Hotspot: Boguette - Vietnamese Baguette


A few weeks ago I’ve met up with my brother and we had dinner at Boguette, a small food place that specializes in Vietnamese baguettes also known as ‘bánh mì’. It seems all my visits to Vietnamese eatery are all located in small shops because remember Kimmade? But luckily Kimmade sure serves food with bold flavors and I hoped Boguette would too!

I actually have been to Boguette  2-3 years ago before with Carmen but we both only ordered the bubble teas. Now I came back for their baguettes and finally do a fuller hotspot-post about it!


Een paar weken geleden ging ik samen met broerlief uiteten bij Boguette, een klein eettentje dat gespecialiseerd is in Vietnamese baguettes ook wel 'bánh mì' genoemd. Het lijkt erop dat al mijn bezoekjes aan de Vietnamese eetgelegenheden zich in kleine pandjes gevestigd zijn, net als bij de eerdere Kimmade in Utrecht. Kimmade was gelukkig een heerlijke ervaring geweest en hoopte natuurlijk dat dit ook voor Boguette geld.

Ik ken Boguette eigenlijk al want 2-3 jaar terug was ik hier geweest voor de bubble thee samen met Carmen. Ik ben terugkomen voor de broodjes en kan eindelijk een vollere blogpost over schrijven.

WE HAVE ORDERED: 1 5-spice chicken bánh mì (Vietnamese baguette), 1 lemongrass tofu bánh mì, 1 tea, 1 cookie & cream flavored bubble tea.

My drink and food
I`ve picked the lemongrass tofu baguette which is also the only vegetarian option. As for my drink I went for their cookie & cream flavored bubble tea. An unusual flavor pick for my bubble tea and the taste reminds me more of a milk chocolate drink honestly but still pretty tasty. The lemongrass tofu baguette on the other hand is really delicious! And very spicy! In the older reviews some people complained about how skimpy the filling were inside the baguette but I think mine was well stuffed and importantly my belly too.

I rather have a free baguette but o well.
ADDRESS:  Botersloot 60-A, Rotterdam - THE NETHERLANDS 
Food:  4/5 Service: ♥♥ 3/5 Interior:  2/5 Price:  3/5 


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