29 "Vietnamese" Restaurants in New York.
Di An Di is an excellent Vietnamese restaurant in Greenpoint. Go there for your next date night, group dinner, or solo meal at the bar. Just go there.
Hanoi House is a great, trendy little Vietnamese restaurant in the East Village.
A sleepy-looking Vietnamese restaurant in the East Village that deserves your attention.
Summer is a Vietnamese counter-service spot that makes the best banh mi in Elmhurst.
Pho Bar is a casual Vietnamese restaurant in Chinatown that’s great for a bowl of very rich beef pho by yourself or with a date.
A Park Slope Vietnamese restaurant with an incredible patio. This is not your usual banh mi shop.
On a block of Vietnamese places on Baxter Street in Chinatown, Nha Trang is our favorite for pho.
Saigon Social is a casual Vietnamese restaurant on the Lower East Side with excellent chicken pho.
Bolero is a Vietnamese spot in Williamsburg where you should go with a group, or order the $55 tasting menu at the chef’s counter.
Thanh Da is a Vietnamese spot in Sunset Park that’s perfect for takeout or a quick sit-down bowl of bún bò hue.
For a banh mi in Sunset Park, Ba Xuyên is your best option. Order the classic version, and get a durian shake.
Nam Nam is a tiny sandwich shop in East Williamsburg where you can grab some Vietnamese coffee and a great banh mi.
Vietnaam is a really good, casual Vietnamese restaurant near 86th Street on the UES.
Nha Trang Center is a Vietnamese restaurant in Chinatown that’s great for lunches, big groups, and casual dinners when you want a bowl of pho.