Roasted Pork Bread (Banh Mi) – Eat Best Food in Con Dao
Roasted Pork Bread (Banh Mi) – Eat Best Food in Con Dao

Con Dao Roasted Pork Bread, a delicious, nutritious and convenient dish loved by many people, you can enjoy it at any time of the day.

By Thomas Vietnam at | Official Con Dao Visitor Guide

1. Better to Know as a Food Lover

Find them: Con dao.

Best time: Dusk-Dawn

Don’t miss: Roasted Pork Bread

Local’s pick: Roasted Pork Bread restaurant

Tourist’s pick: Restaurant in Con Dao


Facts: Banh mi is considered a popular fast food and is usually consumed for breakfast or any snack of the day. Because of its reasonable price, banh mi has become a favorite dish of many people.

2. Better to Know Roasted Pork Bread

The origin of Banh Mi

Vietnamese bread is derived from baguette, brought to South Vietnam by the French in the 20th century. Some researchers believe that banh mi has been present in Vietnam for 150 years ago. Decades later, Vietnamese banh mi spread throughout the central and southern regions, especially in Saigon. The Saigon people then modified the baguette into a smaller and shorter loaf, only about 30–40 cm, and the inside of the baguette was hollow to accommodate more fillings, similar to a sandwich. Depending on the ingredients, bread has different names. In addition, banh mi is also served with a variety of dishes, such as braised beef, sardines or shumai.

After 1975, following the migration and crossing of the sea by Vietnamese people, Vietnamese bread became popular in many countries and territories around the world. This dish is present in nearly every country where Vietnamese expatriates live because of its easy-to-find ingredients as well as simple processing, suitable for the culture of the place where they live. In the usual way of calling, the British Americans changed the word “banh mi” to banh mi instead of calling Vietnamese sandwiches like similar dishes. In March 2012, the travel website of The Guardian newspaper voted Saigon bread in the top 10 most delicious and attractive street foods in the world.

Particularly, coming to Roasted Pork Bread shop, tourists will feel the unique quality from the bread, feel the crispy taste of the cake, the rich taste of meat, the crunchy sour taste of each pickle. Surely no guest can forget once they have eaten.

3. Roasted Pork Bread in Con Dao

Diners love roasted pork bread because the crust is crispy and hot. The filling has cucumber, onion, cilantro, chili and especially crispy roasted pork, drizzled with a layer of fragrant roasted pork sauce. When biting into everything blends together, creating an unforgettable wonderful taste that once eaten, we want to eat again and again but not everywhere can create a unique delicious taste of roast pork buns, roast pork must be pork roast in a professional oven and must have a special heirloom marinade recipe.

Food hygiene is always a top concern, so ingredients such as vegetables must always be fresh, bread is always preserved to keep its crispiness, especially roasted pork must be a pig that has been cooked.

4. How to Make Roasted Pork Bread

Preparation materials:

Bread: Should choose a standard bread oven with crispy crust, spongy, fragrant inside

Roast pork



Pickles (carrot and radish salad)


Ingredients for making the sauce:

Cooking oil: cup

Filtered water: cup

Ground soy sauce or soy sauce: tablespoon

Tapioca flour: 1 tablespoon

Purple onion: 5 pieces

Dried garlic: 5 cloves

MSG: teaspoon

Salt: teaspoon


1 lemon (squeeze the juice)

Minced chili

Instructions for making meatloaf:

Making sauce: Sauce is the most important part that determines the deliciousness of bread. Having a part of the sauce is 70-80% successful.

Step 1: Prepare the ingredients: You dissolve the energy with water to dissolve evenly, peel off the shell, wash and chop it. Squeeze lemon juice. Then put the filtered water, sugar, soy sauce, salt, MSG in a small and pointed bowl.

Step 2: Put the pan on the stove, add oil to the hot temperature, then, the chopped shallots are fried until fragrant. Then combine the marinade into the pan and bring to a boil for a period of 3-5 minutes.

Step 3: From the ability to combine in step 2 and to be honest, when starting to combine, turn off the stove and wait, add water, pepper, combine and then proceed to bid. just fine. A little trick is that you can add a little cinnamon bark to the sauce to help your bread have a special smell.

You have completed an extremely attractive loaf of bread and then roasted pork:

+ Step 1: Cut cucumber lengthwise into many slices, roast pork cut into bite-sized pieces, cilantro, bread cut a longitudinal line on the outside.

+ Step 2: Place 2 slices of cucumber in the center of the loaf, then add roasted meat, pickles and cilantro on top. Finally, pour over the top of the tongs. If the customer eats spicy food, you can add a few slices or a little bit of chili to enhance the taste of the cake.

That’s you have completed an extremely attractive loaf of bread.

5. Pro tips:

Here are our tips for easing your mind (and stomach) around food-handling environments that you may not be used to.

Make sure the food is freshly cooked. If you’re eating hot street food, it’s always safest (not to mention more delicious) to eat food you can see being cooked to order.

Look for lines and busy stalls. Busy street food stalls are an indicator of popularity, and their high turnover rate means the food is never sitting out for hours and developing dreaded bacteria. Yes, long lines can be discouraging when you’re hungry after a full day of exploring, but it’s not worth the risk of grabbing precooked food from the empty spot next door.

Eat when the locals are eating. The last and most important element here is when to eat. You’re likely already on a weird eating schedule while you’re traveling, but it’s important to try and adjust to the eating times of where you are. A bowl of pho might be lunch for Americans, but it’s breakfast for the Vietnamese. This ensures that you’re eating freshly cooked food and that you can find the best and most popular places to eat.

