12 Must-try Afternoon Snacks in Ho Chi Minh City

12 Must-try Afternoon Snacks in Ho Chi Minh City, Saigon/HoChiMinh City, Vietnam (B)

Ho Chi Minh City is renowned as the heaven of delicious food for over years. In the blog of Saigon Food: 12 Must-Eat Dishes and Where to Find Them, I recommend you guys 12 main courses in Saigon (an old name of Ho Chi Minh City). This time, it turns to be an authentic ‘Saigonese’ with 12 popular afternoon snacks in Ho Chi Minh City.

To begin with, having a snack in the afternoon, in Vietnamese, is called as “ăn nhẹ” or “ăn xế”, which means spending a bit of money (ranging around VND 30,000) to have a tasty and fast food during break time. Actually, “ăn xế” in Vietnam is something that becomes a point of our culture. The time to take the afternoon snack varies but ranges from 3 pm to over 6 pm. And the reason why people choose this section of time is easy, it’s in break time, and it’s perfect to fill up a stomach with something gentle but scrumptious.

In my country, there are countless choices that you can take to have a tasty “ăn xế” with affordable prices ranging from VND 1,000 to VND 50,000. Another plus point for an afternoon snack is that you can find these dishes in any corners of the city. Yet, having a snack is easy but to know a good place for a particular snack is another story. Therefore, let’s follow me and I’ll disclose where to make your snack time enjoyable! ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: 12 Must-try Afternoon Snacks in Ho Chi Minh City
Guide Location: Vietnam » Saigon/HoChiMinh City
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Khoi Nguyen
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • 38 Nguyen Thuong Hien, ward 5, district 3.
  • The area of Turtle Lake, Cong Truong Quoc Te street, district 1.
  • Súp Cua Hạnh
  • Around the Notre Dame Cathedral of Saigon
  • Súp Cua Thuỳ
  • Ha Ton Quyen street, district 5
  • Tân Tòng Lợi – 311 Vo Van Tan street, ward 5, district 3
  • Saigon Train Station, no. 1 Nguyen Thong street, ward 9, district 3
  • Phá Lấu Cô Thảo
  • 1A Suong Nguyet Anh street, district 1
  • Bánh Ướt Ban Mê, 86/25 Vu Huy Tan street, Phu Nhuan district
  • 24 – 26 Nam Quoc Cang street, district 1
  • Le Thi Rieng Park, Tan Dinh
  • Nguyen Van Thu street
  • Bột Chiên Phùng Khắc Khoan
  • Bột Chiên Đạt Thành
  • 210 Trần Bình Trọng street, district 5
  • 127 Nguyen Huu Cau street, district 1
  • Bánh Xèo Ăn Là Ghiền
  • Muoi Xiem
  • Bánh Xèo Dư
  • Chè Mâm Khánh Vy
  • Chè Campuchia
  • 16C Ky Dong street, district 3