If San Francisco is a melting pot, they can consider the Bay Area as the heart of this diverse city. There are few places on earth that can boast of the variety of culinary experiences you can enjoy in the Bay Area. In this article, we will look at the top-rated Vietnamese restaurants in this popular spot.
The Slanted Door
Located in the Ferry Terminal Building, the Slanted Door has a magnificent view of the Golden Gate Bridge and serves delicious Vietnamese cuisine. Chef Charles Phan, a nominee to James Beard Award for Best Chef, started the restaurant. Phan’s authentic dishes were a resounding success. getting a reservation at the Slanted Door is hard. If you get one, you are in for a delightful treat.
The Khai is located in the Design District and its $115 per person multi-course tasting menu is a must try for every food lover. The Chef and owner, Khai Duong is a celebrity back in Vietnam for his magical gourmet touch. The ten-course tasting menu is available twice a week.
If you prefer a modern twist to the traditional Vietnamese flavors, come to the Tamarine. They use authentic Vietnamese ingredients in new compositions to reflect the culinary diversity of California. They encourage family-style sharing because it is difficult to settle on just one entrée.
On the affordable side, Co Nam is popular for its Vietnamese street food. It is a fancy place with affordable prices, making it a perfect place for a date. If you want to try their best dish, ask for Bo La Lot. Though some dishes have been Americanized, it is still a great culinary experience.
Tin Vietnamese Cuisine
The last on our list is a favorite of all the Vietnamese in the city. They offer an authentic taste at a great price.