Prem Vegetarian Bistro

Prem Vegetarian Bistro is such a hidden gem
It’s down a little alley way, it’d be hard to see or find them

The menu board

The word “Prem” means “love” in sanskrit
Isn’t that just the nicest name for it?

The front

But again, this came by recommendation
from Colby who’s full of amazing suggestions!

The decor

This eatery and the people exude good vibes
The feel from floor to ceiling is really nice

My AMAZING Ashtanga smoothie!!! OMG

Apparently it’s owned by a Vietnamese celebrity,
I don’t know who but they know what’s yummy!

Christmas Lunch

We went there on Christmas Day with our Ho Chi crew
We had the most deluxe lunch, so Shio and I went the next day too!

I got a burger and Shio got a spinach pancake stack (+Shio’s smoothie)
My burger (sorry about the lighting)

We wanted to eat absolutely the whole menu,
(and if we had time I think we could do!)

Close ups of (Shio’s spinach pancake stack) (yay sharing!) and my chickpea burger with a homemade brown rice roll!
Happy smoothie face

It was definitely my favourite restaurant in Vietnam
Remember, we travelled all over from top to bottom!

Dessert – Caramelised bananas with ice-cream ❤
Dessert – Passionfruit mousse in a passionfruit! ❤

7 thoughts on “Prem Vegetarian Bistro

  1. What a neat find! That burger looks incredible. Haha I’ve been away from my blog for so long that I didn’t even know you were in Vietnam now! That’s so exciting! So, you stopped teaching in Japan? I look forward to following along on your adventure 🙂

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    1. Omg was soooo delicious. This place is so hidden so if you go to Saigon then definitely search it out! Oh nah I went to Vietnam over Xmas just for a holiday. I stopped teaching on Jet though and work for a start up now! Still in Japan though! So if you ever come back we’ve gotta meet up this time! ❤


      1. Ah, I see! I’ve really got to keep up haha! So, you’re working for a start up now. I’d love to hear how it goes, and how it compares to JET. You know what, I actually went to Saitama briefly for the first time a few weeks ago! Many more foreigners. It was a very short, but neat visit! As expected, I saw a lot of sweet potato taiyaki hahaha 😛

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      2. Haha yeah! I bought a train pass and could ride as many trains as I wanted all day, so to make the most of it I decided to head out to Kawagoe, because I was always curious. It took a lot longer than I expected though! By the time I got there it was late, so I pretty much just explored around the train station and headed back to Tokyo! I’m going to get there earlier in the day next time!

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