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!
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