David Pizzeria

Restaurant Nhà Hàng David 92, Đường Hạ Long, Phường 2 tp. Vũng Tàu Bà Rịa - Vũng Tàu Vietnam Published on: 27-07-2016

09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
11.00 - 50.00 USD

David Pizzeria is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
David’s is a very popular restaurant, especially for expats. Beginning of December 2011, they moved from the place across the ferry station to a slightly bigger place

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Why David Pizzeria is special ?

David’s is a very popular restaurant, especially for expats. Beginning of December 2011, they moved from the place across the ferry station to a slightly bigger place 300 meters up the road, next to Belly’s and Tommy’s. If you come from the ferry station, take a right in the direction of the Jesus statue.

In the new place David’s still has the success formula with the up stairs seating from where you can overlook the ocean and catch the breeze

The place is run by Micheal, the Italian chef, his lovely Vietnamese wife Loan and their Vietnamese staff. On some nights it can get pretty busy and I can feel the Italian hectic atmosphere. On the menu you will find home made fresh pasta, pizza’s, steaks, caprese salad with on sight grown fresh Italian basil and great desserts like tiramisu. I really like the pizza’s here, the ‘David’ with spicy sausage and cheese and ‘parma’ are my favorites. The wine selection is pretty good too.

They serve both local and Italian dishes: pizza, pasta, antipasti, Mediterranean salads, home bread, deserts, as well as a nice wine selection, out of which il vino de la casa (red, brought from Sicily) is amazing (210,000 VND / 0.5 l)

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Selling points

  • Great atmosphere and good food and friendly staff:)
  • Genuinely great Pizza, friendly, relaxed good place to chill
  • Best Pizza - ingredients are fresh and delicious
  • Still a Great Value Restaurant
  • Great food with view of the water


  • Noise level Loud
  • Budget High-end
  • Alcohol YES
  • Air condition NO
  • Had kid menu NO
  • Accept credit card YES
  • Serve breakfast YES
  • Serve halal NO
  • Serve vegeterian NO
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Nhà Hàng David 92, Đường Hạ Long, Phường 2 tp. Vũng Tàu Bà Rịa - Vũng Tàu Vietnam

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Tips for you

  • It's very noisy during weekend so make your time 1 or 2 hours earlier or later of the peak and you will ẹnjoy it.
  • The restaurant boasts authentic favourites such as home-made pastas, wood fired pizzas along with steaks and fresh seafood made from the freshest ingredients-including produce from the Italian-born chef’s own garden.
  • The kids can enjoy the play area, but you should take care of them because there are so many people crowded here
    What to know
  • Patio seating is very popular so booking ahead is recommended. If not available, head upstairs for the breeze. Popular with locals and visitors alike, Pizzeria David is the place in Vung Tau for a slice of Italian.


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It's an amazing menu and very authentic with an open and clean kitchen. It's probably the most famous restaurant in vungtau.

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“genuinely great Pizza, friendly, relaxed good place to chill” I was working in Vung Tau for a while, I did try to eat locally on the whole, but ocassionally I'd crave some familiar western-style venue and I'd cave in and go somewhere I could understand the menu - as a vegetarian I wasnt too adventurous. So it was I went to David’s Pizzeria in Vung Tau. It is expensive, but genuinely very good, and refreshingly, not populated by scantily clad 'girls' that are ubiquitous along some of other beach front establishments which cater for a different clientele. The staff here wear jeans and T-shirts rather than tight taut little mini skirts that leave nothing to the imagination. You can order a proper pizza if you wish, I have before and they were great, not just great 'considering it's Vietnam' but great compared with pizzas I've had in the UK. However, what I was craving on this particular visit was vegetables, so I ordered morning glory in garlic. . The things that look like sliced mushrooms, are actually slices of garlic, and it comes lightly sauteed in some sort of oil which I don’t quite recognise. Very nice indeed though. Ruinously expensive (85,000 VD – which I know is ridiculous,) but I am paying the penalty for not being able to speak Vietnamese. Worth it for me though, vegetable fix at last! This is also a place with friendly staff, English language menu, sea views, good to just sit and watch the world go by.

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