[Ho Chi Minh City] Plant Canteen Food – Reasonably Tasty

A long overdue post but I would like to capture where I had many of my meals in Saigon.

Before working in a plant, I had my stereotypical perception of plant canteen food – cold and unappetising. BUT obviously that was not true. Sometimes, the canteen food can be pretty tasty too. It depends on the dishes (which rotate daily) and the chef’s mood. 🙂

The complimentary meals provided in our canteen were sumptuous in my opinion. Everyone gets a set consisting of a soup, a vegetable, 1 main (or 2 if you opt out of the noodle choice), a noodle bowl, free-flow of rice, a fruit and a choice of drink or yogurt.

The above is one of my favourite lunch set – one of the rare days that they served dry noodles which I like!

Okay, jetting off to Saigon now! Look forward to my HCMC posts!

Read [Ho Chi Minh City] Up Cafe – Up Up and Away
Read [Ho Chi Minh City] L’usine – P.S. I Love You Too
Read [Ho Chi Minh City] Starbucks is going to Saigon!
Read [Ho Chi Minh City] 15 Things to do in Saigon
Read [Ho Chi Minh City] Trung Nguyen Coffee – The Saigon Starbucks
Read [Ho Chi Minh City] Intercontinental Asiana Saigon
Read [Ho Chi Minh City] Banh Cuon – Delicious Rice Rolls
Read [Ho Chi Minh City] Market 39 – Hello Saigon
Read Itacho Sushi vs. [Ho Chi Minh City] Sushi Bar – The Battle of Sushi
Read [Ho Chi Minh City] A Beautiful Vietnamese Wedding

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20 Responses to [Ho Chi Minh City] Plant Canteen Food – Reasonably Tasty

  1. The plant canteen meal looks really delicious and you have quite an appetite if you were able to finish all of that. However, it would be nice if you would include several meals that you enjoy during your tips in your future posts. This would really make you blog more interesting.

  2. K says:

    Hi rJames,

    Thanks for your comment. Yes, indeed i’m going to post several meals i enjoyed in HCMC. 🙂

    K

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