Red Chilli

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12 Chu van an (at near Le Loi), Hue, Vietnam

Serves meat, vegan options available. Modern restaurant in a busy traveler area offering Hue street food, has vegetarian and vegan food. The back of the menu has 3 pages of local and Asian dishes including mock meats. This location used to be Tinh Tam veg restaurant.

Categories: Chinese, Beer/Wine, Take-out, Vietnamese, Non-veg

14 Reviews

First Review by SebFSA

mock meat - Edit

We had a nice lunch. The menu is full of mock meat dishes, not much vegetable based ones though. The prices were 70000 for most of the veg dishes, which is a bit higher than in other places. The dishes we had were rich in taste, both spicy.

Pros: central position, mock meat

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50/50 - Edit

We had a dinner in this cafe. Really friendly staff and nice atmosphere.
However, food was nothing special, it was really spicy for us. Vegan/vegetarian dishes are way overpriced and portions are small according to price.

Pros: Good atmosphere, Friendly staff

Cons: Expensive, Tasteless, nothing special, Too spicy

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Tasty vegan options - Edit

Modern bar in a great location, now part of the nightly ‘walking street’ area- good spot to people watch. They have a vegetarian menu section which includes lots of fake meat such as lemongrass stir fried beef which we enjoyed and also some great spring rolls.

Pros: - good location- can people watch, - cheap beer (don’t know if vegan), - Great tasty vegan options- vegetarian menu secti

Cons: -Slightly more pricey than your average meal

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Average - Edit

OK but nothing special. The Smoothies are great but you pay more than in other restaurants. For me there are better and cheaper options in Hué.

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verry tasty food!!!! - Edit

many vegan options on the menu. I had the vegetable soup and vegetable curry, very tasty. I'm definitely going back again !!

Pros: not expensive, great vegan food

Cons: none

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Amazing food and service! - Edit

Although not fully vegetarian the menu here has extensive vegetarian and vegan options. Staff speak excellent English and are very friendly! We had the mushroom hotpot stew, the lemongrass & chilli chicken and some fried vegetable spring rolls with 4 local beers all for only 215,000 VND!

Pros: Extensive vegan menu, Cheap beer (10,000 VND for 450ml bottle)

Cons: none

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Nice food - Edit

The owners are really nice and the food was really good.
They have fake meat and vegan dishes. The mum is vegan since 20years !!!

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Good option - Edit

Ended up going here because all vegetarian restaurants in town were closed.Our dishes were tasty, prices were ok. Owner speaks English.

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Best vegetarian food in Hue - Edit

We came here after all the veggie places in Hue were just not very nice. Wish we had came here first to try more of the dishes! The owner said his parents and grandparents were veggie so I guess influenced the menu a lot. The sweet and sour soy chicken was amazing. Melted in your mouth :) we also ordered takeaway for the bus to hanoi. Would give 5* if I could.

Pros: Moderate price , Amazing food , Friendly staff

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Best place we went to in Vietnam - Edit

Went there three times because the food was great and other places nearby were either closed or too busy. There's a wide selection of mock meats including fish, and also non meaty veggie dishes. I had a claypot fish stew one time, then vegetables with banana flower, then fried eggplant in tamarind sauce. The banana flower dish is a bit unusual but the other two were delicious. My friend had a sweet and sour veggie chicken which tasted like flame grilled chicken crisps but in real food form! Really nice!

The owner and his family are really nice too and he speaks good English.

Would give five stars if I could :)

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Huge menu - Edit

The restaurant is located in a tourist area with several restaurants close by posting "vegetarian" on their signs. I had the soy chicken with chilli and lemongrass (not spicy) and the fried noodles with soy beef (60,000 each). The first one came with rice, and both portions were small. But especially the "chicken" was tasty. There were lots to chose from, mock meats as well as other kinds of vegetarian food. Menu in English, staff speaking English.

Pros: Mock meat, (Cheap) Alcohol, Friendly staff

Cons: Small portions, One of the beers wasn't cold, Not spicy

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delicious food, friendly service at family-run restaurant! - Edit

This small, family-run place is wonderful, with indoor and outdoor seating, great atmosphere, and the nicest service! The owner is so friendly (and speaks wonderful English)!


There is a separate vegetarian menu with all the mock meat dishes labeled, so if that's not your thing, you can avoid.

The owner told us that his mom and grandmother have been vegetarian for 25 years, so that's how he learned how to cook vegetarian food.

The food is inexpensive and delicious. We ordered the vegetarian clay pot dish to share and it was piping hot and fantastic! Cheap local beer, too!

Highly recommend!

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good with caveats - Edit

A nice option. Plenty of veg options with English menu. One was a little greasy, one a little salty, one just right but all tasty. Food came a little slow after ordering.

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Absolutely delicious. - Edit

Would give 5 stars if I could. Best food we've had in Vietnam so far! I had the carrot, tofu potato and mushroom hotpot. Really really wonderful. The meat eater travelling with us was ecstatic too. Costs 60000-80000 vnd a plate. Also serves some terrible but very cheap wine. Easy to find and est at with a stick out sign and English menu.

Pros: Yum

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