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Las mejores pastelerías en Ho Chi Minh City

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“This is the famous Banh Mi (pork sandwhich) in HCMC. Highly rated and recommended by many food blogs. It's a tiny little food stall with several women working real fast.The queue is typically really long but moves quickly. Address: 26 Le Thi Rieng Street, Ben Thanh, D1, HCMC. ”
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“Bakery chain providing French style breads, pastries and coffee. A delightful way to start your day.”
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“Beginning with its launch in the United States in 2004, It has established a reputable bakery café system in the United States, building on a brand image that is respected in Asian American communities and is expanding into other mainstream markets. From The Dragons host .”
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Lugar de sándwiches
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“where you can eat " Banh Mi" the best local food in Vietnam. However, this brand is expensive but they have a lot of meat. You can try Banh mi at any place in street where has a best local food.”
  • Recomendado por 7 habitantes locales
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“* 15 mins to go * Shopping mall * Food Court, restaurant, coffee shop * Tini World for Kids * Ice Rink”
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“Nhu Lan Bakery - is the popular storefront bakery/sandwich shop offers banh mi sandwiches, rolls and other local specilities ”
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“Sadec District specializes in products from the Mekong River, products are inspired from villages along the Mekong, and re-designs them by adding a sleek-contemporary look.”
  • Recomendado por 6 habitantes locales
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“If you’re even the slightest bit into Vietnamese food, you’ve probably eaten numerous banh mi sandwiches. Along with pho, easily the most exported Vietnamese speciality is banh mi. Although banh mi can mean a variety of different things, and in Vietnamese it actually just means bread, sometimes the term can be used to refer to any type of the beautiful Vietnamese personal baguette sandwich. From LeBlanc Saigon in few steps, you can tried this shop with Bánh Mì style”
  • Recomendado por 5 habitantes locales
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“French bakery (boulangerie et pâtisserie) located just near Ben Thanh market. You'll find almost everything you want: baguette, viennoiseries (croissant, pain au raisins, pain au chocolat, flan, chouquettes), cakes, and a wide selection of French sandwiches (ham, pâté, rillettes ...). You can eat and drink on site.”
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