29 March 2017

Chien?


I'm not sure what this sign means, though I admit, I was attracted to the lights. This was another stand at the night market in Hoi An.


The meat on a stick looked interesting, but not enough for me to try it. I don't think it's dog, at least!

More signs can be found here. Photo taken in November 2016.

13 comments:

  1. I'd be quite careful about meat in Vietnam. As I think I mentioned previously, my friends who fought in the Vietnam War told me many times as how there were no cats on the streets. And any time you saw a mama-san running down the street with a machete you could bet she was trying to catch a cat for dinner!

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    1. I normally don't eat meat, but I did make exceptions for our Southeast Asia trip since it's hard to order vegetarian when you don't speak the language. I ate some chicken here and there... though I did see a lot of the other "exotic" specialties!

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  2. ...it means "fried fish."

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  3. Nice night shot, I like the lights too. If Tom is right about the sign meaning fried fish, I would probably try some.

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  4. Very nice night photography.

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  5. I agree with Andy. Fine night photography. I think Tom may be incorrect in his Vietnamese translation. The top signs says, "Pan Fried Egg", and the lower one says, "Fried Corn". But it looks like there is chicken and other meat on a stick.

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  6. I'd be very very cautious too about what this item for sale may be. I think I would stay with taking a photo of the attractive sign.

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  7. Love the pic but will pass on the food!

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  8. Attracts your attention.

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  9. Night markets always seem so interesting to me, but I admit I'd probably be wary of eating anything unknown. Nice night shot.

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