Vietnamese Food - Food
Hochiminh City – SAIGON
Pho 2000 – (not sure of
address but you can find as this place is pretty famous since
President Clinton ate here.) The Pho is very delicious. However,
it is also 19,000 Dong were Pho is usually between 5,000-8,000
Dong. Is it worth the extra Dong? In my opinion – NO.
333 Café – (De Tham
Street) – We had chicken curry, steamed shrimp and chicken
noodle soup. We did not find the food to be all that good and
thus can not recommend.
Quon An Ngon (138 Nam Ky Khoi
Nghia), a great way to try a variety of delicious Vietnamese food.
Hu Tiu Nam Vang (Quynh at A65,
Nguyen Trai St., Dist. 1): a soup from Mekong Delta with vermicelli
noodles, pork pices, two shrimps, onions and herbs.
Al Frescos - 27 Dong Du St. very good salads, bbq ribs, pizza
and decent mexican food
Pepperoni’s – 111 Bui Vien Street – Good pizza,
cheap food and rooftop bar
Juice - excellent smoothies, milk shakes and good variety of food
(another branch selling drinks only is located on the 4th floor
of the Parkson Shopping Ctr)
California Burrito – 17 Phan Van St.- very good burritos
Pomodoro - 79 Hai Ba Trung St.
Opera – Park Hyatt Hotel – 2 Lam Son Square.
Santa Lucia – 14 Nguyen Hue St.
Golden Elephant - 34 Hai Ba Trung St.
Alibabas - 60 Le Thanh Ton St.
Au Lac do Brazil - 238 Pasteur Street
Amigo – 55-57 Nguyen Hue St.
Ohan – 71 Pasteur Street –Sushi/Sashimi
Food for Vegetarians
Tôi ãn chay = I'm
Based on the Timeout Guide to
1. Com Chay Nang Tam: 384/40,
Nam Ky Khoi Nghia, ward 8, Ditrict 3 (tel: 8483874)
2. Hoa Mai restaurant: Rex Hotel, 141 Nguyen Hue st., District
1 (tel: 8292185)
3. Tib restaurant: 187 Hai Ba Trung st., District 3 (tel: 8297242)