Dining at Vietnam: Ngon Restaurant [Nha Hang Ngon] – Dinner (Day 3)

Posted: January 12, 2014 in Adventure, Food, Travel
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For our dinner, we decided to take a walk to Pasteur Restaurant while waiting for the AO show to start. As we walked towards the restaurant, I can see that a lot of people were dining here already. I kind of expected that we need to wait to be seated but to my surprise, we were accommodated at once.


I love their interiors. They have a cool pond inside their restaurant.


They have a very spacious place and has 2nd floor to accommodate more people. We were directed to our table at the 2nd floor to be seated.


The restaurant doesn’t have any air-conditioning unit, only windows and electric fan.



Here’s what we ordered:


Steam Rice with Sauteed Diced Beef – VND 125,000


Beef Noodle in Huea Style – VND 54,000


Noodle Soup with Rare Beef – VND 54,000


Steam Rice with Grilled Pork Chop – VND 54,000


Wet Tissue – VND 2,000

They have a nice ambiance, great food, a good English speaking waiter that attended to our orders and the amount of the dishes is not that expensive. I recommend you try to eat here if you have time.


Ngon Restaurant [Nha Hang Ngon]
160 Pasteur Ben Nghe, Quan 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
(+84) 932.686.885 l

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