Street Food Safety

Saigon isn’t much of a city for famous world-class landmarks — though certainly there are a few, it’s really the food on the street that’s something special. But despite the street food being great some people, rightfully, are concerned about the safety of food sold on the street in a country where you can’t drink the tap water. So, to get to the bottom of Street Food Safety 101, I enlisted the help of my friend Chad Kubanoff, a fantastic chef who’s been in Vietnam for more than five years. The majority of his time has been spent with food, not only as a patron of Vietnamese dining but also as the head chef at the luxurious Xu Restaurant, a position he recently left to start Back of the Bike Tours. I pulled him away from the kitchen to ask some food safety questions.


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