA

Central Vietnam loves their Mi Quang. They eat it for lunch. They eat it for dinner. And yes…they even eat it for breakfast.   Wait a

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9 street food in Bangkok that tie your heart to the land!

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

  Southeast Asian countries are street food heaven. They have food like sticky rice (xôi) in Vietnam, green tea salad in Myanmar, deep-fried banana in Philippines, etc. However, don’t sleep on Thailand, especially Bangkok! Its richness and variety of street food is almost unparalleled, and absolutely worth the trip! Here’s our list of best street […]

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Saigon Street Food: Mon Chay - Saigon Street Food

Saigon Street Food: Mon Chay - Saigon Street Food


The Christina's Blog

If you are heading to Saigon as a vegetarian, worry no more. Here is our recommendation for the best place you can find delicious vegetarian food in Saigon.

Hat Yai Best Food Guide – 15 Eateries You Must Not Miss!

by Maureen @ Miss Tam Chiak

Hat Yai, a city in Thailand’s far south, is known for its Buddha statues, markets, parks and observatories. The city is also home to a slew of shopping, entertainment and dining options. I was planning for a weekend getaway with my friends and we wanted to look for a destination in Thailand that is less...

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The Best Desserts in Ho Chi Minh City

by fred wilson @ Back of the Bike Tours

  It’s not always easy to explore Saigon under this unbeatable heat, and sometimes a quick ice cream stop can be the best way to refresh yourself and have enough energy for your adventures here. Fortunately, with a summer all year round, Ho Chi Minh...

Vegan Street Food in Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh City - Vegan Travel

Vegan Street Food in Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh City - Vegan Travel


Vegan Travel

Kristin takes us on a tour of vegan street food found throughout HCMC (Saigon) with her local guide Sara leading the way! - VeganTravel.com

Dam Sen Cultural Park-Le Duy Hotel, prime location in Ho Chi Minh

by Le Duy Hotel @ Le Duy Hotel

  Dam Sen Cultural Park (Công viên Văn hóa Đầm Sen) is an amusement park located in District 11,Ho Chi Minh Cirty. The park has an area of 50 hectares, of which 20% comprises lakes and 60% trees and gardens. The park comprises 30 areas: an electric games zone,  folk tales theater, antique castle, square, small...

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Ideal Da Nang Vietnam Travel Guide – Know What to Do and See

by adminict @ Vietnam Culinary Travel Agency: Vietnam Food Tour Packages

You might be in search of Vietnam’s cleanest and most worth-living city, then the Da Nang Vietnam Travel Guide below to discover the attractive destination better than ever. The tips

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My top 5 vietnamese food items!

My top 5 vietnamese food items!

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

I made a roundup of my favorite top 5 food items in Vietnam.

Best Hoi An Eco Cooking Class- Fun With Vietnamese Food!

by Chef @ World Travel Chef

Walk around Hoi An Old Town and her maze of backstreets and you’ll see a dedicated Hoi An cooking class on offer at every turn, sometimes from purpose built cookery schools other times at local restaurants. Hoi An is often recognised as a culinary centre of Vietnam and the local businesses capitalise on their cuisine […]

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A Guide To Kuala Lumpur Malaysia: Eat, See, Do, Stay + Essentials

by Mandy @ Almost Landing

Kuala Lumpur has a beautiful mix of modern and traditional. Here you will find street food and temples alongside luxury hotels and massive shopping malls. Being so multi-cultural, in Kuala Lumpur, you will experience the different cultures of Malay, Chinese and…

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5 lovely Danang homestay you should stay

by gadt_admin @ Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

Homestay is now a very popular business in Danang, one of the most desirable cities in Vietnam. These are houses of local people, ready to open the door to welcome tourists. Homestay has the warmth and friendliness of being in the house itself, showing the characteristics of indigenous people. Therefore, […]

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Seoul Dining 3: Kalguksu Noodles

by stickyrice @ Stickyrice

On our travels, we can meekly sit down at an uncrowded table and eat mediocre food. In fact, to us it might register as good food. How would we know? One principle that we espouse on our street food tours...

5 Must Eat Vietnamese Street Food Snacks You Don’t Want To Miss On Your Trip To Saigon

by fred wilson @ Food in Vietnam – Back of the Bike Tours

  Vietnamese Jicama Roll, Bò Bía The little brother of the infamous Vietnamese Spring Roll a.k.a Goi Cuon, Bo Bia is one of the easiest snacks to find when walking down the street of Ho Chi Minh City. This spring roll packs a unique punch...

Seoul Dining 3: Kalguksu Noodles

by stickyrice @ Stickyrice

On our travels, we can meekly sit down at an uncrowded table and eat mediocre food. In fact, to us it might register as good food. How would we know? One principle that we espouse on our street food tours...

Kazo – Taiwanese Kazu Kazu, Lava Polo Buns And ‘Sexy’ Matcha Latte Bottles, At Chinatown Point

by admin @ DanielFoodDiary.com

Taiwanese Bakery Kazo has opened at Chinatown Point (nearer Hong Lim Food Centre side), offering a selection of Polo Buns, Cream Puffs, and Kazu Kazu which are long choux pastries. The brand is supposedly popular in Taiwan, with a different name of Nichifu 日芙洋菓子 with stores in Taichung. (My Taiwanese friends have never heard of it though.) Having just returned from Taiwan, I was inevitably curious towards Kazo and its products. Offerings included Premium Ice Cream Polo ($5.50 for 2 scoops, $3.80 for 1), Hokkaido Cream Golden Lava ($3.00), Crispy Cream Puff ($1.80), Kazu Kazu ($3.50), Cheese Tart ($3.00 for original, $3.20 for chocolate or matcha) and Kazoman Beverages ($3.00 – $3.50). This is like many things trending / instagrammable all in one store. The Premium Ice Cream Polo ($5.50) could remind some of Hokkaido Ice Cream Puff, in which you could choose from Hokkaido Cream, Matcha, and Chocolate. The former boosted a more crusty puff pastry and creamier quality ice cream, but lacked of that buttery fragrance. While I wished I could eat the Polo with my hands (like how the photos featured). In reality, the ice cream would start dripping within seconds and scooping from the provided plastic box would be cleaner. I was curious how the Kazu Kazu would match up with the famous Japan’s Zaku Zaku – which by the way has opened in Taipei and ‘inspired’ many other versions. This Kazu Kazu had a firmer crusty outer layer which I did not mind, though its filling of Hokkaido cream was mild and pale in comparison. My sense is the Hokkaido Cream Golden Lava ($3.00) could land up being its most popular item, as local consumers are still fascinated by the idea of flowing lava. Mine was indeed very molten. Though I suspect some might come...

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Where To Eat Vegan Food In New York City

by Selene @ fork on the road

In recent years, even the most ardent meat-lovers would find it hard to ignore the rise of veganism. The most recent research estimates that six percent of Americans now follow a vegan diet — a staggering increase of 600% in just three years. While the idea that vegans just eat salad prevails among some, the notion that you can eat healthily and deliciously without animal products is catching on. The Big Apple is a great place to discover how versatile a vegan diet can be. So where should you eat vegan food in New York City? Just about anywhere! From the lingering long lines outside the excellent vegan restaurant By Chloe to the prevalence of vegan options on traditional menus, it’s clear that NYC...

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Get a Street Food Education in Saigon

Get a Street Food Education in Saigon


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"We recommend that you don’t drink too much water as it will fill you up too fast." - this was the first thing we were told before starting the Back of the Bike Street Food tour in Saigon. Good advice for a night of eating! This night market tour was designed to get you introduced to the some...

Woo Ji Cooked Food – $2 Laksa and Prawn Noodles! Cheap & Good!

by Victoria Cheung @ Miss Tam Chiak

It is summer all year round in Singapore. But if you wake up early, you will realise that mornings tend to be chillier than in the day. The streets are quiet, and a stroll through the uncharacteristically tranquil Chinatown at 7am does wonders for the mind and soul. I tracked down a stall at Chinatown...

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Where To Eat In Madrid Spain: Madrid Restaurants, Tapas, Cafes, Desserts & Markets

by Mandy @ Almost Landing

If you’re visiting Madrid for the food, you won’t be disappointed. We fell in love with the food in Madrid during our delicious month there. From evenings in small cosy tapas bars to mornings in cafes and exploring markets, Madrid…

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Top 5 Com Trua dishes in Ho Chi Minh City

by Vinh @ http://streetfoodiessaigon.com

Top 5 Com Trua dishes in Ho Chi Minh City One of our favourite spots to eat in Vietnam are com trua restaurants. Literally translated as “rice day”, these are canteen-like spots that serve homestyle dishes, perfect for the fast paced Saigonite.. Most canteens serve at least 10 different dishes during peak hours which usually […]

Ho Chi Minh City Street Food (Part 1)

Ho Chi Minh City Street Food (Part 1)

by Phuong Tuyen @ xpath.co

When in Saigon, one of the best things that you can do is satisfying your taste buds. Ho Chi Minh City street food offers you an exciting and…

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How To Make Traditional Lotus Seed Mooncakes?-Le Duy Hotel, prime location in Ho Chi Minh City

by Le Duy Hotel @ Le Duy Hotel

How To Make Traditional Lotus Seed Mooncakes  Until recently, mooncakes were on a shortlist of foods that I thought were impossible to make on my own. Purchased from a Chinatown bakery, they seemed too delicate and complicated to contemplate baking them at home. Well, now that I’ve taken the leap and made mooncakes myself, I...

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Interview Nurjona

by admin @ GlobeTrottr –

#GlobeTrottrProfile “Saigon has an energy with the positive things and a lots opportunities are waiting for you in every corner. Therefore, you need to go and explore it because it’s hiding somewhere in the city” What’s your name and where are you from? My name is Nurjona and I’m from Albania. Why did you come […]

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Top 30 Meal Planning Blogs and Websites To Follow in 2018

by Anuj Agarwal @ Feedspot Blog 2018

Top 30 Meal Planning blogs Meal Planning Blogs List. The Best Meal Planning Blogs from thousands of Meal Planning blogs in our index using search and social metrics. We’ve carefully selected these websites because they are actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent updates and high-quality information. These blogs are ranked […]

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O’Coffee Club Xpress – Work-Friendly Cafe With Wholesome Food & Free WIFI

by ladyironchef @ ladyironchef

For students, working professionals, freelancers and digital nomads, conducive work-friendly cafes in Singapore are never enough and at some of these places, you still have to deal with unstable WIFI, boring freezer food and coffee that is mediocre at best. … Continue reading

Best destinations for seafood in Saigon Ho Chi Minh city VietNam

by Định Nguyễn @ KIM TRAVEL

Best destinations for seafood in Saigon Ho Chi Minh city VietNam you should know. Vietnam is a perfect place to enjoy seafood. It’s light, quick and easy to prepare and packed with nutrients. In addition to being delicious, seafood is a great source of high-quality protein, is typically low in fat, low in saturated fat […]

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Banh Mi – The Best Saigon Street Food You Must Try

Banh Mi – The Best Saigon Street Food You Must Try


Vietnam Culinary Travel Agency: Vietnam Food Tour Packages

Banh Mi is one of the most delicious sandwiches in the world which can even urge people to travel to Saigon. Let's taste the best Saigon street food Banh Mi

On the Street: Vietnamese Street Food

On the Street: Vietnamese Street Food


Roaming Hunger

Our traveling guest contributor takes on Vietnam in her next street food adventure and shares her delicious finds from food stalls, bicycles & pushcarts alike.

The AO Show at the Saigon Opera House

by Mike @ Saigon For 91 Days

Built in 1897 by French architect Eugène Ferret, the Saigon Opera House is one of the most spectacular pieces of colonial architecture in the city. It’s worth visiting even if you’re not going to catch a performance, but we can recommend the AO Show, put on by the Luna Production Company.

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Ginger’s BBQ Seafood Buffet With Lobsters At S$51++ Per Pax – A Stellar Must-Try Buffet

by ladyironchef @ ladyironchef

Back at it again with their stellar lobster and crab offerings is Ginger at PARKROYAL on Beach Road. Helmed by our friend and the maestro behind their innovative seafood-centric spread is Resident Executive Chef Low Hoe Kiat. This season, ‘A … Continue reading

LittleMousyCanCook

by noreply@blogger.com (Nhung Duong) @ Vietnamese traditional food blog

As a truly food lover, I have an intense passion for cooking. My aspiration is to bring cooking lovers together to share experience, recipe and valuable techniques. Food is not about a physical thing but it relates to the spiritual world where we seek for absolute satisfaction and enjoyment. For me, to cook a delicious dish is to conquer a summit of achievement and perfection.


Little Mousy Can Cook is where I introduce you my favorite dishes from all over the world, especially Vietnamese cuisine, together with some techniques that I have learned and collected from experience and other sources. This page may also act as a guide book for any foreigners who wish to visit interesting places and enjoy Vietnamese specialties. Hope you like and support me by giving comments for my every post. Thanks in advance!

