Below is a list of the top and leading Vietnamese Restaurants in Oakland, CA. To help you find the best Vietnamese Restaurants located near you in Oakland, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Oakland’s Best Vietnamese Restaurants:
The top rated Vietnamese Restaurants in Oakland, CA re:
- Phở Ao Sen Restaurant – bustling Vietnamese eatery serves a range of classic meals & bowls of pho in an unpretentious space
- Tay Ho Restaurant & Bar – bustling eatery serving innovative Vietnamese cuisine & boasting locally sourced ingredients & wine
- Le Cheval – bustling Vietnamese eatery offers classic dishes & noodle soups in a spacious, airy setting
- Pho Huong Que – Pho, spring rolls & other Vietnamese specialties in an unpretentious counter-service eatery
- Anh Hong – Bo 7 Mon – craft all of their beers to pair with foods, specifically Asian cuisines
Phở Ao Sen Restaurant
Phở Ao Sen Restaurant is your go-to Vietnamese restaurant. For over 20 years, they have been preparing delectable cuisine. This began 20 years ago in a small space with a capacity of only 20 people at any given time. It’s been a couple of hundred years now. They purchase and consume fresh food on a regular basis. They sincerely do their hardest to provide outstanding meals for you, their wonderful customers.
Address: 1139 E 12th St, Oakland, CA 94606
Phone: (510) 835 5588
“Tasty, tasty, and tasty! Clean beef broth and mouth watering beef, this is the place to go. The area is “interesting” BUT there’s a large parking lot next to this establishment. I recommend the “number two”, which is a beef soup noodle dish with all the magical beef parts” – Rachel Royer Denzer
Tay Ho Restaurant & Bar
Tay Ho Restaurant & Bar cooks in the same way that their moms, aunts, grandmothers, and great-grandmothers did. Their gastronomic inspiration comes from the food they ate at home as children in Vietnam and then in Oakland and the Bay Area after their family immigrated here in the 1980s. Coming home for the holidays and seeing a pot of Bun Bo Hue or Pho cooking on the stove is like coming home for the holidays.
Address: 344 12th St, Oakland, CA 94607
Phone: (510) 836 6388
“We had such a great experience at this restaurant! Felt like we traveled to Vietnam in the East Bay. The tapioca dumplings were amazing, and the pork belly was so great, we were glad that we worked up an appetite before arriving! We will definitely return to try the drinks, try more food, and enjoy the ambience. Also shout outs for the mural of Anthony Bourdain on the outside! Cheers.” – Kevin Steve Tellez
Le Cheval has been at the forefront of bringing Asian tastes to Oakland since 1985. In Old Oakland and Walnut Creek, we proudly serve their family recipes. Their cuisine combines the flavors of French, Chinese, and Southeast Asian cuisines. To bring out the greatest flavor in every meal, they use a balanced combination of fresh ingredients and exotic spices in each of their dishes. They feel that the food you eat is just as important as the people you enjoy it with, and they work hard to create an atmosphere that makes each meeting unique.
Address: 1007 Clay St, Oakland, CA 94607
Phone: (510) 763 8495
“I had my usual, green beans with chicken in a black pepper sauce. After I finished my potato soup, just what I needed. Excellent food and service. Always great company there! everyone is enjoying the ambiance.” – Ronald Bryant
Pho Huong Que
Pho Huong Que is committed to serving the area’s best genuine Vietnamese cuisine. Beef Noodle Soup (Pho Bo), House Special Noodle Soup (Hu Tieu Mi Nam Vang), and Grilled Pork and Egg Rolls over Vermicelli are some of our hallmark meals (Bun Thit Nuong Cha Gio). Please come in and take advantage of their excellent services, enjoy a delicious meal, and letthem know how they can better serve you.
Address: 200 International Blvd, Oakland, CA 94606
Phone: (510) 788 4282
“One of my favorite restaurants in Oakland. Everything is fresh and there is a lot of thought in the preparation of each dish. We had the mango salad, spring rolls, beef pho, and meat over vermicelli.” – John Kaleekal
Anh Hong – Bo 7 Mon
Anh Hong – Bo 7 Mon was founded in 1954 by Mr. Le Van Kha and Mrs. Nguyen Thi Duyen. On December 30, 1954, they opened their doors at Phu Nhuan, Saigon, Vietnam. They were forced to close and migrate to Belgium after the end of the American-Vietnam War in 1975. They began brewing Asian Style Craft Beers after Mr. Le Van Kha and Mrs. Nguyen Thi Duyen devised the Seven Courses of Beef Menu, which is today regarded as one of Vietnam’s many authentic delicacies.
Address: 725 International Blvd, Oakland, CA 94606,
Phone: (510) 250 9466
“This part of Oakland is called Little Saigon and around the block there are literally dozens of vietnamese restaurants. I’ve been to most restaurants around here and I must say, this place has the best food I’ve ever had around the bay area. I’m just going to leave it at that, because this place doesn’t need to be hyped up and to be honest, I didn’t even want to leave a review as I wanted to keep this place to myself.” – Daniel Kim
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