Huynh Hoa Sandwich Shop
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“Banh mi” is the Vietnamese translation of for the words ‘French baguette’ introduced during the colonial period. But when most people say “banh mi”, they’re specifically referring to the sandwich that’s often hailed as being one of the best sandwiches in the world. Here’s my #1 recommended place to…
Almost there always a line in front of this shop. One of Saigon's oldest banh mi shop. It's 2 mins walk from the Studio, why not try one?
This bakery makes the best breads in all of Saigon. Be sure to come early, if you don't want to queue forever. Guaranteed after one bite, you will have no choice but to ask for one more bread.
Their breads are very famous and beloved by both locals and foreigners. It opens everyday from 2.30pm until 11.pm. It must be visited if you are a fan of Vietnamese bread!
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