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Food and restaurants in District 6

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Breakfast Spot
“located in Saigon's Chinatown. It's not just a market, it's also a tourist attraction. ”
  • 2 locals recommend
Breakfast Spot
“Chợ Lớn (About this soundlisten, Chinese:堤岸), usually Anglicized as "Cholon" in English sources, is a quarter of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It lies on the west bank of the Saigon River, having Bình Tây Market as its central market. Chợ Lớn consists of the western half of District 5 as well as several adjoining neighborhoods in District 6 and District 11. The quarter has long been inhabited by Chinese people, and is considered the largest Chinatown in the world by area. The Vietnamese name Chợ Lớn literally means "big" (lớn) "market" (chợ). The Chinese name (and original name) is 堤岸 (pronounced Tai-Ngon in Cantonese and Dī'àn in Mandarin,[1][2] which means "embankment" (French: quais). The Vietnamese reading of the Chinese name is Đê Ngạn, but this is rarely used. Vietnamese speakers exclusively use the name Chợ Lớn, while Chinese speakers (both inside Vietnam and in China) are the only users of the original Chinese name.”
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Restaurant
“The best place to have fresh-made noodle right at the restaurant. They make your noodle right in front and you can watch it! There are so many noodle and sui cao restaurants on the same street, but I think this is the best place!”
  • 1 local recommends
Diner
  • 1 local recommends
Vietnamese Restaurant
  • 1 local recommends
Fast Food Restaurant