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  1. 1. BEST DINING PLACES IN VIETNAM Best places to eat in Vietnam’s tourism spots | Best Vietnam’s restaurants | Dinning out in Vietnam
  2. 2. Best restaurants in Hanoi  It would be impossible to get starved in Hanoi - the centre of sensational cuisine. No matter where you come from, an array of restaurants providing foreign fares and Vietnamese cuisines are always ready to serve all your needs. Even vegans also find Vietnam an ideal destination for an appetizing vegan meal. It is not hard to find a high end Vietnamese and foreign restaurants that could offer you either local specialties or cuisines of your home country either. Plus, nowhere in Vietnam could you easily savor delicious cuisine from three main regions of Vietnam as Hanoi and nowhere in Hanoi could you easily find a decent restaurant as the Old quarter.
  3. 3. Tamarind Café  A relaxed cafe-restaurant with lounge-around cushioned seating, plenty of space and wi-fi. Offers an eclectic menu but is best for tabouli, eggplant claypot and salads. Drinks include heavenly lassis, zesty juices and wine by the glass.  Add: 80 Ma May St. VegetarianVegetarian
  4. 4. Pho Gia Truyen  The perfect broth for pho (rice-noodle soup) should look as though it was ladled from the river. It's opaque and brownish after beef bones have boiled in it for hours.  Add: 49 Bat Dan St. Vietnamese styleVietnamese style
  5. 5. Vine Wine Boutique Bar & Cafe  Vine is widely considered to be one of Hanoi's finest restaurants. It certainly has the city's most comprehensive wine cellar. Gourmet pizzas are a headliner, but the menu also includes excellent steaks, burgers, clay pots and a smattering of Thai dishes.  Add: 1A Xuan Dieu St. Steak houseSteak house
  6. 6. Le Beaulieu Restaurant  Le Beaulieu is the home of fine French food, with gastronomic cooking, regular regional specialities, an epic cheese board and a professional wine list.  Add: 15 Ngo Quyen St., Sofitel Metropole Hanoi French styleFrench style
  7. 7. Luna d’Autunno  Well-established Italian restaurant that has good antipasto, fresh pasta (try the walnut and eggplant ravioli) but is really famous for its pizza, which is baked in a wood-fired oven.  Add: 11B Dien Bien Phu St. Italian styleItalian style
  8. 8. Bobby Chin  Blending the best of East and West, owner-chef Bobby Chinn is part Chinese and part Egyptian and brings all his influences to bear in this classy setting.  Add: 77 Xuan Dieu St. FusionFusion
  9. 9. Foodshop 45  The front of this popular family-run restaurant is thrown wide open so that diners can fully appreciate Truc Bach Lake. It's a lively spot that lures in expats with a fine selection of Indian curries, kebabs, tandoori grills and Indian breads.  Add: 59 Truc Bach St. Indian styleIndian style
  10. 10. Benkay Restaurant  For authentic Japanese dining, Hotel Nikko’s restaurant is hard to beat, and the lunch specials are a steal.  Add: 84 Tran Nhan Tong St., Hotel Nikko Hanoi Japanese styleJapanese style
  11. 11. Best restaurants in Saigon  To sustain a population of 6 million and a volume of tourist arrival recording at 3 million in 2010, restaurants in Ho Chi Minh city can be proud of themselves. Most restaurants are concentrated in District 1 and 3, near Ben Thanh Market and the Pham Ngu Lao area. Ben Thanh market is a major food court itself. Some recommendations as a start include Quan An Ngon , Pho Hoa, Bach Dang Ice-cream and if you can afford it, a black Vietnamese coffee at Paradise Café on the 5th floor of Rex Hotel. As you get further from the city center, expect more typical Southern dish such as Lau mam or Com tam. Always watch for restaurant hygiene and avoid eating lettuce if possible.
  12. 12. Temple ClubTemple Club  This classy establishment is housed on the 2nd floor of a stunning colonial-era villa and has been decked out in spiritual motifs. The menu includes delightful dishes such as fish with tamarind or shrimp in coconut milk. The spirited cocktails are a good way to prepare for the experience.  Add: 29–31 Ton That Thiep St. Vietnamese styleVietnamese style
  13. 13. Au Lac Do Brasil  For a taste of Brazil, head to Au Lac. Decked out with Carnival-themed paintings, this churrascaria (barbec ue restaurant) serves all- you-can-eat steak (and 11 other cuts of meat), just like back in Rio. Plus a new à la carte menu.  Add: 238 Pasteur St. Brazilian styleBrazilian style
  14. 14. Tandoor  Recently relocated to a prime spot opposite the Park Hyatt, this long- running Indian restaurant serves a good range of North Indian favourites and offers affordable set meals.  Add: 74/6 Hai Ba Trung St. Indian styleIndian style
  15. 15. Pomodoro  This small Italian restaurant has an arched ceiling and an all brick interior, a cozy setting for good pizzas, pastas, spinach tart (along with other veggie options) and tiramisu. Delivery available.  Add: 79 Hai Ba Trung St. Italian styleItalian style
  16. 16. La Fourchette  Much loved little French restaurant in a central location. The menu includes tender meats.  Add: 9D Ngo Duc Ke St. French styleFrench style
  17. 17. The Sushi Bar  Set on a frenzied intersection; enjoy the show over delicious Japanese bites. Delivery available until 10pm.  Add: 02 Le Thanh Ton St. Japanese styleJapanese style
  18. 18. Best restaurants in Hue  A trip to Hue, the ancient capital of Vietnam, would not be complete without you trying Hue cuisine. Restaurants are well presented in the city, from humble to luxurious ones. The features commonly shared by the chain of restaurants are good services, beautiful views and diverse menus with traditional dishes of Hue integral parts. Most restaurants are located on Le Loi and Pham Ngu Lao Street, with some around the Citadel Area, or on two sides of Perfume River. At any place, you are likely to have a chance to enjoy a meal in a spacious and romantic atmosphere and let your hair down with gentle traditional music
