Vietnamese Coffee Culture
Have You Tried It? Saigon Bowl, Clearwater: Menu
Vietnamese coffee makes us feel good, alive and vibrant. For foodie, in addition to having a full belly, there is something very satisfying about trying new things, being exposed to new color, taste and experience.
Vietnamese coffee connects us to the far east somewhere on the busy streets of Vietnam. Vietnamese coffee connects us to their culture, to their pasts and identities/memories, and nature and its original. The Vietnamese like their coffee nice and slow, and setting up the filter and choosing the right time to drink is an art in itself. When the coffee is good, you’ll want to make it last. This is why you have to try Vietnamese coffee coffee at Saigon Bowl.
Saigon Bowl, Clearwater: Menu
Vietnamese Coffee Has French Influence. It is a strong, sweet and milky concoction that’s made with dark-roasted coffee and sweetened condensed milk. Vietnamese coffee is similar to Thai coffee, but there are two differences in the way the coffees are prepared. First, Thai coffee is brewed in a pot, rather than a phin. However, Vietnamese Coffee is also delicious, many people love coffee that’s made the Vietnamese way after a big bowl of Pho.
In Vietnam, whether served as hot coffee or iced coffee, it is served with sweetened condensed milk. This is what put Vietnamese coffee on the modern culture map. So go on, try it! Again, Vietnamese coffee makes us feel good, alive and vibrant. is is why you have to try Vietnamese coffee coffee at Saigon Bowl.