• CLOSED: Nha Hang Chay Hieu & Thuong

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  • White Vegan

Spacious vegan restaurant with plenty of choices. Reported closed December 2022.

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6 Reviews

First Review by mrsusu


Points +19

Mostly Veg
17 Apr 2021

Food is okay

Place is spacious and clean. However food tasted okay, it did not taste fresh . Language is a problem since they don't understand however they have done some google translation for few dish names ..



Points +2655

18 Nov 2019

Nice restaurant but inconsistent food

Went here three times during our stay in Quy Nhon. On each visit we were the only customers in the restaurant, and half the things we wanted to order weren’t available - maybe because it’s low season? There’s a hand-written banner out the front with some different dishes on it that aren’t on the main menu they give you inside. They serve complimentary tea, didn’t see any other drinks on the menu.
The waitress was really sweet and initially seemed quite concerned that we might not like the food, as if it might not suit our Western tastes. The fried breaded tofu was delicious and the “chicken” and rice was really good (and a huge portion). The waitress brought out a small bowl of the “chicken” first to see if I liked it. It was absolutely nothing like chicken (not that I mind), it was some sort of marinated ginger-y vegetable and pretty tasty.
On our second visit I ordered “fish” fried rice and somehow ended up with the exact same chicken and rice dish haha. Com dia (mixed plate) was pretty good too, but my boyfriend didn’t like the mixed noodles or fried rice that he had. He said the noodle dish used spaghetti so it was a bit weird, and the fried rice tasted stale.

Pros: clean & spacious interior, friendly waitress, big portions (but mostly rice)

Cons: communication problems, many dishes not available


Points +24

27 Oct 2019

Fantastic little vegan restaurant

To be honest, I wasn’t looking forward to yet bother meal of stir fried tofu and noodles when we got to Te Cong late one evening (we had been in Vietnam for several weeks eating at vegan restaurants around the country). But, my husband and I were both very surprised at the quality and flavour of our meal here.

Everything was freshly prepared, piping hot, and from really fresh flavourful ingredients. Oh, and there is a menu in English plus the staff speak English. Will omits surely eat here again while in Qui Nhon.

Prices were low — dinner for two with four dishes and rice cost 165,000 VND.


Points +244

27 Oct 2019

Great food & staff

We loved it here. The food was so fresh and delicious. We had green beans with mushrooms - cooked to perfection - delicious soft tofu with mushrooms and a delicious sauce, amazing fried spring rolls, and fried veggies (lots of cabbage but it was really great tasting cabbage). Definitely go here if you’re in town and looking for veggie or vegan food. The meal for two of us came to 165k VND ($4 each!). Oh and the two staff members we interacted with spoke more English that we speak Vietnamese and since we are in Vietnam we don’t expect English menus (but they had these) or English to be spoken (which they did).

Pros: All vegan, Fresh food, Hot pot!


Points +41

Mostly Veg
06 Jun 2019

Lots of potential, but not there yet

From the outside it looks pretty prommissing and the interior is nice and clean but unfortunately it was a bit of a dissapointing experience for us. We had to communicate via google translate, which was kinda fun. But because this is a restaurant I think I expected at least some basics. The staff told us there is going to be an English menu soon. The food had a good taste but was reheated (we saw the pots and pans in the kitchen). The staff were friendly but it all felt a bit unorganized.

Pros: Lots veggie options


Points +136

07 May 2019

The best I found in town

Friendly staff, big menu with 100 foods, the price is reasonable, great for vegan.

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