Monday, July 10, 2006

Viet Nam House

V House

Viet Nam House is a very nice restaurant located in the most expensive location in Saigon, Dong Khoi Street. But you will be surprised because the food is excellent it's not expensive at all.

V House

Live traditional music is on almost every night,which creates quite a nice atmosphere. The staff are great. I love to see people smiling when they work.

V House

While looking at the menu, I got recommendations from the staff and they were all good. the Papaya salad with pork and prawns was a great starter, fresh and tangy. The Grilled beef in La Lot leaves and stir fried mixed vegetables with tofu and mushrooms were also knowledgeable choices for my main course. I think the fish in clay pot had an amazing rich sauce but the fish was a bit over cooked.

Viet Nam House
93-95Dong Khoi Street
Tel:(84).8.829.16231
Ho Chi Minh City

10 comments:

Monika said...

looks good

what are those white things on the side of the plate of the papaya salad?

Vietmom said...

They are banh tom. A type of prawn cracker! They start out really small and you place them in oil to fry and they expand sometimes to twice their original size. Very yummy! Specially if they are servied right out of the hot oil!

Lacie Rhiannon said...

Anh oi! I just posted some food on my site too! I'm going to wrok on at least 1 dish a week. Of cource mine is not restaurant style. Just every day Veit food you eat at home. Thit luoc, etc. Chao! Anh emial em nhe!

vietmom said...

Monika, After I posted the name I tought that the real offical name of these crackers are!

Banh Phong tom! You can find them at any Asian market!

Monika said...

cool

i'm gonna have to go buy some and check it out.

Thanks vietmom! =D

April said...

it's been years since i ate pork, but it looks soooo good.

Shoshauna said...

Wow, the food looks so good. I will have to go there next time in town.

Kat said...

Have you been to Lemon Grass Restaurant around the Dong Khoi district? My colleague and I ate there almost every other day! Probably because it was located so close to our hotel off Nguyen Hue Blvd.

Godknows said...

Kat , pls check out this link : http://vietnamesegod.blogspot.com/2006/06/lemongrass-restaurant.html
Thanks for all comments.

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