In a world cluttered with online mediocrities, Streatery Vietnam serves as a tool for those looking for authentic cuisine experiences when exploring the city.
Starting with the local options, as any cultural and financial capital, Saigon offers dishes from most corners of the entire country.
This reflects the migration trends as well, as the population of Ho Chi Minh City continues to grow, fed from residents of rural areas seeking out better opportunities and the city’s very attractively low unemployment rate.
As is expected these people bring along their local specialties, creating a melting pot of outstanding food diversity. Streatery is a guide to highlight the more unknown dishes, and the backstreet eateries.
And as Streatery Vietnam’s mission is to rooting out the tourist traps and giving you access to the best local food Dong can buy in Saigon, GoEat Me is honored to be a companion with Streatery on their way to accomplish this mission!
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Behind the development of Streatery, Joel Zorrilla—the founder, is an Ecuadorian food blogger. He has been based in Saigon for the last 4 years.
He started Streatery about 3 years ago with the purpose of highlighting interesting local food that is off the beaten path and usually unknown to most travelers and expats.
As a friend of Joel, Sam Dart is an American freelance writer. He covers travel, food, culture, and more. He has been writing for Streatery for about one year.
Or you can find more of his writing on his personal website at samueldart.com.