The 9 Best Restaurants in District 10, Ho Chi Minh City

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XeLam Bistro

XeLam Bistro

XeLam Bistro is an urban style restaurant offering a large interior as well as large tables that are perfect for ordering family-style. It is recommended you fill up your table with lots of small dishes. Order some steamed chicken with fish sauce, fried rice crackers, sweet and sour pork, stir-fried morning glory, coconut curry and some seafood – jumbo shrimp, sea snails – all combined by some primary white rice. The place is so crowded on the weekend, so call for booking in advance to avoid full load.

Con Gà Nướng Restaurant

Con Gà Nướng Restaurant

This is a great place for chicken addicts. Con Gà Nướng specialises in all sorts of chicken dishes, from boiled, steamed and curry plates to the clay pot, roasted and grilled varieties, all dressed in different seasonings and flavours. Try the five-spice roasted chicken and remember to order some rice and greens. The hungriest diners can order a whole chicken for less than $10 (roughly 231,800 Vietnamese Dong). Make sure you don’t go alone – these dishes are meant to be shared over beer and good conversation.

Lẩu Cá Cô Thư (Miss Thu Fish Hotpot)

Lẩu Cá Cô Thư (Miss Thu Fish Hotpot)

At night this restaurant is usually full when dozens of District 10 residents get through the crowd to enjoy the taste, hot seafood. The prices are extremely cheap as well – four people can dine for about $15. You may wish to avoid the crowds and come between meal times, but if you want the real local experience, we recommend you go when everyone else does. Don’t be hesitate to join a local table – they will be more than welcoming.

Nhà hàng Hanuri

Nhà hàng Hanuri

Whether you are a Korean food lover or not, Hanuri is worth to get your high appreciation. The menu has enough all your Korean favourites, including gimbap, tokkbokki, and at affordable prices from ($2-7 per item). The downside is that the place can get a little too crowded, but that’s a testament to how delicious the food is. Why don’t come and try more!

Dong Ho Eden Restaurant

Eden Restaurant has an enormous space, which is even enough for a big event. The menu is also extensive to match the space, but the prices are in the mid-range. The good news is the food is delicious and the service is incredibly friendly. You can choose to sit indoors in air-conditioned bliss or head outdoors and surround yourself with greenery in the garden, which comes with a lakeside view.

Happy BBQ

Happy BBQ

Patrons at Happy BBQ can order raw ingredients and cook them up themselves over a charcoal grill. Make sure you order vegetables to balance the meat. This interactive dining experience is perfect for large groups.

Chut Chit Seafood

Chut Chit Seafood

Chut Chit Seafood is a makeshift street food stall that packs up and leaves when it’s done for the day, so be sure to get here quick. This humble venue specialises in masterfully cooked seafood. Culture Trip highly recommends the snail with salted egg yolk and cheese. After you order, sit yourself down on one of the plastic stools and sip an ice-cold beer.

Bún Đậu Mắm Tôm A Chảnh

Bún Đậu Mắm Tôm A Chảnh

Bún đậu mắm tôm ranks as one of the smelliest dishes in Vietnam. Yet push past the pungent aroma and you’ll be rewarded with a whole new world of flavour. This bowl of noodles, tofu and shrimp paste (the culprit of the smell) is served with sliced meat, and garnishes such as mint leaves, chilli, and lime. Bún Đậu Mắm Tôm A Canh in District 10 has spent years perfecting this dish. Thanks to its large portions, affordable price and courteous, quick service, it has earned a big reputation among residents.

Bún đậu mắm tôm ranks as one of the smelliest dishes in Vietnam. Yet push past the pungent aroma and you’ll be rewarded with a whole new world of flavour. This bowl of noodles, tofu and shrimp paste (the culprit of the smell) is served with sliced meat, and garnishes such as mint leaves, chilli, and lime. Bún Đậu Mắm Tôm A Canh in District 10 has spent years perfecting this dish. Thanks to its large portions, affordable price and courteous, quick service, it has earned a big reputation among residents.

Thien Tam Vegetarian

Looking for something healthy? Thien Tam serves a plant-based on perfectly portioned but also extremely affordable dishes. Even their fish sauce is vegetarian, showing just how far they are willing to go the extra mile. Culture Trip recommends the hot-pot and fresh spring rolls. Vegans are also well catered for.

Source: Modoho.com.vn

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