If you can’t drink the water, then you can’t eat the salad. Most people get so hung up on not drinking the water or skipping ice in drinks that they don’t think about all of the other ways in which water is used in food service. Fruits and vegetables tend to be washed with tap water in most places, rather than the filtered water that locals drink—or sometimes it’s not washed at all. If you’re really craving some produce, try fruits you can peel or cooked veggies.

Trust your gut. If you’re unsure about the food or the way that it’s being prepared, then keep moving. Eating street food all over the world doesn’t make you an expert. Every stall and every country are different, and sometimes the rules can be harder to follow. When something doesn’t look, smell, or feel right, don’t eat it! Trust your judgment. Chances are that there’s another spot close by that’s making something more delicious.

Must-Eat Foods & Restaurants in Can Tho: Co Ut’s Cong cakeUt Dzach Fine Rice VermicelliThanh Van Grilled Pork SausageCrab Noodle Soup At Floating MarketScorched Rice with Caramelized Fish Sauce7-Toi’s Duck Meat PancakeBanh Mi ThuyBanana Blossom SaladFried Spring RollsFresh Spring RollsFetal duck egg (balut)Honeycomb CakeMini Sticky Rice CakeCassava Silkworm CakeGrilled Banana Wrapped in Sticky RiceKhmer-style Bun Goi Da SoupEgg CoffeeCon Son Grilled Snakehead FishBun Mam – Fermented Fish Noodle SoupLau Mam – Fermented Fish HotpotGrilled Snails with PepperMagenta Sticky Rice CakeDuck cooked with Fermented TofuRice Noodle PizzaVegetarian Noodle SoupSnails Stuffed With Pork

Must-Eat Foods & Restaurants in Chau Doc: Chau Doc Fish Noodle SoupSugar Palm FruitBasa Fish Hot PotMam (Fermented fish)Phu Huong Beef Noodle Soup, Broken Rice with Pork Chop, Long Xuyen Broken RiceNui Cam PancakeO Thum’s Chicken Grilled with Lime LeavesStir-fried Shrimp with Sesbania FlowerSweet & Sour Soup with Siamese Mud Carp Soup & Sesbania FlowerCaramelized & Braised CatfishGrilled Rice-field Rat with Salt and Chili

Must-Eat Foods & Restaurants in Soc Trang: Pia CakeCong Cake (Banh Cong)Bun Nuoc Leo Soc Trang’s Noodle SoupSoc Trang’s Bun Goi Da SoupDuck Noodle Soup with black PepperCurry Noodle SoupGrilled Beef on TileKhmer-style Tube CakeKhmer-style Mung Bean Cake (Banh In)Dried Radish (Xa Bau)Stir-Fried Noodles with Seafood (Mi Sua)Soc Trang’s Green Rice Flakes

Must-Eat Foods & Restaurants in Ben Tre: Phu Le Rice WineBen Tre’s Coconut CandyFlat BananaCoconut RiceSnail PancakeSea Snail with Coconut MilkCoconut WormYoung Coconut Salad with Shrimp & PorkSon Doc Puff Rice Paper

Must-Eat Foods & Restaurants in Cai Be: Puffed Rice Cake

Must-Eat Foods & Restaurants in Vinh Long: Elephant Ear Fish (fried giant gourami)

Must-Eat Foods & Restaurants in My Tho: Fried Sticky RiceSnakehead Fish Rice PorridgeHu Tieu My Tho (Noodle Soup)Coconut Banana Cake

Must-Eat Foods & Restaurants in Tra Vinh: Macapuno CoconutBun Nuoc Leo Tra Vinh’s Noodle SoupTra Cuon’s Sticky Rice Cake

Must-Eat Foods & Restaurants in Sadec: Sa Dec Noodle SoupSadec Crab HotpotLai Vung Spring RollsSa Giang Shrimp Puff PastryLai Vung Tangerine

Must-Eat Foods & Restaurants in Bac Lieu: Spicy Beef Noodle SoupBac Lieu’s Three-striped CrabWhite Radish PiesBac Lieu Thick Noodles & Creamy Coconut MilkBon Bon Pickles

Must-Eat Foods & Restaurants in Ca Mau: Banh tam ga cay (Silkworm rice cake with curried chicken)Grilled Vop clams with salt and pepperGrilled Mudskipper FishStone Crab Roast With SaltYoung Bee SaladNam Can’s CrabU Minh Forest’s HoneyU Minh’s Fermented Fish Hotpot

Must-Eat Foods & Restaurants in Hau Giang: Cau Duc PineappleCai Tac’s Pork Organs PorridgeHau Giang’s Bronze Featherback Fish Cake

Must-Eat Foods & Restaurants in Ha Tien: Herring Fish SaladSpider crab cake soupKen Noodle soupXoi Xiem (Siamese sticky rice)Steamed Noodle soupHa Tien Oyster porridge

Must-Eat Foods & Restaurants in Rach Gia: Stir Noodle SoupKien Giang Fish Noodle Soup

Must-Eat Foods & Restaurants in Con Dao: Bang nut jamVu Nang SnailRoasted Pork Bread (Banh Mi)Coconut Ice Cream

Must-Eat Foods & Restaurants in Phu Quoc: Phu Quoc Sim WinePhu Quoc PepperPhu Quoc fish sauce

Hopefully, the above tips will help you to come up with a great plan for your adventure in Mekong River Delta, Vietnam. Have a safe trip!

“Sleep less, travel more, respect more” – Thomas Vietnam – Local travel expert.

Thank you

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