Ho Chi Minh isn't just about soup: steamed rice crepes FTW!
I first discovered Vietnamese food as a kid in Montreal
, but I always thought it was just about the pho. Of course, like many countries in the region, the food differs depending on the province and one of the many dishes I learned to love were banh cuon, a steamed rice crepe rolled with pork and white pepper and topped with steamed pork sausage and curled fried garlic. With fresh rice paper rolls and a pork chop with a fried egg and rice, it's the perfect sharing meal to share with friends. You'll leave satisfied and smiling. Approx $1.50 per dish.