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Quán bụi – Group

Quan Bui is quintessential Vietnamese home cooking served in a modern, chic Indochine setting located in different locations the heart of Ho Chi Minh City. The menu is an eclectic selection of traditional family recipes passed on from time to time. We use only fresh, high quality ingredients just like we would serve at home to our loved ones. It’s Vietnamese comfort food executed with love and passion.

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Family gatherings have always been important in Vietnamese culture, even though nowadays many people can afford to eat good food in fine restaurants but they still have a subconscious desire to eat dishes which remind them of simple rural life and family warmth. We hope to share with all our patrons the flavors and warmth we enjoyed during these cherished times with our family and friends.

This month we will open our 4th restaurants:

Quán bụi Central.

2A Le Duan Street, District 1, HCMC (Corner of Định Tien Hoang)

T:+842839101055

Quán bụi – Authentic vietnamese cuisines

Quán bụi restaurant at 17 Ngo Van Nam (district 1) combines the best of Vietnamese food (authentically prepared) with tastes which excite the western palate as much as it does local preferences. Attractively presented and accurately described in the menu, you will find the dishes ample in quantity and interesting in the combinations of spices, herbs and sauces used.

Quán bụi Original

17A Ngo Van Nam Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

T: +84.28 3829 1515

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Quán bụi in Saigon

Once dearly called Diamond of the Far-east with the luxury level overriding that of Hongkong or Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City is now the most populated city in Vietnam. Modern office skyscrapers, amidst Oriental style pagodas and food stalls along the street, create a dynamic urban area in very special sense.

Dining in Saigon is quite easy and it is not a place where you will easily go hungry, regardless of your budget. Some of Vietnamese restaurants which cater to the business community are quite Westernized. If you insist on a crisp, white table cloth, we don’t have it. But for those who want to enjoy real Vietnamese & Home made food and contemporary Saigon living, forget about all the tourist restaurants with their white linens and bloated prices, and instead dine where the Vietnamese do.

Surely, you’ll have a best experience once you try at Quan Bui.

Quán bụi – Garden

The ambience of Quán bụi is probably one of the highlights of the city and should not be missed.The serving staff comprises a large team of people attentive to your every need. English is spoken as well as Vietnamese – and the cooking and waiting employees have a real aptitude for pleasing customers.

Quán bụi Garden

55A-55B Ngo Quang Huy Street, Thao Dien Ward, District 2

T: +84.28 3898 9088

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Guest Reviews

  • review rating 4  Delicious food. The garlic rice is fantastic, everyone loved it. I had the Tilapia fish fillets which were cooked perfectly. Again the chicken and prawn noodles were delicious. I had the carrot and ginger juice which was delicious. Service a little slow but otherwise good experience!

    thumb Anoushka Shah
    1/03/2018
  • review rating 4  YES! Great place for experiencing dishes from all over Vietnam at reasonable prices, great service, and good value.We came here on our first night in HCMC, while starving, looking for something close to the hotel, and were not expecting as good an experience as we got. Their concept is wonderful - making a great Vietnamese experience that is accessible to the Vietnamese market. That means that average local person can splurge and experience something great, and foreigners will get a culturally and culinary accurate experience that's of great value.We ordered more than we needed, and ended up pigging out because it was so delicious. Make sure you order the deep and flavorful curries.Oh - the dessert that day was a frozen passionfruit custard served in-fruit. WOW.

    thumb Tomás Gutiérrez
    12/07/2017
  • review rating 4  One of the best place in Hochiminh City for travelers to experience Vietnamese cuisine. Affordable price to westerners (although quite expensive for locals). Food is tasty & fresh. They also serve traditional music for dinner. This restaurant is not spacious but still well decorated. Very hard to find a place for car parking as it is located on the central district.

    thumb Huynh The Vu
    12/22/2017
  • review rating 3  Sneaky behavior.Went for lunch with a table of 3 and had a very nice tasty meal! I paid for said meal and noticed that a couple items were priced higher on the bill than the menu. Also, when given my change it was rounded up in favor of the restaurant. I let it go because I didn't want to put a negative end to a nice meal. To be honest I was feeling lazy and didn't want to argue about 2-3 usd. But I would like say it seems sneaky and to tell future patrons to check the bill closely

    thumb Mike Tremblay
    11/19/2017
  • review rating 5  Great Vietnamese restaurant to try out some local cuisine. Ambiance is really nice and amazing. The place is a little tight but it is also good for big groups. The waiting time for food is not too long (about 5 to 10 mins.) which is good enough.Food is really amazing! Big servings as well plus food can be shared.

    thumb Shyn Marie Ebol
    3/18/2018

Quán bụi – Bistro

At Quán bụi Bistro there is a ‘family feeling’ about the place combined with an experience of the exotic and sophisticated Orient. Very reasonably priced (for a city centre location) – so you can afford to eat and drink well and enjoy yourself in groups or alone in a spacious, comfortable environment.

Quán bụi Bistro

1st Floor, 39 Ly Tu Trong Street, District 1 (Corner of Hai Ba Trung)

T: +84.28 3602 2241

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They talked about us

“Quan Bui is probably one of the most successful restaurant project in recent years. Started with a simple concept – bringing authentic Vietnamese food to Saigon, Quan Bui is popular amongst young and old. The menu offers a wide range of tastes from around Vietnam. Each of the 4 floors of the colonial architecture offers a different dining experience. The leafy green rooftop garden for a pre-dinner drink is a must!”

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