For those who are not familiar with Bánh Xèo – a typically traditional Vietnamese food, here is a brief description: “Bánh xèo (literally "sizzling cake") are Vietnamese savoury pancakes made of rice flour, water, turmeric powder, and, in the southern region, coconut milk, stuffed with slivers of fatty pork, shrimp, and bean sprouts and then pan fried. They are served wrapped in mustard leaf, lettuce leaves or rice paper, and stuffed with mint leaves, basil, fish leaf and/or other herbs, and dipped in a sweet and sour diluted fish sauce.” And Banh Xeo 46A is regarded to serve the most delicious Banh Xeo in Ho Chi Minh City. It is not located on the sidewalk of an insanely busy street but rather down an alley with basically metal tables and plastic chair, but seeing the chef cooking in a mesmerizing rhythm is an amazing Vietnam experience. The staff is really friendly with incredibly timely manner. This restaurant is highly recommended for those who want to have the Saigon experience.