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ANCIENT HUE RESTAUTANT

 

Address:           11/3 Pham thi Lien

Location:          In town

Cuisine:            Fusion, Vietnamese

 

Ancient Hue states to be a boutique, leisure destination. Eight towering pillars, symbolizing the eight weapons meant to protect and guard the location, mark the entrance. Oversized plates and serving dishes are used in the restaurant; garnishes on dishes are teetering works of art. If you are a less-is-more kind of person, you will be in small company. Staff members offer mini tours of a traditional Hue house furnished with antique furniture and a clay house that will be home to an art gallery featuring local artists. The menu is based on the feasts of the Nguyen emperors' banquets. A chef, formerly of the Hilton Hanoi Opera, heads up the kitchen and offers creative dishes like chicken and banana blossom salad and grilled minced shrimps on sugar cane.

BANH BEO BA CHU

Address:           39/5 Phan Dinh Phung St, Hue

Location:          In town

Cuisine:            Hue’s speciality ( banh la)

 

A famous local establishment where you can sample banh beo, special local dumplings, at lunchtime or up until 5pm; walk up the narrow lane next to 78b Nguyen Hue.

CATHI RESTAURANT

 

Address:           24 Tran Thuc Nhan St

Location:          In town

Cuisine:            Vietnamese

 

This tiny, hush-hush restaurant -- just opening at press time -- is a good place to enjoy a special lunch after visiting the Citadel and ImperialCity. In a tranquil courtyard garden, alfresco dining takes place on cool, shaded patio areas surrounded by restored, low, open pavilions that are held up by ornate carved pillars and covered with terra-cotta tile roofs. It all overlooks a tranquil pond filled with hearty Japanese koi.

 

 

CARAMBOLE RESTAURANT

 

Address:           19 Pham Ngu Lao st

Location:          In town

Cuisine:            Vietnamese, continental

 

Good music is the first thing you notice at La Carambole. The decor is cheerful: cool indirect lighting, red tablecloths, and playful mobiles hanging from the ceiling, all as welcoming as the kind waitstaff. The gregarious French proprietor, Christian, and his wife, Ha, will certainly make you feel at home, and the good "comfort items" on the menu, like spaghetti, burgers, pizzas, and various French-style meat-and-potatoes specials, will stick to your ribs. The set menus are a good deal (salad and beefsteak at $5 for example), and portions are ample. There's a game table, and you're sure to meet lots of other travelers.

BIET PHU THAO NHI RESTAURANT

 

Address:           Khai Dinh St, On the way to go to Khai Dinh Tomb

Location:          Down town

Cuisine:            Vietnamese

 

Nice decoration with the Vietnamses style, is a good place to enjoy a special lunch after visiting Minh Mạng tomb and Khai Định tomb

LA THONG

Address:           94 Minh Mang, Hue

Location:          In town

Cuisine:            Vietnamese

 

La Thong restaurant is the first one in Hue that takes the lead in setting up a harmonious combination between international and domestic styles. At La Thong, you will find both the ancient and modern appearance. Come, look and feel. Located in a beautiful area, our Big Hall looks out to a Japanese style garden, with smiling waitresses in pretty uniforms readily serve your every needs! Come and enjoy the finest sashumi in town! Choose from about 20 types of sashumi and maki rolls. In addition, with our talent chef who has many years of experience in preparing dishes - we also provide a variety of sea food and grill dishes. Our style is professional. In fact, you can either order a meal to our private and luxurious VIP Side or set up a buffet in Big Hall. Especially, we also bring the experts from HoChiMinhCity to take part in eating and drinking exchanges every week. Whatever your desire may be, welcome your visit and hope to thrill you

LAC THIEN RESTAURANT

Address:           6A Dinh Tien Hoang

Location:          In town

Cuisine:            Vietnamese

 

There is a lively bar in the basement ground, full of locals drinking and playing cards and so...
If you ask for a table, they take you upstairs, to a very simple but charming room with a terrace. On the way up, pay attention to the kitchen, a real antique...
We asked for some typical Hue dishes. First, shrimp pancakes. Then, rolling tortillas made of rice paper with meat, salad and some sauces... a "make it yourself" dish. And a Tiger beer, of course!
Simple and delicious.

 

LITTLE ITALIA RESTAURANT

 

Address:           2 Vo thi Sau

Location:          In town

Cuisine:            Italian

 

The place to get your pizza and pasta cravings in order. This was opened by the same folks who brought you DMZ bar. The interior is small and cozy, with some tables near the window overlooking their small backyard garden. The pizzas have meat, cheese, and a crust, but they are nothing to write home about

OMA KHAYYAMS TANDOORI RESTAURANT

Address:           10 Nguyen Tri Phuong St

Location:          In town

Cuisine:            Indien

 

A good-value Indian restaurant, deservedly popular for its reasonably priced North Indian fare, which includes a good vegetarian and thali selection. Take-away and free delivery service.

