Pi Vegetarian Bistro

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 9 reviews )
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19 Vo Van Tan Street, Phuong 6, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Located in the heart of Saigon, right across the street from War Remnants Museum, Pi offers a wide range of Asian vegetarian food such as fresh/ fried spring rolls, tempeh & green mango salad and many more; some of which is vegan. Healthy drinks, including cold-pressed juices, fresh fruit smoothies, fruit & veggies blend, tea & coffee are also offered. If you walk on the street and look up, you will see the lights and lots of colorful hanging lanterns. Open Mon-Sun 9:00am-10:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Thai, Juice bar, Delivery, Asian, Fusion, Vietnamese

9 Reviews

First Review by Refinnej

nice cute place - Edit

a cute tucked away place. everything is good.
i think its pretty good for new vegans. i usually bring my non vegan friends to pi or prem

Pros: wide selection, good for tourists

Cons: portion can be small

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Pricey for Vietnam but.... - Edit

Worth every dong. Arrived ten minutes before closing, they had our order fresh on the table in 5 min flat. Everything we had was delicious.

Pros: Great fresh tasty

Cons: Pricier than most. But whatever its awesome food.

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Exciting food in a spacious, peaceful setting. - Edit

-Comprehensive menu with clear detail regarding chilli content & vegan choices.
-Brown rice balls, eggplant salad, mango salad and sticky purple rice dessert were ALL delicious.
-$$prices reflect the organic & GM free ingredients.
Total bill of 450.000VND included local brewed beer.
-extra lime was all I needed to cut some of the sweetness of the dressings.
- I look forward to a return visit to try other dishes.

Pros: Fresh delicious food., Extensive menu, Spacious calm setting

Cons: Sweetness of some dressings/sauces, Prices maybe limiting, Napkin charges

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Fantastic veg restaurant - Edit

Great looking venue with tons of seating. Menu was interesting with lots of different dishes to choose from. Smoothies and beer also sold. Vegan dishes were marked on menu. Tried the lemongrass chili leaf wraps, pumpkin curry and seaweed tofu rolls in curry sauce, all of which were beautiful. Prices little more expensive than other veg places in the city but well worth it. Can't wait to go back to try more food.

Pros: Different foods from regular Vietnamese food, Great taste, Lovely decor

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tasty - Edit

Delicious food and cozy restaurant. The prices were a bit high and the service wasn't good. We even got charged for napkins and chopsticks.

Pros: lots of vegan food marked with a v big menu card

Cons: bad service

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Awesome! - Edit

The Day before I went to the Prem Bistro and Café and saw the same waitress again so I asked her if they are connected and they are from the same owner. But they got different menus. Everything I had was delicious and fresh. Again good spot for quality raw food.

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healthy little place - Edit

prices are higher than local cuisine but food quality and taste are worth it.

Pros: good quality produce

Cons: pricey

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New experience for vegan - Edit

Some dishes are very strange. But it's a good strange. It comes in different display than my imagination. The only minus is their echo-proof system which I wish the architect should have put more thought in. The rest satisfied me :)

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Wow! - Edit

I think of Pi as a love child of Prem Bistro and Hum. The dishes are very experimental, and the prices, although not local-cheap, are reasonable for a delicious meal. Dishes can be anywhere between 65k-150k.I go as a solo diner, but think this place is perfect for sharing a number of items with a group. Everything can be ordered for one, but there are so many choices that I always wish I can try five dishes at once. Which I do, and take leftovers home.The atmosphere is insanely comfortable and unique , and the staff is wonderful.If you live here locally, impress your co-workers, your lover or friends with this place.If you're travelling, don't miss out on this revolutionary vegetarian experience happening in Saigon. It's almost directly across from the War Museum, and you have to walk into a parking garage alley to find the entrance on the left.Must try: Coconut curry with white brown rice.Fried seaweed rolls w/scramble tofu in red curry sauce.Steamed rice paper with mushroom stuffing.Fried tempeh with green pepper sauce.Holy basil fried rice.Everything else I haven't tried.

Pros: everything, home-made tempeh

Cons: it's hard to choose just one dish

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