After breakfast, thee hee seemed like it was still not enough we decided to have something sweet for dessert. We walked a little from the beef noodles stall and saw a chic bakery (yes yes I tried this one too in 2008) using a French name, Tous Le Jours which means Everyday. The irony is the bakery is not French-owned but Korean. =D
We were welcomed by the friendly but obviously busy staff. Each of them was busy with their task and moving from one station to another. Yes even in the store, regardless of its French name they play Korean pop songs on the speakers.
Lots and lots of freshly baked bread.
Ok I was silently snapping photos because I know I was not allowed to but the temptation was too strong. I just love the very stylish designs cakes, and should be yummy too but we did not try any.
We bought some bread made with fruit ingredients of course, and we chomped the delicious pastry under a fake orange tree.
..when this one looked up at me and smiled at me, and continued looking at me and smiling at me while I was eating. Ok that made me blush coz he was cute really. =)
Upstairs, there was more sitting area indoor and outdoor. We saw these lovely quotations expressing the beautiful Parisian spirit.
Nana posing outdoors.
Lovely. Tous Le Jours. =)
Yay! This is my final post for our trip in Ho Chi Minh City. Hope that you have enjoyed our trip and may the info be useful for your trip here. See you back in Malaysia! =)