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Saigon Bakery

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by Yui Sakata (subscribe)
A Melbourne food lover and explorer. Invite me over for an honest review!
Published October 8th 2012
Aromatic taste of Saigon, get 'em here
Sandwich
Vietnamese sandwich @ Saigon Bakery


Named after French-influenced capital which is now called Ho Chi Ming City, Saigon Bakery delivers savoury sandwiches in distinctly fragrant bread with its traditions imported from the motherland. The North Richmond bakery is a perfect stop to grab a take-away quick bite as well as to fetch your everyday dinner rolls from.

Bread
Fresh bread at Saigon Bakery


Their speciality bread is a one-serving baguette, a style originally brought over by the French and localized to fit the popularity of banh mi, or Vietnamese sandwiches, which is exactly the speciality of this bakery shop. The Vietnamese baguette is distinct for its compact size, making a sandwich with similar volume to a Subway six-inch (My reference is only to the size).

At Saigon Bakery, the complexity of flavours is golden. Any of the sandwich choices from their large menu board comes with a good handful of meat and fresh veggies on a thick spread of pate. With Vietnamese sandwiches, freshness is tested in shredded carrot and coriander and not lettuce and tomato as in the traditional kind. No cheese is involved, either, but those Asian sandwiches manage to be satisfying in its own way.

This perfect lunch fix costs no more than two $2 coins; An amazing deal. Saigon Bakery is located on the south side of Victoria Street. Look for this sign and enjoy your lunch.

Sign
Look for this sign on Victoria Street
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Why? Fragrant Vietnamese sandwich makes perfect lunch.
When: Morning to about 5 pm
Phone: 03-9429-1213
Where: 174 Victoria Street, Richmond 3121
Cost: Below $4
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