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In a city whose culinary landscape seems to change with every new moon, Com Chay Nang Tam has been a bastion of consistency for over two decades. With a 100% vegetarian menu, Nang Tam owes its success to producing food so good, even omnivores can’t stay away.
Now the secret is well and truly out, our mystery diner goes to check out one of Saigon’s best loved restaurants. Photos by Mike Palumbo
Renowned for its Thanh Oai smoked pork ribs, this smokehouse is said to be a meat lovers’ dream. Our Mystery Diner investigates. Photos by Sasha Arefieva
The contemporary Thai food chain is expanding. So our mystery diner headed down to their latest outlet on Nguyen Hue. Photos by Mike Palumbo
Burger lovers, this one’s for you. Recently opened SunKat’s has all the potential to be Hanoi’s most popular go-to for beef ‘n’ buns.
Located on the sixth floor of the Lotte Center, the recently opened Little Vietnam is an all you can eat hotpot and buffet restaurant.
Britain’s prime contribution to world cuisine, deep-fried fish in batter (usually haddock or cod) accompanied by chunky fried potato chips has had a home in Ho Chi Minh City since in the form of JJ’s Fish and Chips since 2013. Starting out as a street stall in Bui Vien, JJ’s now has its first “chippie” restaurant in the city.
Recently opened, the swank, sophistication and cuisine of Twenty21One has gained itself some positive feedback. So what does our mystery diner think? Photos by Bao Zoan
First came the Pho Burger. Now Relish & Sons have upped the ante with the all new Com Tam Burger.