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You might not have noticed it, but Vietnamese cuisine has slowly been taking Manila by storm.
There have been a lot of banh mi joints opening recently, as well as hip bars and bistros that are reshaping the nation’s perception of this highly underrated cuisine.
You may want to check out: Manila's Best Banh Mi Spots
Well, we’re starting to take notice. Check out the Top 10 Most Loved Vietnamese restaurants this month based on user favorites from Booky.
Phat Pho – Rockwell
Phat Pho is a modern, street style Vietnamese restaurant that started in Cebu. Its menu offers no frills Vietnamese food that’s made from all-natural ingredients–no powdered additives here! What to order: Satay (Php 130), Pho Ga (Php185), Pho Bo (Php 200)
Propaganda Bistro – Greenbelt 5
Propaganda Bistro offers a modern take on Vietnamese cuisine with salads, banh mi, iced coffee, fried spring rolls, noodle dishes, and even craft cocktails. Try their classic beef pho!
Banh Mi Kitchen – multiple branches
Banh Mi Kitchen is a casual Vietnamese sandwich joint that’s a quick service food stall specializing in traditional banh mi. With over 6 different flavors to choose from, everything on their menu is under Php 200.
Tra Vinh – Banawe
Founder Mr. Van Chien Ho opened the first Tra Vinh restaurant in Australia 20 years ago. His award-winning franchise now serves several cities spread across the Land Down Under and now, Manila! Their bestselling soups are also available in big servings – ideal for a groups of three hungry diners.
Cu Chi Bar – Poblacion
Cu Chi Bar is a late night Vietnamese bar and restaurant that serves that usual favorites like banh mi, spring rolls, and more. Don’t leave without ordering one of their refreshing cocktails!
Phat Buddha – White Plains
You can now enjoy Chinese and Vietnamese dishes at Phat Buddha. They serve a variety of dishes like beef hot pot, green orange chicken, Buddha bowls, banh mi, and more, all in a garden-type setting.
Viet Asia – BF Homes
Viet Asia brings you a simple and satisfying taste of Vietnam. The place is a vibrant and modern take of the noodle houses which are ubiquitous in the Southeast Asian country. What to order: BBQ Chicken Rice Bowl (₱180) and Pork Bánh Mì (₱200)
Bawai’s Vietnamese Kitchen – various branches
Bawai first opened its doors in Tagaytay back in 2007. This homegrown Vietnamese restaurant uses only the freshest ingredients imported from Vietnam and is known for their signature fish sauce. Bestsellers include their Pho (Vietnamese Soup), Goi Cuon (Vietnamese fresh spring roll) and their delectable dessert, the Banh da Lon (Vietnamese rice cakes).
Pho Hoa – multiple branches
Pho Hoa is one of the first Vietnamese restaurants to open here in Manila. It serves good and hearty pho, spring rolls, vermicelli bowl, banh mi, Vietnamese coffee, and more.
If you don’ t see your go-to Vietnamese restaurants on the list, add those place to your ‘Favorites’ page on the Booky app! It counts as a vote to push them up the ranks on our Top 10 lists.
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