New Saigon Bakery & Deli

640 S. Federal Blvd.
Denver, CO 80219
303-935-7859
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  • Sun, Tue-Thu, Sat 8am-7pm
  • $
  • Kid Friendly, Takeout
  • Parking Lot Available
Thai Nguyen and Ha Pham presided over New Saigon restaurant for more than three decades, long enough to watch it become the oldest Vietnamese eatery in Denver — and to watch their daughters open New Saigon Bakery next door. Although the couple sold their restaurant this year, the bakery is still under family control. An and Thoa Nguyen serve up the kinds of snacks you find on bustling Vietnamese streets: banh mi sandwiches, all crusty bread loaded with pâtés and cured pork, pickled vegetables and jalapeños; sweet sticky-rice pudding, or che, made with taro and served cold with coconut milk; and jackfruit with coconut gel and coconut string. But don’t let us spoil the fun: The best way to experience the bakery is to go in and explore. You’re sure to uncover something surprising, be it a nostalgic bite of the past or an ingredient you’ve never heard of.

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