Top 10 famous restaurants  in Ho Chi Minh City

Top 10 famous restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City

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Ho Chi Minh City is one of the vibrant cities in Vietnam with many delicious food and interesting places such as the best rooftop bars, restaurants with Asian delicious foods, etc. In this article, we want to give the informations about traditional Vietnamese food in top 15 restaurants that this dynamic city has to offer. 

1. Shri Restaurant & Lounge

Shri Restaurant & Lounge is placed in the Center Tower. From each table, guests can get an unparalleled panoramic view through the restaurant’s ceiling to floor windows. Besides, with decord including Frangipani trees, water features and the general open air feel make for a perfect place to unwind after a long day exploring the city. The objective of Shri Restaurant & Lounge is simple: beautiful home-cooked European food in a relaxed and ambient setting.

Address to discover Shri Restaurant & Lounger: 72 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

2. Chic Restaurant of Singapore Hotel in district 1

If tourists want to discover a restaurant where has many Asian flavours, Chic Restaurant of Bay Hotel is the best choice for them. Guests come to here will get a casual dining redolent of flavours from Asia. This place is accentuated with all-time favourites from Asia’s newest culinary capital, Singapore. The restaurant exudes clean minimalism, making it an exceptional dining environment for the food aficionados.

It is very easy to get a Vietnamese food in the Chic Restaurant with many traditional food such as: Vietnamese Fresh Spring Roll which is made of prawn, chicken and julienne of vegetables, Beef Pho is one of the traditional northern Vietnamese rice noodles served with beef ball and striploin, beansprouts, mint leaves in a rich beefy broth, and a wide range of Asian food with Singapore style.

Address: 7 Ngo Van Nam, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

one of the restaurant in a Singapore hotel in district 1, Ho Chi Minh City

3. Cuc Gach Restaurant

Cuc Gach is a restaurant that gained even more popularity after Anjelina Jolie and Brad Pitt dined here during tourist’s visit to Vietnam. It’s located in an old French colonial house that has been restored with recycled material. The quirky design, with its low doors, tasteful interior of antiques, mismatched and chipped china, plants and a nice little pond in the middle of the house creates a very friendly and intimate environment.

Address: 10 Dang Tat, Thao Dien, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

4. Secret Garden Restaurant

Secret Gardern Restaurant is a place with many home-cooked Vietnamese food. It’s designed as an oasis. Secret Garden really is a secret garden because it is beautifully decorated with central Vietnamese style lanterns, a lot of greenery and wooden furniture to match, and is hidden among the Ho Chi Minh City skyline. There is no elevator inside, but don’t let this intimidate you. Once guests are sat down, make sure to order family style like the Vietnamese do.

Address: 158 Pasteur, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

5. Serect House

Secrect House is launched in launched in 2017 and quickly rose up the ranks. It is also somewhat hidden, tucked away down a quiet alley. Although this restaurant has no stairs to climb, unlike the previous one, the whole place is decorated like a comfortable, rural home, and you can choose to sit inside which has two floors, or outside in courtyard which is also a herb garden. Try the homemade yoghurt—it’s less than a dollar and delicious!

Address:  Le Thi Hong Gam Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

6. Mountain Retreat

Mountain Retreat is spread over two floors of an old apartment building. There is no elevator here either, which makes Mountain Retreat quite aptly named. The restaurant has a cozy interior with a bamboo covered ceiling, clay walls and wooden furniture, giving you a very earthy setting as you dine.

Address: 36 Le Loi, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

some restaurants combined with rooftop bar in ho chi minh city

7. Five Oysters

Five Oysters is a restaurant specializes in seafood, and has a huge menu that covers delicious northern, central and southern Vietnamese dishes. Five Oysters also has a rooftop–perfect for watching drunk backpackers sway about from bar to bar as you enjoy beer sold for VND$10,000 (USD$0.40) per bottle. On Fridays you can get fresh oysters for just VND$10,000 each, too!

Address: 234 Bùi Viện, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

8. Ciao Bella

Ciao Bella is an exception because it is an Italian restaurant with many favorite Italian food. Guests will be warmly welcomed with a complimentary glass of Prosecco, and this coupled with the ambiance and good service, sets the tone for the rest of your evening. The menu features delicious and familiar Italian mains, but make sure to try their signature “Posh Carbonara”, which is prepared inside a wheel of cheese right in front of them.

Address: 11 Dong Du, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

9. Poke Restaurant

Poke is the second exception in this guide because it is a Hawaiian Restaurant with many Haiwaiian dishes which have become popular worldwide. It started in the 70s in a humble manner, created by Hawaiian fishermen who seasoned the cut-offs from their commercial catches to create a delicious snack. Creating your own dish at Poke Saigon is simple: a regular serving of poke costs VND$150,000 (USD$6.60), and you can customize it with additional ingredients as you please. An extra scoop of poke can be added for VND$30,000 (USD$1.30). You have a variety of choices for the base–sushi rice, brown rice, salar or half-and-half. It’s healthy, too.

Address: 42 Nguyen Hue, Ben Nghe District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

10. Xu Restaurant

This high-end venue serves mostly Vietnamese cuisine but with a modern twist, in a comfortable and elegant setting. The atmosphere at Xu Restaurant is fantastic for an evening—the music is not overbearing, the staff are attentive and the food delicious. Opt for either the five or four course tasting menu, which comes with cocktails and matching wine. It may not be a Michelin-starred venue, but it feels as if you are in one.

Address: 71-75 Hai Ba Trung, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

We hope these above informations will help the number of people who are travelers is traveling in Ho Chi Minh City. Moreover, if you want to know more interesting places to relax in this city, you can click here.

Good luck and have a good trip!