Steak in Vietnam isn't comparable to the large slab of meat you get in the western world. It's thin -- sometimes a few small slices, or sometimes one medium sized thin slice. That being said, the seasoning is usually perfect, and the meat is usually tender. Best of all, it comes out sizzling on a hot cast iron dish. The egg cooks in front of you. If you like your egss runny, you better dive in right away. Bò né trứng is usually eaten for breakfast and served with bread and a small salad. Tear off a piece of the alway-fresh bread, dip it into the egg yolk, use it to soak up the delicious meat juices. You'll surely be satisfied.