Bun Bo Hue - Oonnie - Momma Tong
Bun Bo Hue - Oonnie - Momma Tong
Bun Bo Hue - Oonnie - Momma Tong
Bun Bo Hue - Oonnie - Momma Tong
Local to Edmonton

Bun Bo Hue - 1L

Regular price $21.99 CAD
Sale price $21.99 CAD Regular price $23.99 CAD
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Bun Bo Hue - Oonnie - Momma Tong

Bun Bo Hue - 1L

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Product may arrive frozen.

Lesser known, but just as amazing. Vietnamese beef and pork soup, distinctly different (traditionally a spicy soup) with our signature deep flavor. Comes with sliced beef shank and house made Cha Hue Chien (Vietnamese Pork Sausage). Choose from medium or hot (courtesy of Momma Tong’s garlic satay)!

Serving for 2.

Soup: Bone broth (beef & pork), beef shank, onions, lemongrass, sugar, salt, spices, shrimp paste, fish sauce (anchovies).
Vietnamese sausage: ground pork, sugar, chicken powder, baking powder, potato starch, fish sauce (anchovies), oil, spices.
Garlic Satay: oil, garlic, chili pepper, chili sauce, paprika, spices.

Order before 10AM and get same day delivery/pickup!

*only in-stock products are eligible for same day delivery/pickup. Orders that contain some (or all) products that require extra processing time will be delivered/ready for pickup in 3-5 business days.

Delivery times:

We deliver orders daily Sunday - Friday from 1PM-6PM.

Want to pick up your order?

You can pick up your order at our Sherwood Park warehouse! Please schedule your pick up slot time in your Foraging Basket page or at checkout.

We're open for pick ups until 6PM on Tuesday & Thursday and until 5PM on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday & Friday.

Pick up Address: 132-2833 Broadmoor Blvd, Sherwood Park, AB

Momma Tong

Edmonton, AB

Momma Tong was started to share my love of the food I grew up with and complimented by delicious flavours I discovered over the years.

But it's been a journey to get to this point...

Growing up Vietnamese meant many things. I was the kid that sometimes brought the smelly lunch and had food with funny names or had the house that had "weird" smells coming out of it. As a child this was a point of contention. Now with the benefit of wisdom, these are the memories that helped shape my love of food.

The majority of the Vietnamese recipes I have today are from my mom who created delicious meals made with pride and no apologies when it came to flavour. My husband introduced me to the wonderful world of Korean food, I was lucky enough to enjoy many family style meals at his aunt's home. My love of Korean food grew from there.

I learned to cook and care about how I cook from my mom, aunties and sisters in law (both sides). Humble beginnings, a pinch of this, about this much of that, and some secret ingredients and techniques that made them truly stand out.

Now that I've been at this for a while, what I found it really boils down to is that I love to make food with two simple rules: Full of flavour and authentic ingredients

The dishes I'm excited to share with you today were created through trial and error and honest (perhaps too honest) critique from important women in my life, which has left an indelible influence in my cooking.

Thank you for inviting me to your dinner table, I hope you find the food as delicious as I do and I look forward to seeing you again soon.

Ban an ngon! (Eat well my friends!) 

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