And eat some more food.
And finalize paperwork for Mike’s scooter.
First up was a restaurant called Quan An Ngon (Street of Good Eats).A great concept – take all the best street vendors and food from all over the city and place in one open air restaurant with the vendors and kitchen out in open food court-style for you to walk around and select from.Unfortunately the food looked much better than it tasted. This Mi Quang was bland and watered-down.Fortunately we were soon rewarded with good eats with one phone call to Anne’s Aunt & Uncle from France, wintering in Vietnam.
It was a 7 course beef dinner the first night and then dim sum the next morning.And a bowl of Mi Vit (duck and egg-noodle soup) to make up for the poor rendition we had gotten at the Good Eats restaurant.
We even got to ride around in style to the restaurant.
Last, but not least we got to eat one last Donner kebab baguette.Even though we weren’t going to make it to Cambodia and the temples at Angkor Wat we did get a chance to take in the sights of Saigon one last time, a city we have truly fallen in love with.