00000 - 00000 of 00000
00,000 of 00,000
Huong Giang sells all the famous dishes of Central Vietnam, but it’s actually best known for chartecurie, a side business so successful that half of the restaurant is a kitchen where women make bulk orders, and the to-go menu lists only meats and egg rolls. Sausages come in many varieties, but the best are the ones spiked with periwinkle—not the color but rather the clam, here mixed alongside ginger and pork then patted around lemongrass, briny yet brawny. Even better is what they translate into English as “pork hash” but is better appreciated as Vietnamese Spam: compressed ham mixed with shreds of daikon and a long sliver of habanero waiting for you to bite into it and sweat.
They sit at every table at Huong Giang in small glass bowls: long, smooth, fire-engine-red peppers pulsating with the promise of their alluring hell. Eaters bite into them with ease, or snap them into pieces and toss them into soups, onto noodle... More »
Find everything you're looking for in your city
Find the best happy hour deals in your city
Get today's exclusive deals at savings of anywhere from 50-90%
Check out the hottest list of places and things to do around your city