This is the junction of Le Thanh Ton and Hai Ba Trung Streets in District 1. It’s a great place for deaf trafficspotters. It’s a smidgen grubby, but at each of the four corners that make up this intersection there’s something of interest to eat. In the morning there’s a Pho, opposite there’s Nam Phan restaurant, two steps and the peck of an Ostrich to the side is a Banh my stall, while a stoat’s scuttle over the road will find you seated at a Bittet. It’s the Bittet I’m here for today.
Beef, frankfurter, fried egg, some kinda pate stuff, chips and oodles of grease in a 3rd degree burn inflicting hot metal cow shaped plate served a la rue.
The main act is backed up by a baguette and onion/lettuce salad effort. 15,000VD a hit, that’s a nat’s pimple shy of a buck. Worth it? Freakin’ yay. Distinctly unhealthy, decidedly marvellous.
The restaurant has that ‘street chic’ thing goin’ on. You can’t fake streetfood. That’s a mug’s game. Recommended. I’ll be back.