Vietnamese Restaurants in Hong Kong
Traditional Vietnamese food is a budding cuisine in Hong Kong. Sometimes confused with Thai, Vietnamese cuisine is distinguishable by its sour and spicy food. Meals are made even more delicious when accompanied by fish sauce or hoisin sauce.
Pho (Vietnamese noodle soup), Casserole dishes, and deep-fried crab-rice and egg paper rolls are just a few of their best-sellers. All Vietnamese restaurants offer lots of fresh vegetables and herbs as side dishes. Usually, Vietnamese restaurants charge quite reasonable prices and are very popular among the youngsters, office workers, and vegetarians. More Vietnamese restaurants can be found in Kowloon than in Hong Kong Island.