Regarded as the central urban district in Ho Chi Minh City, District 1 owns numerous delicious food. After that, we would like to provide you with more details about where to eat in district 1 Ho Chi Minh City.
Cá viên Sơn Ca (Son Ca fish ball)
The address of Son Ca fish ball is No.24 Vo Thi Sau street, Tan Dinh ward, district 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Despite being a small restaurant, Son Ca is highly appreciated by many people. The space of pavement is suitable for friend gathering at the weekend. Son Ca has all these factors with popular dishes such as fish ball, beef ball, crab, quail egg, mozzarella sticks and char-grilled minced prawn on sugar canes (chạo tôm). In particular, this food is served with crispy cucumber. In addition to the basic sauce, you can enjoy satay and tomato sauce.
Ốc Đào (Dao snail)
Dao snail restaurant is situated at the lane 212B Nguyen Trai, District 1 and No.132 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Dao snail not only draws Saigon gourmets but also many visitors from various regions in the first trip to Saigon. The attraction mainly comes from the quality of the snail and the cooking method. Fresh and firm snails are carefully processed according to the traditional recipes to create delicious and attractive taste. Although the price is also higher than other places, it is worth trying this dish if you go to Ho Chi Minh City.
Khoai lang chiên Kammui (Kammui Fried Sweet Potato)
Kammui fried sweet potato is located at No.87B De Tham, Co Giang Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Some typical dishes include fried sweet potato with salted dry apricot powder with the sweet and sour flavor that make the food less greasy and sliced sweet potato with the crispy crust and the soft inside part that enhances the appetite of diners.
Súp cua nhà thờ Đức Bà (Notre Dame Cathedral Crab Soup)
The address of Notre Dame Cathedral Crab Soup is No.84 Nguyen Du, Ben Thanh Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
This food stall only includes a carrying pole with a load and some plastic stool, but its fame spread throughout the city and the crab soup here becomes one of the favorite street foods of the locals and tourists as well. The special thing is that this dish is eaten with century eggs. The buttery taste of century eggs blended with the sweet flavor of crab soup creates a unique dish that is attractive to the majority of diners.
Há cảo (Teochew dumpling)
This restaurant is situated at the corner of Tran Khac Chan street, Tran Khanh Du, Tan Dinh ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
The position of this restaurant is not really favorable, at the T-junction but extremely crowded with a cabinet containing a variety of food. Both steamed and fried teochew dumpling are attractive. Teochew dumpling is not mixed with much flour to keep the taste of meat. Then, the dish is dusted with fried dry onion. The price for this food is quite reasonable, only 3,000 VND a piece.
Kem mật ong Lu’creme (Lu’creme honey cream)
No.79 Tran Hung Dao street, Cau Ong Lanh ward, District 1 is the address of Lu’creme honey cream.
This honey ice cream also contains many ingredients such as cereal, walnut and aloe. In addition, the most special component is a needle filled with honey. It’s great to enjoy the ice cream created by crunchy walnut soft and smooth aloe together with slightly sweet honey.