Where to eat and drink in Ho Chi Minh City.
trung nguyen legend

HO CHI MINH CITY | Trung Nguyen is the largest and domestic coffee brand in Vietnam, and if you’ve seen Vietnamese coffee outside of Vietnam, there’s a good chance the beans come from Trung Nguyen. The company runs several cafes across Vietnam, and in recent years have revamped their cafes

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HO CHI MINH CITY | Mam Bac is one of a few restaurants owned by the Comnieu Saigon group, that offers a good introduction to Vietnamese food to those who visit. We visited after walking past while hungry and noticing that the casual, simple place was busy with locals. The

food connexion pullman saigon centre district 1

HO CHI MINH CITY | When we visit Ho Chi Minh City, we unsurprisingly like to eat Vietnamese food, and immerse ourselves in the vibrant street food culture of the city. Sometimes though, you might not want Vietnamese food? Maybe you’ve been travelling for a while, and want a break

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HO CHI MINH CITY | Maison Marou is the flagship cafe, patisserie, and all round chocolate heaven from chocolate makers Marou, recently described by the New York Times as makers of “the best chocolate you’ve never tasted”. The Marou story started in 2011, when it was founded by French-Japanese schoolteacher

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HO CHI MINH CITY | The Workshop Coffee is a place that does coffee a bit different than what most visitors to Vietnam expect. Instead of the usual Vietnamese coffee, the coffee here is all about the third wave, and more akin to what you’d expect to find in a

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HO CHI MINH CITY | Quán Ụt Ụt, which translates to ‘Restaurant Oink Oink’, is an American BBQ and craft beer venue that serves a variety of low and slow BBQ dishes with a focus on pork. The restaurant was founded by Aussie Tim Scott, Frenchman Albin Deforges and American