Restaurants

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Propaganda

Colourful murals and retro socialist posters brighten up this popular bistro with park views. The menu focuses on street-food classics from around Vietnam, all enjoyed with a bustling and energetic ambience. Salads …
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Nha Hang Ngon

Thronging with locals and foreigners, this is one of HCMC's most popular spots, with a large range of the very best street food in stylish surroundings across three levels. Set in a leafy garden ringed by food stall…
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Banh Mi Huynh Hoa

This hole-in-the-wall banh mi joint is busy day and night with locals zipping up on motorbikes for stacks of excellent baguettes stuffed with pork, pork and more pork in tasty ways you may not have known existed. St…
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Pho Hoa

This long-running establishment is more upmarket than most but is definitely the real deal – as evidenced by its popularity with regular local patrons. Tables come laden with herbs, chilli and lime, as well as gio c…
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Quan Bui

Stylish Indochinese decor features at this recent opening in up-and-coming Ð Ngo Van Nam. Nearby restaurants offer Japanese flavours, but Quan Bui's focus is on authentic Vietnamese dishes served by hip young waitst…
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Banh Xeo 46A

Locals will always hit the restaurants that specialise in a single dish and this renowned spot serves some of the best banh xeo in town. These Vietnamese rice-flour pancakes stuffed with bean sprouts, prawns and por…
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Secret Garden

Negotiate the stairs in this faded HCMC apartment building to arrive at Secret Garden's wonderful rooftop restaurant. Rogue chickens peck away in the herb garden, Buddhist statues add Asian ambience, and delicious h…
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Five Oysters

With a strong seafood slant and friendly service, light and bright Five Oysters in backpackerland is frequently packed with travellers feasting on oysters (30,000d), grilled octopus, seafood soup, snail pie, pho, fr…
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Cuc Gach Quan

It comes as little surprise that the owner is an architect when you step into this cleverly renovated old villa. The decor is rustic and elegant at the same time, which is also true of the food. Despite its tucked-a…
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Huong Lai

A must for finely presented, traditional Vietnamese food, the airy and high-ceilinged loft of an old French-era shophouse is the setting for dining with a difference. Staff are from disadvantaged families or are for…