Mosquito Band plays startlingly accurate renditions of flamenco standards. Incredible musicianship without an ounce of arrogance. We saw them at Xom Cafe @ 113 Dang Dung, Tan Dinh, D. 1.
DJ Samurai entertains the crowd with Japanese hip-hop stylings and humorously unintelligible asides.
With hunger gnawing at our insides it was time for yet another late night post-party. The quintessential Saigon experience: passing time under the stars at an outdoor eatery.
Regaling eachother with beery tales of the sacred and the profane, the profound and the absurd...
Our transgender waitress was a bit camera shy (read: downright perturbed).
There is no better time for a late-night mobile lamination than now. Long live the overhead projector!
What's your best impression of Gavin?
And to top it all off... a mouth-watering group dessert. The undisputed king of streetside delicacies - Bo Bia Ngot! Fresh shards of coconut, sesame seeds, and sugar cane wrapped in a tiny rice pancake.
This Saturday night (July 28) DJ Samurai and the Xom crew will throw a big, loud party @ Xom Cafe. You are invited.