Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine at @TraVinh_PH Express at Courtyard@453
IMO, Vietnamese is one of the most underrated cuisines in the Philippine food scene. Many of us only know Vietnamese food because of pho, fresh spring rolls and banh mi but it is way more than that. I admit I’m one of those people who’s not as familiar with it as it is rarely my go to food. But I just realized I am missing out on so much.
I recently visited a Vietnamese restaurant that has been flying under the radar but is considered by many who loves Vietnamese food as one of the bests in the country: Tra Vinh. It has already three branches in the metro but the one I went to is their express store inside Courtyard@453 , 453 P. Guevarra St., San Juan City.
Tra Vinh is actually a provincial city in Vietnam. It is located in the Mekong Delta region, which is in the Southern part of Vietnam which happens to have local dishes that are unique to them and also has their own versions of national dishes. But the restaurant is actually started and was founded by Mr. Van Chien Ho who’s Vietnamese and living in Australia. It was brought to the Philippines by Mr. Michael Ang, who’s very familiar with the food and beverage business which was his profession before co-founding Tra Vinh Philippines. Majority of the ingredients that they use for their dishes are imported and if locally sourced must be of high-quality to give their clienteles the best authentic flavors.
In photos: Special Tra Vinh Noodle Soup, Vietnamese Iced Coffee, Iced Cendol, Vietnamese Pancake, Homemade Vietnamese Coffee Iced Cream and Chili Salted Squid
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