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BUDDHA BAR

Buddha Bar has been an An Phu institution for years, serving up tasty meals and good drinks in a friendly, chilled environment. Plenty of room to relax inside with 2 pool tables, shuffle boards and darts area. ŒWith large screen […]

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JAKE’S BBQ

Jake’s BBQ joins Saigon’s growing American barbecue club, offering big portions and food made with passion.

Marinated, grilled meat bridges the culinary worlds of Vietnam and the US, which explains why fans of dishes such as bun thit nuong will happily cross over […]

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LA FIESTA

As it celebrates its second birthday, La Fiesta Tex-Mex diner is clearly still a hit

With Scott Marquis at the controls, La Fiesta was always going to be good. A veteran of the local restaurant scene, this is the same Scott […]

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ORGANIK HOUSE

Organik House is tucked down a small, unassuming hem on Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, turning right from Nguyen Binh Khiem. Stepping up through the door, you find yourself in a cosy front room with bare brick walls and murals that […]

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BOULEVARD GRILL BAR

Boulevard might look a little like a cafe in a shopping centre, but the two Vietnamese chefs in the kitchen send out fine dining-style dishes.

The comprehensive menu carries a wide array of excellent steaks, salads, pastas and other grilled items. […]

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UNION JACK’S FISH & CHIPS

There are certain foods that evoke strong feelings of cultural identity and tradition — Vietnam’s pho, an American burger or an Italian pizza. For much of the English-speaking world, especially those who speak proper English like the Queen, the food that […]

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NOM BISTRO DANANG

In ancient times Vietnamese made a living by growing rice and catching fish. During that time the “Nơm”, the fish basket was an important tool for a fisherman used for catching fish, prawns, and escargots from the river. In time “Nơm” […]

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