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

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The menu board

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

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The front

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

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The decor

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

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My AMAZING Ashtanga smoothie!!! OMG

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

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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!

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

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

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

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

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

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      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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