10 restaurants in nha trang for a fine dining experience

     
Nha Trang: Where to eat and drink

To try real Vietnamese street food you’ll have to get out of the tourist centre. There are some great eats within walking distance, or a short scoot by xe cộ om.

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Thit bo nuong la lot is a popular late afternoon street snack. Beef is wrapped in lo lot leaves and grilled, with the leaves imparting a herbal flavour to lớn the meat while holding in all the juices. You can try it on Bach Dang Street, at the corner with Mac Dinh Chi, for 4,000 dong apiece. Good luck sitting on the miniature plastic stools. Here you can also get another tasty snack, banh trang nuong, grilled rice paper topped with ingredients like quail egg, green onions and minced mushrooms for a crunchy, smokey, savoury treat — only 7,000 dong each.


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Welcome khổng lồ Nha Trang, stomach!


Nem nuong Ninh Hoa is a feast-with-friends, eat-with-fingers type of dining experience. Nem nuong is found throughout Vietnam but this particular style originated in Ninh Hoa district và is now famous in Nha Trang. Your table will be filled with platters of grilled pork meat balls, lettuce leaves, rice paper, fresh herbs, chillies, rice vermicelli and garlic. You make your own wrap & dunk the roll into the sweet-spicy fish sauce. There are two large restaurants on Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, west of Nguyen Thien Thuat. Look for the signs Quan Nem Ninh Hoa Nha Trang. A mix works out khổng lồ be around 40,000 dong per person.


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Nem nuong Ninh Hoa: burp.


You can also get nem nuong at Ngoc Tien at 59 Le Thanh Phuong, a block south of Yersin Street, and at Nem Dang Van Quyen at 16A Lan Ong Street, a few blocks west of Michelia khách sạn and the ocean. Nem Dang Van Quyen does a delicious bun thit nuong, a filling noodle salad that’s the perfect cheap lunch on a sweltering day. Cold rice vermicelli noodles are topped with grilled lemongrass pork, fresh herbs, peanuts, shredded lettuce & a sweet, salty dressing — a bowl is only 40,000 dong. The joint occupies two spots across the road from each other.


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Tradition lives on.


Another street eat is banh can, mini rice flour pancakes topped with your choice of egg, fresh or dried meat and seafood, cooked in round pans over coals. The pancakes are served with fatty pork meatballs & shredded green mango — lớn eat, địa chỉ cửa hàng all three into the bowl of dressing with chopped green onions so all the flavours get soaked up. Banh can is found all over Nha Trang (outside the tourist centre, that is), so you should have no problems finding it. You can try it at 51 lớn Hien Thanh, mở cửa 14:00 to 21:30. We also tried them at the daytime footpath stands across the entrance of Ponagar Tower.


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The sum becomes greater than the parts.


Nha Trang is famed for its seafood (hai san). For a great experience, head to the seafood restaurants just north of the Tran Phu bridge, on Thap bố Road và on Pham Van Dong (the road along the ocean). These joints are well worth the 10-minute drive from downtown. Supplied by local fishing villages, you’ll find an assortment of flopping sea creatures ranging from familiar khổng lồ alien: giant prawns, squid, urchins, angry looking crabs & clams of all shapes & sizes. We’d recommend the restaurants along the ocean road – they are extremely popular with large tourist groups & it can sometimes feel lượt thích a feeding frenzy, but the ocean breeze coupled with the killer view of the entire bay makes up for it.


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Not Hong Kong.


In particular, Long Chai hai San dẻo Duong has an awesome al fresco terrace with a great selection of fresh seafood. This restaurant is packed by 18:00 and the prices are a bit higher, but we were thoroughly impressed with our plates and judging by the happy finger licking going on around us, we’d say it’s worth it. Take a xe om or taxi, or until 19:00, you can take the white và blue thành phố bus #4 (Hon Xen – Vinpearl), for 7,000 dong per ride. From the downtown core, catch the bus headed north along Nguyen Thien Thuat. After the bridge, the bus will pass Ponagar Tower, head east along Thap bố Road before travelling along the coast where the restaurants are. There’s a stop close lớn Long Chai nhì San dẻo Duong.


