Since 2001, egg rolls made right here in the International District are being purchased all over the country.

According to their website, Saigon Eggrolls are the nation’s only USDA-inspected authentic hand-rolled Vietnamese egg rolls, made fresh daily using local ingredients in Houston.

“There is no secret to why Saigon Eggrolls tastes so good…we believe that good wholesome local ingredients make great products.”

In this time of COVID-19, more and more of us are spending time at home. Saigon Eggrolls give you that great authentic taste, without all the work and hassle. And, with recipe ideas, you can pass them off as homemade. We promise not to tell anyone.

Saigon Eggrolls use authentic ingredients like pork, shrimp, taro, jicama, mushroom, carrot, garlic, onion and a special blend of seasoning and spices.

Pork Eggrolls with Shrimp and Crab, which come in a 50-count pack, contain more than 1/2 a pound of fresh lump crabmeat.

The company offers a pork and vegetable egg roll for those who may be allergic to shellfish.

For vegetarians, there are eggrolls made separately in the plant containing only tofu, sweet radish, mushroom, taro, carrot, and a special blend of seasoning and spices.

Also in the lineup you can find Hong Kong Wontons, authentic-tasting wontons you can prepare at home in less than six minutes. Holding true to its authenticity, Hong Kong Wonton’s main ingredients are simply pork and shrimp.

Saigon Eggrolls, 11920 Beechnut Street, can be purchased in Arizona, California, Florida, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah and, of course, Texas.

Need ideas on how to serve them? The company offers recipe ideas at their website:, including Nuoc Mam Sauce for dipping egg rolls to Eggroll Vermicelli Salad to Hong Kong Wonton Soup.

Pick up some today at Tan Banh Market, 11360 Bellaire Blvd., at Hong Kong Food Market, 11205 Bellaire Blvd., or at Viet Hoa International Foods, 8300 E. Sam Houston Parkway South. They are also available at H-Mart, 99 Ranch Market and AA Super Market, among other places. For a full list of stores, visit