Checking Off the List: Dinner in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

Thursday, June 4, 2015

 

When planning my eating adventures in Vietnam, I ALWAYS relied on the blogger community. Here are just some of the blogs I used while traveling through Vietnam:

 

With all this advice this is how I have eaten in Vietnam…

 

Hanoi:

 

Bun Cha

 

Hanoi Food Tour

 

Pho GaΒ 

 

Hanoi Food Tour

 

Banh Cuon

 

Hanoi Food Tour

 

Bun Bo Nam Bo

 

Hanoi Food Tour

 

 

The Buffalo Run FEASTS:

90% of the time time I had no idea what I was eating, but it was all AMAZING!

 

 

Hoi An:

 

Bahn Mi

 

Hoi An

 

 

Banh Bao Banh Vac

 

Hoi An

 

Banh Beo

 

Hoi An

 

Banh XeoΒ *So wish I had more than a iPhone pic πŸ™

 

 

Banana Flower Salad

 

Hoi An

 

Cau Lao

 

Hoi An

 

 

Man! am I] going to miss the food inΒ Hoi An!Β But it was time to continue my journey and head toΒ Ho Chi Minh! I flew (didn’t want to take a 12+ hour train ride) and the ride was pretty uneventful, until I went to pick up my checked bag. I grabbed my backpack and INSTANTLY SMELLED FISH.

Omg.

I then saw the culprit. Someone’s styrofoam container of, I’m assuming, RAW FISH, started to leak and spilt ALL OVER MY BOOK BAG.

I smelled like fish bait. Kill me.

After trying to disinfect my book bag (it didn’t really work), I was HUNGRY!Β Still needing to check off some traditional Vietnamese dishes off my food “To Do” list, Β I headed toΒ 195 Co GiangΒ forΒ Bun Thit Nuong.Β The dish literally means, “noodles with grilled meat”, and that is totally what you get! Oh, and a ton of veggies too!

 

Bun Thit Nuong

 

Bun Thit Nuong

 

 

 

The dish reminded me a lot of Bun Bo Nam Bo, but more meat and less crunchy elements.

 

 

Tomorrow I squeeze in a quick tour of Ho Chi Minh before heading to Phnom Penh, Cambodia!

 

 


Love always, Arianna the Wandering Pipette

 

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Checking off the List: Dinner in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
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Summary of my food adventure in Vietnam, ending with my dinner in Ho Chi Minh.
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