Top 5 seafood restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City

1. Rivia Seafood Dining

The plus of this seafood restaurant includes good location, warm atmosphere, impressive design, spacious place, beautifully decorated and tasty foods, and great services. The only minus of this eater is the high cost. Rivia Seafood Dining never stops innovating new dishes based on the subtle harmony of East-West dining cultures. They want to bring customers unique creations which only are available at Rivia.

There are more than 70 dishes on the menu, the best of them are Crispy fried seafood roll (49,000 VND/roll), White sardine salad (185,000 VND/plate), Baked oyster with champagne (48,000 VND/roll), Stir-fried cellophane noodles and crab (185,000 VND/roll). To learn more about the dishes on the menu, visit their website.

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Top 5 seafood restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City
Top 5 seafood restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City

Top 5 seafood restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City

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2. Ngoc Suong Seafood Restaurant

Since 1955, the name Ngoc Suong was born and then became famous with its renewed unique seafood dishes in the coastal Cam Ranh City, Khanh Hoa Province. In 1990, the first Ngoc Suong restaurant was established in Ho Chi Minh City. Through four generations of innovations, the food story of Ngoc Suong restaurant has always been founded on the principles of river – mountain – sky – and the Vietnamese people.

What is better than enjoying delicious seafood dishes, sipping some beverage, enjoying the lovely and splendid atmosphere at Ngoc Suong Restaurant? The impressive design makes you feel like being on an old wooden boat when you are inside the restaurant which was built from imported materials by famous artists. You can find unique dishes at this seafood restaurant, the must-eat dishes include the Ngoc Suong fish salad since 1955 (190,000 VND), Baked Hokkaido scallop with cheese (55,000 VND/scallop), Fried seafood roll (49,000 VND/roll), Baked French oyster with cheese (48,000 VND/oyster). Foie gras floss candy (245,000 VND) is the unique recipe from Foie gras in the world.

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Top 5 seafood restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City
Top 5 seafood restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City
Top 5 seafood restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City

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3. Yo’s Restaurant

Coming to Yo’s Restaurant, you can escape from the bustle and hustle Saigon, immerse yourself in the peaceful but splendid world. One of the highlights of this seafood restaurant is the perfect mix of green space and the unique modern design. Yo’s specializes in Asian cuisine, each dish is an artwork which can awake your taste buds. Some great foods include Spicy grilled steamed Canadian lobster (720,000 VND), Steamed sweet snail (480,000 VND), Crispy shrimp salad (180,000 VND), Fried shrimp rice with XO wine (190,000 VND), Lobster and sautee hot pot (490,000 VND).

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Top 5 seafood restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City

Top 5 seafood restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City

Top 5 seafood restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City

Top 5 seafood restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City

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4. Ut Ca Mau

Ut Ca Mau is one of the most famous seafood restaurant chains in Saigon. Ut Ca Mau has 2 restaurants, one is located in Dien Bien Phu Street, the other is located on Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street. The owner of this chain was born in Ca Mau Province which is the southernmost point in Vietnam. Crab farming has been growing in this province for over two decades. The owner would like to bring big and tasty crabs from his hometown to Ho Chi Minh City and serve Saigon people the greatest dishes from these crabs.

The restaurants specialize in dishes from crabs which are farmed in Ca Mau Province. The cooks at these restaurants have created lots of amazing recipes and you should not miss them. A fresh medium-sized crab costs about 90,000 VND, extra fees for cooking are from 30,000 to 50,000 VND/kg. For example, the extra fee for steaming crabs is 30,000 VND/kg, the extra fee for roasting crabs with black pepper, tamarind sauce/salted egg, salt or Bagua crab is 50,000 VND/kg. The signature of Ut Ca Mau is Bagua crab. To cook this food, they put crabs on a layer of unrefined salt in a clay pot, then cook until well-done. Other great foods include Crab soup which costs 28,000 VND, Crab cellophane noodles which costs 108,000 VND. You also should not miss Crab hot pot with fresh vegetables, the flavorful broth cooked from crab and coconut water. A hot pot costs only 68,000 VND, the price is not very high.

Besides crab dishes, Ut Ca Mau also serve hundreds of dishes from seafood, fish, chicken, beef, pork, snail, vegetables, fried rice, noodle soups, hot pot, canned and bottled beer, craft beer.

Other highlights of Ut Ca Mau include spacious place, nicely decorated walls, and great services.

More information:

  • Ut Ca Mau 1
    • Address: 215 Dien Bien Phu Street, Ward 15, Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City
    • Opening hours: 10:00 – 23:00
  • Ut Ca Mau 2
    • Address: 512 – 514 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street, Ward 2, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City
    • Opening hours: 10:00 – 23:00
  • Prices: 90,000 – 200,000 VND
  • Website: http://utcamau.com/gioi-thieu.html
  • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/utcamauvn/
  • TripAdvisor: Ut Ca Mau

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5. Ran Bien

More information:

  • Ran Bien 1
    • Address: 20 Phan Thuc Duyen Street, Ward 4, Tan Binh District, Ho Chi Minh City
    • Hotline: 028.6296.1950
  • Ran Bien 2
    • Address: 25 Ky Dong Street, Ward 9, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City
    • TripAdvisor: Ran Bien 2
    • Hotline: 028.6296.1950
  • Ran Bien 3
    • Address: 12 Nguyen Huu Canh Street, Ward 19, Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City
    • TripAdvisor: Ran Bien 3
  • Ran Bien 5
    • Address: 193 –  195 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia Street, Ward 7, Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City
    • TripAdvisor: Ran Bien 5
  • Ran Bien 6
    • Address: 220 Pasteur Street, Ward 6, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City
    • TripAdvisor: Ran Bien 6
  • Ran Bien 7
    • Address: 22 Vo Van Tan Street, Ward 6, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City
    • TripAdvisor: Ran Bien 7
  • Ran Bien 8
    • Address: 163 – 165 Tran Nao Street, Binh An Ward, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City

Ran Bien is the paradise of more than 50 rare specialty seafood cooked by talented chefs. The fresh seafood is caught in the area of Truong Sa archipelago and imported from Alaska, Canada, etc. Coming to Ran Bien, you can see live fishes and seafood in glass aquariums. You can choose any from them and ask to cook in any method at your wish. I would like to recommend you not to miss dishes from groper (638,000 VND/kg), sturgeon (459,000 VND/kg), hot pot of cobia (347,000 VND), stonefish (1,097,000 VND/kg).

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