Since I was told about not many halal food in Ho Chi Min, I brought a few maggi in cup, bread, canned tuna and chocolate to HCM. But still after a few unappetizing meal, we had to eat real food at restaurants.
There are no cheap food stalls in HCM. Nasi Goreng and drink will cost VND100,000 (RM15). For Non-halal, HCM is like food heaven. At night you can see a lot of food stalls opening beside BenThanh market serving variety of food especially sea food.
I miss Indonesia when come to food. Variety of food and cheap.
Four Season Restaurant at No 2 Thi Sach Street, District 1.
The branch of the above shop, VN. Halal, 14 Pham Hong Thai, Ben Thanh
The 2 shops below are on the 3rd Floor in Food Court in Parkson Shopping Complex
Other Halal food that I did not manage to visit:
- Halal@Saigon 30 Dong Du Street, D1, is opposite to the Indian Jamia Mosque, near Sheraton Hotel. Phone: +84 8 38246823. Halal@Saigon offers Vietnamese and Malaysian cuisine.
- Pro döner kebab 169 De Tham, Pham Ngu Lao Ward, Distr.1, ? 22005959. a Turkish place with good service serving real doner kebabs, halal style.
- Satay House Malaysia 307/25 Nguyen Van Troi Street, Phu Nhuan Ward, Ho Chi Minh City
- Kedai Shamsudin 445 Le Hong Phong Street, District 10, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam