Experience real life in the city as you wander down narrow streets, discover hidden gems and taste the most authentic local dishes on scooters driven by a group of girl-riders!
About your host, Natalie: "A motorbike rider, a foodie, a gender advocate, those words sum up me. I set up a #GirlPower team: an all-female riders group committed to giving you an unforgettable experience when you come to Saigon while tasting the best of Vietnamese cuisine on our scooters ."
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Vietnamese Barquette - The legendary Vietnamese barquette
"That's a symphony in a sandwich" - is how Anthony Bourdain described this food. Banh Mi is an airy and crunchy baguette, stuffed with grilled meats, vegetables, and sauces
Banh Xeo - Vietnamese Yellow Pancakes
Thin, crispy rice flour pancake, topped with shrimp, pork and mung bean. Banh Xeo is served with fresh herbs and refreshing dipping fish sauce
Nuoc Mia - Sugarcane Juice
This is a popular tropical drinks that often found in the street corner of Vietnam that you haven't noticed. Made with sugarcane and a slice of kumquat
Banh Trang Tron - Rice Paper Salad
This is a yummy combination of the liver, garlic, shallot, soy sauce, five-spice powder, sugar, pepper, chicken stock in a large bowl
Nuoc Dua Tac - Fresh Coconut with Kumquat
Tasty, thirsty-free preferred tropical local drink in Vietnam
Bun Bo Hue - Vietnamese Hue beef Noddle
If you did try the famous "Pho", time to taste a hidden Vietnamese gem that has yet to “make it” in mainstream. Tasty is not enough to say about this noddle bowl