Location: 72C Tran Quoc Toan, Ward 8, District 3, HCMC.
Budget: 2 ~ 4 USD
Morning sunshine! Growing up in Vietnam, breakfast is a must. Now I’m already 23 but dad still takes all of us out to eat breakfast every weekend and that is the most well-spent quality time for my family.
A mouth-watering serving of “Banh Mi Chao” can give you enough energy for the whole day.
I feel like each country has its own way with beef and eggs. In Vietnam, we love the yolk but love dipping crunchy morning baguettes into it more, together with flavorful stir fried melty soft beef, fat little sausages and pate sitting in ponds of insanely good sauce. Chao means the pan in Vietnamese: so, yeah, you will eat right from where everything is served sizzling hot. Let’s sunny side up your day with Chao.