14 "Vietnamese" Restaurants in San Francisco.
The original Champa Garden in Oakland’s Ivy Hill serves exceptional Laotian, Thai, and Vietnamese specialties.
Saigon Sandwich’s Sandwiches are $4 and pack more punch than most of the city’s pricier offerings. The best cheap lunch in the game.
Out The Door in Pacific Heights has some of the best vibes around. They also have wine on tap. These things may or may not be related.
Pho K & K in Berkeley is your go-to for a hangover curing Vietnamese brunch or an affordable, casual dinner.
Cordon Bleu is a Vietnamese lunch counter in Lower Nob Hill where you can eat a lot of food for cheap. Make sure you get the five spice chicken.
Some restaurants that have been around a long time feel like ageless classics. The Slanted Door feels more like an aged classic.
Vientian Cafe is a neighborhood Laotian, Thai, and Vietnamese spot in Allendale.
Mau is a casual Vietnamese spot in the Mission that works great for a weeknight dinner.
Kevin & Chris’s Noodle House is a good, cheap spot for Vietnamese food in the Inner Sunset.
Yummy Yummy is a Vietnamese restaurant in the Sunset with great pho and roasted Dungeness crabs.
Thanh Long is a Vietnamese restaurant in the Sunset with some of the best Dungeness crab in the city.
King of Noodles in the Sunset makes tons of styles of noodle soup in huge portions for cheap.
Out The Door is a good place to grab some spring rolls or pork buns for lunch if you work around the Ferry Building.