  19. 19. La Carambole  Extravagantly decorated with hanging lanterns and dragon's heads, this place has a good range of French-style dishes, including steaks and grills.  Add: 19 Pham Ngu Lao St. French styleFrench style
  20. 20. Little Italy  Despite the bamboo decor and ao dai–wearing waitresses, this casual trattoria is as Italian as it gets in Hue. The menu is pretty extensive, with a wide range of reasonable pasta and pizzas.  Add: 2A Vo Thi Sau St. Italian styleItalian style
  21. 21. The Japanese Restaurant  An initiative of Michio Koyama, the first Japanese to be granted citizenship of Hue, it's designed to given training in Japanese cuisine. The food's excellent and the service exceptionally polite.  Add: 34 Tran Cao Van St. Japanese styleJapanese style
  22. 22. Y Thao Garden  Tucked in a quiet corner of the Citadel, a seven- course set menu is served among the huge palms on the garden terrace of a traditional Hue home that's brimming with antiques. This is Imperial cuisine at its fiddliest.  Add: 03 Thach Han St., The Citadel Vietnamese styleVietnamese style
  23. 23. Omar Khayyam’s Indian Restaurant  This vegetarian-friendly curry house is low on atmosphere but high on flavour.  Add: 10 Nguyen Tri Phuong St. Indian styleIndian style
  24. 24. Best restaurants in Hoi An  Wandering around the ancient town, you will not only be confused about where to have your nicest outfits tailored but also perplexed by the question of where to eat. You could enjoy all Hoian cuisine, such as “caolau”, “my quang”, “banh beo”, “banh vac”, “com ga” in all restaurants in Hoi An, but to enjoy the cuisine of best quality, it is advisable to find out more local options. The best places for local cuisines are restaurants around the central market and along Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street. On Phan Chu Trinh Street and Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, restaurants serving foreign cuisines are widely available. Restaurants in Hoian in general are spoken highly of, in terms of food quality, services and reasonable prices.
  25. 25. Cargo Club  The freshly baked patisserie and boulangerie selections are ‘to die for’, in the words of a Hoi An expat. It’s a great place for people-watching at any time of the day, and from the upstairs balcony there are lovely views of the river.  Add: 107 Nguyen Thai Hoc St. Vietnamese styleVietnamese style
  26. 26. Miss Ly Cafeteria 22  A local institution for local specialties.  Add: 22 Nguyen Hue St. Vietnamese styleVietnamese style
  27. 27. Shree Ganesh Indian Restaurant  Formerly known as Omar Khayyam’s, this is the place for authentic Indian food. Fill up on your masala dishes and curries, with lots of vegetarian choices too.  Add: 24 Tran Hung Dao St. Indian styleIndian style
  28. 28. Mermaid Restaurant  One of the original Hoi An eateries (since 1991), this place is still going strong with its menu of Hoi An specialities and family recipes. Try the fried spring rolls and the excellent ‘white rose’.  Add: 2 Tran Phu St. LocalitiesLocalities
  29. 29. Brother Cafe  Looking like a film set, in one of the finest French- colonial buildings in town, the attention to designer detail is perfect. It is properly pricey by Hoi An standards, so many just drop by for a drink in the gorgeous riverside garden.  Add: 27 – 29 – 31 Phan Boi Chau St. French styleFrench style
  30. 30. Best restaurants in Danang  Visiting a coastal city is synonymous with having the opportunity to enjoy the best seafood and Danang is not an exception. To find small eateries, try the avenues and alleys between the Cham Museum and the Han market. If you would like to have cheap and tasty meals for lunch, restaurants around the intersection of Dong Da Street and Hai Phong Street are the right places for you, so just grab some chopsticks and enjoy. Want to dine at sophisticated restaurants?You should head to My Khe beach and drop into coastal restaurants to relish the excellent seafood. Besides nice meals, sipping dripped coffee in a relaxing street side cafes and drinking ubiquitous cool beer in bars scattered across town are also experience that should not be missed out.
  31. 31. Le Bambino  Hidden away in a small residential lane, this delightful French oasis is run by a couple who turned their home into a restaurant and boutique hotel. The menu features hearty French fare, pizza and pasta.  Add: 122/11 Quang Trung St. French styleFrench style
  32. 32. Vietnamese Home  Located just off the northern tip of the riverfront promenade, this restaurant is popular with locals and has an extensive seafood menu. The live seafood tanks are merrily decorated with blinking fairy lights.  Add: 34 Bach Dang St. Vietnamese styleVietnamese style
  33. 33. Bread of Life  If the heavenly smells from the bakery don’t win you over, the American menu of pancakes, pizza and other comfort foods (biscuits and gravy, anyone?) surely will. The restaurant is almost entirely run by deaf staff and proceeds go towards training activities for the deaf in Danang.  Add: 12 Le Hong Phong St. American styleAmerican style
  34. 34. Phi Lu Chinese Restaurant  A ballroomlike space decked out in full Chinese style, this popular restaurant has very good food. Warning: splurging on multiple seafood dishes may bust your bank account.  Add: 1 - 3 2/9 St. Chinese styleChinese style
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