28 awesome things to do in Bangkok

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

Did you know: “Thailand”, in Thai language, means “the land of freedom”. Thai people are well-known for being friendly, open-hearted, and hospitable. Bangkok is the symbol of Thailand, a city of friendliness and fun! Golden hour. Keep inspiring with your stunning contents. (Cr. | @aka_swp ) ———————————————— For a chance to be featured keep tagging […]

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Everything you need to know about Brazil’s Carnaval

by Nicci @ Wendy Wu Tours Blog

On Friday (9th Feb), the 2018 Carnaval kicked off in its usual exuberant style! Brazil’s annual carnival is the world’s biggest celebration, with millions of people out on the street dancing, singing, drinking and eating for the five days before the start of Lent. Centred around the irresistible beats of samba music, carnival differs from […]

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Where to buy Vietnamese national costume Ao Dai in Saigon Ho Chi Minh VietNam

by Định Nguyễn @ KIM TRAVEL

Where to buy Vietnamese national costume Ao Dai( in Saigon Ho Chi Minh VietNam ???  Visiting Vietnam is a splendid chance for you to not only get lively experience about history, culture, customs and people but you also keep it in your mind even when you come back to your home because you can find […]

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Taiwanese Food Guide: 57 Things to Eat in Taiwan and Where to Try Them

by JB Macatulad @ Will Fly for Food: Travel + Food Guides

We spent a full two weeks eating our way through Taiwan and it's many night markets. We visited Taichung, Tainan, Kaohsiung, Hualien, Tamsui, Jiufen, and Taipei. We tried as many dishes as we could and in the process reconfirmed what we had gotten a taste of almost four years ago – Taiwan is a magnetic country with a rich, vibrant, and storied food culture.

Getting Around Phu Yen

by Eleanor Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

Phu Yen is another hidden charm of Vietnam that not many people have a chance to discover. To describe Phu Yen in an adjective, there is nothing more accurate than astonishing! Mother Nature was a little biased in giving Phu Yen Da Dia Reef, a natural masterpiece that rivals the only four or five places […]

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How to Eat Street Food in Vietnam Like a Local

by A Wandering Casiedilla @ A WANDERING CASIEDILLA

I’m sitting in a tiny plastic chair on the side of the street, accompanied with a big bowl of noodles swimming in some

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The Best of Saigon Street Food: What To Eat And Where to Find It

The Best of Saigon Street Food: What To Eat And Where to Find It


Legal Nomads

Eat your way through Ho Chi Minh City / Saigon's streets with this guide to the best dishes and where to find them. Bonus section on visas, taxis, and more!

Banh Cuon

by Vinh @ http://streetfoodiessaigon.com

Banh Cuon When one thinks of Vietnamese breakfast, the many different noodle soups that litter the street food landscape come to mind. Most of the time, that is true for me as I can hardly turn down a great bowl of pho. But when I do, it’s probably for banh cuon. What is banh cuon? […]

The Best Place for Shopping in Saigon

by fred wilson @ Back of the Bike Tours

Everyone likes to go on a shopping spree sometimes, and Saigon is definitely one of the best place for this. Through a quick Google search will help you find countless of high end shopping malls (Vincom A and B, and the most recent Takashimaya), we...

Insider’s Guide to Ho Chi Minh City

by Phuoc Le @ Innoviet Travel

Ho Chi Minh City, commonly known as Saigon, is the mixed reflection of dynamic modern lifestyle and impressing historical architecture. In some ways, Saigon is lovely in the eyes of some people, but dangerous for the others. The difference, I think, lies in how much you understand about this city. It may be unfair for

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Ho Chi Minh City Street Food (Part 1)

Ho Chi Minh City Street Food (Part 1)


xpath.co

A complete guide to mouth-watering dishes, right on the streets!

The best breakfasts in Ho Chi Minh City

by fred wilson @ Back of the Bike Tours

If you’re like us and got the Vietnamese habit of waking up with the sun and a cup of cà phê sữa đá, you probably have already your favorite Phở or Bánh Mì joint that will help you start the day in ease. For most...

Hello world!

by admin @ Saigon Street Eat

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing!

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HAPPY VIETNAMESE WOMEN’S DAY: FLOWERS AND GIFTS

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

Women of Vietnam have two holidays to celebrate – Mother’s Day, coinciding with International Women’s Day and Vietnamese Women’s Day. The latter, that falls on October 20 every year, has a significant importance for the Vietnamese women. On October 20, 1930 the women of Vietnam united against imperialism and created a special organization, that later […]

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Traditional Food for Vietnamese Lunar New Year – Delicacies for Tet Celebrations

by adminict @ Vietnam Culinary Travel Agency: Vietnam Food Tour Packages

In the event of Tet holiday, what traditional food for Vietnamese lunar new year? To celebrate the most important holiday in the country, generations of the Vietnamese have been following

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The Hidden Food Gems in Malacca

by Theodore Salim @ Expedia Malaysia Travel Blog

Aside from having a pleasant vibe, gorgeous colonial structures and multicultural landmarks, Melaka also offers travellers with choices of mouth-watering food. Heavily influenced by the Peranakan style that is a mix of Chinese and Malay,Malacca dishes can genuinely satisfy anyone’s taste ...

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Street food 101 tour in Ho Chi Minh!

Street food 101 tour in Ho Chi Minh!


FoodNomad

Follow us on the Saigon Street Eats tour in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam! Get a glimpse of local life as you sample a range of dishes in a little neighbourhood that’s been serving cheap and cheerful street food for nearly 30 years.

Where I’m At: April, 2018 – Kuala Lumpur edition

by James Clark @ Nomadic Notes

[Where I’m At; a monthly update of what I’ve been up to, site news, and where I’m going next.] Greetings from Kuala Lumpur! When I’m in KL it usually means I’m on the way to somewhere else. In this case, back to Australia. Here’s where I’ve been for the last month. Where I’ve Been Saigon […]

Where I’m At: March, 2018 – Saigon edition

by James Clark @ Nomadic Notes

[Where I’m At; a monthly update of what I’ve been up to, site news, and where I’m going next.] Greetings from Saigon! I spent the whole month of February on the the road, with the first and last day of the month bookended by flights at Tan Son Nhat International Airport. I have kept a […]

 Ho Chi Minh City Museum-Le Duy Hotel, prime location in Ho Chi Minh

by Le Duy Hotel @ Le Duy Hotel

The Ho Chi Minh City Museum in Saigon is always worthy of attention for many visitors. Of course, it was built to help visitors get a better understanding of the nation’s history of war from a local point of view as well as take a close glance at a real American fighter jet. In addition, the museum also...

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Top 10 restaurants in Phnom Penh (P2)

by gadt_admin @ Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

10 best restaurants in Phnom Penh (Boeung Keng Kang Market) (Part 2) Last time, we already visited Boeung Keng Kang Market, the popular market for young people to look for fashion clothing at a reasonable price, and explored 5 of their best restaurants in Phnom Penh. Let’s continue looking further […]

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What Best Things to Do in Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam – The Best of Saigon

by adminict @ Vietnam Culinary Travel Agency: Vietnam Food Tour Packages

The collection of the best things to do in Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam promises to call you to this ideal city. Formerly called Saigon and famed as “The Pearl

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Top 25 Refugee Blogs and Websites To Follow in 2018

by Anuj Agarwal @ Feedspot Blog 2018

Top 25 Refugee blogs Refugee Blogs List. The Best Refugee Blogs from thousands of Refugee blogs in our index using search and social metrics. We’ve carefully selected these websites because they are actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent updates and high-quality information. These blogs are ranked based on following criteria […]

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Uncovering Tun Sakaran Marine Park’s Hidden Gems

by Jonai Republica @ Expedia Malaysia Travel Blog

With unspoiled nature, vibrant marine life and picturesque seascapes, the heavenly islands of Sipadan and Tun Sukaran Marine Park (aka as Semporna Islands Park) can be hard to resist. Not just for divers, but for anybody who needs to answer ...

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19 Food Truck Friendly Wedding Venues in Los Angeles

by Madison @ Roaming Hunger

We compiled a list of some of the best and most beautiful venues in the Los Angeles area that are perfect for a food truck wedding.

15 things you need to know about Cu Chi Tunnels

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

Cu Chi Tunnels are among the top 7 most exotic destinations in Southeast Asia and are listed as one of the world’s coolest places by The New York Time. Cu Chi is located on the outskirts of Ho Chi Minh City, about 70km from the city. This tunnel is about 200 km long, built for […]

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Com Suon Nuong

by Vinh @ http://streetfoodiessaigon.com

Com Suon Nuong Here at Street Foodies Saigon, we are unabashed lovers of all things pork. And in the great city of Ho Chi Minh City, you can’t walk more than a block before running into a vendor that sells some form of pork deliciousness. Most likely than not, if you see some smoke as […]

Bunny Tea – Thirst-Quenching Tea in Unique Flavours!

by Justyn @ Miss Tam Chiak

We know that the bubble tea craze in Singapore will never really come to an end. What was first assumed as a passing phase, is now a permanent fixture in our food and beverage scene! If you’re looking for new-fangled flavours as opposed to the usual milk tea, Bunny Tea has it all! The bubble...

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Why All Yoga Teachers Need a Blog (as part of their website)

by Anne @ The Yoga Nomads

Here at The Yoga Nomads, we have a strong desire to see yoga teachers succeed. We’ve dedicated our lives to teaching yoga instructors the business and marketing skills needed to build a fulfilling and profitable yoga career. Over the years, we’ve discovered that a website is the crux of successful yoga businesses. While your website is […]

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VIETNAM: HO CHI MINH CITY TRAVEL GUIDE (Budget +Itinerary) 2017

VIETNAM: HO CHI MINH CITY TRAVEL GUIDE (Budget +Itinerary) 2017


The Pinay Solo Backpacker

comprehensive DIY budget travel guide and itinerary of Ho Chi Minh City

10 Things to Do in and near Quy Nhon That’ll Help You Make The Most of Your Trip !

by Duong Next Door @ The Christina's Blog

Have you ever heard about the one and only “martial-art land” in Vietnam? The word “martial-art land” was born in Binh Dinh because many popular martial arts of the country originated here. Quy Nhon city, the heart of Binh Dinh province, is fully packed with awesome activities that won’t let you down. These ten things […]

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Top Seattle Times RSS Feeds

by Anuj Agarwal @ Feedspot Blog 2018

Top Seattle Times RSS Feeds Seattle Times RSS Feeds 1. The Seattle Times RSS Feed - seattletimes.com/feed  + Follow RSS Site - seattletimes.com Seattle, WA About Site - The Seattle Times brings you the local news, sports, business, politics, entertainment, travel, restaurants and opinion for Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. Frequency - about 168 posts […]

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Things to do in Hanoi in 3 days

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

Hanoi – the capital of Vietnam, is the city of antiquity and tranquility. Unlike the hustling Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi is more nostalgic with traditional and historical features at every corner of the city. The commute within Hanoi is fairly easy, you can choose among taxis, motorbikes, bicycles, or even a “xe om” – […]

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Reboot the Blog, Recalibrate the Palate

by stickyrice @ Stickyrice

A period of neglect. Dormancy. Slackness. Call it what you will. This miniscule corner of the web still has some life. I'd like to make it sputter again from time to time. There are still stories to tell, observations to...

The Evolution Of Phở (Pho)

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

For those who are passionate about food and culture, especially Vietnam’s, you must have known Pho already. For those who don’t know what Pho is, Pho is Vietnamese beef noodle soup, which is rich in flavor and mesmerizing in the smell. People always sing compliments for our traditional Pho for its taste, but did you […]

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New to Austin? Check Out These 5 Must Visit Food Trucks

by Madison @ Roaming Hunger

Vietnam shopping guide | The best things to buy as souvenirs

Vietnam shopping guide | The best things to buy as souvenirs

by Bach Loan @ xpath.co

When it comes to Vietnam shopping, this country is such a great destination to buy souvenirs and gifts. The country is diverse and unique and so are the…

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Reboot the Blog, Recalibrate the Palate

by stickyrice @ Stickyrice

A period of neglect. Dormancy. Slackness. Call it what you will. This miniscule corner of the web still has some life. I'd like to make it sputter again from time to time. There are still stories to tell, observations to...

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by noreply@blogger.com (Michael) @ A Saigon Food Guide

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Savory Vietnamese Dishes – A Look Into The “Bun” Family (Part One)

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

I was sitting by the vendor that late Tuesday night, enjoying every single drop of the broth from my favorite “Bun Rieu” and thinking why do foreigners only know about “Pho”, “Banh Mi”, etc. when it comes to Vietnamese cuisine? Because there are more to what Viets eat, there are more to what tourists attractions in […]

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Interview Jet

by admin @ GlobeTrottr –

#GlobeTrottrProfile “The location of the house is kind of next to the busy street here but the environment still quiet. Therefore, you don’t have a lot of traffic here because the traffic here is really loud, so you don’t hear anything from the traffic and it’s really nice ” What’s your name and where are […]

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Food Republic | How To Eat Vegetarian In Vietnam

by Selene @ fork on the road

After 16 months on the road, Vietnam was the last stop of my vegetarian food journey. Luckily it was also one of the best. While nothing beats Bali as the ultimate vegetarian destination, the veggie food in Vietnam is amazing. The local cuisine is packed with fresh vegetables, just-picked herbs, succulent tofu and a subtle colonial French influence, and the prices are staggeringly low. Here’s how to eat veggie in Vietnam. Read the full article over on Food Republic.

