Ho Chi Minh City

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Temple Club
9
$$
Asian
5 reviews
Ideal for special occasions or just a romantic meal in an unforgettable space, this atmospheric restaurant serves classic Vietnamese fare. — Fodor's
Ngon 138 Restaurant
8
$$
Asian
4 reviews
Always heaving with locals and foreigners alike, this is one of the most popular places in town for the taste of street food in stylish surroundings. — Lonely Planet
Quan An Ngon
8
$$
Vietnamese
4 reviews
In a city renowned for its outstanding restaurants, Ngon, which means "delicious," is quite a phenomenon, and is a not-to-be-missed experience for all visitors to the city. — Frommer's
Propaganda Bistro
8
$$
Asian
3 reviews
You can avoid menu confusion by choosing the 450,000d discovery menu of four courses, three glasses of wine, and organic green tea. — Fodor's
Baba's Kitchen
8
$$
Vegan and Vegetarian
3 reviews
Baba's sets Bui Vien alight with the fine flavours, aromas and spices of India. — Lonely Planet
Xu Restaurant Lounge
8
$$$
Asian
2 reviews
Xu is the brainchild of Bien Nguyen, who has created one of the city's most elegant and innovative restaurants and one of the hippest night spots all under one roof. — Frommer's
Ocean Palace
8
$$
Asian
2 reviews
With full-on, bright, upscale Chinese opulence, it's not the place for a romantic tête-à-tête, but the cuisine at Ocean Palace – near the Botanical Gardens – is divine. — Lonely Planet
Hum Vegetarian, Lounge & Restaurant
8
$$
Asian
2 reviews
This new opening brings the excellent Vietnamese-inspired vegetarian cuisine of the city's long-established Hum Vegetarian Cafe & Restaurant to a central garden location — Lonely Planet
Quan Ut Ut - Vo Van Kiet
8
$$
American
2 reviews
This American barbecue joint is wildly popular among locals, who love the tasty ribs, the craft beer, the cheeky menu, and the laid-back vibe — Fodor's
The Refinery
8
$$
European
3 reviews
The understated decor makes for casual, intimate dining. — Frommer's
Cuc Gach Quan
8
$$
Asian
3 reviews
The decor is rustic and elegant at the same time, which is also true of the food. — Lonely Planet
Hum Vegetarian, Cafe & Restaurant
8
$$
Vegan and Vegetarian
3 reviews
The fresh and healthy pan-Asian menu and the vibe is similar to Hum Lounge in District 1, but with a focus that's more on food than cocktails. — Fodor's
Mandarine Restaurant
8
$$$
Asian
3 reviews
Decor is an upscale Chinese motif with timber beams, fine Chinese screen paintings, and artwork on two open-plan floors. It's plush but not stuffy, and you'll feel comfortable in casual clothes or a suit. — Frommer's
The Deck Saigon
8
$$$
Asian
3 reviews
The Deck is a place to spoil yourself with sublime seafood-focused pan-Asian cuisine, fine wines, and professional service. — Fodor's
Pizza 4P's Le Thanh Ton
8
$$
Italian
3 reviews
otherwise known as Pizza 4P's is an "edutainment restaurant," per its website — Afar Magazine
Lemongrass
7
$$
Asian
3 reviews
The atmosphere is candlelit and intimate, very Vietnamese, with cane furniture and tile floors, yet its three floors of subdued dining are a still a nice place to duck out of the midday sun. — Frommer's
Square One
7
$$$
Seafood
2 reviews
You don't come to Square One to eat; you come to spend an evening paying homage to good food. Dining here is like having a front-row ticket to a fancy cooking show. — Frommer's
Hoa Tuc
7
$$
Asian
2 reviews
In the trendy courtyard of the former opium refinery, Hoa Tuc offers atmosphere and style to match the excellence of its food. — Lonely Planet
Cyclo Resto
7
$
Asian
2 reviews
This place offers some of the best-value food in town. — Lonely Planet
Co Ngu Restaurant
7
$$
Asian
2 reviews
Key ingredients are imported, the fish is very fresh, and the presentation is unrivaled. This is the place where Saigon's many Japanese expatriates come to celebrate. — Frommer's
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