One of the things I enjoy the most in life is good food. I mostly enjoy sharing this passion with friends like MJ, who like me, are unconditional foodies. Because we both love food so much, MJ and I can always rely on each other to try out new places and drive for hours to reach a certain place that will wow us. Today, this was Tu Hai, a small Vietnamese & Chinese restaurant subtly hidden in the outskirts of Fort Worth and which deserves more attention. It took us a little bit of turning around and making sure that we were at the right place before finding the restaurant. One thing you need to know about us, nothing comes between us and food.

We wanted to eat a good Báhn Mì - a traditional Vietnamese baguette sandwich served with liver pâté and different kinds of meats and herbs. MJ and I are huge fans of grilled pork, so we settled for a good classic grilled pork Báhn Mì. We also ordered one serving of grilled pork spring rolls and MJ settled on iced coffee with condensed milk, which turned out to be delicious. The Báhn Mì was quite cheap really, $3 for two generous slices of French baguette. The sandwich was just melting in our mouths, and I found the bread to be very light, which added to the already fantastic taste of the grilled pork and pâté. The raw jalapeño added some piquant but it was the most delicious thing I have had the pleasure to eat. It didn't take us long to finish up the two slices. And to think that I wasn't very hungry before! The disappointment came with the spring rolls. They were too sticky and flavourless. The grilled pork was probably the best part of it, and we agreed to not order the rolls in the future. At $4.5 for 3 rolls, we thought best to save our money.

MJ ready to tackle her Báhn Mì
Overall, we really liked the place and plan on going back in the future. The iced coffee and the Báhn Mì placed Tu Hai high in our food repertoire.

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3909 E. Belknap St.
Fort Worth, TX 76111 
Fort Worth, TX
$ (Inexpensive)

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