Summer Roll consists of prawn, vegetable, rice vermicelli wrapped in soft rice paper. It is served with a sauce made from soybean. Each portion starts from 5 rolls. The price is for 5 rolls.
Prawn Summer Rolls
Salad Summer Rolls
Spring Roll has commonly seasoned ground meat (beef or prawn, squid), mushrooms, and diced vegetables, rolled up in a sheet of moist rice paper. The roll is then deep-fried. Each portion starts from 5 rolls. The price is for 5 rolls.
Beef Spring Rolls
Seafood Spring Rolls
Vegan Spring Rolls
Our portion of banh mi includes a loaf of banh mi enjoying with beefsteak, beef roll (chả bò), beef liver pâté, fried egg, green chili, pickled carrot and daikon radish, cucumber, potato, and coriander.
Mix Portion of Banh Mi
Mix Portion of Artisan Gluten-Free Banh Mi
Banh Xeo Saigon
Saigon-style banh xeo is a 32-centimeter savory fried pancake made of rice ﬂour, some bean powders, eggs, water, stuﬀed with meat and bean sprouts. It is also served with lettuce, mustard green, spearmint, Thai basil, and fish mint (heartleaf).
Banh Xeo with Mushroom
Banh Xeo with unpeeled Prawn
Banh Xeo with Beef
Banh Xeo with Mushroom, unpeeled Prawn and Beef
Banh Xeo with Squid, Mushroom, unpeeled Prawn and Beef
Pho is a bowl of Vietnamese noodle soup consisting of broth to be stewed for 8 hours with 14 herbal medicines & beef bones in case of beef broth or chicken heads and immature eggs in case of chicken broth, as well as noodles, onion, cilantro, and meat. Basil, bean sprout, lime, chili, satay and pho paste for better taste.
Pho with Medium-rare Beef
Pho with Beef Brisket
Pho with Beef Brisket but No Fat on Top
Pho with Beefball
Pho with Mixed Beef
Pho with Chicken
Bun Thit Xao Nam Bo aka Bun Bo Nam Bo
Bun Thit Xao Nam Bo aka Bun Bo Nam Bo is a bowl of dry noodles with stir-fried meat/mushroom and flavors of citronella, chili, onion, peanut, herbs. It is served with nước mắm (fish sauce), or xì dầu (soy sauce) in case of vegan. Let ask the waiter not to serve spicy if you don’t like it.
Bun Bo Nam Bo with Mushroom
Bun Bo Nam Bo with Prawn
Bun Bo Nam Bo with Beef
Bun Bo Nam Bo with Chicken
Le Bo Bun
If you spend any time in Paris at all, you’ll soon start to try Le Bo Bun, a dish of cold rice vermicelli noodles topped with stir-fried lemongrass beef and Fried Spring Rolls, on menus all across town.
Le Bo Bun with Mushroom
Le Bo Bun with Prawn
Le Bo Bun with Beef
Le Bo Bun with Chicken
The main ingredients of Mi Quang are wide rice noodles, meat, and herbs, most commonly served with a small amount of broth, which is generally infused with turmeric. It is originated from Quang Nam in central Vietnam.
Mi Quang with Beef
Mi Quang with Chicken
Fried Rice is a dish of cooked rice and eggs that have been stir-fried in a wok and is usually mixed with other ingredients. We serve mushrooms, beef, and prawn, even fried egg for diets.
Fried Rice with Mushroom
Fried Rice with Fried Egg
Fried Rice with Scrambled Egg
Fried Rice with Shrimp
Fried Rice with Chicken
Fried Rice with Beef
Fried Rice with Mushroom, Prawn and Beef
Bun Bo Hue
The bun bo originated in Hue, the former capital of Vietnam. The broth is prepared by simmering beef bones and beef shank with lemongrass and then seasoned with fermented shrimp sauce and sugar for taste.
Bun Bo Hue
Cơm Tấm (or broken rice*) is a Saigonese dish made from rice with fractured rice grains. The rice and meat are served with various greens and pickled vegetables. * Broken rice is fragments of rice grains, broken by milling. Mechanical separators are used to separate the broken grains from the whole grains and sort them by size.
Com Tam with T-Bone Beefsteak
Stir-fried morning-glory with garlic [ong-choy, kang-kung] is popularly used as a green vegetable, especially in East and Southeast Asian cuisines. We use organic morning-glory only, it means our supplier didn't use pesticides, irradiation, industrial solvents, or synthetic food additives in the farming methods to produce it.