There’s no place like food at home was what the founder of Saigon Recipe, Nguyen Thuy Tien had been thinking when she moved to Thailand. Then she came up with the idea to open her own Vietnamese restaurant at Sukhumvit. Food here is not just basic things you only know—we mean these Chao Tom (Sugar Cane Shrimp), Namnueng and Pho. But there is a variety of authentic Vietnamese dishes that you’d love to try like Bánh Bèo (Savory Steamed Rice Cakes), Bánh Xèo (Sizzling Pancake), and a number of Spring Rolls and Summer Rolls. Try Bánh Cuốn (Steamed Rice Cake) in Saigon style by pouring all their homemade fish sauce on them, and taste it like a local. Feeling like wanting some hot soup? Forget your Pho because here you’d need to try their Bún Bò Huế (Hue Style Beef Noodle Soup); it’s a little bit spicy, but that is okay, right? Their signature dish is Canh Chua Cá Lóc (Sour Soup with Snakehead Fish), and this one is so common just like our Pad Kra Pao, but in Vietnam-style. To round things off: Chè Trôi Nước (Sweet Glutinous Rice Dumplings) served hot is a good choice or if you are into coffee, Café Sua Da is for you. Plus, the interior, here, gives you comfort and pleasant feeling. Antique collections from Saigon are shown in displays to make you feel as if you are in Vietnam.