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Guide to Ho Chi Minh City

Guide to Ho Chi Minh City


SOPHOCLES

Ho Chi Minh was just as chaotic, hot and crazy as I had imagined it to be. Ho Chi Minh was previously known as Saigon, though for the most, the name has stuck.&nbsp;With little research, I arrived into Saigon a little lost and instantly overcome by the humidity. Saigon is a bustling city filled

Short Food Tour in Singapore

Short Food Tour in Singapore

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

Have a walk together with me through Singapore I visited some of the Hawker food stalls and had awesome dishes like Chicken Rice and Chili Crab

Don’t miss your chance to enjoy street food in Saigon | KIM TRAVEL

Don’t miss your chance to enjoy street food in Saigon | KIM TRAVEL


KIM TRAVEL

Don’t miss your chance to enjoy street food in Saigon Not only did President Barack Obama sample some of Vietnam’s finest local food in Vietnam, but a great deal of travelers also tried and had the same idea with him.  You know, in addition to the stunning and breathtaking views sketching the whole country, unique …

Interview Ernesto

by admin @ GlobeTrottr –

#GlobeTrottrProfile “I prefer the warm weather and rainy season. Moreover, the other things is the landscapes, the views in Vietnam are amazing. There are many nice places here to visit. I like it. And also the food here is good. Moreover, here you can see really nice sun set which is really beautiful with nice […]

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7 places to satisfy your wanderlust in Ayutthaya – the whisper of the history

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

While Bangkok attracts tourists by touting its beauty as the modern capital, Ayutthaya on the other hand represents the charm of the old capital. Every mile in Ayutthaya contains historical stories of a glorious age. Coming to Ayutthaya, you can immerse yourself in the flow of history and culture as well as relive life in […]

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Top 20 Taxidermy Youtube Channels To Follow in 2018

by Anuj Agarwal @ Feedspot Blog 2018

Top 20 Taxidermy Youtube Channels Taxidermy Youtube Channels List. The Best Taxidermy Youtube Channels from thousands of Taxidermy Youtube Channels in our index using search and social metrics. We’ve carefully selected these youtubers because they are actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their audience with frequent updates and high-quality videos. These Youtube Channels are […]

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9 Halal-Certified Japanese Eateries In Singapore That Are Simply Oishii

by Nur Sofia @ ladyironchef

With the ubiquity of Japanese restaurants and kiosks all around the island, it is pretty easy to suss out a decent spot to get your urgent ramen and sushi fix. Even though Japanese food tends to lean more on the … Continue reading

Delicious Daiquiris with Guest Blogger Allison Levine

by Julia Houghton @ Access Culinary TripsAccess Culinary Trips

Allison Levine of Please the Palate has shared a bit about her recent experience in Cuba on an Access Trips tour. She’s written a superb post about a quintessentially Cuban libation, the daiquiri! We loved reading her Pick of The Week, and can’t wait to share it with you. Thanks, Allison! Please The Palate Pick [ ... ]

Top 20 Hollywood Blogs and Websites To Follow in 2018

by Anuj Agarwal @ Feedspot Blog 2018

Top 20 Hollywood blogs Hollywood Blogs List. The Best Hollywood Blogs from thousands of Hollywood blogs in our index using search and social metrics. We’ve carefully selected these websites because they are actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent updates and high-quality information. These blogs are ranked based on following criteria […]

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The Best Lunch Foods in Ho Chi Minh City

by fred wilson @ Back of the Bike Tours

What to eat for Lunch in Ho Chi Minh City a.k.a Saigon? Entering the world of Vietnamese food can be a daunting task for a beginner out there on their own. What is it? Where is it? Is it the best? These are the questions...

Danang Seafood Barn

by stickyrice @ Stickyrice

I like Danang. Whoever is in charge down there is making a nice city. Compared to Hanoi or Saigon it's a tad sterile, lacking that street-level frenzy and coating of old-world grime. But the traffic flows uncongested for the most...

Vietnamese Food: 25 Must-Eat Dishes in Saigon (and Where To Try Them)

Vietnamese Food: 25 Must-Eat Dishes in Saigon (and Where To Try Them)


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Vietnamese food is an insanely delicious cuisine. Here are 25 Vietnamese dishes you need to try, and restaurants to eat them in Saigon.

This Minimalist Cafe in City Centre Is Lunch Break Perfection – Laine, My Love Cafe Review

by Gaby Guedez @ TheTaste.ie

I have a very soft spot for Roasted Brown coffee. In the past, I would have joyously enjoyed a cup of white coffee at Love Supreme Stoneybatter almost every weekend before hitting the streets...

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Enjoy street food in District 1 Ho Chi Minh city

by Định Nguyễn @ KIM TRAVEL

Enjoy street food in District 1 (Saigon) Ho Chi Minh city Vietnam  The street food scene in Saigon permeates every district, neighborhood and alleyway: the city boasts so many street food outlets that, at times, Saigon feels like one gigantic, open-air restaurant. Every day, thousands of street-side eateries offer up delicious, cheap food in an […]

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6 Essential Ljubljana Food Experiences

by Daryl & Mindi Hirsch @ 2foodtrippers

Check out the six Ljubljana food experiences that you shouldn’t miss when you visit the charming Slovenian capital city.  Our first impression of Slovenia was through a window during an overnight late June bus ride from Bologna, Italy to Zagreb, Croatia. We exited the furnace-like Italian summer heat and found ourselves rolling through cool breezy alpine woods gazing at quaint chalet homes along green, pastoral hills. It wasn’t until we visited two months later that we realized the addictive charms that Slovenia’s polished gem of a capital city, Ljubljana, has to offer. Though most travelers spend ...

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District 3

by noreply@blogger.com (Michael) @ A Saigon Food Guide

My two weeks of teacher training back in September took place in District 3. I also call this district home, so I've done a fair amount of eating here, especially on Vo Van Tan St. I'd like to take this opportunity to give a shout out to Hien, the LanguageCorps Vietnam manager, for either taking us to or recommedning many of the restaurants listed here. I would've done a lot of aimless, hungry wandering without her tips. This district is very Vietnamese, so most of the restaurants serve only Vietnamese dishes, and there are some real gems in this area.

1) Banh Xeo - Cao Thang St. - I'm not sure if this is the right name, but there is a huge sign over the entrance that says "Banh Xeo" in yellow lights, so that's what I call it. Not sure of the street number either, but it's about 4 blocks down Cao Thang, if you're coming from Nguyen Ti Minh Kai St., on the right. The interior is lovely, and the tables actually have little wood-model scenes of rural life set inside them and covered by glass. The menu is dedicated solely to banh xeo, and it's amazing. Page after page of options are available - you choose either beef, chicken, or seafood, and then narrow it down from a dizzying array of mushrooms, beensprouts, and other vegetables to come up with you final combination. Sizes are either normal or large, and the waiter looked at us funny when all three of us ordered a large. Large they were, as the banh xeo was easily bigger than my head. The way to eat banh xeo is to cut it into individual pieces, wrap it in a lettuce leaf, and dip the wrap into sauce. This is a messy process, but totally worth it, as this has quickly become one of my favorite Vietnamese dishes. A huge dish of said lettuce, along with other greens, is provided. Prices for the large are around 70,000, and the smalls are more like 50-60,000. Probably the best banh xeo I've had here, and definitely worth traveling for. 5/5

2) BBQ 101, Vo Van Tan St. - This definitely isn't the name of this restaurant, but there is a sign out front that says BBQ 101. A block or two past Beto, on the left. I think the staff here wanted to mess with us, since they seated us at one of the tables out front that seems to be made for small children, so my legs were sprawled all over the place. Luckily, the food made up for posture-destroying chairs. The menu has almost any kind of meat you can think of on it, in BBQ form. I went for the deer, and it was amazingly flavorful. A friend got the grilled Tiger prawns, which were huge, and she was very happy, if a tad bit messy. Meals come with a bowl of tasty rice as well. Most dishes are around 70 or 80,000, although certain meals are well over 100,000. The beer, however, is very cheap, and they keep it in a cooler right by the entrance, so there's only about a 5 second lapse between you ordering it and the brew entering your mouth. If you're in the mood for grilled meat, check this place out. 4/5

3) Beto, 57 Vo Van Tan St. - Beto sits a couple blocks past the War Remnants Museum, on the left. There are three floors of seating, so this place can accommodate a lot of diners. By far the best time to go is mid-day, because Beto has an awesome business lunch special: a salad, soup, entree, and vegetable dish for 36,000 dong. The options in each category are numerous, although the kitchen does seem to get a little confused when there are a lot of orders. Twice I've gotten the wrong soup and one time they just never bothered to send out the salads. Still, this is a killer deal, and the food is really good. My favorite salad is the Russian salad, which basically seems to be coleslaw. The soups are the weak point, so I'll leave it at that. I've had two different types of green beans and they were both addictive; the other options look good as well. The entrees are the star of the show, namely the Fried Basa fish. I'm not sure what Basa is, but it's spectacularly good. Definitely a must-try. The grilled squid is excellent as well. Highly recommended overall, especially for lunch, considering how great of a deal Beto offers. 4/5

4) Ga Nuong, 354-356 Vo Van Tan St. - A few blocks before Vo Van Tan meets Cao Thang, on the right. This place seems to have several names, although I think this is the one displayed outside. On the business card there's a picture of a chicken as well as the phrase "Poulet de France." I'm not sure what the chicken business is all about since there is a lot more on the menu besides chicken. I had lamb (this is one of the only places I've seen that glorious animal on the menu) with vegetables and bread. The funny thing about the meal was that they served in a stainless steel tray that reminded of something you would see in a school cafeteria. The food, though, is far better than a cafeteria. I enjoyed my lamb and my dining mates enjoyed their meals as well. I'm not sure what the exact price was but I think it was in the 70,000 range, although there are cheaper dishes on the menu. A solid meal. 3/5

5) Hong Phat, 389-391 Vo Van Tan St. - Just a block or so from Cao Thang, on the left. Has a diverse menu, with all of the usual Vietnamese hits. They also serve a mystery dish at every table when you sit down. It was some sort of meat wrapped around...something. I still don't know what the middle was but the outer meat was pretty delicious. I got a soup of some sort, as did my dining companions, and we were all satisfied. There's plenty of seating inside, and prices are reasonable. 3/5

6) Muoi Xiem, 190 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia St. - Muoi Xiem is very inviting, with a lovely bamboo interior setting the scene for great food. In front you can watch your meal cooking at the out-in-the-open ovens. This place specializes in banh xeo, and the options are extensive. There are many vegetarian options as well as dishes with beef, chicken, and seafood stuffings. The portions are pretty good, and the banh xeo is served on the usual banana leaf accompanied by a huge bowl of greens.  Muoi Xiem's dishes are excellent, and prices are very reasonable as well. 4/5

7) Pho Le, 303-305 Vo Van Tan - Close to Ga Nuong, although a littler farther away from Cao Thang, on the left. This bare-bones joint serves nothing but, you guessed it, pho. There is an open front and all of the furniture is plastic, but the pho is serious business. Actually, if I had to pick the best pho I've had, I would vote Pho Le. It's that good. There are about 30 items on the menu, so you can get almost anything you can think of in your pho, from the basic beef, pork, chicken, or seafood to all kinds of nasty bits and other intriguing options. Your pho is served with a heaping pile of beansprouts, lettuce, and other greens, along with a plate of hot chilis. Throw all of that in, combine it with a liberal squirt of hoisin sauce, and viola, you've got some of the best pho in the city. The magic here is in the broth, which is much more oily than normal. You have to hit this place if you're in Saigon. Expect brusque service. 5/5

There are several other places I've eaten at in District 3 that deserve mention, but I've forgotten their names. This doesn't mean the food wasn't memorable, I just can't remember them all, especially the ones that don't have business cards. I'll talk about them another time.

12 Best Vegetarian restaurants in Saigon

by Phuoc Le @ Innoviet Travel

Is it possible to find any good vegetarian food in Saigon? Fortunately, it is, now more than ever. US travel website When On Earth has listed Ho Chi Minh City among the ideal cities worldwide for vegans and vegetarians. The city is named one of the ten destinations that “tickle veggie-loving taste buds” as it

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Alaska Food Tour Reading List

by Meloni @ Access Culinary TripsAccess Culinary Trips

Alaska Food Tour Reading List Perhaps one of the best ways to get ready for an upcoming trip is to surround yourself with information about the location you plan to travel to. Our Alaskan food tour is no exception to that rule. Coming into the Country John McPhee Cultural Portrait | 1991 | PAPER | 438 pages | Favorite A [ ... ]

A Boat Trip on the Saigon River

by Mike @ Saigon For 91 Days

During our visit to District 2's undeveloped Thú Thiêm neighborhood, we noticed a pier to which a few fishing boats were anchored. Interesting. A week later, we returned to try our luck. A fisherman met us on the pier, evidently clued in to what we might be proposing. And he was game.

