Lo Chiu Vietnamese Restaurant
It’s the perfect place for a traditional Vietnamese lunch after a visit to the Jade Market , just walk to Ferry Street and then look for the crossroad Man Yuen Street, which only takes 10-15 minutes. Very local in ambience, there is little to no decoration, and they do not accept reservations. Instead, the focus is, as it should be, on the food; they have both English and Chinese menus (but only Chinese for the lunch sets).
Specialties include their Raw Beef Pho, Vietnamese spring rolls, and Fried soft-shell Crabs. Their food tends to be on the oily side, but delicious.
The service is fast and friendly, making it an ideal spot for a quick lunch on the go.Cash only. Expect to pay HKD 50 – 100.