1. Grilled skewers
In the evening, if you ask the young Saigoner where to go, you will definitely hear them say, “Go eat grilled!” Indeed, this is not only the most favorite dish of Sai Gon but also a Interesting group activities for the young. Whether it’s hot or cold, the feeling of sitting next to the charcoal grill, “absorbing” the barbecue, grilling corn and chatting with friends while waiting for cooked meat will make an exciting evening. Especially, Saigon also has barbecue grills at 5,000 dong / beef, which is the highlight of the barbecue in Saigon. Besides grilled, fried skewers such as fried fish fried beef fried beef are also favorite Saigon cuisines that can’t be missed out.
Panda BBQ – 1Bis Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1. Open from 16h – 22h30.
Happy BBQ – 146 Ly Chinh Thang, Ward 7, District 3. The restaurant is open from 17 hours 22 hours
Jumbo BBQ – 1049 Binh Quoi, Ward 28, Binh Thanh District. The restaurant is open from 17 to 23 o’clock.
2. Stir fried corn
This kind of dish is simple but still “fascinated”. Not discuss about the taste, corn fried gravy from its look. A golden incubator of corn is mixed with some green scallions of green onion, a little red brick of dried shrimp, fried shrimp as harmony as a work of art. That’s not to say, because you can enjoy this work anywhere, from the sidewalk to the luxury restaurants.
99A Tran Van Dang, Ward 9, District 3. The restaurant is open from 17:00 to 1:00 am the next morning
3. Roll Salad
If the afternoon you are not hungry but you don’t want to eat too much to spoil the appetite for dinner, the you should remember the shrimp salad and the beautiful sausage. This traditional Vietnamese dish has appeared in the Top 50 best food in the world in 2011. It is enough to prove the deliciousness and appeal of this type of food, not only for the Saigon people but also with foreign visitors.
Giong Hoon Ngon Ngon – 322/13 An Duong Vuong, Ward 4, District 5.
Quan Hoi Manh Hanh – 420A Hoa Hao, Ward 5, District 10.
Pí Vàng Ben & Pia Beef – 142 Lam Van Ben, District 7