This is a quick little street food tour in and around Nha Trang’s night market. The market is very small, and typically sells only souvenirs and over-priced goods. Definitely buy your gifts and souvenirs elsewhere.

There’s not much street food being sold in the market space at all. There’s only a small food court with nothing special worth eating. There’s only one place worth trying and it’s a Chè shop at the end of the night market.

Since we couldn’t find much street food inside the actual market space, other than chè, we decided to roam the streets outside of the market to find more street food.

There are quite a few street food options if you wander around enough. They’re all roughly the same stuff: lobster, banh mi sandwiches, dried squid, and some small snack items. These are common all along the beachfront streets in Nha Trang.

We advise avoiding the lobsters since they’re very expensive, sometimes even more than an actual seafood restaurant where you can get the lobster very fresh.

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