Five dishes that you should try when visiting the Tan Dinh Market
Tan Dinh Market is one of the most important trading places in Ho Chi Minh City. Built in 1926, it is also one of the oldest markets in the city. Not only the busy selling and buying activities, it owns also a fascinating food scene. In Tan Dinh Market, you can fill your stomach with many of the city’s best foods.
The iconic star of Ho Chi Minh’s culinary scene could be found in Tan Dinh Market. On one side of the market, the one bounded by Nguyen Huu Cau Street, you can easily find the authentic Chinese hủ tiếu stall in which you can taste a perfect bowl of the hủ tiếu.
Bánh canh bò viên (noodles with beef meatballs)
At the end of Nguyen Van Nguyen Road, a nearby road to Tan Dinh Market, there is a street restaurant which is the favorite place for many people after their working day. The opening hour starts at 15 to 19 o’clock every day. The star of their menu is bánh canh bò viên.
Dimsum is a popular dish rooted from China. However, it has been rendered when coming to the north of Vietnam. Instead of serving right after steamed, dim sum is fried, simmering into soup or complimented with noodles. On one side of Tam Dinh Market, you can find yourself a unique bowl and an own
Bún Thịt Nướng (Grilled barbeque)
On Nguyen Huu Cau street, you can try a fine bowl of bún thịt nướng (grilled meat with vermicelli) – which is a significant dishes of Sai Gon. The superb feature of bún thịt nướng is that the meat is done with a soft textile and a distinct aroma.
Congee is an easy and simple dish but very favored. And Tan Dinh market is the haven of meat congee stalls. You can find the best congee in Tan Dinh Market on the pavement right in front of the market’s main entrance.
With an amazing food scene, Tan Dinh Market is an ideal destination for city tours in Ho Chi Minh City.