Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Hoang Yen restaurant, Ho Chi Minh

My husband local counterpart was recommended us to this good restaurant in Ho Chi Minh, dishes served there are delicious and yummy..
- We like to eat this vegetable, can't find it here, and it has a nice name- Thousand miles...little tini flower vege..

-Thousand miles vege sauted with beef and garlic


- Salted chicken and spring onion, the spring onion is super sweet...
-pickled vege

-Vietnamese Fried spring rolls


- very nice vege plating

- this fried prawn spring roll is super delicious..

- I forgot to take note this restaurant address, but this restaurant is easily found as it just located at the same row of Renaissance Hotel..
- Too bad, we can't order many dishes as only two of us...

11 comments:

Anncoo said...

WOW..Wonderful meal! My grandma was a vietnamese Chinese, she used to fried rice and wrap with lettuce.

reanaclaire said...

oohhh..last time i took all road side stalls and coffeeshops style only in hcm... didnt go restaurants .. the food looked sumptious la.. their speciality in viet is spring rolls, right? everywhere sure got ...

~Rachel~ said...

I like the vege and the fried prawn spring roll, look so yummy..^_^

米亚 said...

Hi... been busy lately with painting new house but not too busy to steal some time on learning your teow chew ducks! yum!!!!!!! I noticed vietnamese likes really strong flavours... that spring roll looks yum... they must have cook it with sugar cane... didnt they?

Little Corner of Mine said...

The thousand mile veggie is so interesting looking. I would love to try it! Not see it here too.

Sonia said...

Ancoo, fried rice with lettuce, sound delicious.

Reanaclaire, their restaurant's price is much cheaper than the Chinese restaurants here, next time you should try it.

Rachel, both are super delicious.

Mia, Alex must be very happy since he is duck lover, have you move into new house already? Later possible to show us some of your new house photos? Ya, the spring roll is very nice, but not with sugarcane, is with fresh prawn..

LCOM, really interesting veggie, maybe you should ask this veggie when you visit Vietnam restaurant in your place in one day..

nyonya pendek melaka said...

Hmm..the thousand miles veggie is so interesting! Have never heard or seen it before until now.

sh said...

The thousand miles veggie, my family calls it egg flower (gai tan fah). You can occasionally find it in the wet markets at the stalls which also sells wild herbs. We like to cook it in a clear ikan bilis broth with some beaten eggs. It is supposed to be good for the eyesight.

Sonia said...

nyonya pendek melaka, this is an interesting veggie and it taste very nice.

Sh, Thank you for the info, never know it has another name, but I never see this veggie in my area's market, where are you staying? i thinking to buy some.

温馨小屋 said...

oh..."gai tan fah"...i never heard this b4...
Sonia, if u know where can get it, help me to buy some...ok?

Colin Woon said...

Most local recommendations are usually good. I'm curious about that "Thousand Miles Vege", I have not seen that before. What does the taste and texture remind you of?

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