Street Foods Under $1 in Hanoi, Vietnam – Street Food Dollar Menu

Vietnam food: Street Foods Under $1 in Hanoi, Vietnam – Street Food Dollar Menu

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Today, I will show you one dollar street food menu with all mouth-watering dishes that are less than $1:
1. Pork skewer – Thit xien nuong
Address: 71 Ho Dac Di, Hanoi
Price: 9000vnd/skewer

2. Honey buttered Banh Mi – Banh mi mat ong
Address: 71 Ho Dac Di, Hanoi
Price: 5000vnd/half of the banh mi 🙂

3. Fried fermented pork – Nem chua ran
Address: No 2, 4C alley, Dang Van Ngu street, Hanoi
Price: 20,000vnd/4 nem

4. Che
Address: 112B5 Trung Tu, Hanoi
Price: 20,000vnd/glass

5. Fried pillow dumpling- Banh Goi
Address: 112B5 Trung Tu, Hanoi
Price: 13,000vnd/each

6. Banh Duc
Address: 108B1, Trung Tu, Hanoi
Price: 20,000vnd/small bowl, 25,000vnd/big bowl

7. Rib porridge- Chao suon
Address: 108B1, Trung Tu, Hanoi
Price: 10,000vnd/small bowl 15,000vnd/big bowl

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20 Responses to "Street Foods Under $1 in Hanoi, Vietnam – Street Food Dollar Menu"

  1. There are no government food hygiene guidelines in Vietnam, even in the high end expensive restaurants.

    Food vendors are everywhere. They are on street shoulders, on sidewalks or in alleys. You don’t know the freshness or food ingredients that they use. Most of street vendors prepare foods with their dirty bare hands. Some wear plastic bag on one hand but they also touch everything else with that same bag still on their hands. Obviously, the bags are used to protect the hands, not foods..

    They wash dirty dishes/chopsticks/spoons by dip those dirty stuffs in a small bucket of water then wipe the water off with rag, They repeat this again and again… for the next customers without changing the water or the dirty rag.

    Lack of food hygiene in Vietnam have caused severe intestinal illness and other serious transmitted diseases due to un-sanitized dirty dishes and foods expose to dirt, gasoline, smoke, fly, insect, virus, bacteria…etc..

    Vietnam has struggled with viral hepatitis epidemic for decades. According to the World Health Organization, Vietnam is one of 11 countries that bear half the world’s chronic viral hepatitis burden. Seven out of ten Vietnamese have hepatitis at some point in their life.

    Be very careful when you eat and drink in Vietnam. Hepatitis, meningitis, lever disease, stomach/colon cancer are the silent killers. Normally, there are too late when you know that you have had them.

  2. 我在中国大陆福建,我住处附近就有一个越南肠粉,被你说得,也想去尝试一下了。虽然我之前就吃过广东的肠粉。

  3. Hey beautiful girl, you made me feel hungry, can you open restaurant so that I can go to VN visit you.I from Atlanta USA
    have a wonderful day.GOD blessing you

  4. All the food you introduced is pork. My stomach can't take it. I have to stick to beef, chicken and I also like vegetarian dishes. You should have introduced these dishes too. I know Vietnam is big on Vegetarian dishes too. I'm not so keen on fish as well.

  5. You probably would have a higher "like" count but you've included a nearly two minute advert for travel insurance in the "Grilled pork skewer" section. Sneaky and dishonest.

  6. I love your channel … I just spent 3 weeks travelling and filming in your stunning country, i just fell in love with it. I can't wait to go back … I loved Hanoi ❤️


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