Let a local guide wearing a traditional Ao Dai take you through the city, showing you the best spots for the street food that Ho Chi Minh is famous for!
About your host, Natalie: Traveling as a local gender advocate myself, I set up a #GirlPower team - an all-female riders group committed to giving you an unforgettable experience when you come to Saigon on our scooters while tasting the best of Vietnamese cuisine.
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"Cheo Leo" house - Home business pride
Admire how locals brew the coffee with a cloth strainer and a clay pot. Get her drinks, hear their pride story about the war and the coffee culture
Banh Cuon - Steamed rice paper wrap
This is a tasty steam rice paper wrapped with pork, mushroom and cooked right in front of your eyes. No hidden kitchen. Try cooking yourself for fun.
Banh Trang Nuong - Grilled rice paper
This is is the favor of the local youngsters and they often eat it when hangout with their friends. A local drink you haven't tried will be served too.
Nuoc Mia - Sugar Cane Juice
The tasty sugar cane juice which is often made with kumquat or small lime. This is favored by the locals and travelers worldwide
Bo La Lop - Grilled Beef wrapped in Betel Leaves
In the vibrant street food street of Co Giang, this one is favored among the locals for its taste and special sauce. Food is served with local veggie and sauce.
Kem Xoi Dua or Che - Sticky Rice Ice Cream or Sweet Soup
Kem Xoi Dua is a great combination of the sticky rice and coconut ice cream. Eat when standing or sitting on small seat in the most local atmosphere