Vietnam Travel 5 best cheap Street Foods Dishes of Nha Trang March 31, 2015 Asia, Food and Drink Popular for its beaches, islands and dive spots diving, Nha Trang is also famous for its cheap and delicious. The city is well supplied in 5-star hotels with high-end restaurants, but to find street food in Nha Trang, it is better to try one of the many local eateries. We have compiled a list of what we think are the 5 dishes not to be missed while vacationing in Nha Trang. Hai San Hai San, meaning seafood, is a plate of seafood, that you can find alot by the sea and is always quality and freshness . The most common choices include fish, crab, shrimp and squid. You will have no difficulty finding a restaurant with this dish in its menu. Our tip: Often you can choose seafood that will appear in your tray in aquariums placed at the entrance of the restaurant. Bò né Probably the favorite lunch of inhabitants of Nha Trang, Bò né consists of a steak patty, a fried egg, bread and chilli sauce, all presented on a hot plate. A salad of tomatoes, cucumbers, onions and vinegar often come with. The plus is that the bread is always served warm and crispy! Our tip: Bò né in Dai Han 41 A is to try. Its taste is characteristic, and only 35,000 VND is consistent enough to make you wait until lunch. Nem Nuong Ninh Hoa The sauce makes all the difference in this dish, simple but really delicious. Minced pork is mixed with a sauce made of equal parts peanuts, salt and sweet sauce. You will roll grilled in foil pork fried rice and salad in paper uncooked rice. For this dish, prices range between 40,000 and 60,000 VND. Our tip: The area around the Dam Market, including Dang Van Quyen Street, is known as the best place to enjoy this dish. Bánh Cuon Thit Nuong Each region of Vietnam has its type of spring rolls. The Nha Trang differs because it uses minced pork called Cha Lua. Garnish herbs, pickled cabbage and carrots does not change. Our tip: In our view, the best Bánh Cuon Thit Nuong is the restaurant located on the corner of Ngo Gia Tu and Bach Dang. Bún cá sua Your stay in Nha Trang would not be complete without you trying noodle soup in the region. It is not usual to assess the jellyfish, but this is the key ingredient of the recipe, which can be optional for most refractory and replaced with tuna. You can soak the fish or jellyfish in a special sauce; all creating an unusual taste for Vietnamese cuisine. Our tip: The Ba Nam restaurant, Dam market or crossing streets Bach Dang Nguyen Thien Thuat and are recognized as the best places to find a good Bún cá SUA. Minh Anh Travel (Visit https://fr-fr.facebook.com/voyagevietnamphoto) can offer many Vietnam tour options from south to North or vice versa to discover the Vietnam in the unusual way, far away from tourist crow ! We hope you enjoy these dishes during your trip. Do not hesitate to give us your feedback!