December 08, 2015

House of Bawai

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    House of Bawai is a Vietnamese and Filipino cuisine restaurant located in Solenad 3 in Nuvali Sta. Rosa Laguna. Another branch can be found in the cool city of Tagaytay. ‘Bawai’ means ‘grandma’ in Vietnamese which characterizes the overall feel of the restaurant – warm, fussy, and laidback. About 80% of the ingredients used here are all imported from Vietnam making its flavours truly Vietnamese.

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    Have a bite of the crispy lettuce and shrimp wrapped together in a spring roll, the Goi Cuon

    Enjoy its Goi Cuon (P220), Vietnam’s well-loved comfort food made from fresh vegetables, noodles, and shrimp wrapped together in a spring roll with Gomodare peanut sauce.

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    The delicious and spicy Pho Bo

    You can also try its Pho Bo (P365), a hearty soup mixed with sweet and spicy sauce that reminds you of how your grandma prepared dishes and served them with love and warmth. Visit Bawai for some heartwarming dining experience.

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    Try the shrimp dish ‘Tom Rang Me’ (P415) in sweet and sour sauce.

                 
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