September 23, 2020
Vietnamese Food

Sticky Rice And Sweet Desserts: Xôi Chè Bùi Thị Xuân Dist 1

Sticky Rice And Sweet Desserts: Xôi Chè Bùi Thị Xuân Dist 1

Sticky rice is a common food made from sticky glutinous rice steamed or cooked – a rustic dish which is very prevalent in many Asian countries. Vietnam is an agricultural country with the major crop is water rice. There are many varieties of rice, and sticky rice is a specialty of Vietnam. With glutinous rice, people can make a lot of different delicacies.Sticky rice (or xôi in Vietnamese) is an indispensable dish of Vietnamese people.

Opened for the first time in 1977, Bui Thi Xuan's sticky rice has nearly 40 years, from a small shop to become a big brand system in Ho Chi Minh City. Currently there are more than 10 different types of sticky rice, but the most famous is still chicken and char siu sticky rice with marinated meat, tasty. In addition to enjoying sticky rice, diners are also have desserts with many equally delicious sweet soup dishes. The price of sticky rice from 15,000 to 40,000 VND,  serves customers all day.

Chicken sticky rice

If the sticky rice is not enough for you, you can choose some other dishes such as spring rolls,sweet soups,flan cake...

Sweet soups - "Chè"

Sweet soups - "Chè"

Bui Thi Xuan’s sticky rice & sweet soups are always crowded, people come to eat or take away. Good taste, the price compared to District 1 is ok. The shop is located near Coop Mart Cong Quynh , Dist 1

Hot sticky rice, sprinkled with sauce, meat and fried onions. Price for 1 plate is about 25.000 VND depending on the type. There are 2 types: meat, ears, tongue ... and chicken chest. If you do not say anything,nothing special order, the default is meat, ears, tongue. Sour salad are delicious, taste good, don't smell. Nice and pleasant staff.