Seafood is priced by weight. Eye the display of creatures in buckets and on ice, point at what you want và ask the price per kilogram. With the price confirmed, indicate how much you want, watch them weigh it and write it on your bill. Then the most important decision: how you want it cooked. You can usually choose steamed, barbecued, fried or hot pot. A plate of steamed squid, plus four giant prawns fried with shallots – enough for one person – plus Saigon beer to wash it all down cost us a reasonable 360,000 dong.


Another local Nha Trang must-try is bo nuong at Lac Canh, grill-it-yourself barbecue at 44D Nguyen Binh Khiem, located in the north end of the downtown core, just south of the bridges. Grill well marinated beef at the table over a coal brazier. It’s a smoky, hot, crowded, lively & memorable experience. Don’t wear anything you care about. There are other meats & seafood available but this place is famed for the beef. Open from 09:00 until 21:30.

Life in Vietnam wouldn’t be life without pho (pronounced feu) and it, along with other types of noodle soups, are easily found in the mornings in Nha Trang. If you want to lớn indulge in a 35,000 dong bowl of fragrant and flavourful beef pho (pho bo) for lunch, head lớn Goc Ha Noi (meaning “Hanoi Corner”) at the corner of 142 Bach Dang và To Hien Thanh Street. This xinh đẹp eatery also serves large family-style dishes, large bowls of soup và stir-fry to lớn be shared & eaten with rice. Dishes range from 60,000 lớn 110,000 dong. Look for the charming leafy patio in front.


Given the bay’s bounty of fresh fish, it’s no surprise that bun ca is a Nha Trang specialty. It’s a simple noodle soup with rice vermicelli, fish broth and fish filet and/or fish paste meatballs. Try it on Bach Dang Street or at the central Xom Moi market in the morning. Also keep your eyes peeled for banh canh phụ thân ca, a soup with thick noodles & slices of fish cake.

Vietnam can be hard on vegetarians (chay) as many classic Vietnamese dishes & street food usually has some sort of meat, seafood or fish sauce. But herbivores on a budget will love Nha Hang Chay Thien Y, a local joint at 79 Yersin Street where you can try versions of classic Vietnamese eats lượt thích lemongrass grilled “pork” and “beef” wrapped in lo lot leaves, with mock meat made of soy và bean curd. The flavours are good & we didn’t miss the meat. No English is spoken here so vày your best ordering from the menu or pick and choose from the display, which has trays of bamboo shoots, a wide variety of veg và pickles. We loaded up a plate that came with rice and a bowl of soup for only 25,000 dong.


Lanterns has enjoyed popularity for many years and the popularity is well earned. The food is good, the prices are reasonable and the service is a well-oiled machine, so it’s no wonder hotels often point guests to lớn this centrally located restaurant. Exposed brick, bamboo and the namesake orange lanterns create a pleasant atmosphere but once this place gets packed with tourists – as early at 18:30 – it feels more lượt thích a bustling banquet hall than an intimate sit-down restaurant. Still, the service never lets up & here you can get an introduction lớn Vietnamese specialties lượt thích kho to, marinated meat slow cooked in a clay pot with herbs và spices (99,000 dong), & big sharing-type mains lượt thích seafood hot pot or barbecue, with a coal brazier brought right to the table so you can grill your own fish and meat (199,000 dong for two).


For those who want to lớn try typical street food, they have a selection including bun thit nuong, rice noodle salad topped with grilled pork, fried spring roll, herbs, peanuts and a sweet, salty, garlicky dressing, very reasonably priced at 65,000 dont. Get there early or be prepared to wait. Lanterns also has a half-day cooking class available every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday (US$25 per person, minimum two people) and an afternoon walking street food tour (200,000 dont per person).

International foodWhen it comes khổng lồ restaurants in Nha Trang serving international food, you are spoiled for choice, và if you want lớn try Russian food without having khổng lồ actually venture khổng lồ Russia, this might just be the place to vì chưng it; you will have no trouble finding Russian restaurants and there’s even a “Small Armenia” eatery. We admit, we don’t know much about Russian fare, but these joints seem lớn be extremely popular. For non-Russian or Vietnamese food, check out these excellent eats.


