Dinner

Saigon Miniskirt

Lyon 7, France

Description

I am a Vietnamese-American living in Lyon, France. I am so excited to share the Vietnamese cuisine my mother taught me to make, things that you probably have never tried in Western Vietnamese restaurants! Also, I learned to cook Mexican food from my stepmother, as well as traditional American food (Southern, Midwestern,breakfasts, weird stuff) from my grandmother of my American father's side. Take a look at what I make...I am trying to find time to add more as I cook a wide variety of things.

Available to make breakfast, lunch or dinner, but this website only lets you choose one...why, I have no idea....

*I speak English, je parle français, hablo español, Ich spreche ein bissen Deutsch....so don't worry about not being able to communicate if you join me! My French boyfriend might be ther to eat with us, or some other friends but you only pay for yourself!*

Menu composition:

  • Appetizer
  • Starter
  • Main course
  • Dessert
  • Alcoholic beverage

Cuisine

  • Format: Dinner
  • Type: Vietnamese cuisine

Guest preferences

  • Minimum: 2 people
  • Maximum: 4 people
  • Table suited to: Locals, Tourists, Foreigners

Previously at Mupp's table

Discover some dishes out of Mupp's kitchen in order to whet your appetite!

  • Bun Rieu Cua

    Bun Rieu Cua

    Main course

  • Lemongrass Mint Lemonade

    Lemongrass Mint Lemonade

    Drink

  • Café Sua Da

    Café Sua Da

    Drink

    Vietnamese hot or iced coffee with sweetened condensed milk.

  • Gelée of Coconut with Fruit

    Gelée of Coconut with Fruit

    Dessert

  • Posole

    Posole

    Main course

    Mexican stew/soup made with an Ancho & Pasilla chile pork broth, pork stew meat, hominy, avocado, sliced radishes, lime, and corn tortillas.

  • Birria

    Birria

    Main course

    Mexican stew/soup of either goat or beef broth and meat, garnished with Mexican oregano, red cabbage, onions, lime. Served with corn tortillas.

  • American Breakfast 1: Denver Omelette

    American Breakfast 1: Denver Omelette

    Main course

    American-style omelette with sautéed red and green peppers, onions, sour cream (optional), cheddar cheese, and diced ham. Always served with the crispiest homemade hash browns and toast.

  • Hash Browns

    Hash Browns

    Main course

    Always the accompaniment for my American breakfasts!

  • Phở

    Phở

    Main course

    Made with my 8 hour homemade beef broth. No bouillon cubes here, I boil those bones!

  • Canh Chua Cá

    Canh Chua Cá

    Main course

    Vietnamese Sour Fish Soup. Pineapple/tamarind/fish bouillon , tomatoes, pineapple chunks, rascasse fish in French, taro stem, green onions, bean sprouts. Garnished with fresh Vietnamese herbs & rice.

  • Muffaletta

    Muffaletta

    Main course

    Sandwich from New Orleans, Louisiana. Italian ciabatta loaf, delicious olive salad spread, mortadella, salami, coppa, provolone, olive oil. A killer! Served surely with a good ol' New Orleans Sazerac.

  • Banh Tom

    Banh Tom

    Main course

    Shrimp and sweet potato fritters served with nuoc mam, Viet pickles, herbs and salad. A tuerie!!!

  • Cha Ca La Vong

    Cha Ca La Vong

    Main course

    Tasty Hanoi fish made with turmeric, dill, yogurt, shrimp paste, green onions, herbs, peanuts, either rice or noodles.

  • Bánh xèo

    Bánh xèo

    Main course

    Viet crisy crepe of rice flour, coconut milk, shrimp, pork, bean sprouts, herbs, nuoc mam, salad.

  • Weird American Meal

    Weird American Meal

    Main course

    I've eaten some funky sh1t that really only weird Americans eat.
    Sample menu (use google):
    Cheez Whiz & pimiento crackers + Frito Pie + Fluffernutter dessert + root beer or Mountain Dew or Dr Pepper!

  • Frito Pie

    Frito Pie

    Main course

    The LOL of American cuisine! Yes, my compatriots eat this! Originating in New Mexico and part of my Weird American Meal! Also known as a 'Walking Taco!'

  • Fluffernutter

    Fluffernutter

    Dessert

    SO bad, it's good. What am I talking about? it is just GOOD! hahaha Peanut butter + marshmallow cream + toast! Optional bananas and chocolate! Part of my Weird American Meal.

  • Root Beer Float

    Root Beer Float

    Dessert

    You will probably hate it HAHAHA! part of my Weird American Meal.

  • Real American Chocolate Chip Cookies

    Real American Chocolate Chip Cookies

    Dessert

    Have to be made with Toll house chocolate chips, which I smuggle back on my trips to the USA. :O)