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November 13, 2019, 8:59 am

Cheap foreign specialties available on Saigon pavements Tin ảnh

(15:43:43 PM 11/10/2014)
( - Sidewalk shops selling special dishes of many countries such as Japanese sushi, Hong Kong breakfast and German sausages are available for reasonable prices.

Sidewalk stalls selling foreign food at affordable prices are very popular in Saigon today.


A Japanese sushi shop on Nguyen Van Cu Road, District 5, is always packed at night.


Mr. Hieu, the owner of this restaurant said: "Although this is a sidewalk stall, I have worked for six years at a Japanese restaurant to learn the processing secrets. With only VND5 million ($250) for the floor, my sushi is quality, up to Japanese criteria, but the price is very affordable”.


At sidewalk restaurants, food is processed in front of diners. According to the owner, this gives Vietnamese customers an exciting experience with imported food.


The sidewalk sushi is priced from VND20,000-VND110,000/serving. The shop attracts many young people, office workers, and people with low income.


Sauce bottles for bringing home at sidewalk food stalls.


The grilled squid cake (Takoyaki) shop on Nguyen Thai Hoc road, District 1, is a destination for many diners who love Japanese snacks.


The shop sells many kinds of Japanese cakes.


Each cake is priced just VND7,000 ($0.3).


Mr. Duy, the owner, said he wanted to give Saigon diners new dishes at cheap prices.


A Hong Kong breakfast shop is located on a small corner on Nguyen Van Cu road, District 5, a familiar address of young people.


The food here is not "fully" Hong Kong. It is changed a little to fit the taste of Vietnamese people. 


This shop is always crowded. The owner said he sells 300-600 types of breakfast products for only VND5,000 each.


For two years, local people have been familiar with a truck parked on Phan Xich Long road, Phu Nhuan District, which belongs to Klaus Rutt of Germany. 


The price is VND35,000 for sausages of all types.


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