November 05, 2019

Bawai’s Vietnamese Kitchen in Nuvali Offers Grandmother’s Hearty Home-Cooked Meal

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  • If you’re in for a healthy dining experience, Bawai’s Vietnamese Kitchen is no doubt the ideal restaurant to go to. Find your favorite Vietnamese home-cooked meals in this restaurant in Solenad, Nuvali.

    Bawai’s Vietnamese Kitchen in Nuvali will remind you of a grandmother’s cooking

    Bawai’s Vietnamese Kitchen found its home in the rising city of Nuvali last 2015 and since then, they’ve been living to the concept of a grandmother’s cooking—hearty and delightfully nourishing. 

    Bawai’s Vietnamese Kitchen is where everyone is treated like family

    The dishes they offer are focused on Vietnamese comfort food that’s best to enjoy in such a cozy place.

    Customers never go out of the restaurant without a taste of the famous Goi Cuon (Php 245) or fresh spring rolls filled vegetables, shrimp, and pork wrapped in rice paper. They also have a fried version of it called Cha Gio which is one of their bestsellers.

    Goi Cuon (Php 215)

    You can also try their House Salad (Php 290), a concoction of fresh coconut sprouts with herbs, glazed pork & shrimps.

    House Salad (Php 290) /IMAGE Bawai’s Vietnamese Kitchen

    Naturally, a Vietnamese comfort food menu isn’t complete without Hu Tieu (Php 360), a traditional soup with slices of pork topped with herbs and spices along with quail eggs, squid rings and fresh veggies.

     Hu Tieu (Php 360)

    Another best-selling item in their menu is Pho Bo (P295) or traditional beef noodle soup that will warm you inside out. It has a full and strong beef flavor that will keep you sipping for more soup.

    Pho Bo (P295) /IMAGE Bawai’s Vietnamese Kitchen

    For those who are not huge fans of strong-flavored food, we recommend you to try the sweet taste of the Tom Rang Me (Php 460) or prawns with sweet tamarind paste and Che Bap (Php 80), a Vietnamese corn pudding with coconut milk and peanuts.

    Tom Rang Me (Php 460)

    These dishes are balanced with sweet and salty flavors that you’d usually like in your meal.

    If you have health concerns, Bawai’s Vietnamese Kitchen will cater to all your needs as they allow adding, changing and adjusting of dishes that will fit according to every customer’s needs and likes—especially for the elderly and those maintaining a healthy diet.

    Che Bap (Php 80)

    Aside from their Nuvali branch, they also have multiple branches located at SM City North EdsaSilang, Cavite, and White Plains in Quezon City.

    How to get here:

    • Bawai’s Vietnamese Kitchen in Nuvali is 1 hour and 30 minutes away from Metro Manila. Drive south from Metro Manila Skyway bound to South Luzon Expressway. Take the Santa Rosa exit and continue onto Santa Rosa-Tagaytay Road before turning left at Venado Street.

    This also appeared in Philippine Primer Japanese Magazine’s August 2018 issue and the Japanese and English magazine’s November 2019 issue.

    General Information

  • Solenad 3, Nuvali Santa Rosa
  • 0945-817-1494
  • 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
  • J. Hernandez St., Brgy. Bucal, Silang, Cavite
  • 0920-972-2924
  • 11 a.m. to 2: 30 p.m., 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. (Thurs to Sun)
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