Where And What To Eat In Vietnam
Vietnamese food is becoming more and more appreciated all over the globe. There are Vietnamese restaurants throughout Europe and the US or wherever Vietnamese immigrants have settled. Their cuisine is considered one of the world’s healthier diets, mainly because of the minimal use of oil, less meat and lots of fresh vegetables.
Vietnamese food contains influence from several different cultures including Indian, Chinese, French and American. As a result many see Vietnamese cuisine as original and unpretentious fusion food. Must-tries from a Vietnamese menu include Pho (beef noodle soup), Banh Mi Thit (Vietnamese baguettes stuffed with various ingredients such as ham) and Vietnamese fresh rolls with shrimps.
The Best of Vietnam
Top 10 Restaurants in Hanoi
From refined French fine dining options to down-to-earth local joints specialising in one type of dish, dining in Hanoi is something to savour and with our tried and tested list of the Top 10 Best Restaurants
Top 10 Restaurants in Ho Chi Minh
Ho Chi Minh City is blessed with fantastic restaurants serving a combination of French, Chinese, and, of course, local Vietnamese cuisine.
10 Best Restaurants in Nha Trang
The best restaurants in Nha Trang are well-loved by locals and tourists alike, offering not only some of the freshest seafood in Vietnam, but also a satisfying array of authentic fare from across Asia
Most Popular Restaurants
Quan An Ngon Restaurant
Rising in levels like a manor from a medieval fairytale, Quan An Ngon is one of the most popular restaurants in Ho Chi Minh, housed in a renovated Vietnamese mansion with a tree lined garden.
The Refinery Saigon
The Refinery Bar and Restaurant is currently one of the most popular establishments in Ho Chi Minh thanks to colonial fixtures, interesting cocktails and a bistro type menu of mostly French-style
Nha Hang Ngon
One of the most enjoyable things to do when visiting a foreign country for the first time is eat the local specialities. If this feeling grips you during your trip to Ho Chi Minh then Nha Hang Ngon
Vietnam Dining Guide
The 5 Best Pho
There are some dishes so synonymous with a country, so entwined in the national identity, that to visit and not sample a plate or bowl or stick means your visit was incomplete
5 Amazing Coffee Shops
The Vietnamese have a love of coffee that is bordering on obsession – and for good reason. Preparation and delivery of the hallowed, roasted bean is unique and the taste is the best in the world (in
Dining by areas
Dalat has many options for interesting dining. A good variety of restaurants here is along Nguyen Chi Thanh Street. Around Ho Xuan Huong Lake, look out for the Bluewater Restaurant.
Da Nang Restaurants
Vietnamese cuisine has made its name throughout the world. Danang has many options to choose from, such as street-side cafes, noodles joints and sophisticated beach restaurants.
Ha Long Bay Restaurants
Halong Bay is rich in seafood and offers tons of fish, shrimps and oysters. The catch served in most restaurants usually comes right out of fishing boats in the early hours of the morning.
Hanoi may be a city with a classic past but that’s not to say that it is mired in yesteryear. You will see this than in its dining out options which range from French to traditional Vietnamese.
Ho Chi Minh Restaurants
Saigon is a city where people can enjoy dining in sophisticated restaurants with delightful surroundings and menus that feature Vietnamese and international dishes
Hoi An Restaurants
If it’s location you are after in a dining out location then Hoi An’s many riverside restaurants will be just the (meal) ticket for you.
In the old days, it was said that the emperors were always looking to find the finest chefs in the empire and to move them to Hue.
Mui Ne & Phan Thiet Restaurants
Mui Ne and Phan Thiet are heaven for seafood lovers – after all, fishing in the South China Sea is still the main source of income for the locals.
Nha Trang Restaurants
Seafood the most popular cuisine in the coastal city of Nha Trang is. Still, it comes in many forms and combinations so variety can still be the spice of your culinary
Phu Quoc Island Restaurants
In Phu Quoc there’s no shortage of good places to eat – especially seafood, most of which is caught locally. Many restaurants are either on the beach or next.
Vung Tau Restaurants
Vung Tau has a fair few ocean-fresh seafood restaurants mostly al fresco and with reasonable prices, not only along the beaches but everywhere in town.
What to Eat in Vietnam
Vietnam’s elaborate cuisine has achieved international recognition, with such dishes as pho (noodle soup) gio lua (pork sausage) nem ran (spring rolls) and cha ca (fish)