THE “HỦ TIẾU” SHOP AT THE END OF THE ALLEY
At the end of a tiny residential alley one can find the restaurant of Mrs Binh and her husband.
The place starts to serve food everyday at 4am as regular customers usually come for a very early breakfast. After the non-stop morning service, Mrs Binh and her husband usually rest until 3pm and then go out to practice some gymnastic together in the street. In the evening, they start preparing the meals for the following day.
They serve “hủ tiếu” which is a popular noodle soup in the south of Vietnam that also has Chinese and Cambodian origins.