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Jessel Taank's Husband Pavit Is Ready to Reveal What He Really Did in Vietnam

The foodie shared a glimpse of how he spent 30 hours in Vietnam after Erin Lichy and Sai de Silva speculated about his travels.

By Cydney Contreras

Pavit Randhawa is making the most of his 30 hours in Vietnam.

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The Real Housewives of New York City's Jessel Taank's husband documented every last detail from the solo trip in an Instagram post shared this week. As he said in the video intro, "Just like Jessel, I took notes."

Pavit didn't just take notes — he expertly narrated and carefully recorded the entire experience, making sure to include a glimpse of every bite and sip he took while flying first class. Among the items he dined on while mile-high was a bowl of caviar, served with a mother-of-pearl spoon. In the background, one can see creme fraiche, dill, and blini, served up alongside a glass of free Champagne — he made sure to point out, "You definitely won't find any Pringles here."

Following an equally chic-looking dinner, Pavit enjoyed a plate of cheese, "since we all love cheese so much," he quipped.

Then, he finally got to the part of the trip that raised the most eyebrows: his stay in Vietnam. 

What Happened During Pavit Randhawa's Trip to Vietnam

While Erin Lichy and Sai de Silva jokingly speculated that Pavit was going to Vietnam for less savory purposes, the self-proclaimed foodie confirmed he was there for the banh mi.

"Love Mi, Hate Mi, but don’t BANH MI. What I ate in 30 hours in Vietnam," he captioned his Instagram Reel.

After touching down in Ho Chi Minh City, aka Saigon, Pavit sat down for not one but two banh mi sandwiches at Bánh Mì Hồng Hoa.

"NYC just can't touch this, it's so good," he proclaimed.

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Still hungry for more, the father of two stopped for a plate of bún thịt nướng, which is a dish made of vermicelli noodles, grilled pork, and fresh herbs. He enjoyed his meal with a side of spring rolls.

His third stop on the trip was for Bún bò Huế, which Pavit likened to a bowl of Pho. 

Jessel Taank and Pavit Randhawa pose together at night in front of a pool.

The last two meals of the night took place at a night market, where Pavit enjoyed pork and seafood grilled at his table. While the pork didn't seem to be Pavit's favorite, he said the seafood tasted better than it looks.

For his final two meals, the self-proclaimed President of the Street Food Association of NYC had a breakfast comprised of fried rice, an over-easy egg, and pork chops, before enjoying yet another banh mi. This time, he stopped at Hyunh Hoa, his "favorite" place to buy a Vietnamese sandwich.

Ubah Hassan was among the first to comment on Pavit's excursion, chiming in, "Travelers know it: it's Cathay Pacific first class or nothing!" She added the hashtag "FlyInStyle."

Jessel Taank responds to rumors about Pavit

Though Pavit's video made some subtle digs at the drama, Jessel was more explicit in her ire while filming RHONY. She described the speculation about her marriage as "mean girl bullying sh-t." 

But, as Pavit alluded to in his Reel, Jessel is keeping a running list of grievances, now dubbed the "Al Capone List," by castmate Brynn Whitfield. Though filming has ended, Jessel told Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen  that she's still keeping tally.

See how the drama pans out in the next episode of The Real Housewives of New York City, airing Sundays at 9/8c on Bravo and the next day on Peacock.

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