Best Steamed Sticky Rice in Saigon

Savory Steamed Sticky Rice In Vietnam

Best Steamed Sticky Rice in Saigon

Steamed Sticky Rice (Xoi) has become one of the most popular foods in Vietnam because it is a cheap and delicious convenience food. Vietnamese people has eaten this food for decades since they could grow sticky rice. In Saigon – the biggest city of Vietnam, you can find hundreds of Xoi stalls on the streets. I would like to introduce 5 old standing Xoi stalls which last over 50 years in this city. Eating Steamed Sticky Rice there, you can feel the taste of the past and tradition. Although some of these stalls are located in narrow back alleys and on pavement of Saigon streets, they are always crowded with both young and old customers. They are familiar with many generations living in Saigon and becomes a very important part of the city.

1. Xôi Tám Cẩu

Steamed Sticky Rice xoi-tam-cau

For over 60 years, every morning Saigon people come to Tam Cau Steamed Sticky Rice stall at crossroads of Cao Thang Street and Dien Bien Phu Street to enjoy their favorite breakfast. Ordering a portion of Xoi there, you will get the steamed sticky rice, toppings and sauce wrapped in fresh green banana leaves. Dinners love Tam Cau Steamed Sticker Rice for the smelling sticky rice and greasy pork. Before being boiled, the pork is marinated with ground garlic to remove the smell of pork meat. But the boiled pork must has no smell of garlic. That’s secret of the cook. The steamed sticky rice topped with boiled pork, pork floss, pork pie is eaten with a kind of special black sauce.

Open time: 05:00 PM – 12:00 AM

2. Xôi nhà xác

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Nha Xa food stall lasts over 40 years and serves savory Steamed Sticky Rice with pork floss, Chinese sausage, mix of salt and crushed peanuts. The stall is located at crossroads of Tran Phu Street and Nguyen Tri Phuong Street in crowded area and there are always people waiting in line to buy their favorite foods. It has been said that the steamed sticky rice at this stall is always tender and warm. All is wrapped carefully in banana leaves.

Open time: 4:00p PM – 10:00 PM

3. Xôi chè Bùi Thị Xuân

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Xôi chè Bùi Thị Xuân has been opened since 1977 and has become a big brands of Steamed Sticky Rice and Vietnamese Sweet Soup in Saigon. I would like to recommend to eat the one with chicken or the one with char sew. These are 2 yummy must-eat recipes at Xôi chè Bùi Thị Xuân restaurant. In additon, there are a lot of delicious Vietnamese Sweet Soup at this restaurant.

Open time: 4:00p PM – 10:00 PM

Address: 111 Bui Thi Xuan, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

4. Xôi cadé quận 5

xoi-cade

Xoi Cade is a kind of sweet Steamed Sticky Rice with cade made from coconut cream, egg, wheat flour and sugar. Cade at this stall has a beautiful color, it is greasy and light sweet. It’s just a rolling metal cart in front of the house at 451 Tran Phu Street, District 5. The owner is an old Chinese who has served this food for over 40 years.

Open time: 08:00 PM – 02:00 AM

5. Xôi Bình Tiên

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Xôi Bình Tiên is located near Bình Tiên temple in District 6. This stall has served savory Xoi and Xoi with cade for over 30 years. The Steamed Sticky Rice is wrapped in 2 sheets of banana leaves and paper sheet outside so that it’s still warm after one hour.

Address: 88 Binh Tien Street, District 6, Ho Chi Minh City

Open time: 05:00 PM – 11:00 PM

Are you excited at tasting these flavorful Steamed Sticky Rice in Saigon? We are happy to drive you around the city and serve you amazing Vietnamese foods on Saigon street. Let’s join Saigon food tour, you will never regret.

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Tourists are excited at enjoying Steamed Sticky Rice in Saigon

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