Hoi An and Street Food

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Little grilled pork vendor. You will make your own spring rolls when sitting on a small plastic chair in the street. Around 10,000vnd/stick.

I spent more time exploring street food during my last month trip in Hoi An.
The food did not let me disappointed.
Yummy and cheap and fresh.

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“Slap paper rice” dish. Bánh tráng đập. Simply crispy rice paper on top and back covered a fresh rice paper in the  middle. Dip in a spicy soy sauce. Lots of peppers. Yes.

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Oyster and crispy rice paper with spicy soy sauce. Fresh sea food. That amount can totally make you full.

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One of many delicious desserts there is sweet corn soup – chè bắp. Just corn and sugar. Not too sweet. 5,000vnd/small bowl.

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No clue for its English name. So good and fresh. Boiled with lemongrass and salt. Eating with spicy fish sauce. Spicy sauce is everywhere in Hoi An.

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Chicken rice. Simple dish. Simple ingredients. Chickens, steamed rice with chicken stock. Herbs. Peppers. Papaya salad. Free tea. 20,000vnd/small plate and 40,000vnd/big plate. One of my favorite stall is 12 Phan Chu Trinh – cơm gà bà Buội.

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Bánh căng – little Vietnamese pancakes made from rice flour. Eating with fresh vegetable and spicy fish sauce.

Oh well. I ate more than those. I can come back and check other dishes 🙂

By Angela Thao Huynh – Posted from WordPress for Android

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