 

CARAMBOLE RESTAURANT

 

Address:           19 Pham Ngu Lao st

Location:          In town

Cuisine:            Vietnamese, continental

 

Good music is the first thing you notice at La Carambole. The decor is cheerful: cool indirect lighting, red tablecloths, and playful mobiles hanging from the ceiling, all as welcoming as the kind waitstaff. The gregarious French proprietor, Christian, and his wife, Ha, will certainly make you feel at home, and the good "comfort items" on the menu, like spaghetti, burgers, pizzas, and various French-style meat-and-potatoes specials, will stick to your ribs. The set menus are a good deal (salad and beefsteak at $5 for example), and portions are ample. There's a game table, and you're sure to meet lots of other travelers.

PERFUM RESTAURNT

Address:           5 Le Loi  St, Hue city

Location:          In town

Cuisine:            Asia fusion

 

Though the restaurant bills itself as offering Vietnamese cuisine, the menu features a lot of European fare. The Fiesta Summer Salad was a tasty mix of grilled eggplant, green and yellow zucchini, and red peppers over a bed of lettuce and topped with feta cheese and sundried tomatoes. Pastas are served in appetizer and main sizes. Old standbys like spaghetti carbonara and even hamburgers and fries are available. The outdoor seating is a quiet setting overlooking the PerfumeRiver and lit by retro gas lamps placed on each table. It's an excellent place to unwind after a day of temple and tomb hopping.

PHUOC THANH RESTAURANT

 

Address:           30 Pham Ngu Lao st, Hue city

Location:          In town

Cuisine:            Vietnamese

 

Among lots of budget stops, this large, new, open-front restaurant borrows its style from the mandarins and temple compounds outside of Hue, but it's thoroughly modern, tidy, and caters mostly to large groups. They ask your nationality when you arrive and deliver your country's flag to your table when you sit down. Phuoc Thanh is a good choice for hygienic versions of local specialties like bun bo Hue (local noodle soup), nem ran (fresh spring rolls), or banh khoi (pancakes). A long list of tasty stir-fries, as well as delicious hot pots, round out the menu. Set menus include a gourmand's succession of soup, appetizers, and main courses. There's also a small selection of "European dishes" with fish and chips or other familiar eats for the kids.

TEMPLE RESTAURANT

Address:           5 Chu Van An

Location:          In town

Cuisine:            Vietnamese

 

Situated near the PerfumeRiver and well-known Huong Giang Hotel, the Temple Restaurant is simply a cosy restaurant to unwind in the evening and sample local cuisine. The restaurant is located at the stretch of road filled with shops, cafes and bars The ambience is great, not too noisy and the service is good. The waiter ensures that our care is well-taken off. The restaurant aims to serve local cuisine that showcases the culinary skills of the local.

TỊNH GIA VIÊN

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Address:           20 Lê Thánh Tôn, Hue

Location:          In town

Cuisine:            Vietnamese

 

Tinh Gia Vien is located down a quiet lane within the citadel. It has a lovely garden, and serves set menu meals presented in an artistic fashion. The food is good and plentiful, and the setting is really very nice and makes a quiet change from the noise and bustle of the city

TROPICAL GARDEN RESTAURANT

 

Address:           27 Chu Van An St, Hue city

Location:          In town

Cuisine:            Vietnamese

 

The place specializes in "embarrassing entrees," the kind of flaming dishes and multitiered platters that would impress that eccentric uncle of yours. The food is good but a bit overpriced for a la carte items. Set menus are quite reasonable and walk you through some house specialties, like the banana flower soup, and the steamed crab with beer. As an appetizer, don't miss the grilled minced shrimp with sugar cane wrapped in rice paper and served with peanut sauce: unique and delicious. Service is a bit hit-or-miss, either fawning or forgetful.

 

Y THAO RESTAURANT

 

Address:

3 Thach Han, Hue city

 

Location:

In town

 

Cuisine:

Vietnamese

 

Built fifty years ago, the 2-storey Y Thao house is filled with ancient charm. The owner tries her best to keep the original state of the house. This is evidence by the antique used in every aspect of the house. In addition, the garden is well landscaped. In the main hall, the ancient ceremics used by Hue royalty family is displayed in the rose-wood cupboard. The Y Thao is an ideal place for catching up over lunch or dinner. The food is well-prepared and during our visit, at least one of the Hue "royal" dish is included in our menu.