Tag Archives: District 7

Chef Scott is back in PMH

I first met Chef Scott back in 2012 at his Scott and Binh’s restaurant in Bizu Hotel in Phu My Hung. He and his wife moved to District 1 a while back to open Scott and Jeremy’s and La Fiesta. … Continue reading

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35th Terry Fox Run on Sunday

Finally, the Terry Fox Run shirts are available! Didn’t know they had an office at The Landmark which is just near where I work. Got our bibs too. Shirts are at 200,000 VND each and if you want to make … Continue reading

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Penshoppe Opens in Vivo City

Finally! A brand that I know and could possibly fit into. 😛 Penshoppe is a Filipino brand that is quite popular in the Philippines. It actually has presence in “Indonesia, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of Bahrain, U.A.E, and Cambodia” according … Continue reading

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Caffe Bene Opens In Vivo City

Caffe Bene is the latest addition to the cafes in Vivo. Okay so now Vivo City has 4 cafes including Starbucks, Phuc Long, and Highlands Coffee. I swear people here have caffeine running through their veins in lieu of blood. … Continue reading

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Co&Cu

I was wandering around with Mom in Vivo City when we saw this quaint shop at the 2nd floor beside Sleep Boutique. My eyes were immediately drawn to the vintage items. And yes, you can purchase them. I really thought … Continue reading

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Boodle Fight at Halo Halo Express

When we first arrived here in Ho Chi Minh City, there was a Filipino restaurant called Little Manila near our place. Then it moved to Parkson in District 1 as Manila Fiesta. I am not actually sure if it’s still … Continue reading

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Halo Halo Express Opens in Sky Garden 3

What is Halo-Halo? In English, “halo” means mix. So it’s loosely translated to MIX-MIX. 😛 Halo Halo is the Filipino version of a Vietnamese sweet soup made from a mixture of cooked fruits, beans, and caramel flan — topped with … Continue reading

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