• Tri Duc

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  • White Vegetarian
Fast food

Com Chay Tri Duc is a typical and basic veggie eatery. Serves primarily the traditional buffet consisting of rice, vegetables, and mock meats. Take a metal tray plate and help yourself to what you'd like. A few daily specials are listed the wall. No menu and no English. Open Mon-Sun 7:00am-9:00pm.

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7 Reviews

First Review by softsoftstatic


Points +167

24 Apr 2023

Simple, cheap and authentic local food

40000 Dong/ 2 USD for a tasty meal/plate buffet including seaweed soup.

Updated from previous review on 2023-04-16



Points +21

28 Dec 2021

Best quality com chay in the city

For me this is the best cheap veggie place in Saigon, and trust me I've been to a lot of them. Food is fresh and very high quality.

The downside is that the staff are extremely unfriendly. It's important to note that this isn't due to any kind of discrimination against foreigners - they are equally unfriendly with locals. Anyone who has encountered saigonese women of a certain age will understand what I mean.

Excellent food though.

Pros: Great food, Cheap

Cons: Very unfriendly staff


Points +88

13 Jan 2019

Delicious local food

Although it was a little hard to tell what was offered on the small buffet we had a delicious lunch. The staff was willing to help with explanation in broken English. Other guests were all locals. Pretty cheap as well.


Points +38

27 Mar 2017

Cheap and delicious

Very tasty food. You can have rice or noodle and the rest you will choose by yourself - all you can eat for a single price. They also have amazing pho soup with soy meat, tofu and vegetables.

Pros: very tasty food, cheap


Points +116

04 Feb 2017


Came late in the evening. Not much of anything left. No English spoken so got a bit of what was left over. Only ate here as was passing. Probably better when there is more choice earlier in the day.

Pros: cheap


Points +1141

01 Jan 2017

Special Price for Whiteys

The food here is quite good, but we were charged 3000 VND for a plain bread roll, and an additional 1000 VND for mugs of tea. As we were literally straight off the boat, we didn't realise that herbal tea is complimentary with every meal. We were wondering why the owner literally burst out laughing when we returned for a second meal. Not a bad place, if you don't mind being jeered by a bunch of allegedly staunch practising Buddhists.

Updated from previous review on 2016-12-17

Pros: good food

Cons: strange interpretation of Buddhist values, MSG


Points +28

04 Aug 2016

Cheap and cheerful

Fairly popular and tasty local fare. Only 32k for rice, 5 buffet selections and ice tea.. Friendly staff, but not much English spoken

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