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Best Central Vietnamese Food Restaurants in Quy Nhon – Places that Live up to the Reputation of Vietnamese Cuisine

The reputation of Vietnamese cuisine is such that it has reached every far corner of the world; Vietnamese restaurants stake high among other aspects of the country's vociferous tourist scene.


Banh Beo Kim Dinh Seafood Restaurant

With a rich heritage that goes back to 1977, Banh Beo Kim Dinh seafood restaurant is now owned by the son of the previous owner. If you walk into this restaurant in the hopes of trying something different, you'll be thoroughly satisfied – the specialities the place is famous for are shrimp dumpling and steamed rice cake, after tasting these you are at the risk of finding other food to be bland. There are other restaurants that serve shrimp dumplings and steamed rice cake, but the Banh Beo Kim Dinh versions stand out with its distinct quality in taste. The restaurant is located just across the street from Quy Nhon beach with seating on the promenade as the focal point.


Gia Vy Quy Nhon Restaurant

One of the main Quy Nhon restaurants to be an integral part of the Vietnamese food milieu is Gia Vy Quy Nhon restaurant. It's the employment of traditional Vietnamese cooking methods as the main feature; the restaurant thrives in the limelight with 450 Google reviews testifying to their quality. The main highlight here is the Banh Xeo Tom Nhay – a savoury pancake; the pancake is the infusion of spring onion, bean sprouts, rice flour, turmeric powder and prawns. A delightful variation to your everyday meal plan, these pancakes will keep getting doled up on your plate in considerable portions once you've had a taste of it.


Sea Fire Salt

To dine in splendour with the view of the ocean, make your reservations at Sea Fire Salt – or if you are lodged at Anantara Quy Nhon Villas, you can definitely savour the delights of the restaurant. With Vietnamese favourites ruling the breakfast, lunch and dinner menus, visitors can cater to their food cravings while being washed by the pleasantly cool sea breeze.


Bong Benh Restaurant Quy Nhon

The restaurant couldn't be found in a more charming backdrop. Located in a small fishing village south of Quy Nhon is the floating restaurant which has gained popularity for their creative cooking methods. One of the two owners of the restaurant – Mrs Sen – got a notion of a restaurant after winning runner-up in a cooking competition. After her idea became materialised, several other floating restaurants have taken root on the estuary – to not walk into the wrong restaurant, look for the one over the edge of the bridge flanked by two other restaurants. Once you walk into the place, you'll see a display of freshly caught fish, prawns, lobsters and crab; you can choose the seafood of your preference and choose the manner in which you'd like it to be cooked. You'll be seated on a mat at a low table which will – if this is your first time – be a novel experience.


NgoVanSo Street

A fan of street food? Your food tour in Vietnam shouldn't just be restricted to fine dining at restaurants for your tour will definitely lack some details if it was the case. Paces away from the beach is the Ngo Van So street brimming with eateries offering a multitude of Vietnamese street food dishes. Among the types of street food you'll be savouring are fermented pork roll, grilled pork roll and fried rice noodle roll.