Goi cuon (Vietnamese spring roll) is a Vietnamese dish traditionally consisting of pork, prawn, vegetables, rice vermicelli and other ingredients wrapped in Vietnamese rice paper (commonly known as Banh Trang). Goi Cuon is a popular appetizer in Vietnamese restaurants.
Vietnamese: Gỏi Cuốn
Goi Cuon is consisting of pork, prawn, vegetables, rice vermicelli and other ingredients wrapped in Vietnamese rice paper.
Depending on the region that it has many different names. In southern Vietnam, these rolls are called Goi Cuon, meaning salad rolls, while in northern Vietnam, these rolls are called Nem Cuon, meaning Nem rolls. In central Vietnam, it is simply called "rice paper" roll.
HOW TO ENJOY
The rice paper is dipped in water, then laid flat on a plate and the desired amount of ingredients is placed on top. The fresh Goi Cuon is then rolled up and ready to be eaten. Goi Cuon can be served with "tuong xao" (also known as hoisin sauce), which consists of "tuong" (tuong den or tuong xay) and mixed coconut water, before being stir-fried with garlic and some sugar and then sprinkled with chili powder and peanuts. Alternatively, Goi Cuon can be served with peanut sauce or other Vietnamese dipping sauces, such as "nuoc cham", a condiment based on fish sauce.
We would like to introduce to you some restaurants that we found reasonable, we preferred the restaurants in the Saigon Centre and easy to move.
1.Restaurant Wap and Roll
Address: 62 Hai Ba Trung Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City.
Opening Hours: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm.
Price: 62,000 dong.
2. Restaurant system Pho Ong Hung
Address: 207 Phạm Ngu Lao Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, VietNam / 18 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street, Da Kao Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, VietNam.
Opening Hours: 6:00 am - 10:00 pm.
Price: 21,000 dong.