Food Trip: Hoanh Thanh Chien

Today is the first veggie day of the third month.  My office mates brought hoanh thanh chien for snacks!  These are fried wontons which is served on a flat wonton stuffed with sautéed pork, prawns, tomato, and onion with sauce.

Sorry, I couldn’t get a decent shot! But these are yum!  Even without any dipping sauce.

I’ve actually tried this back in the Philippines at Wok Inn Restaurant.  I used to bring my family there for lunch when I used to work around Quezon City — it should be along Matalino St.  Hubby just told me that we used to go to the place too in Malate.  Is Wok Inn still in business?

So where do I get this here in Ho Chi Minh City?

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5 Responses to Food Trip: Hoanh Thanh Chien

  1. Ah, I’ve seen those… little veggie restaurant on Nguyen Tri Phuong between Tran Hung Dao and Tran Phu, District 5. Called something like Phat Duyen?

  2. Michael says:

    Phat Huu Duyen. I’ve heard these things can be found all over the city, but this is the only place I can 100% confirm has them.

  3. Lyra says:

    Thanks everyone for the lead!!!

  4. Trúc Bi says:

    You can get it in District 5 where lots of Chinese people live, in Ha Ton Quyen street there’re a lots. This is the place I often eat – Thiên Thiên: http://diadiemanuong.com/home/f11/%5Breview%5D-sui-cao-thien-thien-quan-noi-tieng-nhat-khu-ha-ton-quyen-10619/

    • Lyra says:

      Thanks! But that’s really far from my place and I’m about to give birth anytime. 😦 Looks like this craving will have to wait.

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