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Locked Down & Hungry. 8 Saigon Deliveries You Need To Try This April

In our COVID-19 world of social-distancing and uncertainty, here’s one thing you can be absolutely certain about – this quality list of Saigon deliveries you need to try this April.

From Vietnamese, Indian, Western, beer and wine, these suggestions will bring a bit more light into your life and warmth into your belly.

Award-winning chef Peter Cuong Franklin and his team at Anan Saigon have jumped into the delivery ring with a bang.

Before COVID-19, Anan Saigon didn’t offer deliveries, but you wouldn’t know it judging by the quality of their offerings.

Their mouthwatering wagyu beef brisket banh mi with pate, tomato and cucumber is one of the best you’ll ever try, while their chicken and banana blossom salad has a taste that just simply reminds you of Vietnam.

For sweetooths, Anan’s gorgeous looking creme brulée featuring Dalat strawberries from Vietnam’s central highlands is just the ticket.

Order here: https://www.facebook.com/anansaigon/app/701720909911837/

Beervana has been quenching Vietnam’s thirst for craft beer for the past couple of years now and they’ve come to the delivery party with some great special offers and even an initiative during these tough times where with every order, they give back to their partners in support.

Order here: https://beervanabia.com/

Everyone loves great Indian cuisine, so you need look no further than Baba’s Kitchen.

Robin and his crew have been long-established in Saigon and they also have an outlet in Hoi An.

For those who like their curries mild, give Baba’s butter chicken a run, but if you’re looking for something a bit more authentic and with some extra kick, order their palak paneer.

Order here: https://babaskitchen.vn/

Another product of Indian origin offering deliveries in Saigon is BIRA91.

Their current offerings include their Blonde Summer Lager (ABV 5%), Belgian-style White Ale (ABV 4.9%) and IPA (ABV 6.5%), or if you’d like to try some of each, order their variety pack.

Order here: https://shopee.vn/bira91

Even though we’re living in a country with some of the most amazing cuisine on the planet, we all hanker for homegrown comfort food once in a while.

Eddies New York Deli & Diner delivers that.

Eddies is open from 8am to 10pm 7-days a week so you can get your fix any time of the day.

Order here: https://www.facebook.com/EddiesSaigon/

These guys need little introduction.

Heart of Darkness Brewery has nailed the craft beer market in Vietnam and now has a taproom in Singapore, too.

Since launching around four years ago, HoD has produced 410 different beers to date.

If you’re new to their brews, try a delivery with some of their best beers like The Mistress Double IPA ABV 8.3% | IBU 78, Loose Rivet NEIPA ABV 7.5% | IBU 59, Kurtz’s Insane IPA ABV 7.1% | IBU 102, Some Sorcerer NEIPA ABV 6.5% | IBU 30 & Dream Alone Pale Ale ABV 5.7% | IBU 37.

Order here: https://www.facebook.com/heartofdarknessbrewery/

Saigon culinary mainstay L’usine has been a home-away-from-home for so many over more than a decade, starting with their first location on historic Dong Khoi Street, and now with their latest outlet in District 7.

L’usine has launched a new brunch box for two with DIY avocado toast, poached eggs, mini crispy burgers, toasted ham and cheese sandwiches, a healthy crispy chicken salad and coffee.

Order here: https://www.facebook.com/Lusinespace/

Inaugural Masterchef Vietnam winner Harold Ngo launched The OX Not Only OX towards the end of 2019 featuring the best of Vietnamese cuisine on his menu.

Now you can have it delivered right to your door.

Orders include tender oven-roasted barramundi, mi quang inspired by chef Harold’s hometown of Danang in central Vietnam, basil-infused rice and flourless chocolate cake with raspberry coulis.

Order here: https://www.facebook.com/OXbyNgoThanhHoa/

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