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Bep Hen: Vietnamese Family Food with a “Lucky” Twist

by A Wandering Casiedilla @ A WANDERING CASIEDILLA

Sometimes, finding the best hideaway restaurant doesn’t always entail investigative skill. It doesn’t require research online, or even word of mouth. It requires

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The Highlights of our year as Travel Bloggers

by Paula McInerney @ Contented Traveller

The wonderful thing about being travel bloggers is that we have no idea of what our year will look like, and I guess that is totally true with life also. That is why our tagl…

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Experience Da Lat to the Fullest!

by Phuc Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

There are many names that the Vietnamese people use to refer to Da Lat: The City of a Thousand Flowers, Dreamy City, Sad City, The Land of Love, The Land of Cherry Blossoms, Little Paris etc. Da Lat has always been depicted in literature, paintings and pictures, wandering about in contemporary arts and travelers’ hearts. […]

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Kimchi Korean Restaurant – Authentic & Inexpensive Korean Food With Good Samgyetang

by Sherlyn Teo @ ladyironchef

Bringing you the authentic tastes of Korea in a posh setting is Kimchi Korean restaurant, a diner situated in Suntec City Convention Tower. This restaurant was highly raved about a few years back for their “handsome Korean boss who looked like … Continue reading

Where to eat in Ubud

Where to eat in Ubud

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

Warung or Waroeng, what you like! That’s the question! A Warung is a small family-owned restaurant or food stall in Indonesia. Definitely a place to have dinner when you are in Indonesia.

Where to Eat in Bangkok Like A Local

by Marisse Gabrielle Reyes @ Expedia Malaysia Travel Blog

CC BY 2.0 | Nemanja Pantelic Bangkok is one of those rare cities where you can get high-quality, consistent and delectable food both in stuffy hole-in-the-walls as well as elegant candle-lit restaurants. Although the lure of the Thai capital’s trendy ...

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Bobii Frutii Singapore – Colourful Bubble Tea From Taiwan Opening At The Clementi Mall, 10 Jan 2018

by admin @ DanielFoodDiary.com

The Return Of The Taiwanese Bubble Tea craze in Singapore sees old players such as Gong Cha, Singapore brand LiHo and Taiwan’s PlayMade 丸作, all of them with difference in their areas of specialty. Let’s just say Gong Cha is known for their Alisan Milk Foam, LiHo for Cheese drinks (which is now everywhere) and PlayMade 丸作 for their freshly made pearls. Bobii Frutii will be opening its first store in Singapore at The Clementi Mall. I first tried Bobii Frutii 珍珠水果特調 in Taipei which attracted a crowd initially due to its distinct coloured and “Instagram-worthy” layers. Each cup is made using milk, tea and colourful pearls, with no artificial flavourings, man-made essences, creamer or preservatives. The menu in Singapore features a total of 37 drinks in a single cup size and divided into 5 different categories – Tea/Au Lait aka “served with milk” in French ($2.50 – $3.90), Ice Blended ($5.90 – $6.90), Matcha ($4.90 – $6.50), Fruit Tea ($3.90 – $5.90) and Cheese Tea, exclusive to Singapore ($4.50 – $5.90). Pearls aka bobii (Taiwanese slang for tapioca pearls) that are preservative-free come in 3 different flavours: Original ($0.60), Butterfly Pea ($0.90) and Brown Sugar ($0.90), are made in Taiwan and air-flown to Singapore to ensure freshness and consistency. One thing to note, the bobii in each cup is considerably less compared to other competitor brands out there. Apart from their aesthetically pleasing appearance, each of their signature items have funky names that made me wonder what the flavours are, so I gave up on their names and ended up ordering by colours. “Hi, can I have the blue and yellow layered drink?” “Oh, you mean Mermaid’s Tears?” “Ya, that one.” I cried. The names included Don’t Want To Work, Pandora Treasures, Childhood Memory, Green Romance, and Don’t Want...

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Top 30 Escape Room Blogs and Websites To Follow in 2018

by Anuj Agarwal @ Feedspot Blog 2018

Top 30 Escape Room blogs Escape Room Blogs List. The Best Escape Room Blogs from thousands of Escape Room blogs in our index using search and social metrics. We’ve carefully selected these websites because they are actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent updates and high-quality information. These blogs are ranked […]

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The Taste of Vietnam with Saigon Food Tour

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

As the rain started to pour down in Saigon, exotic smells evaporated from the worn cement roads.  It was over 100 degrees out and we were constantly pulling our clothes from our skin.  The locals protected themselves with plastic coverings and the street venders started closing up shop as the rain fell and we prepared for […]

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Top Must-eat Dishes & Dining Spots In Saigon for Foodies

by Phuoc Le @ Innoviet Travel

You are a foodie and want to explore the best street food in Saigon but aren’t sure where are the best places in town? Then this what you will love. Let’s put my recommendation of  the Top Must-eat Dishes & Dining Spots In Saigon for Foodies in your pocket and start exploring the Saigon food haven. * STREET FOOD 1. Cơm

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The Stuff in the Market

by stickyrice @ Stickyrice

The wet markets in South East Asia are shrines to food culture. Food is built up into displays, towers and installations to admire, catch the eye and tempt. It's colourful. Limes, chilies, dragon fruits, persimmons and hibiscus flowers project a...

6 Secret Beaches in Malaysia That You Have Been Missing Out

by Ning Yasmin @ Expedia Malaysia Travel Blog

Malaysia is filled to the brim with beautiful beaches. On the downside, the beaches can get extremely crowded. While some people don’t mind, others just want to get away from the maddening crowd, spend a quiet time with their loved ...

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Multigenerational Travel – Why We Do It

by Paula McInerney @ Contented Traveller

Multigenerational travel is certainly one of hottest travel trends these days. Taking a trip with three or more generations of a family is making the travel ind…

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Bun Cha Hanoi

by Vinh @ http://streetfoodiessaigon.com

Bun Cha Hanoi One of the iconic dishes in Hanoi, Bun Cha is one of our favourite of all street foods in Vietnam. What’s not to love? It’s got two types of pork, a smoking hot grill, a tangy fish sauce dip, tons of fresh veggies and noodles. What is Bun Cha Hanoi? Bun Cha […]

Saigon at Night

by Mike @ Saigon For 91 Days

Once the sun sets, taking the suffocating heat with it, Saigon turns on the lights and lets down its hair. Students meet to play cards at coffee shops, the bars fill up with both locals and tourists, and the city's innumerable old lady brigades claim their habitual seats on the corners. Whether we were getting drunk at hotpot joints with brand new best-friends-ever, strolling along the canal with dozens of dog-walkers, or zipping around on scooters while the city lights blaze by, some of our best Saigon memories came at night.

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South America Sips – Enjoying Unique Food and Drink Pairings Like the Locals

by Gaby Guedez @ TheTaste.ie

This time, we’ll step back a little and consider South America as one destination. The main point of our travels was to discover how people would eat and drink in the rest of the...

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The Original Boat Noodle – Authentic Thai Food At CCP With S$1.20 Boat Noodles

by Alvin T @ ladyironchef

The Original Boat Noodle at Changi City Point is a new restaurant everyone needs to know about. As with most Thai dishes, their food features a punchy marriage of herbs, spices and aromatics, as well as the iconic 4 tastes—sweet, … Continue reading

6 Things to do on a Weekend Getaway in Kuala Kubu Bharu

by Bernard Eng @ Expedia Malaysia Travel Blog

As city folks, my girlfriend and I love to go to Kuala Kubu Bharu, or fondly known as KKB by the locals. Re-built after it was destroyed by flood in the 18th century, the town has become our favourite weekend getaway ...

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Bowl of Funk: A Little Memoir on Texture

by stickyrice @ Stickyrice

The range of foods I can process has widened after so long in Vietnam. As a child, I had fairly typical aversions to certain vegetables, none of which have continued into my adult life. For no apparent reason that I...

Street-food Tour with Mr. Colin

by admin @ Food in Vietnam – Back of the Bike Tours

On the 14 of October, we took our friend Mr. Colin taste some of the finest streetfood in Saigon. Down below is an album of the best shot we took during that tour. Feel free to email us at info@backofthebiketours.com with the name of the pictures along...

A Quick Guide to Skiing in Asia

by Nicci @ Wendy Wu Tours Blog

You’ve overdone the Alps, enjoyed Andorra and the Dolomites, rocketed down the Rockies, beaten Banff’s peaks, conquered Queenstown and perhaps even caught enough snow to make a run or two of Scotland’s Nevis range. So where do you go to get your next snow fix? Asia of course! Japan Considering that about three-quarters of Japan […]

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Malacca - Unesco World Heritage in Malaysia

Malacca - Unesco World Heritage in Malaysia

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

A Sunday afternoon, perfect timing for some strolling through Jonker Street in Malacca. A mixed city with a lot of old influences from the Portugees, English and Dutch. I made a short video about my walk through Jonker Street and past all the food stalls. 

Where To Eat In Ho Chi Minh City: Street Food, Cafes, Restaurants, Desserts + Drinks

Where To Eat In Ho Chi Minh City: Street Food, Cafes, Restaurants, Desserts + Drinks


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Ho Chi Minh City is bursting with motorbikes, people and the most amazing food. After two trips here are our picks for where to eat in Ho Chi Minh City.

Top 20 Firefighter Youtube Channels For Fire Fighters

by Anuj Agarwal @ Feedspot Blog 2018

Top 20 Firefighter Youtube Channels Firefighter Youtube Channels List. The Best Firefighter Youtube Channels from thousands of Firefighter Youtube Channels in our index using search and social metrics. We’ve carefully selected these youtubers because they are actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their audience with frequent updates and high-quality videos. These Youtube Channels are […]

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Backstreet eats: 24 hours with chef Luke Nguyen in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Backstreet eats: 24 hours with chef Luke Nguyen in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam


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Chef, author and television star Luke Nguyen leads an insider's tour of Ho Chi Minh City.

Ho Chi Minh City blog review – Things I love about this city - GlobeTrottr -

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James Clark is a long term wanderer and Nomadic Notes is about his travels and life as a digital nomad. This article is about what he loves most in his daily adventure of living in Saigon ! “I’ve been coming to and from Saigon for over two years now. It has become so familiar to me …

Best Danang Seafood Restaurants – Where to eat in Da Nang

by adminict @ Vietnam Culinary Travel Agency: Vietnam Food Tour Packages

Best Danang seafood restaurants is one of the most wanted information since 5 years. With the rapid development, Danang becomes not only the most-worth living city but also a very

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KYOTO TRAVEL GUIDE 2018 (Budget + Itinerary)

by thepinay solobackpacker @ The Pinay Solo Backpacker

As promised, I’ll blog about KYOTO, so here’s my Kyoto Travel Guide based on my recent visit to Kyoto, Japan to help you plan your trip to Kyoto this 2018. Kyoto is just as I imagined Japan to be – Japanese wearing their traditional kimono, ancient Japanese wooden temples fringed by Zen gardens and rich culinary tradition. After all, this bountiful district was the center …

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The Islands of Vietnam – A Hidden Tropical Paradise

by Juliana Hahn @ The Christina's Blog

With 3,000 kilometers of coastline, Vietnam has countless beaches and seaside resorts to choose from. However, even though these places are beautiful, cities, noise, and traffic often aren’t far. So, if you are looking for a real getaway, deserted white sand beaches, historical sites and a truly local experience, Vietnam’s many islands are where you […]

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Cherry Blossoms 2018 – Sakura Forecast Dates – Japan, Korea and Taiwan

by Expedia Malaysia @ Expedia Malaysia Travel Blog

The best time of year to visit Japan is during the Cherry Blossoms season. ‘Hanami’ or cherry blossom viewing, is a pretty magical experience as you wander through tree groves under the bloom of delicate petals of the sakura (cherry) ...

