To try real Vietnamese street food you’ll have to get out of the tourist centre. In this post, we are going to recommend 3 foods we had tried during our short stay in Nha Trang, and we think you should too!
Vit Tiem 69 Bach Dang is particularly popular for its duck hotpot, which is served with vegetables, rice noodles, chopped lemongrass, as well as Nha Trang’s signature fish sauce. Drawing a predominantly Vietnamese crowd, the menu here is not in English so it’s best to just point out what is ordered by the neighbouring tables. Expect to pay about VND 300,000 for your meal, which is inclusive of drinks, sauce, and vegetables.
Opening Hours: Daily 11:00 – 00:00
Address: 69 Bach Dang Street, Nha Trang
Known as Vietnamese crepes (translated as “sizzling cake”), Bánh Xèo is one of the popular snacks widely eaten by the locals as well as tourists. A much as the style of Bánh Xèo is made vary somewhat throughout Vietnam, the ones in Nha Trang often prepared it with seafood. In Nha Trang, we had the biggest (25-centimeter of diameter) and probably the most delicious Bánh Xèo in Vietnam.
Opening Hours: Daily 16:00 till ingredients sold out
Address: 85 Tô Hiến Thành, Tân Lập, Thành phố Nha Trang, Khánh Hòa 650000, Vietnam
How could we miss out dessert?! Just opposite the street where we ate duck hotpot, we chanced upon a small dessert shop which served awesome, creamy avocado ice-cream.
All these places are less than 15-minutes walk from our hostel, Mozjo Dorm, in Nha Trang. If you happened to stay there, do check out these hidden gems and much more from their street food map.