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Special Vietnamese,s Coffee ​

Vietnamese iced coffee( cà phê đá) is made using medium to coarse ground dark roast Vietnamese-grown coffee with a small metal Vietnamese drip filter (phin cà phê). After the hot water is added, the drip filter releases drops of hot coffee slowly into a cup. This finished cup of hot coffee is then quickly poured into a glass full of ice making the finished Vietnamese iced coffee.

A popular way to drink Vietnamese coffee is cà phê sữa đá, which is Vietnamese iced coffee with sweetened condensed milk. This is done by filling up the coffee cup with 2-3 tablespoons or more of sweetened condensed milk prior to the drip filter process.

Specialty Coffees

N1-Cà phê sữa nóng

Hot Vietnamese roasted coffee/w         condensed milk


N2-Cà Phê Sữa đá

Iced Vietnamese coffee/ Condensed milk


N3-Cafe đen Đá/nóng

Hot french coffee or Iced


N4-Sâm bổ lượng/Nhãn nhục


N6-Soda sữa hột gà

Soda Mix with Egg & condensed milk


N7-Trà sữa trân châu

Coconut , strawberry, Taro, Mango, Honeydew, Papaya Bubble tea 

        16 $4.50             24 oz $5.50

N8-Trà thai trân        châu

Thai Bubble Tea


N9-Yao ua

Vietnamese yogurt


Passion fruit jasmine tea popping or jelly 

Vietnamese yogurt


Lychee jasmine tea   popping or jelly

Vietnamese yogurt


Mango jasmine tea    popping or jelly

Vietnamese yogurt


Giai Khat - Beverage

N10-Đá chanh tươi

Fresh Iced Lemonade 


N11-Soda Chanh muối

Salted  iced Lemon Drink


N13-Nước dừa tươi

Fresh coconut juice


N14-Rau má

Penny wort leaves drink


N15-Rau má Đậu        xanh

Penny wort leaves drink and  Mung   bean


N16-Nước ngọt

Coke, diet Coke, Sprite , Ice tea,pepsi


N17-Chè Ba Màu

Three colors dessert


N18-chè thập cẩm/    Chè thái

Rainbow mixed fruits dessert


N19-Smoothies           ( Sinh tố)

Mango(Xoai) Jackfruit (Mit),               strawberry (dâu), Sugar apple(Mãng  cầu) Taro (Khoai môn)


N20-Smoothiese         ( Sinh tố)

(Avocado) Sinh tố bơ (Durrian) sinh     tố sầu riêng


N21-nước chanh dây

passion fruit juice 


Chả giò Spring Rolls

Alternative names Nem rán

Place of origin Vietnam

Main ingredients Ground pork, mushrooms, cellophane noodles, various julienned vegetables rice paper

Chả giò (Vietnamese: also known as Nem rán (fried spring roll), is a popular dish in Vietnamese cuisine and usually served as an appetizer in Europe and North America, where there are large Vietnamese communities. It is ground meat, usually pork, wrapped in rice paper and deep-fried.

Appetizers -Khai Vị

Bánh mì

BM-3 Bánh mì Bì

Grilled chicken Hoagies


BM-4 Bánh mì gà      nướng

Grilled chicken Hoagies


Vietnamese hoagies

BM-5 Bánh Mì bo kho

Beef stew/ with french rolls


BM-6 Bánh Mì Chay

Vegetarian hoagies


BM-7 Bánh Mì bò      nướng

Beef BBQ hoagies


Phở- Beef noodle soup

Hủ tiếu Nam Vang

Hu tieu originally comes from kuy teav, and in its simplest and purest form, is a soup, normally made with pork bones, and served with a variety of different types of noodles. Nam Vang is the Vietnamese word for Phnom Penh, the largest and capital city of Cambodia.

Together Hu Tieu Nam Vang translates to Phnom Penh Chinese noodle soup, a dish that has roots in both Cambodian and Chinese flavors, yet it’s incredibly popular in southern Vietnam.

Hủ tiếu-Rice Noodle Soup

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Consuming raw or under cooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase risk of food borne illness. Not all ingredients are listed. Please alert your server if you have any food allergies.