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» Coconut Worms

ADDRESS: Hamlet 5, Tân Thạnh city, Tân Huề Đông market, Vietnam
OPEN: 5:30AM – 12:00PM

🍲 COM TAM: For Pork: Mix soy sauce, fish sauce, honey, oil and minced garlic in a bowl. Coat the pork chops with the sauce and marinade for at least 1 hr or overnight. Grill pork on charcoal. For Broken Rice: Wash rice and cook using a rice cooker. Combine meat and rice with fried egg, fried scallion, pickles, tomato and cucumber.

💸PRICE: 0.72USD/17.000VND per regular serving | 1.28USD/30.000VND per special serving
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2. HUYNH TRONG HUY’S PLACE: Raw Coconut Worms + Deep Fried/Grilled Worms + Caramel Coconut Worms

🐛 RAW COCONUT WORMS: Soak the coconut worms in a mixture of fish sauce, chili sauce and MSG and then enjoy.

🐛 DEEP FRIED/GRILLED WORMS: Dip the coconut worms in fish sauce and then fry in oil or grill on charcoal.

🍘HOMEMADE SALTY CRACKERS: Combine coconut water, rice water, dried shrimp and scallion and then grill on charcoal.

🐛 CARAMEL COCONUT: Put sugar and coconut water in a saucepan over medium heat. Stir until the sugar dissolves and the mixture becomes caramelized.

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Hey, I’m Sonny! I’m from the US but currently call Vietnam home. I’ve been living in Asia for 10 years and started making food and travel videos to document my experiences. People either enjoyed my undeniable charm or enjoyed watching me eat things like coconut worms, and thus Best Ever Food Review Show came to be.

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34 thoughts on “ILLEGAL JUNGLE FOOD in Vietnam!!! Catching and Cooking Asia’s Most Freaky Foods!!

  1. Follow on Instagram for more fun food videos! @InstaSonnySide

    Next time you're in Vietnam, hit up Onetrip for an amazing Mekong Delta tour: https://www.christinas.vn/onetrip/

  2. Hello Sonny, Guide, others in vid! I enjoy watching the exciting foods you eat. Isn't that the same worm in tequila? Of course I eat it!! Nnoo probs! Never knew coconuts are so useful. Loved the vid… aalll Vietnam thank you for inviting us! Enjoying mucho!!❣& ✌

  3. great content good quality. so far all the cohosts from the different countries have all been individually charismatic and as entertaining as you are but this guy here is hilarious. the rats segment is so funny just reminds me of all my viet friends here in atlanta

  4. Many people in this comment section are mistakenly thinking that these food are part of Vietnamese "culture"….NO, IT IS NOT our culture because these food are NOT popular in Vietnam! In fact, many of us never heard of these dishes! and even fewer people actually tried them. These food exist mostly for your curiosity :). Guys, we Vietnamese are not some caveman, we eat rice, pork, beef and chicken on daily basis just like you!

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