Simon Stanley eats his way through the city’s top banh mi joints... and chooses the best. Let the crumbs fall where they may. Photos by Francis Xavier

Steak, it’s just one of those dishes that entraps the human palate. For a taste of the Vietnamese version of the real deal, Huyen Tran heads to Hoe Nhai Street in Hanoi. Photos by Julie Vola

Fried chicken with rice. Photo by Glen Riley

This month, Simon Stanley samples Saigon’s take on a classic — fried chicken and rice. Photos by Glen Riley

From Chinese import to a Hanoi staple, wonton noodles or my van than are found all over the capital. Words by Huyen Tran. Photos by Julie Vola

With sushi stalls popping up all over town, Simon Stanley heads to Saigon’s seafood hub in search of the original kerbside Japanese experience. Photos by Glen Riley

Although it’s a dish traditionally eaten at Tet, bun thang is now available year round. Words by Huyen Tran. Photos by Julie Vola

Beef stew for breakfast, lunch and dinner? Let’s do this. Simon Stanley scours Saigon’s backstreets in search of the city’s best bo kho. Photos by Kyle Phanroy

Page 6 of 8

Online Partners