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10 Vietnamese Dishes Other Than Pho That You Absolutely Must Eat When In Ho Chi Minh City

10 Vietnamese Dishes Other Than Pho That You Absolutely Must Eat When In Ho Chi Minh City


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Vietnam is an Asian paradise for delicious food that is astoundingly cheap. Also, as compared to food in the neighbouring countries, Vietnamese food is a lot healthier (think soups, salads, wraps, etc). I actually lost two

Purist Patisserie – Exquisite Entremet Cakes Found In the Heartlands. Hidden Gem At Kovan

by admin @ DanielFoodDiary.com

It was quite a journey to locate Purist Patisserie, for it was smack right in the middle of a Kovan private housing estate, with no direct train or bus services. Situated at the end of shop houses of The Promenade @ Pelikat, it may be easy to overlook the shop if not for its bright pink interior and rose gold chandelier which caught my attention. Also note its rather limited opening hours, from Fridays to Sundays noon to 6pm. Not the most ideal location to set up a patisserie, but that does not deters Patissier Joanne from pursuing her dreams and setting up a place of her own to showcase her creations. Joanne’s forte lies in French entremet, which her meticulous crafting skills can be observed from the exquisiteness and aesthetic details of every entremet. But when it comes to taste evaluation, it is usually based on Patissiers’ concept as well as individuals’ preference due to the complexity and various components that go into the dessert. I took a liking to the Cebu Sunrise [$8] which consisted of coconut, mango and jasmine rice. The light coconut mousse was well complemented with sweet mango gelatin fillings and added rice cracker base for that crunch. The most aesthetical pleasing award would go to Fleur ($8), layered with thin waffle biscuit base, raspberry mousse and white chocolate. It was further topped with freeze-dried fruits, popping spheres and edible flowers for elevated appealing factor. I also liked how various components blended well to give an overall tangy note. While I usually love matcha desserts, the Zen Garden ($8) slightly fell short of my expectation. Layered with matcha, black sesame and yuzu, I found the citrus flavor of yuzu slightly overwhelming and outshone the other two components. For alcohol lovers, go for the Whiskey Bar...

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Exploring Hong Kong’s Best Food with Eating Adventures Tours

by Pierre Blake @ PIERREBLAKE

I have joined several Eating Adventures tours around China and Hong Kong, including Shanghai, Guangzhou and Hong Kong. They offer 3 tours in Hong Kong: Central, Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po. Last time I did the Mong Kok tour with my mother and this time I did the Sham Shui Po tour with my Continue Reading

Top 30 ENT Blogs and Websites To Follow in 2018

by Anuj Agarwal @ Feedspot Blog 2018

Top 30 ENT blogs ENT Blogs List. The Best ENT Blogs from thousands of ENT blogs in our index using search and social metrics. We’ve carefully selected these websites because they are actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent updates and high-quality information. These blogs are ranked based on following criteria […]

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Grow With Aldi – Irish Producers Encouraged to Enter New Mentoring Programme

by Sarah Glascott @ TheTaste.ie

Aldi has announced that they are investing €500,000 in a new supplier development programme in order to give up-and-coming Irish food and drink companies the chance to get on their shelves with a long-term...

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5 must-try snacks for true taste of Saigon...

by gadt_admin @ Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

Hey you, ready to explore lovely streets of Saigon? Many surprises are waiting out there. By the way, it’s time the hunger strikes so why don’t we go down the street and get something to eat? Hang on tight because we are going on the most exciting culinary adventure and I’ll be your guide to show you the 5 must-try […]

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Must Eat Food in Hoi An – Tips on Hoi An Cuisine

by adminict @ Vietnam Culinary Travel Agency: Vietnam Food Tour Packages

Discover some of must eat food in Hoi An and know why the local cuisine is one of reasons for people travel to Hoi An
There is a saying that

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Hanoi One Day Tour: Where To Go And What To Do For One Day In Hanoi

Hanoi One Day Tour: Where To Go And What To Do For One Day In Hanoi

by Phuong Tuyen @ xpath.co

So you’ve just arrived in Hanoi, and you’re strapped for cash and even more for time.  The clock’s ticking, and you have but a day to see it…

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Best Accommodation in Quy Nhon According to your Budget!

by Phuc Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

Quy Nhon is an undiscovered gem of tourism in the central coastline of Vietnam that you should not miss. Everything is so untouched and wild that it should be a desired destination for everyone, and the waves of tourists have yet to come. Therefore, finding a place to settle down for a few days or […]

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9 Korean Restaurants In Singapore Where You Can Enjoy Up To 50% Off

by ladyironchef @ ladyironchef

As far as international cuisine is concerned, Korean food is one of those things that bears timeless appeal. What began as nothing more than a fad (courtesy of the Korean wave) is now ingrained into Singapore’s culinary landscape. If Korean … Continue reading

District 1

by noreply@blogger.com (Michael) @ A Saigon Food Guide

District 1 is the beating heart of Saigon and, naturally, the center of the restaurant scene. The majority of the restaurants serving international fare are located here (especially in the previously discussed Pham Ngu Lao), along with many of the most expensive tables in town. The options are bewildering: you can find sushi and all kinds of other Asian, or choose from one of the many cheap stalls at Benh Thanh Market, or splash out at a 5-star masterpiece. I haven't done any "splashing out" yet, but I've done most of my eating in District 1, so here come the majority of the reviews. Oh and I should point out that I don't have a freakish memory that allows me to remember the name and address of all of these joints. Many restaurants have a stack of business cards on every table, and I always make sure to grab one so I can remember where I've been. Without further ado:
I've decided to do away with the price divider, since I've really never spent more than $7 anywhere.

1) Alibaba - 43 Mac Thi Buoi St. As I said in my previous post, I know almost nothing about Indian food, so this is far from an expert review. This place claims to have The Best Indian Cuisine, and although I've only tried one other Indian restaurant I'd have to agree with them. I had some sort of spicy lamb masala with vegetable rice and it was fantastic - and fantastically filling. The table also split three orders of naan - garlic, cheese, and regular. This was also great, and very useful for sopping up the masala sauce. My part of the bill came out to 130,000 dong but, if you're not a bread addict and only order 1 helping of naan, you could escape for under 100,000. There are some rather expensive dishes, but when the 70,000 dong ones are so delicious, what's the point? The menu is extensive, so even the pickiest of eaters should have no problem finding something to nibble on. 5/5

2) Mexico Lindo - 149 Ton That Dam St. Widely considered to serve the best Mexican food in the city, my two trips there have me agreeing with the majority opinion. The chef/owner is American, and he may surprise you by simply plopping down in a chair at your table before articulately explaining the night's special, without even introducing himself. He did this last time we ate there, and at first I thought, "What a strange fellow, he must really be into Mexican food." Then he stood up and walked into the kitchen, and the lightbulb in my head switched on. Anyways, the food is pretty excellent. Nachos with salsa and guacamole as an appetizer are a must, and my two entrees have been faijitas and a special (the chef was very passionate about it), the name of which I've forgotten. Both were delicious and on par with solid Mexican food in the U.S. If you don't order alcohol, you could keep the bill under $5. Most entrees cost between 70,000 and 90,000 dong, a few are more like 130,000, and are definitely big enough to fill you up. The menu isn't huge but it offers all of the usual Mexican highlights: tacos, burritos, quesadillas, etc. Highly recommended if you're a fan of Mexican. 5/5

3) Pho 2000 - This is one of several pho chains located in the city, although the one right across from Benh Thanh market is the most famous because Bill Clinton ate there in 2000 when he became the first American president to visit Vietnam since the end of the war. The usual pho varieties, such as beef, pork, seafood, beef meatball, etc. are served. If I remember correctly most of them were around 50,000 or 60,000 dong. The pho was good, although not quite presidential, and it did cause me to almost ruin a bathroom later that night. That doesn't seem to be the norm though, since my roommates were fine and, presumably, Clinton didn't explode all over the Prime Minister. 3/5

4) Pho 24  - Another pho chain with locations throughout the city, as well as places like Indonesia and Hong Kong. Serves excellent fried spring rolls as well as an array of pho, prepared either as a big bowl or a normal bowl. I ordered one that came with beef (or maybe pork?) and some nasty bits, such as muscle tendon and tripe. I wasn't a fan of the tendon but the rest was fine. Again, not the best pho I've ever had, but it certainly gets the job done, especially once you add the usual condiments of fish or hoisin sauce, beensprouts, greens, and hot sauce. Basically in the same price range as Pho 2000. You could consider them the McDonalds and Burger King of Saigon, since those fast-food chains don't exists here (hooray!). 3/5

5) Quan Com Viet Ngon - 160 Pasteur St. If you're coming down Pasteur from Le Loi St., it's in between Ly Tu Trong St. and Nguyen Du St., on the right. This palatial restaurant apparently used to be a simple garden eatery with tables surrounded by food stalls. The setting has definitely moved upmarket, with multiple levels of well-appointed furniture and walls, as well as a reflecting pool inside the entrance, making for a memorable setting. There is outdoor seating as well and, despite the massive number of seats, we actually had to wait a few minutes here. Despite the beauty of Quan Com, the prices are surprisingly affordable. The kitchen dishes out an extensive menu focused on regional Vietnamese specialities - there are two pages of spring rolls alone! You can get Hanoi-style noodle dishes, Hue Imperial cuisine, Mekong Delta-style seafood dishes, and everything in between. I went for a regional Delta dish and was thoroughly impressed. The spring roll appetizer was delicious as well, and my friends enjoyed their dinners as well. The majority of the dishes were under 60,000 dong, a steal considering the setting and quality of the food. Highly recommended. 5/5

6) The Food Stalls at Benh Thanh Market - Benh Thanh could be considered the center point of Saigon, so it is impossible to miss, especially since so many tourists flock there. In addition to clothes, electronics and souvenirs, you can find dirt-cheap food stalls lining one section of the market during the day. At night, after the market closes, the action moves outside, as tarps are erected and plastic tables and chairs are set out to welcome in the throngs of tourists. Each temporary restaurant has its own promoter, who comes up with a menu and tries to persuade you to come to try their food. Many of these places have enormous menus, although they all serve nothing but Vietnamese food (not that that's a problem). I've eaten at a couple of these places, and they are delicious, especially considering how affordable they are. Many dishes are under 40,000, although you can go big and order a whole fish for 100,000. You can also watch your meal get made, since the grills and other cooking appliances are right in front of you if you eat inside or set up behind the tables outside.

7) Tokyo Deli - 240 Le Thanh Ton St. Le Thanh Ton is one way, so this is about a block past Benh Thanh the only direction you can go, on the right. My roommates and I had been jonesing for some sushi, and some other teachers told us about this gem. The decor is completely white and spotlessly clean, and the sushi is simply inredible - at prices that will blow your mind. I ordered a miso soup (excellent) and split a variety platter and and an order of Spicy California rolls with someone and payed about 120,000. That meal would've cost at least $20 back in the U.S. The variety platter included Nigiri-style salmon, tuna, and some other things I didn't recognize but were amazing. However, the spicy California rolls were the star of the show. I usually consider California rolls a bit of a cop out when ordering sushi, since they are served everywhere, but the spiciness of this dish was perfect, and the flavor was addicting. I like to try different things each time I go to a restaurant, but I'll have a hard not ordering these again when I go back. Prices range from 20,000 dong for soup to around 50,000 for a basic roll to over 100,000 for platters and fancier rolls. 5/5

8) Wrap & Roll - Another high-quality chain. I've been to the one on Hai Ba Trung, behind the Opera House. As you can probably infer from the name, Wrap & Roll specializes in spring rolls and dishes that are wrapped in various vegetables. A word of warning: they will run out of food later in the evening because the place is so popular. I tried to order two different dishes that were no longer being served that night. The spring rolls I did get, however, were excellent, and the dipping sauce that comes with them is one of the best sauces I've had here. Serving sizes are smallish, hence why I was trying to order two dishes. Most of them cost around 40 or 50,000 dong. I definitely plan on returning, despite the ordering difficulties. 4/5

Things to do in Nha Trang – Travel...

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Nha Trang is the ideal destination for those who want to go to the beach and enjoy vacation. But to have a “worthwhile” trip, have you already known how? Some of the travel experiences of things to do in Nha Trang 2018 summarized from many tourists will give you a […]

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The Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City

by fred wilson @ Food in Vietnam – Back of the Bike Tours

If you are following us on our YouTube Channel (and you should!) you probably would have watched all of our top 5 already. Our goal as always is to provide travelers with the best spots, according to us, for various Vietnamese street food or activities here...

Run For Your Visa

by Mike @ Saigon For 91 Days

We had planned on staying in Vietnam for just three months, but when the time came to choose our next destination, we weren't quite ready to leave. After spending so much time in the south of the country, how could we neglect the north? Just one problem: our visas were set to expire. I've heard Cambodia is nice this time of year. How about we visit for a couple minutes?

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Street Food in Copenhagen at Papiroen

by Paula McInerney @ Contented Traveller

If you want to sample some amazing Street Food in Copenhagen, then head to Papiroen, or more correctly Papirøe, which translates to Paper Island. If you want the very t…

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Tasty food spots and cute cafes in Saigon, Vietnam

Tasty food spots and cute cafes in Saigon, Vietnam


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You will have your day set out for you if you make it your mission to try all of the flavours Vietnamese food has to offer.

Where to Eat in Zagreb – The Best Zagreb Restaurants, Cafes and Bars

by Daryl & Mindi Hirsch @ 2foodtrippers

Wondering where to eat in Zagreb Croatia? Check out our Zagreb food guide for the best Zagreb restaurants, cafes, bars and markets. We didn’t know much about Croatian food until we spent two months exploring Zagreb cuisine. The same can be said for Zagreb itself, a city that lives in the shadow of Croatia’s sexy coastline with a plethora of over-touristed cities like Dubrovnik, Split and Hvar. Gaining favor in recent years as a European city break destination due to its quaint city center and trendy Museum of Broken Relationships, Zagreb ...

