Night food courts are part of the unique culture of the city known as “Sleepless Saigon.”
Although street food is everywhere in Ho Chi Minh City, you can find it everywhere, but Saigon people still gather to have fun in night markets with a variety of dishes and drinks because they have both delicious and cheap sidewalk dishes. have seats. So where are these areas?
Tan Dinh Market Night Food Area
Address: 336 Hai Ba Trung, Tan Dinh, District 1, City. Ho Chi Minh City
Price: 60,000 – 90,000 VND
Opening hours: 17h00 – 2h00
Tan Dinh Market is located right on the bustling Hai Ba Trung Street. During the day, the market sells essential goods such as: dry food stalls, cloth shops, tailor shops, gold shops, flower shops; From afternoon to evening, the main market is selling food and fruit.
The food here is attractive to many domestic and foreign tourists. If you have the opportunity to pass by the market at night, you will feel the bustling and vibrant atmosphere with a series of crowded shops. Famous dishes that you must try when visiting the market can be mentioned such as: cartilage rib porridge, frog porridge, broken rice, chicken rice, all kinds of tea, … Especially, recently the market has appeared more Sidewalk water shops attract many people to come and enjoy.
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Ho Thi Ky Market
Address: Alley 52 Ho Thi Ky, Ward 1, District 10, City. Ho Chi Minh City
Price: 40,000 – 50,000 VND
Opening hours: All day
Ho Thi Ky Market is located deep in an alley in District 10 and is famous as a “mecca” for eating and drinking that is loved by Saigon people with unique snacks that are delicious – nutritious – cheap.
Coming here, you can try a lot of delicious dishes converging 3 regions North – Central – South. Unique dishes such as: Cambodian vermicelli, vermicelli Bo Choc, noodle soup with snails, bubble potatoes, Siamese sticky rice, duck seeds with coconut water, mussel porridge, fried rice cakes, egg rolls, … with cheap prices. lol” from 10,000 VND/dish. And yet, the market also weighs dishes from Thailand, Korea to Japan. All will make you fall in love the first time you enjoy it.
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Food court on Van Kiep street
Address: Van Kiep, Ward 3, Binh Thanh District
Price: 10,000 – 90,000 VND
Opening hours: Bustling from about 5am
Just going from the beginning of Van Kiep Street, you will encounter sidewalk shops with dozens of different dishes. For a long time, the food on this street has been famous and seems to be getting busier and busier!
Photo: @kentran1074, Meo Nguyen
Photo: @nhudaupu, @rotreviewsaigon, @chuyencuaneo
Coming here, it is difficult for you to choose which restaurant to eat because every 1km brings together more than 20 dishes. Therefore, this place is a familiar destination for many young “gourmets” in Saigon. If you come to explore this road, you should definitely not miss dishes such as snails, crab soup, grilled spring rolls, broken rice, dumplings, sticky rice, giant cheese jelly milk tea…
Photo: Anh Thi, @chuyencuaneo, Bao Bao, Nguyen Anh Kiet
Food court on Nguyen Gia Tri street
Address: Nguyen Gia Tri, Ward 25, Binh Thanh District
Price: 10,000 – 200,000 VND
Opening hours: Starting from 16h
This road is certainly not strange to foodies, especially students. This place gathers many luxurious restaurants to sidewalk shops with all prices for you to choose from.
Photo: Phan Duy, Thai Hoang Thanh Thao
The most prominent dishes when visiting here are the grilled goods such as: grilled skewers, grilled sweet potatoes, grilled chicken legs, grilled rice paper… the number must be over a dozen, but every row is full of seats. And yet, Korean dishes such as spicy chicken with cheese sauce, tokbokki hot pot and fast foods like burger or spaghetti are also dishes that attract many young people.
Photo: @chesepasta.vietnam, Luu Anh Khoa, @lanwiththi, @chuyencuaneo, Do Nguyen Phat Dat
Keyword: 4 famous night food courts in Ho Chi Minh City with recent emerging dishes