Restaurant 246/2B Nguyen Dinh Chieu. Mui Ne, Ham Tien, Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan Province Vietnam. Published on: 06-10-2016
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Why Dong Vui Food Court is special ?
Each vendor has a small kitchen and will serve you at your table. You can get Punjabi curries, Portuguese Piri Piri, vegan and vegetarian food, delicious Russian smoked meat and fish, paella, Thai hot-pots, Vietnamese seafood, Japanese styled noodles, BBQ'd duck, chicken, ostrich and kangaroo, or just even simple good old fashioned western foods like spaghetti or chicken burger and fries. The vendors use bottled water for cooking.
We also have a great selection of low priced drinks, including draught beer, Soju (Korean vodka), and imported wines.
How to get to Dong Vui Food Court?
Motorbike, bike, and car;- Find the market in central Ham Tien village. The Food Court is 200m east of the market (Cho') and in the same area as the goat BBQs. By moto-taxi (Xe Ong) and taxi; just ask for Dong Vui, or to avoid confusion, you can ask for "La Marina Hotel". We are 50m before the hotel. The small local buses all drive past Dong Vui.
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast YES
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian YES
246/2B Nguyen Dinh Chieu. Mui Ne, Ham Tien, Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan Province Vietnam.
Tips for you
We stayed in mui ne for 7 nights and ate here 5 nights! The selection is great - after 2 weeks eating Vietnamese food we were really craving some western food which they actually made very well! The carbonara especially was very good. All the food is relatively cheap and service is generally good. JJ's cocktail bar is also very good and reasonably priced (each cocktail ranges from about 50-80k VND) can recommend the mai tai and the splice!!! The only negatives are the vast number or closed restaurants.. we really would have loved to try from a few of the others which were closed. The food always took a long time to come out as well! But generally very good and you'll always find something that caters for everybody.
We ate here a couple of times during our stay on the coast. The selection is great and what a good idea! The seafood dumplings were the best I've ever eaten and I've eaten my share of dumplings around the traps. Brought some perfect blue cheese from one vendor. Beautiful. My husband had a chicken vindaloo and declared it superb also. Highly recommended
Food court with many vendors selling local food and drinks. Try dark beer, BBQs and cheese garlic naan from Indian guy.