Guidebook Where to chow down in Ha Tien


Where to chow down in Ha Tien

Oasis Bar: “An oasis for western travellers looking for familiar fare … the only western restaurant in town, diners can indulge in fresh salads, baguette sandwiches and daily specials of comfort food like chilli con carne and massaman curry.” (Travelfish)

Quan Hu Tieu Thuy: “A brightly lit stall, metal tables and a family effort is what creates excellent hu tieu, a chicken noodle soup that is the Mekong's pho … crowds form here for excellent succulent broiled chicken and fat udon-style egg noodles in a clear broth doused in the usual herby Vietnamese favourites.” (Lonely Planet)

Ha Tien Night Market: “At dusk, informal, alfresco seafood restaurants set up tables and chairs along the waterfront … this is Ha Tien’s Cho Dem (Night Market) … as you’d expect, the seafood is very fresh: dozens of varieties of shellfish, snails, and fish are displayed along the street … the quality is good and the setting is nice.” (Vietnam Coracle)

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