• Happy Platters

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  • White Veg-options
Fast food

Serves meat, vegan options available. Offers some Vietnamese vegan/vegetarian dishes as well as western-style vegetarian dishes. The illustrated English-language menu caters to a western crowd. Reported at least one employee speaks English and can act as host/server. This restaurant should be seen as a Vietnamese equivalent of a fast food restaurant - convenient for anyone taking the train. Open Mon-Sun 7:00am-8:30pm.

Venue map for Happy Platters
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2 Reviews

First Review by SamBausBout


Points +441

08 Feb 2019

If you’re a little desperate.

Visited here as we waiting for transport to leave. They understood my request about no egg/fish/meat etc quite well I feel. However I’m pretty sure the spring rolls had egg in them and the rest of the food was quite average. Definitely don’t get the spring rolls as they are quite foul. The tofu, rice and noodles were adequate. Just never as fun eating in a meat restaurant as you can never be totally safe. Sadly there are few options in the town.

Cons: Don’t get the spring rolls. They are gross.



Points +241

20 Jan 2019

Accessible Vegan-Friendly Fast Food

A great choice for fast, convenient food that can serve Vietnamese, western, vegetarian, and vegan meals. The restaurant is well run and actively marketed. If you’re stepping off the train, you may well be approached by an enterprising representative. We enjoyed the vegan spring rolls, tofu with tomatoes, and vegetables with fried noodles. The food is priced to reflect the English-language menu and the tourist crowd. It’s generally tasty and filling, though portions are not huge and nothing really stood out from other cheap eats joints in Vietnam.

The discerning patron will notice that the restaurant doesn’t have much kitchen space and may enjoy seeing elements of their meal arrive in the hands of the staff from nearby storage and prep facilities (probably neighboring homes). As a vegan, I’d say this is a solid choice for convenient and acceptable food. The other closest restaurant that’s listed in HappyCow was a relatively far walk out of the way and didn’t appeal to or have easily translated options for the traveling vegetarian.

Pros: Accessible English Menu, Friendly Staff, Convenient Location

Cons: Lacks Full-Scale Kitchen, Slight Premium Price for English Langauge

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