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This tiny little place on an bustling road is awesome. Freshly brewed local beer 10,000 dong for tankard, and they serve until it runs out. You sit on tiny plastic chairs in the street, crowded by other drinkers and the street life all around, and...More
This place is as cheap as it comes. Although it gets a bit crammed i enjoyed a few hours speaking to friendly new people, locals, natives and travellers alike whilst drinking 12,000 dong Saigon beer. Located in the middle of a lively backpacker area adds...More
Yes, Grandma is still alive and her two assistants sometimes crack a smile— like when the owners of the bar next door, 100, were beating the hell out of their teenage daughter with broomsticks in full view of everybody at 7pm one night. Really horrible...More
Stopped at this street bar because seats were available and lots of waving from the customers and staff.As stated in other reviews Grandma supervises from about midnight-pointing to empty seats and making sure you get your order.Its popular with locals and tourists.You'll get to learn...More
This is bia hoi, Saigon style. Plastic chairs with fresh draught beer make this place very similar to its Northern friends. Food is available, which the bar owner appears get from a stall from round the corner. All quite tasty with no adverse effects. Good...More
This place is known as Grandma's Bia Hoi bar, the woman who runs it has been here for 53 years and is in her eightees. I came here almost all of my 8 days in Saigon for the cheap beer-8000 dong Bia Hoi, 12000 dong...More