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5 vegetarian restaurants named by Michellin in Ho Chi Minh City. HCM

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These are 5 famous vegetarian restaurants ranked in Michelin's Bib Gourmand list (delicious food at affordable prices) in Ho Chi Minh City.

Vegetarian Garden

This vegetarian paradise is located in a quiet alley on Vo Van Tan Street, District 3. The warm and elegant space creates privacy and comfort for customers. Vegetarian Garden boasts a diverse menu, including both traditional and modern vegetarian dishes.

Diners can try taro mushroom salad with passion fruit sauce or five-spice grilled vegetarian skewers, made from vegetables grilled over charcoal and marinated with fragrant spices. If you want to experience traditional food, try the vegetarian hot pot.

With hundreds of vegetarian dishes on the list, Vegetarian Garden is always changing every day to bring a new experience to diners at the buffet. The pure Vietnamese flavor is rich, with a hint of Southern imprint, combined with modern Western-European fusion dishes to form a frugal vegetarian buffet.

Not only rolls, salads, sushi... pre-prepared and decorated, Vegetarian Garden Thao Dien also has a counter directly processing hot pot dishes, pancakes, and vermicelli for diners to enjoy the most "right" food.

Vegetarian Garden Thao Dien

0901 8353 88 | 52 Xuan Thuy, Thao Dien Ward, Thu Duc City, Ho Chi Minh City. HCM

Vegetarian Garden District 3

0901 8650 88 | 52 Vo Van Tan Street, Vo Thi Sau Ward, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City. HCM


Photo: Vegetarian Garden

Brick Department

Cui Brick Quan is a restaurant nestled in an old-style villa in Saigon with familiar warm wooden furniture, rustic decoration with gentle green patches. The restaurant offers an experience of pure and fresh Vietnamese dishes from health supplements, from delicious rice with rice without the use of chemical fertilizers, fresh meat without preservatives and organic clean vegetables.

As a favorite destination for Vietnamese food enthusiasts, Cui Quan on Dang Tat Street, District 1, is famous for its cozy and rustic space. The menu includes family-style meals, offering traditional and nostalgic flavors.

Diners can enjoy vegetarian noodles, pho, and rice, each meticulously crafted to create an elegant and soothing culinary experience. Don't forget to try the deep-fried tofu with chopped lemongrass and leave your stomach for desserts like deep-fried bananas or ginseng jelly with a rich herbal flavor.

Address: 9-10 Dang Tot, Tan Dinh Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Phone: 028 3848 0144


Photo: Brick Department

Hum Garden

The word "Hum" comes from the Sanskrit mantra and has a special meaning. Hum Garden in Thao Dien area, Thu Duc City not only has a lovely yard, but also creates a peaceful connection with nature. The highlight of Hum Garden is the rich and organic vegetarian menu.

If the distinguished guests of Hum Dining listen attentively to their bodies and minds, our chefs also listen to the crops of trees and fruits, the sound of boiling water in the pot, the warm fire on the stove, the rhythm of the smell and taste and the flow of life in each dish prepared for the diners.

The dishes are beautifully presented and full of natural flavors. When you get here, try the vegetarian vermicelli, which is made with tofu, mushrooms and vegetables. Another dish is grilled vegetarian spring rolls, marinated, served with raw vegetable vermicelli and sweet and sour dipping sauce. In addition, don't miss the dessert menu with cool teas.

Hum, Garden & Restaurant: 32 D10 Street, Thao Dien Ward, District 2

Hum, Cafe & Restaurant: 32 Vo Van Tan Street, District 3

Hum, Lounge & Restaurant: 34 Vo Van Tan Street, District 3

Photo: Hum Dining

Vietnam House

Located on Dong Khoi Street, this restaurant is a bustling and elegant destination. The French architectural building here offers a sophisticated Vietnamese culinary experience. Vietnam House's extensive menu includes attractive vegetarian options.

Stepping into Vietnam House, you will immediately feel an elegant and luxurious space. The endless charm of Vietnam House blends with the sophistication of French colonial architecture, creating a stagnant mark of time in the heart of Saigon.

Diners can enjoy deep-fried tofu with tomato sauce, banana salad, mango salad and pink grapefruit. Each offers a fresh combination of fruits and flavors to start a vegetarian meal. For the main course, you should try the delicious traditional vegetarian fried rice or coconut tofu sour soup.

Address: Dong Khoi Street, Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City 700000

Phone: 028 3822 2226


Photo: @vietnamhouserestaurant.

Madame Lam

Boasting a diverse and rich Vietnamese cuisine, this restaurant in Thao Dien, Thu Duc City attracts diners with its creativity and combination of traditional and modern flavors.

With just a tool like a kitchen knife and a creative soul, chefs are not only cooks, but also artists who turn simple ingredients into works of art full of flavor and emotion. They not only create meals but also create unforgettable experiences and memories. The kitchen becomes a stage, each dish is a story, and the chef is the writer of flavor.

The vegetarian menu is varied with more than 10 dishes, including chestnut curry, vegetarian spring rolls filled with sweet potatoes, taro, and green beans. All are made from local ingredients and spices, providing a unique and unforgettable culinary experience for diners.

Address: 10 Tran Ngoc Dien Street, Thao Dien, Thu Duc City, Ho Chi Minh City 700000

Phone: 0703 226 262


Image: Madame Lam.

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