Having a BBQ may not have the same historical significance as some of the other dishes but cooking your meat and vegetables on a small cooker with burning oil splattering everywhere makes for an interesting evening. It might not be ideal for everyone as you often eat under dull lights but you definitely feel a part of the city. Some of the good BBQ stands are found in the Old Quarter and most hotels can point you in the right direction.
BBQ Chicken Street on Ly Van Phuc. A favorite amongst the expat community and possibly some of the best BBQ street food you’ll ever taste. With its glorious array of chicken cuts, roasted potatoes and sweet honey glazed breads, you won’t want to stop eating.
BBQ Beef Delights at 45 Ma May. Not your average, everyday street food – it’s better. Great place to check out with a few of you mates and have a real good meaty feed. The best bit about it… it’s right in the heart of all the locals bars and clubs so it becomes a great way to kick off your evening.
Get down there in the evenings, they all make for excellent dinner menus and the vibe in the evening is great for a bit of banter with the locals and your fellow travelers.How Much?
Can be a little more expensive however, it depends on how hungry you are. Be prepared to pay between 50,000VND and 100,000VND including the mandatory beer or two that should accompany every BBQ.