The baguette bread was toasted before serving, hence you can be assured of crispy exterior and warm, fluffy centre. The pork pate was a tad salty, but flavourful, while the pork meat had a red perimeter, resembling our very own Char Siew. But the fatty portion may be a put-off factor to some. The fresh coriander leaves lent a fresh, green hint to the sandwich, while the chilli is the typical garlic-chilli sauce commonly available in Malaysia.
Tao Pho is the interesting combination of Tau Fu Fa (soybean curd) + soy bean drink, but to an extent, complete each other perfectly. Priced at only 5000 Dong/RM1/USD0.30 per glass, the drink is refreshing enough to counter the moisture loss from all the walking and trekking. The sandwich was priced at 8000 Dong/RM1.60/USD0.45, a cheap treat compared to the noodles.
Location : Banh My @ 51, Hang Dieu, Old Quarters, Hanoi.
And Kopi-O EXTRA KAW!!!!!! with sugar to tamper the bitterness