Vietnam Restaurants

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Vietnam Restaurants

  • Eat and Drink Like the Locals

    5 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    This is a beautiful clothing store, Clothes have many colors, and strange style, but beautiful and impressive. The shop has a special combination, not only has clothes, but also has a nail corner, and a reading space. The perfect nail services. I love this place :)

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  • Cha Ca La Vong

    3 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Restaurants

    I guess i'm in the luck making the right decision leading my group of 40 pax opt not going to this restaurant at the end of Hanoi-Ha Long Bay visit. We're heading to airport unexpectedly early (something fishy) and no thanks to the local tour guide keep bragging about this 200 yrs. old restaurant serving Cha Ca fish trying to convince us to lunch...

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  • Riverside Cafe

    My Tho Restaurants

    that is a new cafe (just started to serve after jan 2015). Best thing about this is a wonderful view. It is located in the way to My Tho downtown, beside two small bridges. It is quite spacious with a two-storey building fully air-conditioned, however, you might find it more interesting to have a seat outdoor, down the waterfront where you can...

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  • Pho Hao

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    There is no ambience besides their famous pictures of the boss and then President Bill Clinton sitting down for a bowl of Pho. Of all places he picked this one and it was good BEEF PHO, large bowl please, comes with wilted beans sprouts on the side, if you get the small bowl version, no BS

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  • Food Stalls

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Restaurants

    Food stalls can be found at literally every corner. It'll take a little courage to eat in some of them as the food looks uncommon if not strange or inedible - but you'll most likely be satisfied afterwards. Basically all of them have their "menu" visible on a large plastic sign. If you plan to eat in food stalls, it might be a good idea to learn...

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  • Pho 24

    4 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    Pho 24 is a large chain of Vietnamese pho (noodle soup) restaurants with several outlets in Ho Chi Minh City. We ate at the branch on Phan Chu Trinh opposite Ben Thanh Market during our visit to the city in May 2013. We visited Pho 24 towards the end of our stay, by which time we had already eaten pho in several restaurants throughout the city and...

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  • Little Hanoi

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Restaurants

    Little Hanoi 2 has no relation with Little Hanoi 1. This is a lovely open-plan cafe with a mouthwatering selection of baguettes, pastas and salads. Their French breakfast is a steal at VND30,000. It opens daily from 07:30 to 23:00 and deliveries from 09:00 to 21:30. Everything is nice here.

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  • Ngon Restaurant - 138 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    I liked the atmosphere in Quan An Ngon 138. When we arrived, they had turned on some sort of sprinkling system, which released very fine spray of cooling water into the air, which was really lovely. The food was very nice and there was plenty of it. Unfortunately, I had suffered from stomach bug the day before, so I wasn't very hungry, but the...

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  • Tamarind Cafe

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Restaurants

    Once upon a time the Tamarind Cafe may have been a fabulous vegetarian restaurant however it's glory days are long gone and it is definitely not a vegetarian restaurant. Six members of my family ate there on Friday 13 March and of the several very disappointing dishes we ordered, two were totally inedible - in fact it was difficult to determine...

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  • Lemongrass

    4 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    I am writing this tip long after my visit so it may be of no earthly use to anyone. I remember an attractive building, enjoyable food and picturesque musicians playing almost unobserved in the background. I looked this place up on Tripadvisor hoping to find a photo like mine to confirm I am writing about the right place. I found mixed reviews from...

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  • Fanny's Ice Cream Parlour

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Restaurants

    I see Fanny ice cream came back with a new image, younger, nicer and more interesting. The location is in the center of Hanoi..that's great. The ice cream is really rich with more than 30 flavours and the Fanny's slogan is "100% natural ice cream". Palours 29-31 Ton That Thiep St., Dist.1, HCMC Tel: (08) 38211 633 97B Thao Dien St., Dist.2,...

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  • Com Nieu Saigon

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    Food here is delicious and famous for good reason. The throwing baked-rice is entertaining. Ba Roi Muoi Toi Chien: bacon fried with salt and garlic Kho Ca Sac Chien Don: deep fried sun-dried gourami fish Xao Toi Thien Ly: sauteed with garlic fragrant cynanthe flower Banh Xeo: Vietnamese pancake

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  • Emperor

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Restaurants

    A very romanic place to spend with the one you love. Prices are high for Vietnam, but the food and staff are of the highest standard. The set menu is really expenisive, so i recomend ordering dishes off the normal menu. The portions of starters and meals are a good size. Although drinks are not listed on the menu, they are still fairly cheap. A...

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  • Highland Coffee

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    Highlands coffee is a Vietnamese coffee shop chain. The founder is a Vietnamese man, David Thai, who went to Seattle (home of Starbucks) and saw the rise of coffee shops in the USA. He opened his first coffee shop in Ho Chi Minh in 2002 followed by one a week later in Hanoi. There are now over 80 coffee shops and the company export their coffee...