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Touring Saigon's Street Food: How To Love Ho Chi Minh City | fork on the road

Touring Saigon's Street Food: How To Love Ho Chi Minh City | fork on the road


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I didn’t expect to love Ho Chi Minh City as much as I did. More than any other place, Vietnam seems to divide travellers and tourists: they either really love it, or really don’t, and Ho Chi Minh City is often at the forefront of that. Because of this polarisation, I entered the city thinking I probably wouldn’t love it instantly, but perhaps it would grow on me. I was totally wrong. I LOVE Ho Chi Minh City – or Saigon, as everyone still calls it. Forget about it growing on me, it took about five minutes to realise this city was right up our street. On our first night Tom and I arrived late and were tired. We popped out for “just one beer”...

Marina Square – 1-For-1 Buffets, Chirashi, Oysters, Amazing Dining Discounts And FREE E-Vouchers

by admin @ DanielFoodDiary.com

1-for-1 Buffets, 1-for-1 Chirashi Don, 1-for-1 Oysters, $5 off your favourite meal, 10-20% OFF your dining bill… these are just some of the incredible dining deals found at Marina Square. Marina Square has just launched an all-NEW app, which includes over 100 dining and shopping deals exclusively via the app (download from App Store or Google Play). If you are going to dine at Marina Square, I would encourage you to use the app to enjoy all the cost-savings. Redemption of the deals is extremely easy: just open the app, click on “Deals”, scan the QR code and enjoy the promotion! Here are 10 Restaurant & Cafes found at Marina Square, and the Special Dining Deals they offer: reDPan #02-03/04 Opening Hours: 12pm – 10pm, extended till 11pm on Fridays Marina Square App Deal: FREE house beverage with every main purchase Set up by DP Architects and The Food Explorer Group behind Cookyn Inc and Grub, redpan is all about “local fun dining”. Their best-selling dish continues to be the Prawn & Hae Bi Hiam Pasta ($19), tossed with sakura ebi and sautéed prawns, using a house-made paste from Chef Mervyn Phan’s (from Cookyn) grandmother’s recipe. Also look out for the Bak Chor Foie Gras Pasta ($19) which provides a new interpretation to one of our favourite local dish, added with foie gras; and Cold Pasta with House-Cured Salmon ($20) aromatic with a touch of truffle oil. Get the house-concocted beverage such as the refreshing Roselle Sour Plum Soda, Lychee Earl Grey Tea, or Lemongrass with Gula Melaka. Emporium Shokuhin – Senmi Sushi #01-18 Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm Marina Square App Deal: 1-for-1 Chirashi Don & Hokkaido Don Freshness is the key to all the thick-cut sashimi slices and sushi offered at Senmi Sushi. I am a personal fan...

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Death Railway – A Witness of History

by Khue Nguyen @ Inspitrip Blog

Are you a history enthusiast? Or just looking for a day trip from Bangkok to a place that is not as crowded as Ayutthaya? Then you won’t find a better choice than Kanchanaburi. Featuring a famous railway bridge over the Kwai Yai River; a part of the Burma railway, notorious for its haunting look and […]

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Top 5 Seafood dishes to try in Vietnam

by fred wilson @ Food in Vietnam – Back of the Bike Tours

We always recommend travelers in Vietnam to definitely try what the locals call “ốc”, which literally means “snails”, though its meaning is actually going out and enjoying seafood, including crabs, shrimps, oyster and yes, snails. However these ốc restaurants usually have only a 5 to 10...

Places to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival in Ho Chi Minh City in 2017- Le Duy Grand Hotel, prime location in Ho Chi Minh

by Le Duy Hotel @ Le Duy Hotel

With this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival falling on Sunday, fest goers will have more time and choices for celebrating the holiday in Vietnam. A series of activities to celebrate the festival, which is observed on the 15th day of the eighth month in the lunar calendar, have been held across the city, offering numerous choices for...

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Saigon street food guides: Foods cost you less than $1 and where to find them - Inspitrip Blog

Saigon street food guides: Foods cost you less than $1 and where to find them - Inspitrip Blog


Inspitrip Blog

Unlike Hanoi, where the local cuisine (read my guide about Hanoi food here) is oriented around traditional foods from complicated recipes, Saigon is better known for its...

100 DAYS FOOD & TRAVEL IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

100 DAYS FOOD & TRAVEL IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

Today is DAY 100 of my travel journey in Southeast Asia. This video will show you most of my adventures and of course a lot of food!

How to Eat in Saigon

How to Eat in Saigon


2foodtrippers

Saigon is a city filled with motor bikes, coffee and soup. Check out our favorite ways to eat in this exciting Vietnamese city.

Ultimate guide to smart & safe travel in Ho Chi Minh City

by Phuoc Le @ Innoviet Travel

Ho Chi Minh City and Vietnam, in general, is one of the safest travel destinations. However like most countries, it has its share of traveller annoyances such as scams and other petty crime. Spend a little time to learn about these simple tips to travel safely, securely, and enjoy the sights and sounds of Vietnam – without

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An Introduction to the Saigon Restaurant Scene

by noreply@blogger.com (Michael) @ A Saigon Food Guide

Saigon's food scene is a wonder to behold. Eating establishments range from world-class, Michelin-star worthy dining institutions to food stalls on a corner run by an old woman, and everything in between. In order to help out people who have never been here before, I will make this blog as idiot-proof and easy-to-understand as possible. I had never been to Asia before my flight on August 26, and the ensuing weeks and months have been an education in a totally different dining scene. Also, I don't have my most trusted websites to help me when I hear about a place to eat: Urbanspoon and Googlemaps. Urbanspoon is a pretty reliable way to find reviews of a restaurant, and Googlemaps is the easiest way to find a place you've never been to before. There are no online dining guides for Saigon, and while Googlemaps can find the right street in the city, it will not give you the exact address. As a consequence, I've circled blocks multiple times trying to find my destination, since many streets here are one-way, and the building numbers don't match on both sides, which gets confusing. For example, if one building takes up a whole block, that whole block will have one address. So, at the next block, the buildings on the right may be 47 Le Thanh Ton, while the buildings on the left will already be at 84 Le Thanh Ton. At least this isn't as bad as Phnom Penh, where buildings numbered 13, 47, and 76, or something ridiculous like that, can be found one next to the other. Given the difficulty inherent in finding a restaurant, even with the address in hand, I'll include my best description of how to get to a place, in addition to how the food is. For now, I'll break restaurants into categories two ways: first, by district, second, by price level.

While menus at most establishments are skewed in the Vietnamese direction, there are plenty of places to get your Mexican, Italian, Middle Eastern, etc. cravings satisfied. If you're worried about the language barrier, don't. Most places have English descriptions under the Vietnamese name of a dish, so if worst comes to worst you can simply point at the name. There are some places that have no menus, but all you have to do is look at what other people are eating and point to whatever you think looks good. It's simple as that. Also, very few places accept credit cards, so make sure you're alway carrying some dong (giggle) when you go out to eat.

I'll do my best when it comes to reviewing the actual food. I like to think I have pretty good taste, although I certainly don't have the most developed palette in the world. One warning: I have almost no sense of smell, so my posts will be completely lacking in that department. Finally, since I'm a tightwad, the restaurants I talk about will mostly be rather affordable. Don't expect to see many of the aformentioned fancy-pants places. Taking all of that into account, I hope you enjoy this guide, and I hope you visit Vietnam! (Or, if you're already here, try some of the places I talk about.)

Japan Culinary Tour Highlight: Sampuru “Fake Food”

by Meloni @ Access Culinary TripsAccess Culinary Trips

Japan Food Tour If you haven’t discovered the Access Trips Japan tour yet, it’s time. Our Japan tour gives you an insiders view of the cultures we visit, and as with all Access Trips tours, it’s through the lens of the cuisines that shape daily life. We recently showcased our stop at the Sampuru factory on the Access Trips blog [ ... ]

Vietnamese Food Conquered the Gourmets- Le Duy Hotel, prime location in Ho Chi Minh

by Le Duy Hotel @ Le Duy Hotel

Vietnamese Food Conquered the Gourmets Sometimes cuisine is one reason to travel. If talking about the nations that deserve to urge you to ready your luggage and go because of its delicious food, Vietnam is one of the best. Vietnam cuisine with harmonious beauty in flavor has conquered the gourmet. Do not miss to enjoy only once in...

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The Best Lunch Foods in Ho Chi Minh City

by fred wilson @ Food in Vietnam – Back of the Bike Tours

What to eat for Lunch in Ho Chi Minh City a.k.a Saigon? Entering the world of Vietnamese food can be a daunting task for a beginner out there on their own. What is it? Where is it? Is it the best? These are the questions...

A Guide to Vietnamese Spices and Their Usage You Should Know

by adminict @ Vietnam Culinary Travel Agency: Vietnam Food Tour Packages

Vietnamese Spices are put into food to make it flavorful and fragrant which have been passed from generation to generation. Sometimes, the secrets of the delicious Vietnamese food lie on

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The Tomb of Lê Văn Duyệt

by Mike @ Saigon For 91 Days

One of Vietnam's most cherished military heroes, Lê Văn Duyệt, is buried alongside his wife at a temple in Saigon's Bình Thạnh district. Constructed after the marshal's death in 1830, this religious complex provides an attractive place of quiet, in the middle of an otherwise chaotic neighborhood.

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Telok Ayer Food Guide – 14 Bistro and Cafés To Check Out In This Bustling District

by Editorial @ ladyironchef

Previously a coastal road situated along the island’s old waterfront, Telok Ayer has transform into a hip and busy neighbourhood teeming with cafes and restaurants to feed the CBD office crowd and avid café-hoppers. From idyllic garden-themed cafes, burger joints … Continue reading

Top ABC News RSS Feeds

by Anuj Agarwal @ Feedspot Blog 2018

Top ABC News RSS Feeds ABC News RSS Feeds 1. ABC News » Top Stories | Breaking News, Latest News, Headlines & Videos RSS Feed - feeds.abcnews.com/abcnews/to..  + Follow RSS Site - abcnews.go.com New York City About Site - ABC News is your trusted source for breaking news, analysis, exclusive interviews, headlines, and videos. They […]

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A Backpacker’s Guide to Hoi An, Vietnam

by Dave @ Man Vs Globe

Age-worn canary yellow houses, silk lanterns strewn across every passageway bathing the streets in a colourful glow and a bustling waterfront where fishermen unload their hauls of glistening fish to…

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Food on Wheels – Saigon street food

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

When in Saigon one may very likely to find a food cart on the street, apart from a numerous amount of street food stores and small restaurants. It is like the typical image of this beautiful and thriving city. Food on carts vary, from tropical fruit to the worldwide-famous Banh Mi and many other dishes. […]

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Fly to Southeast Asia and save £500pp

by Jeremy Barber @ Wendy Wu Tours Blog

  This weekend, book a tour to Vietnam, Cambodia or Borneo and receive a £500 discount per person!   Journey through the wonders of Vietnam, from its shimmering rice terraces to its vibrant cities; discover the charms of Cambodia and soak up the majestic sight of Angkor Wat; delve deep into the spectacular nature of […]

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Top 5 Seafood dishes to try in Vietnam

by fred wilson @ Back of the Bike Tours

We always recommend travelers in Vietnam to definitely try what the locals call “ốc”, which literally means “snails”, though its meaning is actually going out and enjoying seafood, including crabs, shrimps, oyster and yes, snails. However these ốc restaurants usually have only a 5 to 10...

Ho Chi Minh City Food Tours - Saigon Food Tours

Ho Chi Minh City Food Tours - Saigon Food Tours


Saigon Food Tours

Sample the world's best street food with a Saigon Street Eats food tour, run by an Australian-Vietnamese couple who are obsessed with Vietnamese food.

ONE DAY OF A VIETNAMESE: WHAT DO I EAT?”

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

Have you ever wondered that how a day of Vietnamese is like? A fashionista may ask: “What do you wear?” A wanderlust may raise a question: “Where do you go?” But a food lover may wonder: “What do you eat?” And here, today, I, a Saigonese and a food lover show you what a typical […]

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Complete guide to avoiding taxi scams in Saigon

by Phuoc Le @ Innoviet Travel

Being as local in Saigon, a tour guide (well, I used to) also a Traveler. I’m very sad to know that very few visitors to Vietnam want to return to this magnificent country. One of the major reasons that contribute to this problem is tourist scams. Although there have been so many topics discussing around

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Bun Bo Hue

by Vinh @ http://streetfoodiessaigon.com

Bun Bo Hue While the city of Hue is known for it’s fancy diminutive single bite royal cuisine, those of us spending our time eating on the street are more familiar with the soup that originates from it. We’re talking about Bun Bo Hue. Balance of flavours, usually seen in Vietnamese cuisine, gets thrown out […]

Danang Seafood Barn

by stickyrice @ Stickyrice

I like Danang. Whoever is in charge down there is making a nice city. Compared to Hanoi or Saigon it's a tad sterile, lacking that street-level frenzy and coating of old-world grime. But the traffic flows uncongested for the most...

