How street food vendors sell their products in Vietnam

street food vendors

In Vietnam, people can come to expensive restaurants to enjoy their meals or food stalls on the streets to eat with reasonable prices. We can buy foods at supermarkets, local market or from street food vendors who sell the foods around the streets. These vendors have become familiar with many Vietnamese people for many years. There are various way to bring foods around the streets: rolling carts, motorbike, bicycle, shoulder pole, basket…

A vendor sells her tapioca dumplings with pork and shrimp on shoulder pole

Plastic box of tapioca dumplings with pork and shrimp are arranged on shoulder pole

A vendor motorbike is full of dried foods

Dried fishes, dried squids in glass box on a street food rolling cart

mekong delta fruit durian

A vendor sells durian on his motorbike

A man sells cakes on a tray

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