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formerly known as Quan An Ngon
Authentic, but not dirty
The BBQ beef and mushroom/pork in steamed rice rolls!
Lovely building, good food. Shame so many dishes aren't available and the beer isn't ice cold. Papaya salad excellent.
Great deep fried spring rolls and local desserts with coconut cream
Reasonable priced. A good place to try local food...
Good Vietnamese cuisine with a large selection. Portions are decent and staff is friendly.
Very quick services, always with smiles. The dishes are affordable but still full of wonderful Vietnamese experience
Love this place. Amazing Vietnamese pancake.
food and price is ok but service is a little crappy specially for foreigners due to language barrier. dont order "hot coffee" because its not really hot
Extensive menu at a decent price, great ambience!
Great for variety but nothing stands out
Snails, rice paper rolls
Overated. Small dishes with plain flavours. Does not feels lixe vietnamese cuisine. It was referenced as great but instead... A frustation. Again overated.
Nice interior and dumb waiters. Nothing special.
Food was the best.. Go for spring rolls.. The chilli sauce with rolls looks perfect
Sit outside, or a table by the window, for a lovely breeze.... All the food is great!
I had the beef vermicelli and it was good. Fried spring rolls are greasy but tasty. The service is great and the prices are very reasonable. Overall a good dining experience 😀
Always very crowded but the food is great. Everything on the menu is very delicious.
Nice atmosphere, but food is nothing special.
Pho was good! Try the steamed rice cake, dumplings and minced meat appetizer-ish dish if you wanna explore some local dish. Its spicy thou so don't do it if you can't even handle tabasco/jalapeño.
This restaurant made me fall in love for the Vietnamese Cuisine! 7 superb dishes and a few beers for only 170000Vn Dong. Friendly staff, great atmosphere! A must do when you are in Ho Chi Minh City.
Good, cheap food yet at a pretty nice restaurant. 65k vnd for Bo Ne.
Nice price, big meals, frendly stuff and tasty;)
Great place to start your Vietnamese food exploration and quite safe to take foreigners. Whilst it is not exceptional most dishes are solid and they are consistent
The best noodle soup for vegetarians ever! Lots of vegetables, grass, mushrooms and tofu! We didn't lile spring rolls though, they were with potatoes...
The menu is gigantic and it's format does not help you much(no tasting menu or menu sets) . We knew we could wander around the open kitchen only after we had been there...
Very good stir-fried vegetables, chicken and beef skewer and pomelo sweet desert.
Grilled pork vermicelli is excellent. Their dessert drink is good too. Their grilled cuttlefish not so good though.
Not so good food!
Amazing traditional Vietnamese cuisine! Excellent service and delicious food and very affordable.
100% Vietnamese cousine. Special for new comers not ready for hotchili and hardcore starts. Dishes are served correctly and portions are personal. Best to order several and share. asian style.
This place is a must to visit for lunch. No language barrier, clean, great selection of hawker stores all in one place. As a visitor, makes life easier for is to try the varieties.
Nice trendy restaurant with still cheap prices. Good variety and everything is good
Good restaurant. Indochine atmosphere, nice food and reasonable prices.
Food is great and always loaded with customers. Not a good place to convey conversation.
bun bo hue or pho bo tai
squids are absolutely gummy (125000 dong)
"special" ngon rice is no more than stir fried rice with peas and pieces of cutted meatballs. very simple for 100.000 dong and dissapointing!!!
Had a brilliant meal - 800,000 dong for 4 of us - ($40). - Meal superb and service outstanding!
Amazing local Vietnamese food. MUST GO for every visitor to HCMC
The Banh Xeo here is worth trying. I like it!
I was surprised by the average flavor of the food here even though the place was crowded with locals.
Reservation highly recommended. Service is average - too many customer to staff ratio.
Pho Bo Hue
Phone No Hue
Not the most amazing renditions of things, but the menu is _enormous_: get a bunch of street food dishes in a comfortable sit-down restaurant. Grilled cockles and banh xeo were the standouts.
Very overpriced and meager portions. You are mostly paying for the decor if you come here.