Vietnam safety tips: Top 9 important advises for first-time travelers

Vietnam safety tips: Top 9 important advises for first-time travelers

by Phuong Tuyen @ xpath.co

Vietnam is not a difficult country to love. Most tourists who have been here have certainly found a piece of home in this nation. Matter of fact, some…

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Best of Saigon

Best of Saigon


Gastronomy

Ten quintessential Saigon foods that everyone’s gotta taste… 1. Cua Lot – Soft Shell Crabs Why: Because I dream about crustaceans smothered in a sweet and tart tamarind sauce ever…

Traditional Romanian Food for Beginners

by Chef @ World Travel Chef

Want to find out about traditional Romanian Food? It’s not just meat and potatoes. We were really happily surprised by traditional Romanian foods when we first arrived in Bucharest over 4 years ago. We immediately hunted down as many Romanian dishes as we could, eager, as always, to find the real food of the country not the multinational […]

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10 Top gym centers in Saigon Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam

by Định Nguyễn @ KIM TRAVEL

1o Top gym centers in Saigon Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam you should know  For many years, there was this belief that working out at the gym was only for people with a serious desire to build up muscle and strength and was a place where sweat, endeavor and pain were the key to achieving […]

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A Walk Along the Thị Nghè Canal

by Mike @ Saigon For 91 Days

Running along a curvy, eight-kilometer course which defines the northern border of central Saigon, the Thị Nghè Canal is an attractive waterway lined with sidewalks and exercise equipment. A walk along either side of the canal is one of the most pleasant and popular ways to spend an evening in Saigon.

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Daldongnae

by xiaoeatsadmin @ xiaoEats | Toronto Food Blog

One of the major food cravings I’m having during pregnancy has been Korean BBQ. Maybe it’s because of the salt, the scent of bbqing meat or just the indulgent flavour of fatty pork belly. Whatever the reason, I find myself daydreaming about grilled meat at least once a week. We’ve indulged a few times at

Top 40 Vietnamese Food Blogs & Websites | Vietnamese Cooking Blogs

Top 40 Vietnamese Food Blogs & Websites | Vietnamese Cooking Blogs


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Vietnamese Food Blog Best List. Keep up with Vietnamese recipes, Vietnamese food culture, Vietnamese dishes, Vietnamese cuisine, Vietnamese restaurants, Vietnamese food by following top Vietnamese Food sites.

The Yangtze River or Mekong River?

by Ben @ Wendy Wu Tours Blog

Two of Asia’s great rivers go head to head in an attempt to blow each other out of the water… so which will you choose? The Yangtze or the Mekong? The Yangtze River or Mekong River: the mighty Yangtze Facts The Yangtze holds the title of Asia’s longest river (and the third longest in the […]

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10 Best Foods in Quy Nhon and Where to Find Them

by Eleanor Nguyen @ The Christina's Blog

Last January, my friend invited me to visit her hometown in Quy Nhon. According to her words, she was born and raised in a peaceful coastal city in Binh Dinh province, where she would walk the unspoiled beaches every day in a beautiful dress, and drink a cocktail at a beach bar. This is exactly […]

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REASONS TO FALL IN LOVE WITH VIETNAM (PART TWO)

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

Scooters/Traffic Scooters are nothing special, they are everywhere on this planet. BUT scooters in Vietnam are a pretty big deal. We have around 90 million people in the country and guess what, nearly each of them owns a motorbike (excluding children and elders). Coming to Vietnam, you will see for yourself the lines of scooters […]

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Burgers in Ho Chi Minh City

by Vinh @ http://streetfoodiessaigon.com

While all of us at Street Foodies Saigon are complete street food evangelists, there are times when you need a good burger. Thankfully, Ho Chi Minh City has plenty of options to choose from! From humble greasy spoon types to fancy pants gourmet burgers, the city has them all. So we’ve compiled a list  places […]

The Best Value Hotels in Ho Chi Minh City

by fred wilson @ Back of the Bike Tours

After the best boutique hotels in Saigon, we decided to have a look at a cheaper selection of accommodation in our city. As always this is only based on our opinion nor this is a sponsored article/video by any of these hotels. Check out the...

Life on the Line: How to Visit Hanoi’s ‘Train Street’

by Dave @ Man Vs Globe

Clothes are hurriedly unpegged from the clotheslines spanning the width of the street, children are ushered indoors and mopeds are wheeled to the relative safety of doorways. In just a…

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Chen San Ding 陳三鼎青蛙鮮奶 – Best Bubble Milk Drink In Taipei, Near Gongguan Night Market

by admin @ DanielFoodDiary.com

[Taipei] Chen San Ding 陳三鼎青蛙鮮奶 has been widely reviewed to be the best bubble milk drink in Taipei. It is located near Gonguan Night Market, an area where the university students typically hang out. What? Not 50嵐, Chun Shui Tang 春水堂, ShareTea, 丸作 which all have more swanky shops and long list of beverages. While Chen San Ding is widely known to serve “bubble tea”, there is no tea in any of its offerings. The signature drink is called 青蛙撞奶, directly transported to “frog knocking against the milk”. No frogs are harmed in the process, as the boba (tapioca pearls) used are thought to resemble frog’s eggs. What you get is a cup of boba pearls, caramel, cold milk, with choice of ice. All drinks are affordable priced at TWD40, which works out to be SGD$1.80. This is what you call cheap and good. Upon holding the cup, I couldn’t help noticing that the bottom was warm while the top layer was cold. That is because the tapioca pearls are cooked on the spot in brown sugar, giving them the soft texture and lingering sweetened and caramalised taste. The pearls were indeed soft, sweet, chewy and you just couldn’t resist having more. Like having a mini-party in your mouth. It felt like a kind of stress-relieving munching on them. The milk itself was not that sweet, which made the entire cup kind of balanced. Other drinks such as Ai Yu Glass Jelly, Brown Sugar Glass Jelly, Lemon with Pearls, Green Bean with Pearls are available, all priced at TWD40. While you cannot choose your sugar level, you can have an option of with or without ice. I went early in the morning, and was faced with a queue of about 5 to 10 people. But it quickly got longer, though...

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A Traveler’s Guide to Quy Nhon

by Juliana Hahn @ The Christina's Blog

While Vietnam is becoming better known among international travelers, Quy Nhon is still not on most people’s radar. That’s why, if you are looking for a hidden spot to get to know the real Vietnam and explore some beautiful countryside and pristine beaches, Quy Nhon needs a place on your itinerary. Hop on a bus […]

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How to find the best streetfood in Hanoi?

How to find the best streetfood in Hanoi?

by Jaap van den Berg @ Blog - FoodNomadNL

Follow us on the street food tour in Hanoi and find the best places to try the Vietnamese food! In Hanoi the food is plentiful, it’s everywhere that you look and is an integral part of the livelihoods of many locals. 

Vietnamese Street Food and Markets in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam

Vietnamese Street Food and Markets in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam


Uncornered Market

A survey and video of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) street food and markets. Explore seafood and local specialties at Ben Thanh market day and night.

Yong Kang Beef Noodles 永康牛肉麺館 – One Of The Best Taiwanese Beef Noodles In Taipei

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[Taipei] Yong Kang Beef Noodles 永康牛肉麺館 is known to be one of the best Taiwanese beef noodle joints in Taipei, well-known for its spicy soup. This two-level restaurant serves up signature Beef Noodles with tender Australian beef and chewy noodles in a flavourful broth, definitively a winner judging by the line in front of this dining establishment. (The other famous shop in the neighbourhood is 老张牛肉麵店 Lao Zhang Beef Noodles.) I went at about 10:45am and there were about 2-3 people in the line. Thinking that it should be okay if I take a stroll around the neighbourhood, I returned at 11:00am only to see about 30 – 40 people in the queue already. Many of them brought along their luggage or entire families. Lesson learnt: Come early. Yong Kang Beef Noodles was founded back in 1963 by Mr. Cheng who originally from Szechuan in China. After he finished his military duties, Mr. Cheng decided to open a small stall at Yong Kang Street and sell beef noodles. The stall became an instant hit and started to attract both locals and people from China who moved here to Taipei City. After Mr. Cheng retired in the 1970s, the place was handed over to his protégé, Mr. Luo who is the current owner. As for the interior, it has not much changed over the years. There are dozens of tables and they are usually packed with customers. You will also see the counter with a menu to choose from. There is also a tourist-friendly English and Japanese menu with photos. Most of the tables are round and can accommodate up to 6 people. If you come solo or in a pair, you are likely to be seated with other patrons. Their signature dish is the Braised Beef with Noodles in Spicy...

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Rome – Ai Tre Scalini

by xiaoeatsadmin @ xiaoEats | Toronto Food Blog

Stephen and I attempted to have dinner at Ai Tre Scalini our first night in Rome, but seeing a queue outside paired with our growling stomachs we ended up across the street at Le Tavernelle instead that night. Being prepared for a wait, we tried again for our last meal in the city. This time,

Saigon For 91 Days: E-Book Travel Guide

by Mike @ Saigon For 91 Days

Jürgen and I spent three months living in Saigon, officially known as Ho Chi Minh City. It was our first time in Southeast Asia, and we were blown away by the culture, cuisine and people of this metropolis. Zipping around the city on scooters, exploring the Mekong Delta, sitting on the curb for another bowl […]

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How Much Czech Food Did We Eat on Our Epic Prague Food Tour?

by Daryl & Mindi Hirsch @ 2foodtrippers

We spent a full day eating our way around the Czech Republic’s glorious capital city on an epic Prague food tour. Was it fun? You bet. But how much Czech food did we eat? A weekend was not enough time for us to explore the charming city Prague. As slow travelers, we like to spend a month in each city that we visit. Prague is no exception to this rule. In an ideal world, we’d hang out at Prague cafes, wander aimlessly along the city’s ancient cobblestone streets and leisurely gaze ...

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Street food paradise in District 4 Ho Chi Minh City

by Định Nguyễn @ KIM TRAVEL

Street food paradise in District 4 (Saigon) Ho Chi Minh City VietNam The street food scene in (Saigon) Ho Chi Minh city permeates every district, neighborhood and alleyway: the city boasts so many street food outlets that, at times, Saigon feels like one gigantic, open-air restaurant. Every day, thousands of street-side eateries offer up delicious, […]

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Secret House – Authentic Home-Cooked Vietnamese Food In A Secret Garden, At Ho Chi Minh City

Secret House – Authentic Home-Cooked Vietnamese Food In A Secret Garden, At Ho Chi Minh City


DanielFoodDiary.com

Subscribe: [Ho Chi Minh City] Saigon (former name of HCMC) continues to welcome new dining establishment and Secret House is one on the radar for many foodies. Within a few months of opening, it has been favourably reviewed and loved. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The owner has a restaurant portfolio that is well loved, namely Mountain Retreat and Secret Garden. These are restaurants frequented by both locals and tourists looking for authentic Vietnamese food in a comfortable and rural setting, They all serve Vietnamese home cooked food, and are packed be it weekday or weekend, which says something about the quality of the restaurants they operate. Secret House is by no means different. You can expect nothing less from the artistic minds behind this restaurant. The main appeal lies in its rural decoration, where an inner courtyard has been smartly and creatively turned into an herb garden. Dark wooden furniture and old-school style tableware also add rustic charm to the dining experience. The menu is extensive, aiming for every day staples of Vietnamese cuisine. Photos are included along with English translation which makes for easy ordering. The dishes are of small portion thus great for sharing, suitable for those with a hankering for every flavour. One can start off with Guava Salad with Dried Baby Shrimp (85,000VND, SGD$5.09) that serves as a good palate cleanser. The guava provided a difference in texture as well as light sweetness to the mix without being overpowering. The right amount of bite for each piece of Deep Fried Sticky Rice (95,000VND, SGD$5.69) topped with sliced mushroom, dried pork floss and minced pork, dipped in chili sauce made another delightful appetizer. On almost every occasion that I have eaten there, this is a dish I order without fail: Fried... Continue Reading

Top 10 Rottweiler Blogs And Websites To Follow in 2018

by Anuj Agarwal @ Feedspot Blog 2018

Top 10 Rottweiler blogs Rottweiler Blogs List. The Best Rottweiler Blogs from thousands of Rottweiler blogs in our index using search and social metrics. We’ve carefully selected these websites because they are actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent updates and high-quality information. These blogs are ranked based on following criteria […]

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7 Tempat Menarik Wajib Dilawati Di Perth

by Muhammad Danial Bin Roslan @ Expedia Malaysia Travel Blog

Perth, Australia merupakan sebuah tempat yang menarik untuk dikunjungi dengan gabungan kemodenan bandaraya dan keindahan alam semulajadinya. Dengan cuaca yang baik di Perth banyak aktiviti yang boleh dilakukan disini. Perth atau Australia secara umumnya memang terkenal dengan kangaroo, namun selain itu ...

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myVillage – Charming Mall in Serangoon with Delicious Food Options

by Victoria Cheung @ Miss Tam Chiak

myVillage sits in the heart of Serangoon Gardens, one of Singapore’s most popular foodie haunts. Being part of this neighbourhood means that it has inherited a good part of that foodie heritage, translating into assurance that that every dining experience at myVillage will be nothing short of satisfying. Expect excellent quality, affordable prices, and unbeatable...

