“Saigon’s street foods range from the savory soup known aspho and the French colonial–influenced “bánh mì” (pâté sandwiches on French bread) to regional southern specialties like “bánh xèo” (stuffed pancakes),” the magazine wrote on its website foodandwine.com.
“A trip to the mega-size Bến Thành Market could yield spring rolls, spices and a knock off handbag.”
The other cities are Austin, Los Angeles and Chicago in America, Bangkok in Thailand, Berlin in Germany, Istanbul in Turkey, Mexico City inMexico, Hong Kong and Marrakech inMorocco.
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Source: Tuoi Tre Online