If visiting Saigon, enjoy Hong Kong-style dishes. Located in District 1 and District 5, the Hong Kong restaurants offer many different styles and flavors.
Five Saigon restaurants boast fine cuisine the signature Hong Kong vibe:
These five Saigon eateries boast not only fine cuisine, but the signature Hong Kong vibe.
Located on District 1’s Bui Vien Street, the space is cozy and offers plenty of privacy. The menu features 300 dishes made by a Hong Kong chef, fried rice with special homemade soy sauce a specialty.
A meal here costs VND100,000 ($4.3) to 200,000 per person. The restaurant operates from 11 a.m. to 4 a.m.
Tien Phat Dimsum
This old dim sum spot on Chinatown’s Ky Hoa Street, District 5 operates from 6 a.m. to 12 a.m. Its interior is simple and neat, with 50 different types of traditional dim sum on offer.
The average price for one dish ranges from VND46,000 ($1.7) to VND85,000 ($3.7).
The space is reminiscent of 1990s Hong Kong, with customers flocking here to take stylized, nostalgic photos. Dishes here include rice, barbecue pork, curry fish balls, dim sum and drinks like Hong Kong lemon and milk tea.
The restaurant, nested humbly on the corner of Pasteur Street and Nguyen Cong Tru Street, District 1 is open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Replicating popular Hong Kong eateries, dim sum and traditional noodles are Kowloon’s signature dishes with prices ranging from VND50,000 ($2.2) to 100,000.
The restaurant is located on Tran Xuan Hoa Street, District 5 and operates from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
A Ma Kitchen
This restaurant is designed in a classic vintage style, from its walls, tables, chairs, chopsticks, and spice jars. It can be an appropriate place for meetings with family, friends or lovers.
A Ma’s menu offers a variety of Chinese dishes like grilled meat, spicy tofu, and Hong Kong style grilled dumplings. The restaurant is located on Ton Duc Thang Street, District 1 and is open from 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.