Street Foodies Saigon was created by an American-Vietnamese food writer and photographer, and an Australian journalist and foodie, to help people discover the joys of eating (and drinking) their way around the city they call home.
Born in Vietnam and raised in California, Vinh’s obsession for food comes from his grandmother’s cooking along with living a few blocks from an In-N-Out burger location. He has lived in the region for over 10 years and is the co-founder of the Cambodian food blog Nyam Penh, which was picked in 2012 as one of top 55 global food blogs by Saveur magazine. You can find his photos and prose in the Guardian, Globe and Mail and Al Jazeera.
A walking tour is a piece of cake for this county-side girl. Annie used to walk seven kilometres each way to school every day in her home town of Binh Phuoc. While small in stature, Annie has a keen appetite and eats most of her meals at Saigon’s street vendors. She makes sure that our tours run smoothly and that guests feel like they are taken care of. She would also really like it if you said she looked Japanese.