Below is a list of the top and leading Vietnamese Restaurants in Los Angeles. To help you find the best Vietnamese Restaurants located near you in Los Angeles, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Los Angeles’ Best Vietnamese Restaurants:
The top rated Vietnamese Restaurants in Los Angeles are:
- Unknown Vietnamese Kitchen – established in 2020 bringing a taste of Vietnam to LA
- KTown Pho – is bringing friends and family together
- Nong La Cafe – are committed to using the freshest ingredients
- Pho Fever Bistro – is known for its tasty pho using high-quality fresh ingredients
- Phorage Overland – sources only the freshest, topically grown produce and viable proteins
Unknown Vietnamese Kitchen
Unknown Vietnamese Kitchen established in 2020 bringing a taste of Vietnam to LA. The proprietor Kevin Luong fueled by an enthusiasm for healthful eating and an aesthetic for fine dining has created one of the region’s best Vietnamese cuisine. at unknown Vietnamese kitchen, that compassion manifests itself in the attention to detail that goes into every dish, and it’s something you can taste.
Menu, Dine-In, Takeaway
“Great tasting Pho & Spring Rolls!” – Jay K.
KTown Pho is bringing friends and family together. Every plate produces that subtle, cuisine-defining balance of sweet, salty, and sour, even dessert. Enjoy traditional Vietnamese cuisine with the freshest ingredients. Owners KT and Helen care about each customer who visits them and treats them like family coming to their restaurant and enjoying an authentic home-style Vietnamese meal.
Menu, Order Online, Reservations, Takeaway, Delivery
“Wow they serve the best pho so far, meat quality is great and soup is superb, highly recommended.” – Austin H.
Nong La Cafe
Nong La Cafe started its business in 2012, providing traditional dishes such as pho, bun, and bánh mì, with flavors reminiscent of the ones you find in homes and on the streets of Vietnam. They are committed to using the freshest ingredients including free-range chicken, cage-free eggs, and prime cuts of hormone-free beef. Particularly, they do not add MSG to their broths, resulting in a clean, light, and plainly developed flavor in their pho.
Siblings Elaine and Victor Phuong have always wished to open a restaurant to respect their mother’s cooking. After experimenting with old family recipes and a great deal of research, the Phuongs went all in, along with other family members, to open Nong Lá, a restaurant that celebrates the food they grew up eating.
Menu, Order Online, Delivery, Catering
“I love the way they treat clients. I ordered the Vietnamese coffee twice via an app and both times I got a dark iced coffee delivered; not what I ordered. The second time I got the wrong coffee delivered, I called the shop and I was pleasantly surprised. The gentleman on the line apologized for the incident. He said he remembered putting together my order and wasn’t sure how this happened. He offered to give me credit and I happily took it because their Vietnamese coffee is exceptional. Next time I stopped by Nong La Cafe, my name was on a list and I got my coffee free. No questions asked. I can’t wait to go back.” – Darling A.
Pho Fever Bistro
Pho Fever Bistro presents authentic and tasty relishing Vietnamese cuisine in West Los Angeles, CA. Pho Fever’s convenient location and affordable prices make their restaurant a natural choice for eat-in or take-out meals in the Los Angeles community. Their restaurant is known for its tasty pho using high-quality fresh ingredients. Come and discover their friendly atmosphere and excellent service.
Menu, Delivery, Takeaway
“Vietnamese food and the scene here is above par. Honestly my favorite evening place. The service was sociable and attentive. This place has an awesome feel to it. Makes me feel like I am back in Tucson.” – Brooklynn B.
Phorage Overland sources only the freshest, topically grown produce and viable proteins. A plainly contemporary Vietnamese restaurant uplifting classic dishes with the use of superior ingredients.
Menu, Order Online, Catering
“Awesome experience. Great time there with great food and great wines. Taylor made us feel very comfortable as it was our first time there.” – Kurt P.
Shera Elliott graduated from the New Mexico State University with a major in biology and a minor in Biological Basis of Behavior & Health Care Management. Shera grew up in Los Angeles, but moved to Las Cruces for college. Shera has written for several major publications including the Albuquerque Journal and NPR. Shera is a community reporter and also covers stories important important to all Americans.