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Coffee Libre 커피리브레 – Hidden Award-Winning Cafe At Myeongdong Cathedral, Seoul

by admin @ DanielFoodDiary.com

[Seoul] When I needed a good coffee recommendation, food blogger Daniel (yeah, same name) from Seoul Eats took me to Coffee Libre 커피리브레at Hong Dae near Hongik University Station. The thing that makes Coffee Libre stand out from other coffee shops in the city is the fact that the owners are dedicated to coffee. This is from sourcing the best coffee beans in the world, and choosing to have different brewing methods. Established in 2012, Coffee Libre 커피리브레 is an independent coffee shop in Seoul with branches in Yeonnam-dong, Yeongdeung-po, Shinsegae, and Myeongdong. The name of the coffee shop comes from the Spanish word “libre”, which translates to Mexican luchador wrestlers. The icon on the cup did remind me of Jack Black’s character from the Mexican-American sports comedy film Nacho Libre. Coffee Libre grinds beans for every single cup of coffee, and they have participated in dozens of coffee-related events in the country. I have been to 3 different branches of Coffee Libre. Hong Dae’s branch has more indie vibes for coffee aficionados; Time Square has a much bigger space and appeals more to the young; while Myeongdong’s outlet is a hidden spot right in the middle of a tourist hub. This small branch of Coffee Libre in Myeongdong boasts a quite unusual location, as it is situated within the Myeong-dong Cathedral complex. Yes, right in front of the famous church. The interior is simple and cozy with several tables and a long bar. Guests can choose to either drink their coffee indoors or take it to go. They are especially known for sourcing their single-origin coffee beans via fair-trade directly, and obtaining highly regarded CoE (Cup of Excellence) beans as well. As one of the top independent roasters they participate in various coffee-related events in Korea, and top baristas...

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Saigon Food Tour - The journey of taste

Saigon Food Tour - The journey of taste


Saigon Food Tour

Explore the diversity of Saigon food to fulfill your Vietnamese foodie dream.

Spending Christmas in Saigon, Vietnam

by fred wilson @ Back of the Bike Tours

Christmas is nearly a month away, and can be trully a magical time in Vietnam (minus the snow). If you decided to spend our favorite holiday in the South of Vietnam, make sure to check out our video on what Xmas is really like like...

SBCD Korean Tofu House – Korean Soontofu Restaurant Offers NEW Unagi (Jang-Eo) Dishes, Starting from $5.90

by admin @ DanielFoodDiary.com

The one Korean dish that I enjoy for the level of comfort it brings is the Soontofu, the soft tofu stew with ingredients such as seafood and vegetables in a spicy broth. “Soon” in Korean means “soft”. SBCD Korean Tofu House is one of the few Soontofu specialty restaurants in Singapore, with branches at Tanjong Pagar Centre and a newly opened outlet at Millenia Walk. The Millenia Walk branch was HUGE (at least in Singapore’s context), with spacious interior, tall ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass windows, and open kitchen concept where you can observe the team of chefs preparing the soups. Don’t have to worry smelling like Korean stew as you walk out as the space is ventilated enough. One important highlight: At the back of the Korean restaurant is where the soft and silken tofu is made FRESH daily. The tofu you are eating is made right in the morning. The chefs from SBCD use special soybeans imported from Paju, South Korea. The area is said to be close to Korea’s Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and contains the freshest-tasting produce due to the untouched nature. Surprise, surprise. The Korean restaurant has also introduced NEW Jang-Eo (장어) dishes – fresh water eel imported from Korea. While the Jang-Eo is popular during the hot summer days in Korea, you seldom see it in Singapore, at least not yet. The NEW menu will comprise of 4 new Jang-Eo dishes including three under the dine-in menu and one for takeaway. Here are the food items you can expect: Unagi Main on Hotplate ($19.90++, with Soju $29.80++) The Koreans love their Jang-Eo – freshwater eel marinated in novelty sauces, with savoury and delicate taste. Called the “Jangeo-gui” which literally translates to “grilled eel”, the Koreans believe that eating this dish can help improve stamina and prevent heat...

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How To Shop Like a Local In Saigon?

by Phuoc Le @ Innoviet Travel

Shop like a local in Saigon, why not? Ho Chi Minh City, or much commonly known as Saigon, is a real mecca for shopping enthusiasts, but it is crazy, to tell you the truth. If you do not take some information or tips in hand, you will find yourself lost among stalls and stalls of

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Glorious Grilling – The Line-Up For This Year’s Big Grill Festival is Here

by Sarah Glascott @ TheTaste.ie

The Big Grill, Europe’s largest BBQ festival, is returning to Dublin’s Herbert Park in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 this August and our summer just got better. Now in its fifth year, The Big Grill celebrates...

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Vietnam Trip: Easy Weekend Getaways From Ho Chi Minh City

Vietnam Trip: Easy Weekend Getaways From Ho Chi Minh City

by Phuong Tuyen @ xpath.co

While we absolutely love Ho Chi Minh City, and  the hustle and bustle of this packed, hot and sometimes a bit crazy but always vibrant city, it can…

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Places within traveling distance of Saigon Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam

by Định Nguyễn @ KIM TRAVEL

Places within traveling distance of Saigon Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam   Romantically referred to by the French as the Pearl of the Orient, Ho Chi Minh City today is a super-charged city of sensory overload. Motorbikes zoom day and night along the wide boulevards, through the narrow back alleys and past vendors pushing handcarts […]

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Where I’m At: February, 2018 – Chiang Mai edition

by James Clark @ Nomadic Notes

[Where I’m At; a monthly update of what I’ve been up to, site news, and where I’m going next.] Greetings from Chiang Mai! I’m here on a visa run from Vietnam. There is a new direct flight between Saigon and Chiang Mai by Vietjet, so took the opportunity to try it out. It’s a much […]

Useful Information for First-time Visitors When Travelling To Vietnam-Le Duy Hotel, prime location in Ho Chi Minh

by Le Duy Hotel @ Le Duy Hotel

Useful Information for First-time Visitors When Travelling To Vietnam One of the most attractive features of Vietnam as a destination is that although it is a relatively inexpensive country to explore, it is also one of the safest destinations in Southeast Asia. Apart from the compelling history and culture, the natural beauty of Vietnam is...

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Saigon Street Food Guide

Saigon Street Food Guide


G Adventures Blog

Learn the ins and outs of street-side snacking and stall food in Saigon with Wanderer-in-Residence Jodi Ettenberg. Warning: Your mouth may water reading this post

Tempat Menarik di Melaka

by Muhammad Danial Bin Roslan @ Expedia Malaysia Travel Blog

Melaka sememangnya sebuah negeri yang terkenal dengan keunikannya kerana disini anda boleh melihat gabungan citarasa moden dan juga tradisional yang kaya dengan budaya dan sejarah. Dengan pelbagai tawaran yang menarik disediakan bagi pengunjung yang kesini, anda mungkin tertanya-tanya apakah yang ...

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Savory Vietnamese Dishes – A Look Into The “Bun” Family (Part Two)

by Duy Phan @ Saigon Food Tour

Following the last entry, us Saigon Food Tour is going to introduce you to more of the “Bun” family. But this time, these bowls of “Bun” will be more different and they are not so well-known by travellers as well. 3. Bún thịt nướng ( Chargrilled pork patties with herbs vermicelli ) I know we all like our […]

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45 Best Travel Blogging Tips

by Paula McInerney @ Contented Traveller

After nearly five years working as professional travel bloggers on Contented Traveller, we feel confident in sharing these 45 Best Travel Blogging Tips with you. We f…

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Rishikesh Vegan Food Hunt

by Maria Kelly @ Vegan Travel

I spent a total of 5 weeks in Rishikesh, India. 4 weeks studying yoga at Siddhi Yoga and 1 week exploring and enjoying.  My favorite vegan spot in Rishikesh is The Eat Story. I’ll talk about this spot first.  The Eat […]

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Top 10 places to visit in Bali

by gadt_admin @ Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

Bali is on top of popular destinations for travelers in Southeast Asia. Not only bring beautiful natural beauty, the island also owns a special culture. People often refer to Bali as “Island of the gods” because here, in the temples of Bali, people worship a lot of gods, with many […]

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Vietnamese Food for Beginners - World Travel Chef

Vietnamese Food for Beginners - World Travel Chef


World Travel Chef

Vietnamese Food blog and guide for beginners. Traveling to Vietnam and want to know what to eat? This simple guide lists 22 of the most common Vietnamese dishes you'll find in which regions. Dishes such as Pho Bo, Oc, Com Ga Mi quang, Cau lau and white rose of Hoi An.

10 NEW Restaurants Singapore January 2018 – Hawaiian Pancakes, German Burgers, And Korean Grill Meats

by admin @ DanielFoodDiary.com

Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao Ngee Ann City #B2-36A, 391 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238873 (Orchard MRT) Tel: +65 6733 3229 Opening Hours: 11:00am – 10:00pm Daily NEW Outlet At Ngee Ann City B2 Great to have Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao back at Ngee Ann City, which is a constant favourite for family meals. This is especially when we need to satisfy Xiao Long Bao cravings in the heart of town. In terms of food choices, the restaurant continues to specialize in Northern Chinese specialties – as its name suggest La Mian and Xiao Long Bao dumplings; along with meat and seafood dishes from around the Jiangnan region. The specialty is the Hainanese Chicken Xiao Long Bao ($6.80) which incorporates the Singapore signature dish of Hainanese Chicken Rice into their famed Chinese dumplings. To complete the experience, I would recommend dipping the dumpling into the specially made ginger paste, then let the entire piece burst in your mouth. Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao (Ngee Ann City) Food Exchange Novotel Singapore On Stevens, Orchard District, 28 Stevens Road, #01-01, Singapore 257878 Tel: +65 6491 6100 Impressive International Buffet At Novotel Singapore on Stevens The international buffet restaurant is located on the 2nd storey of the new hotel located in the prestigious Stevens Road neighbourhood. Ready for some fresh sashimi and seafood, hot cooking stations serving up Eggs Benedict, Risotto, Foie Gras, and BBQ and Grill? You must leave some room for the roast meats, which I thought was a cut (pardon the pun) above the rest. The Sunday Family Brunch from 12:00pm – 3:00pm is priced at $78++ or $128++ with free flow Moet Champaign, Rose wine, Red wine, White wine and Draft Beer. HSBC Card Holders enjoy 50% OFF the 2nd diner till 28th...

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Stavanger in Norway is the City of Street Art

by Paula McInerney @ Contented Traveller

Stavanger in Norway is the City of Street Art. This affluent city has an edginess to it that we were not expecting when we arrived on their National Independence Day. The …

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Bowl of Funk: A Little Memoir on Texture

by stickyrice @ Stickyrice

The range of foods I can process has widened after so long in Vietnam. As a child, I had fairly typical aversions to certain vegetables, none of which have continued into my adult life. For no apparent reason that I...

Saigon Street Food

Saigon Street Food


Lick My Spoon

There is a good reason why even hardened eaters like Anthony Bourdain have fallen so in love with the cuisine of Vietnam. It’s fresh, vibrant, varied, and satisfying without feeling gluttonously heavy.

Canals in Amsterdam are frozen and making your way around town has never been so fun

by Brittsworld @ Vegan Travel

As if the streets of Amsterdam could become any more beautiful. Here I am standing on the crackling ice surrounded by the most beautiful architecture. Children chasing each other on the ice as they slip around the corner. As I […]

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Hanoi nightlife turn right tour

by gadt_admin @ Blog's GoAsiaDayTrip

“Hanoi nightlife turn right” tour “Hanoi nightlife turn right” tour takes you to explore a different Hanoi at night with just nearly turn-right route. What makes the tour special is, in your journey, you just need to turn right to discover various streets to feel a very different Hanoi. Now, […]

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The Pros and Cons of Vietnam Backpacking

The Pros and Cons of Vietnam Backpacking

by Bach Loan @ xpath.co

Gone are the days when money is just spent on acquiring properties or buying expensive stuff. Nowadays, most probably a huge chunk of your money is allotted for…

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The Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City

by fred wilson @ Back of the Bike Tours

If you are following us on our YouTube Channel (and you should!) you probably would have watched all of our top 5 already. Our goal as always is to provide travelers with the best spots, according to us, for various Vietnamese street food or activities here...

A Few Tips on Safety- Le Duy Hotel, prime location in Ho Chi Minh

by Le Duy Hotel @ Le Duy Hotel

A Few Tips on Safety You may read some stories of theft and snatching in Ho Chi Minh City. And just like any fast and busy city, there’s always going to be a risk of carrying belongings with you. One of the main safety concerns in Ho Chi Minh City are thieves swiftly swinging by on motorbikes...

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Insider Guide: Vietnam's street food

Insider Guide: Vietnam's street food


InsideVietnam Blog

From banh tom in the north to banh mi in the south: let us give you an introduction to Vietnam's most delicious street food.

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