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Little Steps Asia - 14 Of The Best Vietnamese Restaurants In Hong Kong

More Than Just Pho, Vietnamese Cuisine Offers So Much More For Us To Try!

Vietnamese cuisine is a harmonious symphony of textures and vibrant flavors, promising a delicious culinary experience. Each dish showcases a captivating interplay of contrasting elements: hot and cold, soft and crispy, fresh and fermented. Renowned for its universal appeal, Vietnamese food has captured the hearts of families worldwide. Notably, it stands out as one of the healthiest cuisines globally.

Fortunately, Hong Kong boasts a myriad of exceptional Vietnamese restaurants, conveniently located throughout the city. To help you navigate this culinary haven, we have handpicked our favorite dining destinations. Prepare to embark on a flavorsome journey at these unique spots.

  • A Comfortable Dining Experience For The Family Dining at An Nam brings its visitors back to the French colonial era in Vietnam. With beautiful artwork and a charming interior plus a Hue-styled food menu to match, this is the ultimate location for a beautiful family dinner. Signature dishes include their Steamed Rice Paper Roll, Tamarind Crab, Char Grilled Pork, and a lot more!

  • An Nam Causeway Bay - 4/F, Lee Garden One, 33 Hysan Avenue, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 2787 3922

  • An Nam Kowloon Tong - Shop L1-20, Festival Walk, 80 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, +852 2866 2803,

  • Family-Friendly Vietnamese Restaurants In Hong Kong Did you know that BÊP means Vietnamese kitchen? In Vietnam, it is a homey kitchen just like one of those you would see in Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City’s street where a loving mother prepares and cooks for her family, friends and neighbors every single day. Come here and taste some of the freshest ingredients in their dishes, from spices to leafy veggies. Their menu has a great selection of starters, salads, rice rolls, noodles (from pho to cold vermicelli), banh mis, and more! BÊP Vietnamese Kitchen - Various Locations,

  • A Michelin Recognized Vietnamese Restaurant In Hong Kong What started out as a simple Vietnamese corner selling pho has now expanded into 3 restaurants across the city. Come here for some comforting Beef Noodles where you get to choose the type of beef you'd like. Other items on the menu also deserve a taste such as their Grilled Pork Belly Vermicelli or Lemongrass Pork Chop Rice. Brass Spoon - Various Locations,

  • The Best Vietnamese Spots In Hong Kong With three branches in Hong Kong Island, you'll be able to find your bun cha fix in no time. If you are looking for a simple place either to dine in or for takeout, you'll love what's on their menu. Their grilled pork and noodle bun cha is a customer favorite, don't forget to also check out their lemongrass pork and fried spring rolls.

  • Bun Cha Vietnamese Café Sheung Wan - Shop 1, G/F King Ho Building, 41-49 Aberdeen Street, Soho, +852 2858 1900

  • Bun Cha Vietnamese Café Sai Ying Pun - Shop 1, G/F, 45 High Street, Sai Ying Pun, +852 2661 0022

  • Bun Cha Vietnamese Café Kennedy Town - Shop A&B, G/F Full Harvest Building, 6-18 Hau Wo Street, Kennedy Town, +852 2788 2155,

  • Inspired By The Legendary Lunch Lady Of Saigon If you've ever been to Saigon, you'll sense a bit of familiarity here at Cô Thành. Inspired by the street-food vendors of Saigon, and by the legendary Nguyễn Thi Thành (also known as The Lunch Lady seen on Anthony Bourdain's No Reservations) - Cô Thành taps into The Lunch Lady's recipes bringing customers authentic, hearty Vietnamese dishes that'll make you want to come back for more. Check out their set menus as each main dish comes with sides and drinks.

