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POPULAR ORGINAL CHINESE AND VIETNAMESE FOOD

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Number 8 - Popular

Number 8 - A popular Rice Vermicelli with stirred BBQ pork, spring rolls and peanut were combined with home made fish sauce .

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Number 5 - popular

Number 5 - Saigon Special Soup with Seafood and Chicken was very popular in South Vietnam

spring-rolls

Number 18 - On the go

Number 18 - A Crunchy Spring Rolls will lead the taste more better.

fresh-spring-rolls

Number 19 - Fresh Spring Rolls

Number 19 - A style of spring rolls make from Shrimp and Pork.

deep fried wonton

Number 67 - On the Go

Number 67 - Another Crunchy Wontons will lead the taste more better.

wonton-soup

Number 68 - Popular

Number 68 - Wonton on An Egg Noodle soup with seafood.

seafood fried rice

NUMBER 22 - SAIGON SEAFOOD FRIED RICE

Number 22 - A style of fried shrimp on rice

Cantonese-Chow-Mein

NUMBER 24 - CANTONESE CHOW MEIN

Number 24 - A style of chow mien of chinese

Stir Fried beef Noodle

NUMBER 20 -

Number 20 - A style of Noodle with beef and lemon grass


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SAIGON - HOCHIMINH CITY

In the mid 19th century, the French with the aid of the Spanish invaded this port city and destroyed its fort. This event was the percussor to the long struggle between the people of Vietnam and France leading to the historical defeat of the French in 1954. In the years after the defeat of the French, Vietnam was divided into two separate countries and Saigon became the hub of resettlement for many, as people from the north and central Vietnam immigrated south.

In  the 60s and 70s, Saigon was bustling with commerce and business. It was the cultural center and the capital of South Vietnam. Already heavily influenced by the French in teams of culture and style, the city had an air of a French provincial town tith a Vietnamese twist. Saigon was dubbed the "Pearl of the Orient" by the foreign press. The city was alive with activites and cultural diversity that rivaled any Asian city at the time.

After the fall of South Vietnam to communism in 1975, the city and many of its inhabitants were in a state of chaos and turmoil. In 1976, the new goverment renamed the city, Ho Chi Minh City and shut its doors to the rest of the world. Althrough recognized as Ho Chi Minh City, to the people of Vietnam, the city is still loving referred to as Saigon.

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