73 Mac Thi Buoi, District 1, Saigon
“We walked past goldfish ,maybe you can't see because it's a small restaurant . At first sight, the place is charming and beautiful. There is indoor seating set with plush chairs and dainty tables and chairs. . The prices are mid to high by Asian standards (most expensive starter was 99,000D for...”
Thịt chó (dog meat) is one of the most popular foods in Vietnam, especially in the north. Dog meat is believed to bring good luck and provide a significant amounts of protein. There are different recipes such as grilled dog meat, rựa mận (marinated dog meat), boiled dog meat, or dồi chó (dog sausage). Dog meat is eaten with shrimp sauce and usually served with liquor.