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    Ben Nay Restaurant: Classic South Vietnamese Cuisine (2)

    by machomikemd Written Sep 15, 2012
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    on a revisit to Saigon in 2012, we decided to include lunch on the revisit to the Cu Chi Tunnels since my last time at the Cu chi tunnel was in 2007. After the brisk and sweaty walk around the hot and humid areas of the Cu Chi Tunnel Complex, It was time for Lunch at the restaurant about 10 minutes drive away from the complex. The Restaurant is named Ben Nay (Emerald of the Iron Triangle) is one of the most popular restaurants for the tour groups, big and small and private, who had lunch included in the tour package. The restaurant sits in an island in a pristine river in the Cu Chi District and you have to cross a bridge to go there. They serve Sumptous Southern Vietnamese Cuisine either in set lunches or buffets. the drinks are not included so you must order your own drink.

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    Apoetic romantic, landscape and a peaceful, quite space ...

    Only 32km from the hustle and bustle of Saigon and 7km from the famous Cu Chi tunnels, something quite different is waiting for you. After visiting the tunnels, Ben Nay Restaurant is the place to rest and enjoy fine Vietnamese cuisine.

    Located on a small island surrounded by the flow Lang The river, in the midst of green rice fields, Ben Nay Restaurant is endowed with a view of poetic, romantic nature and a peaceful, quite landscape. Visitors to Ben Nay can enjoy the specialties of Vietnamese food while watching flocks of white storks flying to their nests over rice fields stretching as far as you can see.

    The menu is selected to suit the taste of local guests as well as foreign visitors, with Vietnamese, Western, Chinese dishes, and - of course - fresh seafood. As a special treat, tourists can enjoy the pastoral dishes of Vietnam's southern waterways.

    Opens: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: they have an assortement of mostly classic southern vietnamese cuisinine and a smattering of international cuisine. among the popular dishes here are assorted vietnamese spring rolls at 80,000 VND per order, Vietnamese Noodles at 110,000 VND per order and set meals that start at 140,000 VND and up, excluding the drinks.

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    Ben Nay Restaurant: Classic South Vietnamese Cuisine (1)

    by machomikemd Updated Sep 15, 2012
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    This will be a two part tip with more pictures around

    on a revisit to Saigon in 2012, we decided to include lunch on the revisit to the Cu Chi Tunnels since my last time at the Cu chi tunnel was in 2007. After the brisk and sweaty walk around the hot and humid areas of the Cu Chi Tunnel Complex, It was time for Lunch at the restaurant about 10 minutes drive away from the complex. The Restaurant is named Ben Nay (Emerald of the Iron Triangle) is one of the most popular restaurants for the tour groups, big and small and private, who had lunch included in the tour package. The restaurant sits in an island in a pristine river in the Cu Chi District and you have to cross a bridge to go there. They serve Sumptous Southern Vietnamese Cuisine either in set lunches or buffets. the drinks are not included so you must order your own drink.

    According to their website:

    Apoetic romantic, landscape and a peaceful, quite space ...

    Only 32km from the hustle and bustle of Saigon and 7km from the famous Cu Chi tunnels, something quite different is waiting for you. After visiting the tunnels, Ben Nay Restaurant is the place to rest and enjoy fine Vietnamese cuisine.

    Located on a small island surrounded by the flow Lang The river, in the midst of green rice fields, Ben Nay Restaurant is endowed with a view of poetic, romantic nature and a peaceful, quite landscape. Visitors to Ben Nay can enjoy the specialties of Vietnamese food while watching flocks of white storks flying to their nests over rice fields stretching as far as you can see.

    The menu is selected to suit the taste of local guests as well as foreign visitors, with Vietnamese, Western, Chinese dishes, and - of course - fresh seafood. As a special treat, tourists can enjoy the pastoral dishes of Vietnam's southern waterways.

    Opens: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: they have an assortement of mostly classic southern vietnamese cuisinine and a smattering of international cuisine. among the popular dishes here are assorted vietnamese spring rolls at 80,000 VND per order, Vietnamese Noodles at 110,000 VND per order and set meals that start at 140,000 VND and up, excluding the drinks.

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    Cu Chi museum: snacks and refreshments

    by globetrott Updated Apr 11, 2009

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    You will be able to get snacks and refreshments in Cu Chi - museum and in any case you will get a taste of Maniok, a vegetable that is similar to a potatoe : you will also get some dip of peanuts with it, that tastes really great and they will also serve rice-wine when taking a guided tour through the Cu Chi-museum. There is a covered area where you will be able to sit down and rest a bit.

    Favorite Dish: The Maniok and Ricewine were free of charge, our tour-company "Saigontourist" also privided a free bottle of water for that halfday-tour of 3 hours from Ho Chi Min city / Saigon.

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  • Restaurant close by the Tunnel of CuChi: vietnamese foods

    by buddytan Updated Apr 1, 2008

    From Cu Chi Tunnel only 10 minute Bus ride to can stop in very nice local retaurant, it is call Ben Nay, it located near the village road with lush landscape a round, the food there is very nice and very afordable, i am actualy enjoy set menu lunch there which was arranged by Viet Vision Travel, good hospitality and tasty foods ...... for half day trip when you finish lunch just about one hour bus ride you can be back to Saigon around 2. 30 pm, can spend the rest day for relaxing or shopping

    Favorite Dish: spring roll, grill egg plan, pork cook with coco milk ........

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