This is a small chain with 3 branches, serving Xôi (Sticky rice), Chè (Vietnamese sweet soup) and a few other snacks and dessert. I frequent the main branch on 111 Bùi Thị Xuân, where it is almost always very crowded. It's not uncommon having to share a table with strangers, and the servers like to sit diners side by side so it’s even more awkward. I usually order take-away, but I was there with a friend today, and she wanted to dine in, so we ordered three spring rolls, a "xôi phá lấu" (sticky rice with braised pig-intestines) and a flan (caramel custard). Their menu comes in English, Vietnamese and Japanese - if you are not sure what to order, just point at the recommended items’ pictures and they'll get it for you.
As we waited, they gave us free iced tea. The food came quickly - the sticky rice was cooked just right, sticky and chewy but not to the point where it becomes a gooey mess, and though I was brought up in Hanoi - where phá lấu is a non-existence dish - I think it was quite nice, and the portion is just right for one. My friend commented the spring rolls were good and pretty fresh, but she could make better ones at home with better, fresher ingredients. However, she said the dipping sauce is superb. The flan was interesting - it came with a splash of coffee instead of the usual caramelized sugar I used to get during my childhood, and there was crushed ice too. We asked for the bill, and it was surprisingly cheap - 60,000đ. Overall, for a quick and cheap meal, Xôi Chè Bùi Thị Xuân is a pretty good choice - and they do delivery too.