Restaurants

Top Choice Seafood in Vung Tau

Ganh Hao

With tables by the ocean, this wonderful seafood restaurant boasts the perfect setting. Don't be put off by its size (Ganh Hao is huge and seats hundreds) as service is pretty efficient and you shouldn't have to wai…
Japanese in Vung Tau

Sushi Tokyo

Intimate, relatively inexpensive Japanese with a good sushi menu (a huge plate of mixed maki rolls is 298,000d) and tempting sashimi (from 190,000d for a set selection). Tempura, teriyaki, ramen and udon dishes are …
French in Vung Tau

Bistrot 9

A chic, casual French bistro-deli with a fine pavement terrace. Perfect for breakfast or brunch (try the eggs Benedict or a crêpe) or a full-on splurge. Bread is baked daily on the premises and you don't want to mis…
Seafood in Vung Tau

Thanh Phat 2

This no-frills seafood place has strip lights and blue plastic chairs on a covered terrace right by the sea. Seafood is expertly prepared and delicious, with lobster, seabass, crab and shellfish. It's 4km north of c…
Italian in Vung Tau

David Italian Restaurant

An authentic Italian-run restaurant with freshly prepared pasta and the best pizzas and calzone in town. It's not cheap, but it has a nice sea-facing terrace. Expect a wait for your order on weekends when it can get…
Seafood in Vung Tau

Seafood Market

Behind the landmark Imperial Hotel on Back Beach, this evening-only seafood market is where you can select your fish, crab or shellfish and have it prepared and cooked in front of you.
International in Vung Tau

Tommy’s 3

A popular pub worth trying for Western grub (including big portions of Aussie steaks and burgers) as well as local classics. The front terrace offers a great perch for people-watching and service is efficient.
Vietnamese in Vung Tau

Ferry Cafe

Inside the ferry terminal building, this bustling open-sided place catches the sea breeze and serves up noodles and meat dishes. Try the steak cooked in a skillet (75,000d).
Seafood in Vung Tau

Cay Bang

A seafood institution with a great location on the water. At weekends it draws a huge crowd of the Vung Tau faithful for the crab, shellfish, hot pots and grilled fish.