Vietnamese

Fine dining Vietnamese cuisine in a beautiful restaurant. Pricier than other Vietnamese restaurants in town, but the ingredients are high quality, and the setting is elegant with a colonial feel.
Gone are the days when a food court was associated with average cheap eats; BaseHall, Hong Kong’s newest dining destination, brings together a variety of both original and new food and drink vendors. Anticipated openings include Cookie DPT, Co Thanh, Treehouse, and Honbo, alongside a few newcomers like Return of Lamak, Roti Tori from the …
Formerly Nha Trang, Bep Vietnamese Kitchen delivers delicious vietnamese cuisine at great prices. The atmosphere is very relaxed, and the ingredients are fresh and well prepared. An authentic taste of Vietnam – simple but very good!
Busy and popular spot serves a mean Pho as well as a whole host of other Vietnamese specialities.  Great for a quick and cheap lunch as well as dinner.
Chom Chom brings Vietnamese street food to the streets of SoHo. Vietnam-born Chef Peter Cuong Franklin’s menu is packed with tasty dishes that are ideal for pairing with the selection of regional beers. Dishes are designed for sharing and it’s a great spot to hang out with friends.
Moi Moi is a restaurant that serves age-old family recipes of Australia-born Vietnamese chef Luke Nguyen. The restaurant occupies a cosy but vibrant space in the lobby of Central’s stylish Nexus Building. The restaurant serves lunch, dinner and drinks. Lunch consists of a monthly-rotating set that features elevated Vietnamese street food. Dinner consists of a …
Noodlemi serves up a delectable range of Vietnamese inspired dishes, many of which are M.S.G. and gluten free. They are also well known for their amazing banh mi that are loaded with beautiful, fresh ingredients. The restaurant itself is quite small, so this is an excellent place to get take-out during the week.
Vietnamese and Thai cuisine with a modern twist. Food is well presented and the atmosphere is always welcoming, although it is popular and seats are tightly packed. It’s the ideal place for dinner while out with friends enjoying SoHo.
Following the success of his debut restaurant, Chom Chom, chef Peter Cuong Franklin has opened two new dining destinations for modern Vietnamese cuisine. Dine it at Viet Kitchen or grab a take out from Viet Baguette and enjoy Peter’s vibrant, exciting Vietnamese cuisine. Viet Kitchen is the ideal place to relax after a busy day …