We called into this cafe for tea and cake after getting lost on a long walk around the city! We ordered an orange and ginger tea and an Earl Grey tea along with a passion fruit cake. Lovely service. Love tea and cake.
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I have tried several coffee shops and bakeries in the past week but found myself to go back here to try some other cakes. Pat a Chou has a good assortment of savoury and sweet cakes and pastries. Power outlets at every seat and you...More
I, stayed at Intercontinental Asiana Saigon, that is a short walk away and they recommend this place for T - break. Great staff that speaks English and lots of pastries and pies. So good that I bought some home.
Their store on Hai Ba Trung near the French Consulate is a very comfortable place to relax and have a cup of coffee, although they may forget your order...this has happened to me four times out of ten visits, but if you're in no rush,...More
Stumbled across this bakery at 7pm and famished. Staff woman spoke no English but worked so hard to accomodate w a lot of pointing and gestures. The brioche and vanilla profiteroles (pre-pkg) were delish but the 5 stars goes to the peanut brittle that we...More
A great place to pick up little good French influenced snacks when you are in between meal or walking, exploring around the center town, like a Pate Chaud.
I had a pate pie and it was so good, real french pastry and the chocolate eccles were to die for,I was so pleased to find this lovely french patisserie, in a very busey City,that is so inpersonle.
Food: Pat a Chou reminds me of the type of small daily bakeries that you often see in Paris, however, there is much less choice of products in this Vietnamese version. The dark rye bread costs VND49,000, which is a reasonable price in Ho Chi...More