Category Archives: Gastronomic Delights

Food Trip: Scott & Jeremy’s

A couple of weeks ago, Soki and I were planning where both our families should have dinner at right after the anticipated Palm Sunday Mass. We decided we missed Scott and Duc since they moved from Phu My Hung and set … Continue reading

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One Saturday afternoon…

…at Al Fresco’s D2, I met up with their PR Manager, Cindy and their Chef, Mario. It was a such a treat chatting with Chef Mario as he recounted his kitchen stories. He has been in Vietnam for 21 years — … Continue reading

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Maison Marou Chocolate – Cafe

When we were in Dalat around this time last year, we were in search of the best hot chocolate. It was the perfect drink in the cold, cold climate of Dalat during Christmas. Was excited too to have tried Paul … Continue reading

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Paul Bakery

French bakery, Paul makes its debut in Saigon Centre as it’s nth franchise. It hasn’t even made it yet to their website. We’ve tried this place a couple of times as it’s fairly new. On our first visit, the servers … Continue reading

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Food Trip: Oc Nhu

Hidden in one of the hems along Dien Bien Phu St. is one of the popular seafood restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City among the locals. So well hidden in fact, you can’t get there without an invitation from someone … Continue reading

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Food Trip: 37th Street

I’ve been meaning to try 37th Street but it’s quite impossible if the people you go out with have gotten tired of Vietnamese food. Look at the interiors of this inviting restaurant in Saigon Centre. Luckily, my colleague who I accompanied … Continue reading

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Food Trip: Nara Thai

Saigon Centre + Takashimaya have lots of restaurants now. So exciting! And my friend and I tried, Nara Thai. We’re big fans of Tuk Tuk so we wanted to check how Nara Thai would fare. Prices here are more expensive … Continue reading

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