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Why Nathalie's Thai Restaurant is special ?
Nathalie's is first Thai Restaurant in Vung Tau with 100% authentic dishes. Thai Food is known as one of the tastiest food in the world. It has a variety of flavors and tastes. The subtle mixing of herbs, spices, and market-fresh ingredients turn dining into special culinary experience. And Nathalie’s is the right place for you and your family to try out. Restaurant together with cafe located quite far from the center on the Mulberry Beach. This big restaurant with several levels faced to the sea and Mekong delta is ideal place for big parties or just for romantic dinner. Try “Tom Yam Kung” soup, its greatly tasty.
How to get to Nathalie's Thai Restaurant?
Nathalie's Thai Restaurant is located on Tran Phu Street, quite far from the center of Vung Tau City. The best way to reach this restaurant is taxi.
- Excellent range of delicious Thai food
- Beautiful setting. Really nice food
- Great Thai Food and Ambiance
- Food and drinks at a good price
- Great view and atmosphere
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian YES
220 Tran Phu, Vung Tau, Vietnam
My family and I usually go to this restaurant on special occasions - birthdays, etc. It is a little out of the way, but that should not be held against it. I enjoy Thai food so I really enjoy eating here. There seems to be a complete lack of customers most visits, but we make the most of it by getting our tables set up outside on the balconies. As you look out to sea you are actually looking at the mouth of the Saigon River. The service is typical of Vietnam, but the food is great! It is nice to eat Thai with proper cutlery and decent plates, and not plastic stuff.
The food is wonderful, the service is excellent and you have a wonderful ocean view We started off with the Tom Ka Gai (Coconut soup) which was hot flavorful and beautifully served in a fresh coconut. Next courses a fried sea bass with mango salad- fresh tasting and perfectly cooked. The Pad Thai was served covered in a thin omelet which surprised us but made a beautiful presentation and tasted wonderfully. The mojito was served rum strong and mint intense with a side of 7-Up, I never had it served this way but it worked. The Singapore sling was fun- a little too sweet but with the spicy food worked well. The house cat weaved between our legs as we fed it scraps of fish- she was shooed away by the staff but she didn't bother us. The restaurant is out of the way but for a $5 taxi ride listening to the surf and eating great food it's worth it. We found this restaurant on the last few days of our month long stay - we wish we had found it in the beginning as we would have returned over and over again. Take a chance and check it out!