In a list of the 10 most favorite restaurants in Vietnam based on Travel + Leisure readers’ vote, HCMC had six reps, while Da Nang and Hanoi boasted two reps each.
Located on Ky Con Street in District 1 in HCMC, Quince Saigon specializes in serving European-style dishes at the top of the menu.
The highlight of the restaurant is that all dishes are grilled in wood-burning ovens.
His signature dishes include smoked potato cream, tomato jam, buffalo, breaded salmon and tonkotsu scallops.
“Ambiance, food, staff…everything is great here,” a Travel + Leisure The reader commented.
“Consistently good. Another voter said.
La Maison 1888 within the InterContinental Sun Peninsula Resort in Da Nang ranks second on the list.
It is the first restaurant in Vietnam to feature Michelin-starred Chef Pierre Gagnaire.
The restaurant serves foreign specialties such as Wagyu Beef and Pate-croute with a touch of Vietnamese influence using local flavors and ingredients.
HCMC’s Pizza 4P chain of restaurants came in at number three on the list.
Pizza 4P was founded in Vietnam by Japanese couple Yusuke Masuko and Sana Takasugi. It soon expanded its presence in HCMC, Hanoi, Da Nang and Nha Trang.
It now has 13 restaurants in HCMC, serving mainly spaghetti, salad, and soup, as well as signature pizza.
Nen Restaurant in Da Nang took fourth place on the list.
Located in a quiet grassy neighborhood by the Han River, the restaurant opened to tourists in 2018 and serves traditional Vietnamese dishes.
However, the restaurant is now temporarily closed.
The Deck Saigon in District 2 of HCMC, home to a large expat community, ranked fifth.
The venue on Nguyen U Di Street on the bank of the Saigon River is elegantly decorated with glass doors, warm lighting, furnishings by top local designers as well as traditional wooden decks surrounded by bamboo trees.
Deck Saigon is open all day and guests can enjoy a Western-style breakfast menu of fruit juices, eggs Benedict, homemade granola and pancakes, while lunch and lunch specials range from fried foie gras and Wagyu beef burgers to bento combos and Phu Quoc shrimp rolls.
It also has a riverside cocktail bar that has been listed as one of the best restaurants in the world by a British newspaper. Watchman.
Located on Ly Tu Trong Street in District 1 in HCMC, Sol Kitchen & Bar, which mainly serves Latin American-style dishes, took sixth place on the list.
Designed in Spanish style mixed with Mediterranean architecture with thatched ceiling lamps, the restaurant is white and brown.
Open from 5 pm to 2 am
Tung Dining in Hanoi ranked seventh.
The restaurant is located close to popular tourist destinations such as St.
Last year, it was named one of the top 100 companies in Asia by William Reed Business Media, a British business magazine and digital media company.
Golden Jade Restaurant, which serves mainly Chinese cuisine, took eighth place.
The restaurant, located on the first floor of SC VivoCity in HCMC District 7, is known for its signature dishes such as dim sum, roasted duck and dumplings.
Moto-san Tam Thuong Restaurant with a touch of Japanese culture is located in a small alley on Hang Gai Street in Hanoi and was the ninth.
Designed in an architectural style like Japanese restaurants in Kyoto with dim lighting from ceiling lights, the restaurant serves Japanese dishes such as salad, sake maki, unagi ura maki, komochi nihin, shoyu ramen, or Vietnamese cuisine such as chicken skewers, noodle soup and banh mi.
Open from 11 AM to 2 PM and from 5:30 PM to 11 PM
Mad House on Nguyen U Di Street in Thao Dien District, which is famous for its expat community, rounded up the list.
The restaurant has an outdoor space and is surrounded by green trees, making it an ideal hangout spot.
It mainly serves French cuisine and Vietnamese cuisine such as fresh burrata, French snails, beef noodle soup, chicken noodle soup and beef noodle soup.
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