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TKGs List of Vietnamese Food and Restaurants

I didn't realize I love Vietnamese food until after I saw the photos on my digital album. I've written about some the the Vietnamese resto and food that I've eaten but there are still lots to write about. Vietnamese food is also our no-brainer choice whenever we can't decide where to eat especially when we're in our usual haunts. Do visit this page again because I will be updating this list from time to time. An thoi!




1. Banh Mi
Banh Mi Huynh Hoa - Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Banh Mi Kitchen - Unimart, Greenhills
My Banh Mi - Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
O' Banh Mi - Gateway Mall
Phat Pho - Powerplant Mall, Makati City

2. Banh Xeo
Phat Pho - Powerplant Mall, Makati City

3. Bun Bo Hue
Phat Pho - Powerplant Mall, Makati City

4. Bun Thit Nuong 
My Banh Mi - Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Phat Pho - Powerplant Mall, Makati City
Yes Pho - Baguio City

5. Fried Spring Roll
Phat Pho
Yes Pho

6. Pho Bo
Phat Po - Powerplant Mall, Makati City
Pho Hoa
Yes Pho - Baguio City

7. Satay
Phat Po - Powerplant Mall, Makati City

8. Ca Phe Sua Da
Nha Em - SM Aura Premiere 
Trung Nguyen, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Pho Hoa

Royal Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City

Recipes:

Cha Ca Quy Nhon or Vietnamese Fish Cakes

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