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Sep 27

French Influence on Vietnamese Cuisine

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The Beginning of the French Connection with Vietnamese Quick Navigation How the French Influenced Cuisine in VietnamThe Taste Elements in Vietnamese CuisineBalance in Vietnamese DishesVietnamese CoffeeVietnamese DessertsBanh MiVietnamese Pho Unbeknown-st to most, the French and Vietnamese cuisines are connected and this connection goes way back. The link between the two is fostered by the colonial […]

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Aug 06

What is the Healthiest Takeaway Food?

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Original Saigon offers healthier alternatives to your fast food cravings. In fact, all our foods can be considered light and healthy. Some of them are also gluten-free. Want to know what is the healthiest takeaway food in our menu? Then read on. Naturally, when we say healthiest, this is still quite subjective. What is healthy for […]

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Apr 09

BUN – Vietnamese Noodle Salad

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Description:The bun is a cold linguine noodle dish, packed with crunchy green vegetables like cucumber and lettuce, sweet and sour juicy pickled carrots and an overload of fresh herbs. Bun comes with a wide array of sizzling meat options to choose from. Bun is ideal for anyone looking for a meal that is both easy […]

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Apr 08

Pho – Classic Viet Noodle Soup

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Quick Navigation Descriptions: Food history:Ingredients:Flavour:NUTRITIONAL VALUEBowl: Descriptions: The recipe for pho classic Viet noodle soup is hard to duplicate or remake and making this classic Vietnam Pho soup each day demands lengthy procedures such as overnight broth brewing. However, we have managed to speed up the procedures without a single sacrifice to the taste or flavour of […]

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Apr 06

Banh Mi – Vietnamese Baguette

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Description:Banh Mi sandwiches are traditionally meat-filled sandwiches that are made in local Vietnamese banh mi bread. As compared with the French baguette, Banh Mi is a Vietnamese baguette that is baked with wheat and rice flour and has a thin crust and white, airy crumb.  Banh Mi comes in some different filling ranging from some traditional […]

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