Indeed, at that time in England, only hand-sliced bread in a plastic bag was known. In Vietnam, it is called a sandwich. In fact, sandwiches are just cakes with food in the middle, whether it’s flat-sliced bread or Vietnamese-style loaf. This cake got its name from the Earl of Monagu of Sandwich, a town in the county of Kent in the south of England, because he invented this way of eating food sandwiched into this cake. The biographer of Monau said that he had to eat like this because he needed to eat lightly because he had to work at many desks, while the world rumored that he ate like that because… addicted to gambling, wanted to eat on the spot, didn’t want fall “casual”. I don’t know who to believe, but anyway, the culinary world is grateful to him for inventing delicious and convenient dishes.