The festival unites 150 pavilions from local and international food establishments, all celebrating the beloved baguette. This festival honours the creativity and skill of Vietnamese bakers, showcasing the baguette’s integral role in the country’s cuisine.
An impressive entrance display crafted from Vietnamese Banh Mi (baguette) welcomes visitors to the festival.
A giant model baguette takes centre stage, showcasing an incredible 150 different fillings and side dishes used in the iconic Vietnamese baguette.
The expansive baguette model displays a mouth-watering array of variants, including baguettes with salmon and lemon sauce, as well as vegetarian options with cheese and vegetables.
Visitors can get hands-on in a special area dedicated to baguette-making with clay, offering a unique insight into Vietnamese food culture.
Crowds gather to sample the delicious free baguettes on offer.
Traditional food stalls prove popular, with visitors flocking to sample authentic Vietnamese cuisine.
Foreign visitors eagerly taste the famous Vietnamese baguette, a true fusion of cultures.
For the first time, visitors witness the art of baguette-making by skilled chefs, offering a behind-the-scenes look at this culinary delight.
VietKings, the Vietnamese record organisation, presents a certificate recognising the national record of 150 fillings and side dishes for the Vietnamese baguette, as displayed on the impressive giant model.
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