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Nha Hang Ngon Restaurant

Nha Hang Ngon Restaurant

One of the most rewarding ways of exploring another culture is through tasting its local food. If this feeling grips you during your trip to Ho Chi Minh City, Nha Hang Ngon Restaurant is a perfect choice.

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. When it opened around a decade ago, it was an immediate hit both among office workers and tourists, as it brought together the city’s top street vendors under one roof and offered their delectable dishes at low prices in hygienic conditions. Indochina tours Vietnam

Nha Hang Ngon Restaurant

Nha Hang Ngon Restaurant

This place is tourist-central, where Western visitors are more likely to outnumber anyone else as they dig into sanitized Saigon street foods set in the leafy courtyard of a colonial-era mansion. 9 out of 10 visitors to Saigon would have been here, a place where waiters with at least basic English language skills assist foreigners to bridge the communication gap and try those street foods they have always seen being hawked in the city streets by squatting vendors, but had been unable to try.

The setting of this Vietnamese restaurant is very nice, in a leafy garden with a small pond, located in the main tourist area. A very lively atmosphere and hospitable environment makes this a true gem above other restaurants. Locals are very fond of this restaurant so it is a good idea to come early or to make a reservation. The big variety of food on the menu makes it possible to find something for every food lover. The staff is very helpful and more than willing to help you make the right choice or give explanations of what a dish is made of.

The restaurant is tourist-central

The restaurant is tourist-central

Nha Hang Ngon is like a glam-up hawker centre. This is such a safe, hygienic place for families with kids to try authentic Vietnamese street food in a comfortable, clean environment. Hawkers set up food stalls along one wall of the restaurant, where they prepare and cook your food. You can wander around and check out the food stalls before ordering from the extensive menu which the waiter will bring to your table.

If you have really limited time and you want to try all the varieties of Vietnamese food, this is the perfect place. Vietnamese food has 3 kinds of regions: Northern, Central and Southern. Each region has its own character and in Nhà Hàng Ngon, most of the food here is a Southern one, which has many influences from the foreign countries like Chinese, French, Thailand, etc.

Mouth-watering dishes

Mouth-watering dishes

The menu is full of all the staples of Vietnamese cooking, popular dishes include fresh spring rolls, minced prawn on bamboo and an array of noodle soups. For fans of seafood, the grilled crab comes cracked for convenience and accompanied by a delicious dipping sauce made with fish sauce, garlic, lemon and a subtle chilli kick. A meal at Nha Hang Ngon is accompanied by a platter of vegetables, herbs, fruits and leaves of varying texture and taste, as is the norm with authentic Vietnamese dining.

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