The restaurant scene in the Philipines is very particular in catering to both the foreign and local community, but while most restaurants claim authenticity on its name, one cannot deny the fact that some have adjusted their dishes to the Filipino palate but not Nha Em Vietnamese Cuisine in SM Aura, Taguig City. A little bit of sophistication through assembling the foods is the art into eating authentic Vietnamese foods and at Nha Em, when you say authentic, you gotta keep the standards authentic so everything here is made from scratch and everything is fresh.
Cebu’s well-loved Vietnamese kitchen is in Manila! Phat Pho, a modern street style noodle shop with casual counter style quick service, caused a stir in Cebu when it opened in 2013, and the experience of its flavorful dishes and enjoyable vibe was brought to Manila by the Moment Group with Abaca Group concept. GOI CUON. Vietnamese rice rolls which you can choose from slow roasted pork (P175/3pcs), chilled shrimp (p195/3 pcs), or marinated tofu (P155/3pcs). P.H.A.T. Pho, meaning Pretty Hot and Tasty, offers exceptionally tasty dishes prepared with love. The menu boasts of classic Vietnamese flavors and ingredients that are simple, flavorful, and of the highest quality. Everything on the […]
Craving for some Vietnamese food? Check out Ba Noi’s. GA NUONG (P270). Grilled chicken marinated in lemongrass sauce. For simple flavors, fresh ingredients, and healthy dishes, we seek Vietnamese food to satisfy our cravings. Good thing, Ba Noi’s, a popular Vietnamese restaurant that serves authentic and filling dishes, has several branches around Metro Manila where we can go to for our cravings. PHO BO (P280). A perfect homemade beef noodle served with fresh herbs and spices. Ba Noi’s has undoubtedly become a talk of the town when it comes to Vietnamese cuisine because of its no nonsense preparations in serving their dishes: just the right amount of flavor but still […]
Experience mouth-watering Vietnamese and Filipino cuisine House of Bawai is a Vietnamese and Filipino cuisine restaurant located in Solenad 3 in Nuvali Sta. Rosa Laguna. Another branch can be found in the cool city of Tagaytay. ‘Bawai’ means ‘grandma’ in Vietnamese which characterizes the overall feel of the restaurant – warm, fussy, and laidback. About 80% of the ingredients used here are all imported from Vietnam making its flavours truly Vietnamese. Have a bite of the crispy lettuce and shrimp wrapped together in a spring roll, the Goi Cuon Enjoy its Goi Cuon (P220), Vietnam’s well-loved comfort food made from fresh vegetables, noodles, and shrimp wrapped together in a spring […]
One of the things you need to know about Vietnamese cuisines is that they are most famous for their distinct noodle soups whose base boasts a rich broth. If you are thinking of trying one, ZAO Vietnamese Bistro should be in your list of must-eat Vietnamese restaurants located at Serendra, Bonifacio Global City. – – Inside ZAO is small-cozy bistro with lavish red interiors that blends well with one another. The food is another story. The harmony of wonderful flavors is what makes the Vietnamese cuisine a favorite in the Asian gastronomy. – – One of their best-sellers is the ZAO PHO (P265), a noodle soup with a rich, clear […]
In the quiet, residential street of Mayapis is a sandwich shop serving varieties of bahnmi, a traditional and Vietnamese sandwich considered to be one of the best street food all over the world. At Bon Bahnmi, the Traditional Bahnmi is made of layers of different textures of pork – lean, jambon (thigh meat), and liver pate – mixed with some shredded and crunchy vegetables, tucked in between a light and crispy baguette. Diners have the option of choosing grilled beef, chicken, roasted pork for their protein, or going for a full-on vegetarian sandwich. They can also order the baguettes, which on their own are just as good, and easily go […]
Offering real Vietnamese food with plenty of fresh vegetables, Bawai’s is a homey restaurant that offers an extensive menu of authentic Vietnamese cuisine. Owned by the Tatlonghari family, this restaurant opened in Silang, Cavite in 2007. Bawai means grandmother in Vietnamese. The restaurant is designed to be homey and gives out the feeling of visiting your grandma’s house. Eighty percent of the ingredients are imported from Vietnam. All their vegetables are fresh from the organic farm. Recommended: ● Goi Thit Tom (P250) Green Salad ● Chao Tom (P260) appetizer ● Pho Bo (P235) for Bo ● Ca nuong Xa Ot (P380) main dish ● Pandan iced tea (P65)