Quan An Ngon is a popular Vietnamese restaurant among expats and locals and serves a wide variety of Vietnamese food throughout all the regions in Vietnam. The food tastes delicious and the prices are reasonable.Popular withFamiliesFoodiesBudget
The food is great here, but you come for the rice. Cooked in clay pots this traditional cooking method was lost for years until Madame Noc re discovered it. Best rice I have ever had, and overall all the food was excellentPopular withFoodies
After a whole exhausting morning of a lot of pollution and scooters beeps, we found this small paradise! an amazinhg place with nice decor, peacefull atmosphere, extremelly nice staff. Though food was mostly of french inspiration, we loved it! Would definitelly return!Popular withFoodiesBusinessLuxury
Banh Xeo an La Ghien means "Vietnamese Crepe/ Pizza" eat it and get addicted to it. Banh Xeo is rice batter pour onto a skillet and on top is mixed with bean sprouts, slice pork, mushrooms, and others meats and vegetable you might like. It a great experience to eat. If you like to eat it with your hands and ...Popular withFoodiesNightlifeTrendsters
Traditional Vietnamese street food, originated from Vung Tau. Banh Khot is a small shrimp pancake. You eat it by wrapping with some leaves (lettuce, perilla, mint, etc) and dip it in fish sauce. Goc Vu Sua is one of the famous Banh Khot restaurant in Vung Tau, always crowded on weekend with local tourist.Popular withLocalFoodiesBudget
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This is where you go to see where the locals dine in Saigon. The food is a portly mix of BBQ'ed assorted meat goodies. The best item by far is the roasted piglet. The meat is tender, juicy, moist and tucked into an optional white steamed bun, and it's hands-down the best thing at Nam Bo.Popular withFoodies
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I had read great things about Morning Glory before heading to Hoi An. Then when I got to town, I found Morning Glory was one of the few restaurants listed on the hotel's map. Then I started hearing about it from other local businesses. Pretty soon I am beginning to wonder whether it could possibly live up to the hype. ...Popular withFamiliesAdventureLocal
Koto is quite close to Temple of Literature. It is modern local restaurant for the cause of training Hanoi street children in cooking or serving... It is like a school, when they finish training in Koto, most of the time they are transferred to big, global hotel or restaurant chains... The food was absolutely delicious I really like my Koto ...
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I am skeptical of Western food in Asian countries, even more skeptical of Italian cuisine by Japanese proprietors, but all of that is negated by this restaurant. Indisputably the best pizza I have ever had in Saigon. Also one of the few restaurants in town that may occasionally require a reservation due to its popularity. Inside, the atmosphere is excellent ...
Dac Kim specalizes in nem cua (fried crab spring rolls) and bun cha (a northern specialty made of vermincelli noodles with pork, lettuce, and nuoc cham). It's a hole-in-the-wall place and is worth going to feast on these northern dishes.Popular withBudgetFoodies