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  • Brother´s Cafe

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Restaurants

    Brothers is in a French Villa and is a Vietnamese Buffet. Not like what you would get in the uS however. It is all freash made in front of you. Grill where all the meats are fresh cooked. Ladys who prepare a variety of Vietnamese soups freash on the spot, loads of desserts and rice and noodle dishes. $14 US a person but a way to try a wide variety...

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  • Ben Thanh Market

    4 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    After several tours around the city, we went to Ben Thanh Market and had lunch. We were too tired to eat far from our next stop, so we ended up here in Rát Hué. This restaurant is located across the main market, enclosed in another “compound”. It’s very unusual though that there was not even 1 staff who knows how to speak English. When we arrived...

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  • Bobby Chin Restaurant

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Restaurants

    A sorry note to this one, Bobby closed shop early Feb 2009 (due to rent hike). Will keep an eye on where he will reapear Give this place a thumbs up for cuisine, dam fine very up market dining. Bobbies place is probably the slickest restaurant in town, decor alone makes it stand out. If the chap himself is around (and you will will know he's...

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  • Ngon Restaurant - 160 Pasteur

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    I have dined at the Ngon Restaurant twice; it is upscale and the food could not be better. Very reasonably priced and absolutely fantastic entrees. Of all my dining experiences while in Vietnam, this was equal to dinner at the Four Seasons Nha Trang; which was also elegant, delicious food but, double the price.

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  • 69 Bar Restaurant

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Restaurants

    69 is situated in a old house, over two floors. We sat on the balcony overlooking the street - had fresh spring rolls and Hanoi spring rolls, eggplant and rice, chicken chilli and beers. Cost $25. English menu and English spekaing staff.

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  • Street Vendors

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    I will introduce to you a very popular noddle soup of Viet Nam, BUN BO HUE. This is also my favorite Vietnamese cuisine. We usually have it for breakfast. You can see the origin of this cuisine in its name, Hue, which is an ancient city in the middle of Viet Nam. The dish contains rice vermicelli and beef. Bun means rice vermicelli and Bo means...

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  • Al Fresco's

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Restaurants

    Another place for pizza is Al Fresco's. This place is a must-go! They offer very good Western food and their servings are really huge. Unfortunately, the prices are really high - expect to pay about 10$ per person. pizza

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  • Kem Bach Dang

    4 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    Yum! Lots of flavors—everything from chocolate & vanilla to green tea and durian. They will give you a few samples before you decide, so you can check out one or two of the more unusual flavors. Durian is good!

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  • Au Lac Cafe

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Restaurants

    After a hot afternoon of wandering around Hanoi, nothing hits the spot like a cold Bia Ha Noi (Hanoi Beer) at a lakeside cafe. Bia Ha Noi has been called by many the "cheapest beer in the world" and you can say it it tastes like it, but when served crisp and frigid on a sweltering Vietnamese day. And while the breeze of the lake does little to dry...

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  • Indochina Junk (Saigon Cruise)

    5 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    Part two of My Indochina Junk Tips with more pictures. Saigon Dinner Cruises are a popular thing to do in the Saigon River (an can be included as a restaurant tips since they are literally floating restaurants) and there are many Saigon River Cruise Company plying this route and among the popular ones is the Bonsai Dinner Cruise and the Indo China...

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  • Legends Beer

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Restaurants

    The 5 storey building just north of Hoan Kiem Lake has several bars and restaurants. We tried the microbrewery on the second floor called Legends, and it had good German beers, as well as an outdoor terrace above the street.

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  • Strata

    5 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    FINAL part of my Strata Restaurant tips with more pictures around. Strata (Meet & Eat) Restaurant is a newly opened restaurant (just opened last april 2012) at the 50th floor of the Bitexco Financial Tower and is accessible via a staircase going from Saigon Sky Deck to it. It is owned by an american expatriate chef, tony shadwell, who also owns a...

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  • Kangaroo Cafe

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Restaurants

    Aussie proprietor, Max, has been in Hanoi for years and years, and there's little he doesn't know about anything and he's happy to point you in the right direction for anything (be it DVDs or day tours). He and his friendly local team cook up a storm ... the burger I had there was about the best meal I had in Vietnam. I know it sounds sacriligious...

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  • Pho 2000

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    We ate at Pho 2000 on our first afternoon in Ho Chi Minh City in May 2013. This popular pho (noodle soup) joint is located on Duong Phan Chu Trinh, above a branch of The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf cafe, right opposite Ben Thanh Market in the heart of the city. It was conveniently located just around the corner from the hotel we were staying at (Tan...

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  • Paris Deli

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Restaurants

    Been to Paris? Still miss it while in Hanoi? No problem! Check out Paris Deli in 13, Nha Tho street (just next to the cathedral). This restaurant provides you with a Paris-look-alike atmosphere. They even have photos of Paris on the wall! The best thing to do is coming there for breakfast, occupying the tiny balcony and watching street life from up...

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  • Rex Hotel

    4 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    Paradise Coffee Lounge Faces the main roundabout of downtown Saigon at Nguyen Hue and Le Loi Streets. It was formerly known as the Abraham Lincoln Library of the American Cultural Center in Saigon during the Vietnam War. It is also well-known spot for intimate gatherings. Music shows and pop singers’ concerts also take place here. Opening hours:...

