• Tri Thien

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  • White Vegan
Fast food

Tiny and basic street-side eatery with a few seats and ready cooked food. Serves mixed rice (cơm) and a variety of noodle soups (hủ tiếu, bún riêu, bún mọc, bún mắm), coffee and soft drinks. Very little English spoken. Relocated from 64 Nguyen Thuong Hien, Phuong 5, District 3. Open Mon-Fri 7:00am-2:00pm. Closed Sat-Sat but open if these days are 1st, 14th, 15th or 30th of lunar month.

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2 Reviews

First Review by janger


Points +2502

17 Nov 2019

New and clean Com Chay

Standard local com chay restaurant. The shop is newly converted so it’s new and clean, as is the food cart. The food is ready cooked as normal in a com chay. The food is decent and they have breakfast style noodles with small spring rolls in the morning as well as rice. There are some soups that are prepared to order. Take away and limited seating inside and you can park motorbike at the front.

The owner speaks enough English to answer questions. 20k vnd for breakfast noodles or com chay so the usual price for this kind of place.

Updated from previous review on 2019-11-17



Points +213

Mostly Veg
20 Feb 2019

Cheap and basic

I'm fairly sure that this is the cheapest vegetarian place in the area even if it's not the best. So far I've only tried the cơm (rice), not any of the noodle soups. The serving size isn't that big and the quality is unexceptional, but the price is very reasonable, particularly considering that it's close to District 1 and the War Remnants Museum.

Things to note: there is no parking, only about 5 seats, the staff don't speak much English, and they seemed a little grumpy to have us there. This is not a westernised or fancified restaurant, it's the authentic local experience!

Pros: Cheap, Central location, Cheap!

Cons: Very basic menu, Very small, Seating right next to the street

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