Restaurant NINE Cafe Restaurant Bakery, Trương Vĩnh Ký, 1, tp. Vũng Tàu, Ba Ria - Vung Tau, Vietnam Published on: 27-07-2016
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Why Restaurant Nine is special ?
Four years running, this cozy restaurant serves some of the tastiest and freshest food in the city. Along with the baking their own bread daily, the restaurant also makes their own chocolate and ham. Gastronomes are spoilt for choice when pairing a wine with their meal as Nine arguably has the largest wine selection in Vung Tau.
The restaurant opens all day long from 6 am for continental breakfast , coffee , lunch and diner . You can have there a simple expresso while seating outdoor , get some food, enjoy the happy hours or buy some fresh bread ( french traditional baguette , Loaf) , or get one of those home made ice cream ( 100% natural ). Wine cellar with a large world selection . Happy Hours from 3 pm to 7 pm .
Their cuisine is western and local. The food tastes excellent and the portion size is good. Prices are reasonable as well.
You should try: the spaghetti carbonara, beef stroganoff and beef loc luc (Vietnamese beef cubes stirfried), chef salad, tuna panini and club sandwich
- Baguette heaven and French food
- Little piece of paradise
- Still an oasis in a city of food delights
- A quaint gem for Vung Tau Western food
- Excellent food in cozy sorroundings
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card YES
- Serve breakfast YES
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
NINE Cafe Restaurant Bakery, Trương Vĩnh Ký, 1, tp. Vũng Tàu, Ba Ria - Vung Tau, Vietnam
Tips for you
“A change of pace” This is a cosy eatery on a fairly busy street, right next door to a hotel and an outdoor bar on the other side. But, it is surprisingly quiet for diners. This is a long time restaurant in VT and used to be called Le Pleisud. It is owned by a French man and his Vietnamese wife. They run it efficiently and the wait and kitchen staff are well trained. The whole place has just been given a coat of paint inside and outside, along with a few minor renovations. It has an air-conditioned dining room with a popular area in the front of the premises. For years, diners would sit under the giant banyan tree or umbrellas. The umbrellas have recently been replaced by a roll back awning. I like the arms on the dining chairs, which adds to the enjoyment of a long lunch. They have 'real' tablecloths, set for both inside and outside diners. And 'real' serviettes to match. Meals are moderately priced and servings are acceptable. The important thing is that all meals are well prepared and properly presented. They offer a good selection of wines. The house wine is good value. Their selection of desserts are balanced with a choice. The crepe suzette is a favourite for us. They also offer a range of chocolates made in their own kitchen. The bread/rolls are also popular with the local residents, and many can be seen calling in for their supplies of bread or wine, just about every time I dine there. There are daily blackboard specials for lunch or dinner - in fact, throughout the day. This establishment is an attraction in itself for discerning diners seeking a good meal at a fair price in comfort. It is a very pleasant change from the local fare and pub grub offered at many of the other eateries in Vung Tau. We dine there regularly on our visits. It is a must do, on our wish list. We have never had a 'bad' meal there or one we did not want to finish. Bon appetit.