Vietnamese Foodies opens it’s new Branch in Downtown, Dubai


Vietnamese Foodies, the favorite destination for Vietnamese food, has announced the opening of its new branch in Dubai Downtown, offering dining enthusiasts a taste of Vietnamese cuisine featuring signature bread, noodle soup with beef and shrimp, and the compost of vegetables with meat and herbs.

The restaurant is located in the residential tower of Burj Vista, opposite the Dubai Opera and offers guests a unique experience amidst its cozy interior atmosphere. Its outdoor lounge offers charming views of Burj Khalifa, Dubai Metro, and Emaar Square.

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The restaurant offers guests a range of Vietnamese healthy and fresh dishes at reasonable prices thanks to a new and exclusive menu including roasted duck with Bao buns, bread with chicken satay and chicken rolls, Luk Lak beef stir-fry and prawns with fish roes and dynamite sauce, shrimp with fish eggs and dynamite sauce, grilled chicken with paw bread, chicken Crispy with loam salt. The restaurant has a range of refreshing drinks such as orange juice with shea seeds, coconut juice with lemongrass, cold Vietnamese coffee.

Combining contemporary features and modern touches, the restaurant combines Vietnamese style with simplicity and traditionally. It has a spacious dining area and is decorated with a high ceiling with a capacity for up to 70 people. The outdoor space of the restaurant is characterized by its calm design and relaxing atmosphere, which can accommodate up to 90 people. The restaurant has an open kitchen with direct cooking, along with a traditional barbecue grill reminiscent of vibrant Vietnamese street food and the smell of delicious grills.

The new menu offers guests a wide range of options including healthy dishes with natural ingredients and traditional dishes, as well as ideal vegetarian and dairy-free dishes. The restaurant is inspired by the variety of cuisine in the Vietnamese capital of Ho Chi Minh City and is prepared using fresh ingredients, where most dishes are cooked in sauces and water rather than oil.

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The new Vietnamese Foodies restaurant has the same standards as the landmark brand in the award-winning Jumeirah Lakes Towers in terms of friendly service and a signature Vietnamese menu. The Vietnamese Foodies restaurant in Jumeirah Lake Towers and Down Town Dubai will be open throughout the holy month of Ramadan, welcoming guests who are looking for meals during the day and fasting who are looking for a special destination for breakfast. The restaurant also hosts cooking classes under the supervision of the restaurant owner and Chef Lily Hoa Nguyen starting in July.

Visitors benefit from the free parking service at the p3 underground parking lot near Dubai Opera or can park in the parking lots of Bab Al Mansour and Arz Lebanon restaurants. Vietnamese Foodies in Dubai Downtown also allows customers to place orders to specific locations that will be included in the ‘Deliveroo’ and ‘Zomato’ applications.