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Identity for Breadaholic restaurant in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam
Bánh mì (/ˈbæn ˌmiː/; Vietnamese pronunciation: [ɓǎɲ mî]) is a Vietnamese term for all kinds of bread. Bread, or more specifically the baguette, was introduced by the French during its colonial period.[1] The bread most commonly found in Vietnam is a single serving baguette, therefore the term bánh mì is synonymous with this type of bread. The bánh mì is usually more airy than its western counterpart, so as a result, has a thinner crust. It is often associated with a set of sandwiches, often called Vietnamese sandwiches, that are made with the bánh mì'".
Now we bring "Banh mi" to our restaurant for everyone to enjoy Vietnam famous Street Food
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Interior designed by Demtrang Deco
Thank you for eating "Banh Mi"