  • Cô Thành - Pacific Place, Shop 123, Level 1, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, +852 7073 7735

  • Cô Thành - Baseball Food Court, LG, 1 Connaught Place, Central,

  • A Vibey Spot For Vietnamese Food No stranger to Peel Street regulars, this is a favorite spot for a group of friends or for date night. Whether or not you choose to either grab dinner or go for happy hour, Chom Chom has an impressive menu that includes dishes that are packed with flavor. With fun decor, music, and a vibey crowd - come here if you want to start your Friday nights with a bang! Chom Chom - 58–60 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong +852 2810 0850,

  • The Best Vietnamese Restaurants In Hong Kong Head over to Kowloon side for something different; casual retro interiors plus a hearty, affordable Vietnamese meal with quite big portions! So build up your appetites and try out their Beef Pho, Oyster and Vermicelli Noodles in Coconut Sour Soup (perfect for breezy temperatures in Hong Kong).

  • De Viet Son Mong Kok - 6 Kwong Wa Street, Mong Kok, +852 2488 9191

  • De Viet Son Sha Tin - Shop 1, G/F, Lai Shing Garden, 1-7 Sha Tin Wai Road, Sha Tin, +852 2337 0075

  • The Best Vietnamese Spots In Hong Kong A charming space where you can enjoy traditional fresh Saigonese ingredients. Order favorites such as their DIY Rice Paper Rolls or their Saigon Beer Chicken. Packed with special flavors that will surely satisfy your tastebuds, there are also a lot of vegetarian choices such as their Tofu and Mushroom Pot and their Charred Seasonal Vegetables. Le Garcon Saigon - G/F, 12–18 Wing Fung Street, Wan Chai, +852 2455 2499,

  • Where To Go For In Hong Kong Le Soleil is the first Hong Kong branch of the award-winning San Francisco restaurant that offers unforgettable Vietnamese dishes. The restaurant location is also a treat for its customers as its interior spoils us with its Vietnamese-European aesthetics. Order their Baked Rice with Crab and Garlic or their Stir-Fried Vietnamese Live Crab With Curry Sauce, Classic Pho Beef Noodles or their Steamed Rice Flour Pouches. Le Soleil -  3/F, The Royal Garden, 69 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, +852 2733 2033,

  • New Vibrant Vietnamese Restaurant In Hong Kong MâmAmis is the latest Vietnamese restaurant that offers a lively and inclusive atmosphere where families can come together to savor Vietnamese dishes made using French techniques. You can read more about this here. MâmAmis - Shop A & B, 27 Hillier Street, Sheung Wan, +852 2893 3309,,

  • Family-Friendly Vietnamese Restaurants In Hong Kong While dining in at the restaurant, surround yourself with vibrant colors of Vietnamese landscapes. The menu at Nha Trang is well-loved by its loyal customers and we suggest to check out their affordable lunch sets, and tea sets or simply grab a couple of favorites from their ala carte menu. Nha Trang - Various Locations,

  • A Vibey Spot For Hanoi Cuisine For those who have previously visited Hanoi for a holiday will surely feel the nostalgia at this place. Hanoi cuisine marinates their beef in a slightly different way and their Pho dishes don't come with fresh herbs as they are already added to the broth, but it is also just as tasty! Their Grilled Pork with Cold Vermicelli is also worth a try. Pair your dishes with their Vietnamese Iced Coffees and you can also check out their specialty drinks such as their Vietnamese Tangerine Iced Tea. Head over a bit early as you can also see people queueing up to dine in! Pho Viet Authentic Hanoi Cuisine - G/F, 99 Portland Street, Mong Kok, +852 6884 8898,

  • A Grab And Go Vietnamese Spot In Hong Kong For one of those no-fuss lazy days where you don't want to cook or if you're having trouble thinking of where to eat for your lunch break and in need of a delicious meal - Soho Banh Mi should be the choice for you. With inspiration from Vietnamese street food, customers keep coming back for more. We suggest to try out their fresh spring rolls, signature pork banh mi and their lemongrass chicken, and don't forget to pair it with their Vietnamese coffee. Soho Banh Mi - Various Locations,

  • A Vietnamese Restaurant Inspired By A Famous Poet Named after a famous 18th Century female poet HồXuân Hương - Xuan promises visitors the ultimate Northern Vietnamese experience. Its progressive-style menu can also be paired with its signature cocktails filled with Vietnamese flavors.

  • Xuân - G/F, 18 Lun Fat Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong +852 2891 1177

  • Xuân - Shop 2307A, Gateway Arcade, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, +852 3702 3399,


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