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  • Moca Cafe

    3 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Restaurants

    Nha Tho street comes up with several restaurants, most of them too expensive for the average Vietnamese. Moca Café is a good place to have a coffee and a tiramisu. The food is also good, but the service lacks a little bit of quality. Furthermore, you're likely to catch a cold as this is one of the places where the air condition is turned to 18°C or...

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  • Vietnam House

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    Part two of my Vietnam House tips with more pictures inside. This is owned by the huge conglomerate, Saigon Tourist Company. They also own the famous lemongrass restaurant nearby and at the 14th floor of the Palace Hotel. Vietnam House Restaurant is a beautiful colonial house located in the center of Ho Chi Minh City. It is one of few restaurants...

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  • Tandoor

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Restaurants

    I have been coming to this restaurant for over ten years and it is still one of my favourite hanoi restaurants. The quality of the food is always high, I eat at a lot of indian restaurants, and this ranks among one of the best. A nice change from Vietnamese food. The ambience is not as good as it could be but with food like this, it doesn't matter....

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  • Givral

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    The Givral Bakery & Patisserie was established in 1950. Givral has a reputation as being a colonial era institution. In fact the decor and ambiance are nondescript, but this brasserie is justly popular with visitors simply because it is - Givral! The cooking and ambience is definitely French with a twist, with prominent baguettes sticking out of...

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  • Indochine

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Restaurants

    During our stay in Hanoi we were treated by our good friend to Indochine Restaurant. The restaurant is walking distance from their resident, about ten minutes walk. The surrounding of old villa style building is pleasantly decorated with central courtyard. You can dine inside down stair or up stair or outside in a quite garden setting. We had...

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  • Allez Boo

    3 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    This place is located at the side of a street in District 1. I think the location is great where most of the cafes, bars and other restaurants are found too. The place is made mostly of bamboo poles and wood which gives a cozy atmosphere. It has also a bar inside making it great for drinking wine/beer with friends after a tiring day. The staffs are...

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  • Mediterraneo

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Restaurants

    Traditional Italian cuisine, wood-fired pizza oven, fresh pasta, home-made gelato. Nice street-level and upstairs dining rooms, with air conditioning. Food is generally good, service sometimes uneven, but nice location. Good place for espresso in the morning or afternoon break.

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  • Tau Ben Nghe (Saigon Cruise)

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    We ordered seafood spring rolls and yangzhou fried rice and chicken hot pot. The spring rolls were awesome and one thing good with this restaurant is they give a very generous serving. We had eaten too much of the spring rolls and fried rice when the hot pot was served. We were not expecting the very large serving of hot pot so we ended up filling...

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  • Cafe Le Malraux

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Restaurants

    Breakfast our first morning in Hanoi was at Le Malraux, a small French Bistro in the heart of Hang Bong Street. As is the case with most restaurants in the city, they cater to tourists. But they provide a decent meal at a reasonable price. It was a nice little place to catch up on journaling while noshing on fresh crepes, orange juice and coffee....

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  • La Fourchette

    4 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    On the last day of my trip, I decided to have my lunch at La Fourchette. The place was near empty when I went in; I guessed it was still early for lunch crowds at about 12pm. The place looked small which was why the reviews had suggested to make a reservation for dining. For appetizer, I ordered a dozen of escargot with garlic, parsley and butter....

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  • _Koto

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Restaurants

    KOTO .. Know One Teach One... impressed so much.. for its vision.. educated the young generation becomes capable and talent till they can work on the top restaurant.. food is delicious.. so yummy.. we love it

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  • Thanh Binh

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    A friend who lives and works in HMC took us to this restaurant and it seemed to be very popular with the local population- we were the only westerners in the place! The food was pretty good- we ordered prawns, other seafood and a chicken dish which was excellent.

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  • La Brique

    4 out of 5 stars

    Hanoi Restaurants

    Recommended by Fodors Eating a gourmet Vietnamese meal is always a good experience in this part of the world. Yes, over here, you don't have to pay gourmet prices for good food or force your husband to be a dish washer after eating a delicious meal. Pop over to La Brique the next time you're stressed and harried from the chaotic traffic in Hanoi....

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  • Trung Nguyen

    4 out of 5 stars

    Ho Chi Minh City Restaurants

    This is chain coffee shop and very famous in Vietnam. The Vietnamese version of Starbucks, but with much better coffee. They have locations all over the city, but are not well represented in the heart of the tourist district. Two convenient outlets are east side of Nguyen Hue right before City Hall, and corner of Thu Khoa Huan and Ly Tu Trong. Ca...

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  • Quan Com Pho

    Hanoi Restaurants

    Delicious, cheap local food. Safe, too. Packed at luch with locals, but popular with expats and some tourists. If you like Quan An Ngon in Saigon, you'll like this place. Less ambience, but something for everybody. Ga ran xoi chien (fried chicken with sticky rice roll), Ga nuong la chanh (grilled chicken with lie leaf), Muop dang xao toi (sauteed...

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