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Top 10 Must-Try Banh Mi Shops in Ho Chi Minh City

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For today’s feature we are going to walk you through the Top 10 Must-Try Banh Mi shops in the city of Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam.

Banh Mi is one of Vietnam’s most iconic food. When the French colonized Vietnam, bread and flour were introduced to the Vietnamese. Throughout the colonization, the Vietnamese folks used Vietnamese French bread with meat, sauerkraut, chili, fresh vegetables and special sauces to create a unique Vietnamese sandwich. 

Top 10 Must-Try Banh Mi in Ho Chi Minh

Among the Vietnamese sandwiches in Ho Chi Minh City, the one you should not miss is the Bánh Mì Huỳnh Hoa. It is located in the first district of Ho Chi Minh City. It is also known as the best Banh Mi in the city.

The French bread is baked crispy and the fillings include aspic slices, various types of ham, fresh vegetables, the store’s special liver pate, mayonnaise, and more.

Address: 26 Lê Thị Riêng, P. Bến Thành, Quận 1

Business hours: Daily, 2:30pm to 11pm

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Bánh mì bò nướng bơ Campuchia is a Vietnamese sandwich that has a Cambodian-style roast beef. The store’s unique specialty has attracted many young people to come and taste it.

TIP: It tastes better with some spiciness!

Address: 165 Cống Quỳnh, P. Nguyễn Cư Trinh, Q.1, TP.HCM, Việt Nam

Business hours: Daily, 2pm to 9pm

Bánh mì Cô Điệp has been in business for decades. Even if it’s open for almost 24 hours, the store is still jam-packed. Bánh mì Cô Điệp is one of those stores selling banh mi for a cheap price. Each serving costs VND10,000 (~SGD0.58). You can find meat rolls, butter, meat sauce, onions, coriander, pickles, and more inside.

Address: 238 Võ Thành Trang, P. 11, Quận Tân Bình

Business hours: Daily, 5am to 12mn

Bánh mì cóc has been widely sought and reported by the Vietnamese press. Due to its popularity, the queue in this store has always been long. One of its unique features is that the bread is round, which is different from the usual ones. The bread has a crispy crust, the proportion of meat rolls inside is larger than the vegetables, and the taste is refreshing.

Address: 112A Nguyễn Thái Sơn, Phường 3, Quận Gò Vấp, TP. Hồ Chí Minh

Business hours: Daily, 5:30am to 8:30am; 3pm to 9pm

Bánh mì hòa Mã in Cao Thắng (Cao Thắng) is one of the first shops to sell Vietnamese sandwiches in Ho Chi Minh City. Most of the cuisines here are made exclusively by urban restaurants. The rich sandwich fillings include thinly sliced pork rolls, meat sauce, eggs, fresh vegetables and sauerkraut.

Address: 53 Cao Thắng, Phường 3, Quận 3, Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam

Business hours: Daily, 6am to 11am

Bánh Mì Thịt Nướng Ng Trãi was selected by an American travel magazine called CondéNast Traveler as one of the 12 best street foods in the world. Since then, they attracted not only locals to come by their store but also tourists from different parts of the world. Their secret recipe is that their meat slices are freshly grilled making the meat fresh and juicy.

Address: 37 Đ. Nguyễn Trãi, Phường Phạm Ngũ Lão, Quận 1, Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam

Business hours: Daily, 4pm to 9pm

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Bánh Mì Như Lan has generous amounts of fillings on their sandwiches and it only costs USD1 (~SGD1.36) per sandwich.

Address: 50 Hàm Nghi, Phường Bến Nghé, Quận 1, Hồ Chí Minh

Business hours: Daily, 4am to 11pm

Bánh Mì Bảy Hổ has served their sandwiches for more than 80 years in Ho Chi Minh City. It is probably the oldest Banh Mi store in the city. You can cop their bountiful Vietnamese sandwiches for VND 10,000 (~SGD0.58).

Address: 19 Huỳnh Khương Ninh, Đa Kao, Quận 1, Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam

Business hours: Daily, 1:30pm to 7pm

Nguyên Sinh Bistro is different from the usual Vietnamese sandwiches. In here, what you can find is a plate of cold meat served on the table, with 7 different types of ingredients: liver pate, sausage, spring rolls, pork rolls, smoked meat and various sauerkraut, and imported avocados.

Address: 141 Trần Đình Xu, Q.1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Business hours: Daily, 6am to 9:30pm

Bánh mì Hồng Hoa is located in the first district of Ho Chi Minh City. Their sandwiches cost cheap at about VND 18,000 (~SGD1.05). It comes with pork, mayonnaise, vegetables and the secret recipe of family-renowned sauces, which has won the taste buds of many diners.

Address: 52 Nguyễn Văn Tráng, Quận 1, TP. HCM

Business hours: Daily, 7am to 7pm

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About Travel141

Travel141 is a South East Asia Travel and Hospitality news and information content platform. Our social media network provides influencers and hotels information in 5 languages – English, Simplified Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese and Korean.  In addition, we focus on bringing local Vietnam’s economic, lifestyle, travel, education, real estate, food and shopping content to readers globally.  

We curate the right content from a wide variety of social media sources, including WeChat, Weibo, Line, Telegram and Facebook. Our local editorial teams are based in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Johor, Ho Chi Minh, Bangkok and Hanoi and generate tailored content for our readers. Our goal is to be South East Asia’s No. 1 mobile and social platform for Travel and Hospitality content creation, aggregation and distribution. 

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