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5 long-standing breakfast addresses in Ho Chi Minh City


If you are wondering what to eat this morning, please ‘pocket’ the 5 places below to experience.
A delicious breakfast will help you start your day full of energy. Ho Chi Minh City with its rich culinary world has never run out of delicious dishes for you to enjoy. The addresses below are delicious and attractive breakfast restaurants for your reference.

Pho Hoa Born in the 60-70s of the last century, Pho Hoa is a frequented address of many gourmets. Here, the broth is simmered from the bone along with the thin, chewy noodle soup to make the right bowl of pho. Compared to other restaurants, Pho Hoa has a taste closer to the taste of Saigon people. In addition to beef, the shop has many different types of pho for diners to choose from such as chicken, beef balls, pork rolls… Address: Pasteur, District 3 Opening hours: 5-23:30 Price: 85,000-95,000 VND Photo: Agirlaboutchicago Thanh Xuan noodle soup Located in a small alley in District 1, the noodle shop for more than half a century is always crowded with diners. The shop scored with dried crab noodles served with sauce and crispy pate chaud. Here, the taste of noodles is made according to the traditional recipe, so it is different from other places. My Tho noodles are boiled to keep the clarity and toughness. The bowl is full of shrimp meat, crab claws, topped with a sauce that will surely warm your stomach in the morning. Address: Ton That Thiep, District 1 Opening hours: 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m Price: 30,000-70,000 VND Photo: Mysteriousaigon, rio.thefoodlist_ Hoa Ma Pan Bread One of the oldest “names” in Ho Chi Minh City, Hoa Ma pan bread has been around since the 60s of the last century. Here, a full mixed pan includes 2 omelets, spring rolls, fish cakes, cinnamon rolls, bacon, sausages, onions… All are heated before serving diners. . To combat boredom, the shop has an extra plate of pickles for you to eat. However, the price for each piece of bread here is relatively high. Many diners commented that because there is no dipping sauce, if you are not used to it, you will feel the dish is a bit dry. Address: Cao Thang, District 3 Opening hours: 7-10h Price: 50,000-60,000 VND Photo: Eatwithcheesie Porridge for Miss Ut Located on Co Giang Street, the shop is more than 80 years old and is a familiar stop for many diners. The bowl of porridge here is considered full. Porridge seeds are roasted before cooking to expand but not be crushed, delicious to eat. Porridge is cooked in the old Saigon style with fresh blood added directly to the pot, so eating is different from other places. In addition to porridge, liver, blood, young intestines, sausages, stomach… are handled well, so when eating, there is no smell. If you are afraid to eat some ingredients, you can tell the owner when ordering. Address: Co Giang, District 1 Opening hours: 6-14h Price: 40,000-70,000 VND Photo: Tebefood, lanwiththi Thieu Ky noodle family Starting from a simple noodle burden in the 1930s, Thieu Ky became the oldest and most famous restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City. The bowl of noodles here is appreciated for its authentic Chinese taste. The broth has a sweet, fatty taste of stewed bones, delicious hand-made noodles served with signature shrimp cakes and spicy satay. The restaurant serves char siu noodles, heirloom oyster sauce noodles, and dumplings filled with fresh shrimp. Recently, the restaurant has received many comments about the uneven quality of the food. Small space, seats and quite limited parking are the minus points of the restaurant. Address: Le Dai Hanh, District 11 Opening hours: 6:30 to 22:30 Price: 40,000-60,000 VND Photo: Ansapsaigon, im.lucass.