ket qua tran tot - The Most Expensive "Banh Mi" In Ho Chi Minh City That Is Worth A Try
Long queues of Saigoneses, tourists, and shippers in front of the "banh mi" Huynh Hoa shop have long become a familiar scene every afternoon. The shop is located on No.26 Le Thi Rieng Street, District 1, just a short walk from Ben Thanh Market. "Banh mi" Huynh Hoa has been operating for over 30 years and is known as the most expensive yet delicious "banh mi" in Ho Chi Minh City by far.
Banh Mi Huynh hoa - Photo: @ivandcphoto
Foodies and loyal customers are always willing to pay at least 3 USD for a "banh mi" with thick layers of cold cuts, meat, pickled vegetables, sliced cucumbers, daikon, cilantro, chili, and paste. What makes "banh mi" Huynh Hoa among the most desirable dishes is its unique mayonnaise mix. This dish is often said to be incredibly good, meaty, and nutritious.
Banh Mi Huynh Hoa - Photo: @misterydining
The shop opens daily from 9 am to 7 pm. During its peak hours from 2 pm to 5 pm, it takes up to 30 minutes to order and receive "banh mi".
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