Of course, anywhere we go, I do not think we had the real taste of the locality's authentic cuisine till we try out any street stall.
Remember the Malaysian lady we met at Parkson's? She gave us the address for this Vietnamese Beef Noodles stall. I was glad to know when we arrived at the stall, it was located exactly opposite the park nearby the hotel I stayed back in 2008. At the same park too we shot some scenes for 3R Intern to Vietnam.
Here's the address:
191, Hai Ba Trung.
(Do not worry, just ask the cab driver to find it for you, he will see the number of address in between shoplots.)
With Ummi. The chairs were tiny and all the tables, foldable. This means that when business is over the location will be clean like no activity took place there.
Bottles of Chilli and Soy Sauce and a jar of Chilli Paste. Wherever there's chilli that is good enough for me! =)
Hot, steaming beef noodles. Great to be eaten for breakfast. An adequate portion of noodles and sufficient number of juicy beef strips. VND 15,000 (RM 2.85). Really should try, so tasty especially when you couple it with hot Vietnamese coffee. I also love the vintage bowl that they used.
Herbal leaves and lime to add more zest to the taste.
Beansprouts. Urm, I didn't need these, I hate taugeh.