For your Indian food fix, head khổng lồ Ganesh. You may recognise the name since there are six other locations in Vietnam, but we’d rank this joint as one of their best. The restaurant is simple và clean, with lively music & side-by-side portraits of Ho bỏ ra Minh và Gandhi. The menu features north và south Indian dishes, every sort of flatbread imaginable, real paneer và generous portion sizes ideal for sharing. The amazing naan is the kích thước of a flying saucer & meat dishes like chicken tikka masala (108,000 dong) come loaded with boneless chicken. Appetisers start at 40,000 dong, vegetable mains range from 80,000 lớn 90,000 dong. There’s an air-conditioned room upstairs or sweat it out on the ground level.

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If you are craving meat & potatoes, head to La Casserole, a small Swiss restaurant with a thực đơn of favourite Swiss dishes done well – get your sausage, schnitzel và schweinsfilet. Mains hover around 140,000 dong và you won’t go home hungry. We can’t imagine who would want to eat a bucket of hot cheese in Nha Trang weather but if you do, authentic Swiss cheese fondue is available and it looks & smells divine (440,000 dong for two people). The proprietor, who hails from Luzern, is welcoming, friendly và attentive.


With just six tables on a second floor terrace overlooking Hung Vuong Street, cosy Greek eatery Pita GR Restaurant is fantastic value. Grab a souvlaki (Athens-style, with french fries stuffed in the pita wrap) for only 50,000 dong. Mains lượt thích mousakas, kalamakia và large Greek salad topped with a brick of feta start at 90,000 dong. This was one of the few places where service staff asked us how our food was, and the miễn phí dessert was a most welcome touch. Not surprising, Pita GR is busy và bustling, so expect khổng lồ wait for a table.

If the black và white photos of classic Italian movie stars doesn’t lure you in, the sights of happy diners chowing down on enormous thin-crust pizza probably will. Da Fernando is Nha Trang’s go-to Italian eatery and it doesn’t disappoint with its pizza, house-made pasta, ravioli, gnocchi & risotto, all hovering between 135,000 to 155,000 dong. The central location & small dining area means da Fernando is crowded so unfortunately you may feel rushed – it’s rather disconcerting when the owner keeps pointing at your table to waiting guests as you eat your meal. It’s too bad because the food is worthy of lingering over Italian style, with many courses.

BeachsideOpened in 2015, Ana Beach House is Evason Ana Mandara Resort’s stylish, classy beachfront restaurant with a simple thực đơn of seafood, Mediterranean và Vietnamese dishes. The design and decor is worthy of the beautiful beachside setting which you can enjoy curled up on a hanging sun bed or while digging your toes into the sand. The enticing tapas are reasonably priced, with a selection of four costing 150,000 dong. After bites of warm oyster, octopus a la plancha và deep-fried scampi, choose from seafood và grilled meat mains, starting from 220,000 dong. More economical is the pizza (150,000 dong), and gluten0free dough is available.

Relaxed beach hangout by day, chic lounge by night: Sailing Club Nha Trang is a classy beachfront restaurant-lounge that maintains a relaxed, casual vibe with a breezy xuất hiện terrace that abuts the sand. Clusters of low tables và chairs, bed loungers, beanbags on the beach và candlelight create an intimate setting. The place is gorgeous at night, especially when the full moon is rising over the ocean.


Food here is not for those on a tight budget but for your money you bởi vì get elegantly presented meals, hearty portions and posh ingredients. A main, like braised lamb shank or oven roasted sea bass, will mix you back 250,000 to lớn 350,000 dong. Giant salads cost 185,000 dong, while fancy wraps are 145,000 dong. It also has a full Indian menu & select Vietnamese dishes. Some nights they vị a beach bonfire. Things rev up & get more raucous after 21:00 when the place begins khổng lồ morph into a club and the dance floor becomes packed – this is one of the few places in Nha Trang allowed to remain xuất hiện late. Located near the southern end of the downtown core.


Just south is Louisiane Brewhouse with five beers on tap (a Pilsner, crystal ale, witbier, dark lager & red ale) which you can order in five sizes, including a five-litre beer tower. Enjoying a pint beachside is pleasant if you can ignore the Rick Astley on loop và the hopeless service. Waiters put in orders via walkie-talkie but trying lớn flag someone down is a challenge; go for the beer, skip the mediocre food. There’s live music some nights và daily beer happy hours (yes, plural). In the daytime, you can use their central swimming pool for miễn phí and hang out on sun loungers available to rent for 40,000 dong.

