Impressive Saigon Travel with 60-year old “hủ tiếu” (rice noodle soup) stalls

 

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Mr. Van does not remember what exact generation he is in the Trieu Chau clan which migrated to Vietnam but the hu tieu stall was handled from his father has the age of approximate 60.

First Chinese people from Phuc Kien, Quang Dong, Quang Tay, Trieu Chau, etc. have started to migrate to “the pearl of Far East”.  They bring along with them different cultures and custom which make this land more plentiful. Of which, cuisine art is exciting highlight, especially “hủ tiếu” stalls.

In 1778, Chinese people moved from Cu Lao street to Big Market and a group of Chinese people started to living and working here. At that time, first “hủ tiếu” stalls appeared in Saigon. They mainly gathered in Big Market area. Mr. Luu Khai Van does not remember what exact generation he is in the Trieu Chau clan which migrated to Vietnam but the hu tieu stall was handled from his father has the age of approximate 60.

Every day, at 7 am, Mr. Van begins to cook and process raw materials and sells at 1 pm to 11 pm. The cycle daily and orderly takes place over past decades. All recipes for soup and processing are their own esoteric.

Over 43 years old, Mr. Van does not have enough time to get married; hence, he adopted a child for the joy and happiness to everyday life as well as a successor.

At present, siblings of Mr. Van are living in a small street group at Cao Van Lau street. Members in his family help to each other to develop their traditional job.

In the past, this place is big rice filed of Saigon. Near the family of Mr. Van, there are many neighbors living on each other. He bought their rice to cook hủ tiếu, in the contrast; they were willing to enjoy tasty bowls of his stall. The village relationship tradition has lasted for decades until now.

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