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Q: Best Vietnamese food in Beijing?

7 years 49 weeks ago in  Food  - Beijing

 
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http://www.travelchinaguide.com/cityguides/beijing/dinning/vietnamese.htm  Va Va Voom

Chinese name: 越时代 (yue shi dai)
Average Cost per Person: CNY100
Recommended Dishes: Vietnamese Deep Fried Spring Rolls, Vietnamese Grilled Duck Salad, Vietnamese Green Papaya Salad with Beef Jerky, Fresh Rice Paper Rolls, Vietnamese Noodle Soup
Hours: 11:00 - 23:00
Location: Unit S4-32, 3F, Building 4, South Block, The Village, 19 North Sanlitun Rd, Chaoyang District

 Nuage
Chinese name: 庆云楼(qìng yún lóu)
Average Cost per Person: CNY120
Recommended Dishes: Vietnamese Spring Rolls, Pawpaw Salad, Roast Fish
Hours: 12:00 - 14:00 18:00 - 22:00
Location: No.22 Qianhai Dong Yan, Shisha Hai, Xicheng District

 De-con Asian Café & Restaurant
Chinese name: 古今餐厅(gǔ jīn cān tīng)
Average Cost per Person: CNY50
Recommended Dishes: Samba Chicken, Curry Chicken, Curry Crab, Fried Mushroom
Location: 2/F, E-Tower, 12 Guanghua Lu, Chaoyang District

 Le Hugo
Chinese name: 雨果(yǔ guǒ)
Average Cost per Person: CNY60
Recommended Dishes: Saigon Shrimp Rolls, Lotus Root Salad, Curry Chicken, Seafood Salad
Location: East side of the Beijing Customs Building, 10 Guanghua Lu, Chaoyang District

 Muse Parisian Vietnamese Brasserie
Chinese name: 妙巴黎越南小吃(miào bā lí yuè nán xiǎo chī)
Average Cost per Person: CNY75
Recommended Dishes: Saigon Shrimp Rolls, Durian Rice, Fried Fish, Vietnamese Spring Rolls
Location: No.1 Nongzhan Nanlu (west gate of Chaoyang Park), Chaoyang District

 Saigon Vietnamese Rice Noodle
Chinese name: 西贡越南米粉(xī gong yuè nán mǐ fěn)
Average Cost per Person: CNY35
Recommended Dishes: Vietnamese Coffee, Fried Aubergine with Coconut Milk, Fresh Shrimp Rolls
Location: No.200, Gulou Dong Dajie, Dongcheng District

 Nam Nam
Chinese name: 那么那么(nà me nà me)
Average Cost per Person: CNY110
Recommended Dishes: Braised Beef with Citronella, Vietnamese Spring Rolls
Hours: 10:00 - 24:00
Location: No.7, San Litun Beilu, Chaoyang District

 PHO88 Vietnamese Rice Noodle
Chinese name: PHO88越南河粉(yuè nán hé fěn)
Average Cost per Person: CNY35
Recommended Dishes: Loco Rice Noodles
Location: 15-1-20, Wanda Square, No.93, Jianguo Lu, Chaoyang District

These are some of the vietnamese restaurants in Beijing and recommended dishes. I've eaten vietnamese food before, but I couldn't really tell you myself which is the best. I do however like their spicy sauce.

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