NightlifeNha Trang has a reputation for nightlife, though it is surprisingly limited as most bars và clubs popular with tourists are compactly found within the tourist centre and people tend to over up at the same few places that are opened past midnight, including Sailing Club Nha Trang mentioned above. The bars feel alike, with cheap booze luring backpackers, and a quick walk around will reveal which bar has the happening vibe du jour. & you never know who or what you’ll come across, as Nha Trang attracts a diverse mix of people, from scruffy budget travellers to lớn those dressed khổng lồ the nines.

With nightlife comes those who prey on unguarded & inebriated tourists. Crimes range from petty theft like pickpocketing and bag snatching to lớn more serious and physical threats from men, women or men dressed as women. If a bar looks dodgy, it probably is. Most of the following advice is just common sense: don’t carry valuables or large amounts of cash, secure your wallet, watch your drink, don’t wear expensive jewellery or watches, avoid being alone on the beach at night và don’t expect lớn find your wallet after you’ve passed out drunk.

Opened in 2015, Skylight: 360 Sky Deck & Rooftop Beach Club gives guests a 360-degree view of the city và the cất cánh from the 43rd floor of the Best Western Premier Havana. The view is impressive và unparalleled. Access lớn the Sky Deck costs 100,000 dong & that includes a welcome drink. A rooftop beach night club is set to open in 2015.


Never trust a bar that poses a question khổng lồ entice you away from your better judgement. Why Not Bar? openly declares its questionable existence but at least you know what you are getting yourself into: cheap bucket drinks with cheap alcohol, shady staff, pickpockets & a lively mob – this joint is always jam-packed by the time the sun goes down, which is why we’ve included it. Online nhận xét of this place are delightful: “I can give you a thousand reasons why not!” “Awful complete dump” and “Why not close this place down?” It is what it is. Be warned.

Booze Cruise Sports Bar & Grill has a flatscreen just about everywhere you turn so patrons can catch the game. As the name suggests, this isn’t the most refined place or a place you’d take the kids, but the crowd is just loud and obnoxious, not wild. There’s mediocre pub grub, some live music nights & yes, plenty of booze: draught beer, drinking games, buckets và happy hour.

Ana Beach House: Tran Phu Blvd at Evason Ana Mandara; T: (058) 2244 809; www.sixsenses.com/evason-resorts/ana-mandara/dining; open daily 08:00-22:30.Booze Cruise Sports Bar và Grill: 110 Nguyen Thien Thuat; T: 905 719 519; www.bcsportsbar.com; bcdelivers2u
gmail.com; xuất hiện daily 06:00-03:00.Da Fernando: 96 Nguyen Thien Thuat St, south of Biet Thu St; T: (058) 352 8034; hanh_2000nt
yahoo.com; open daily 10:30-22:30.Ganesh: 82 Nguyen Thien Thuat St; T: (058) 352 6776; www.ganesh.vn; ganeshvietnam
yahoo.com; xuất hiện 07:00-22:30.Louisiane Brewhouse & Restaurant: Lot 29, Tran Phu; T: (058) 3521 948; www.louisianebrewhouse.com.vn; info
louisiane.com.vn; mở cửa 07:00-01:00.Nem Dang Van Quyen: 16A Lan Ong, west of Michelia Hotel; T: (058) 382 6737; www.nemdangvanquyen.com.vn; sales
nemdangvanquyen.com.vn.Ngoc Tien: 59 Le Thanh Phuong, south of Yersin St; T: (058) 381 0482; xuất hiện 10:00-22:00.Nha Hang Chay Thien Y: 79 Yersin St, east of bố Trieu; T: (058) 3813285Pita GR Restaurant: 7G4 Hung Vuong St, between Biet Thu and Tran quang Khai St; T: (0162) 770 6852; www.facebook.com/PitaGreekRestaurant; open daily 11:00-22:00; khv-since
sailingclubnhatrang.com; mở cửa daily 07:00-02:00.Skylight: 360 Sky Deck and Rooftop Beach Club: 38 Tran Phu Blvd at Best Western Premier Havana Nha Trang Hotel; www.skylightnhatrang.com; info
skylightnhatrang.com; mở cửa daily 16:30-23:00;Why Not Bar: 24 Tran quang đãng Khai St; T: (058) 3522 652; mở cửa until 04:00.


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