Bò bít tết (beef steak) is the Vietnamese adaptation and interpretation of two Western stables: meat and potatoes. Sizzling skillets of thin local steak, sausage, green onion and chips arrive at your table steaming and crackling with menace. They are very hot. You can get burned. Everything is swimming in grease. Years of the dish being served over and over, hundreds of times a day, mean that the floors are coated in it. What your step. With each sizzling skillet typically comes a baguette or two to make sure you leave as little grease behind as possible.