Madam Khanh

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According to Ms Loc who is known as The Banh Mi Queen story, in the past, She sold Vietnamese Sweet Soups and then moved to sell bread for more than 60 years. In the early days of the opening, Ms Loc’s shop had no name, then a Wester after coming here to enjoy the bread, He Named the shop brand after Ms Loc’s Husband, Mr Khanh.

Before she opened her bakery, she went to many famous bakeries in Hoi An to enjoy and then researched and created her own unique recipe with a signature taste. Every day, She and her family have to get up early in the morning to prepare the ingredients for the whole day business. In addition, bread is also bought at a reputable bakery in the city. it also contributes to the signature flavour of Banh Mi Madam Khanh.

Business House: 7:00AM – 8:00PM
Address: 115 Tran Cao Van, Hoi An
Phone: +84 90 540 48 16

Bánh mì is a Vietnamese term for all kinds of bread. The word is derived from bánh and mì (wheat). Bread, or the baguette, was introduced by the French during its colonial period. Nowadays, Bánh mì is served with pate, mayonnaise, pickled vegetables, coriander, herbs, fresh chillies, some kinds of meat, egg, And most of the bread is available in many stalls on roadsides in Hoian.

Madam Khanh – The Banh Mi Queen

Let see what travellers say about ” The Banh Mi Queen”

Our first meal for breakfast is Banh Mi. We visited Madame Khanh – The Banh Mi Queen, the best Banh Mi in Hoi An (for me, Banh Mi Phuong is like a tourist trap, especially when comparing with the quality and delicious level).

Madame Khanh is an over-80-year-old woman. The serving seemed quite slow but the reason was she did everything to ensure the quality of every single bunch of bread! She had several kinds of ingredients to put inside the Banh Mi, but the balance of tastes was so amazing. It made me want to move to Hoi An, then I can enjoy this delicious Banh Mi everyday T_T.

Believe me, you must try it!

One of the best things I have ever eaten

Runner-up for last meal. Never made it to the Anthony Bourdain recommended places. After reading the reviews that they were rude and charged different prices for foreigners, I scribbled down this address and made it my mission to try Madame Kahn, the ban mi queen. A small little place with indoor/ outdoor seating. Madame Kahn is the darling little old lady taking her time making the best food you might have ever tasted. Toasted buttery baguette, crispy veggies, spicy sauce, pate, egg, the works. It is heaven in a sandwich. We ate there twice. Each time we sat with other travellers. They had all eaten there several times, sometimes a few times a day. One dollar for the sandwich and one dollar for a cold Tiger beer or an iced coffee. Right in old town, do not miss it. I don’t think that it could ever be replicated sadly so enjoy.