Vietnam's Top Restaurants for Luxury Travellers

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In the context of street food is more blooming than ever.

A divine concoction of sweet, salty, sour and hot flavours, not overly spicy, with rice, noodles, fresh vegetables and herbs all playing a big role; there’s no wonder that over the years it has become more and more popular around the world. 

With a staggering 500 traditional dishes to indulge your taste buds, Vietnam is the perfect destination for foodies.

But ..

With thousands of restaurants up and down the country, it’s almost impossible to decide which restaurants to go to for the best in providing quality Vietnamese food, a great atmosphere and a luxurious flare. 

Here we have rounded up the best, and our favourite, restaurants in Vietnam in the some big city.

At Hanoi capital

Hanoi is now becoming one of Asia’s most popular travel destinations, which has many stunning places and various dishes.

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La Verticale Hanoi

La Verticale Hanoi is a French stylish restaurant. The restaurant is designed by the white walls and tiled floors intact, wooden furnishing with white tablecloths. It is said that La Verticale Hanoi always provides the comfortable armchairs and excellent views from the center of the capital. Choosing this restaurant, you can enjoy 5 spices of Hanoi, artichoke leaves in Dalat, Halong curry sauce, and Mekong fruits sorbet. Many delicious foods and imported wine are set up on the menu with desserts and optional wine pairing. You will be offered bottled spices such as peppercorns, wild pepper, star anise, and aged nuoc cham sauce. When you enjoy the foods here, you will love a stylish spice shop that resembles an apothecary. La Verticale is the excellent food-and-beverage, romantic ambiance so the price range is much higher than others.

The Green Tangerine

This restaurant offers a menu of innovative and delicious French and Asian fare in a fantastic location. Set back from the busy streets in a lovingly restored 1928 colonial home in the Old Quarter, Green Tangerine is the best for its lunch menu.

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Seasons of Hanoi

A classic Vietnamese restaurant with an intimate and romantic ambience. Serving the finest in Vietnamese cuisine, the candlelit interior of this beautifully restored colonial villa is tastefully decorated throughout in warm earth-tone colours and authentic locally produced furnishings.

At Hoi An

The particular destination in Central region is Hoian which is famous for many local specialties to eat. Especially, they adopt all things like quality, fresh seafood, prices, so a seafood feast can easily fit any budget.

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Mango Rooms

An unusual and hip little restaurant that was started up by Texan-Vietnamese chef Duc, who has successfully fused the flavours of Vietnam, America and hints of Japan to create some delicious and unique dishes. The open kitchen allows you to see the chef at work with all his flair, creating a great dining experience.

Morning Glory

The Cargo Club restaurant at Morning Glory not only provides clean, fresh and delicious food, but they also share the charming stories behind traditional Vietnamese cuisine and culture. Cooking with love and passion, many dishes that you just won’t find on other menus are all available here and are perfection on a plate! They also offer great cooking classes which involve a visit to the market with the chef.  Book a table on the terrace and enjoy watching the sun go down with a cocktail or two!

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Full Moon Town

Located on the banks of the Co Co River along a street leading to a beautiful sandy beach, Full Moon brings together traditional and modern architectural styles in a romantic setting. Serving typical Vietnamese dishes, this is a great place to explore local flavours and soak up Hoi An’s renowned atmosphere.

At Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh is one of the most popular destinations in Vietnam with not only many culture places but also the traditional cuisines.   

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Temple Club

Follow the trail of lanterns up the dimly lit stairs to this elegant restaurant. This is one of the top spots in the city, and white tablecloths, whirling fans and antique silverware to accompany chopsticks create a colonial atmosphere. But the menu is distinctly Vietnamese; favourites include grilled beef on lemongrass skewers and fish wrapped in banana leaf.

Quan An Ngon Restaurant

An open-air restaurant where Ho Chi Minh City’s finest street chefs create their masterful specialities. Locals and in-the-know foreigners jostle at night time, waiting for their favourite Vietnamese classics like bun cha (vermicelli with minced pork balls and fresh herbs) and green papaya salad with shrimp. Fortunately, there are a lot of tables, so the line moves quickly.

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Xu Restaurant Lounge

Xu Restaurant Lounge serves both traditional and modern Vietnamese food, using new techniques often simplifying complex dishes to emphasise a particular ingredient. Recommended dishes to try are banh bot lọc, rice cracker banh he beef, and Vietnamese cang cua salad followed by a chocolate kumquat truffle.

Whichever area of Vietnam you decide to visit, you’ll certainly enjoy trying all the local delicacies. If you need help or detailed information about travel issues in Vietnam, please send questions about email to us. We are here ready to provide information, support and accompany you throughout the journey to discover Vietnam.

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