Breeze Restaurant & Bar
Breeze also has a good selection of cocktails, wines and freshly squeezed fruit juices.
This open-air restaurant offers the freshest, high-quality seafood the region has to offer. Taking a cue from Singaporean hawker stalls and traditional Vietnamese open markets, the restaurant is laid out in different areas, each specialising in a specific presentation. Choose freshly caught or live seafood and watch their chefs prepare your selection in their open air kitchen. The restaurant is also kid-friendly with a play area which makes it perfect for a family outing.
Open since 2009, Vietnam Home 1 at 125A Nguyen Dinh Chieu has offered some of the best home-style Vietnamese cuisine along the Phan Thiet-Mui Ne Strip. Set in an airy, traditional-style Vietnamese thatched building, the restaurant has a wide range of international and Vietnamese dishes and is a favourite among tour groups visiting the area.
If you've ever wanted to try crocodile (as Russian tour groups do), stuffed sea snails or lizard (a Vietnamese speciality), you've come to the right place. If you cannot decide from the à la carte menu, go for one of the set menus with a range of tasty dishes that are not necessarily as 'exotic'. There's an all-you-can-eat buffet complete with crocodile every Thursday, and a range of very affordable wines to complement your meal.
The ground floor has open and covered seating, as does the pleasant terrace on the first floor.
Vietnam Home's souvenir shop sells crocodile-skin products and other interesting items - worth a look.
Vietnam Home has recently opened a second branch, Vietnam Home 2, further west along the Strip at 53 Nguyen Dinh Chieu, which offers similar dishes. Set on an upper floor with the same thatched building style, it is an airy place with a delightfully cool breeze.
Deja Vu (open 11 a.m. till late) invites you to a sensory night of live jazz and rock from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. every evening, with legendary covers from greats like Louis Armstrong and Elton John.
Five seating areas let you choose the environment that fits your mood: a romantic rooftop hookah table under the stars; a cozy art room with pool table; a tropical garden with a children’s playground outside; an outside yard area; and an indoor area with air conditioning and home terrarium.
For lunch (12 p.m. to 4 p.m.), Deja Vu featuresa three course mealconsisting of salad, soup, a main dish with garnish and free ice tea for VND80,000.
Our English-speaking staff is proud to present a medley of cuisines: live seafood, Vietnamese, Russian, European and even exotic meats like crocodile, scorpion and more. Average price per dish is around VND100,000. A large selection of new and old world wines are available for adults, as well as a special menu for children (customers are advised to order kids meals in advance).
The restaurant hosts a selection of eclectic performances every Wednesday, in the form of Vietnam Night.
Vietnam Night is a journey of spiritual values, gastronomical diversity, and traditional Vietnamese fashion and art. The owner of Deja Vu, Tuna, takes the stage to guide you through centuries of Vietnamese lore.
The nightly event is two hours and costs VND525,000 per person. It includes the following:
• A fire dragon and dancing lion show
• A kinetic ethnic drum performance
• A Vietnamese costume fashion show
• A stunt performance by Kung Fu masters
• 9 dishes representing the various cuisines of Vietnam
• Exotic liqueurs and sweets
• National musicians and dancers
• Pancake cooking event
During Vietnam Night, all guests will be able to try on national costumes and take pictures with Vietnamese folklore heroes.
Purchase tickets and book your tables in advance for a smoother dining experience.
Everyday live music, a cozy shisha room on the roof, a cute garden with summer houses, and a playground for children are all a part of the experience at Deja Vu. The works of co-owner Tuna who was trained in the Soviet Union are also displayed inside the restaurant. The cuisine includes Vietnamese, European, seafood, and exotic dishes.
Nuoc Mam: Whether you love it or you hate it, nothing says Vietnamese food more than nuoc mam (fish sauce). Fish sauce is the most widely used flavouring agent, also dubbed the Vietnamese ketchup. Not recommended on chips/fries.
Muc Mot Nang: A trip to Phan Thiet isn’t complete without first trying “one day dried squid”. This appetizer is usually served with an assortment of dipping condiments such as a chili or pepper lime sauce.
Con Dong: These lizards are a local speciality and quite tasty. They can be barbecued with lemongrass and chilli or prepared in a soup with tamarind and noodles. One kilo is sold for around VND350,000 to VND400,000.
This Vietnamese restaurant serves local cuisine with a twist in a timeless Cham setting. It is uniquely decorated with old-world gas lanterns illuminating artwork, homespun textiles and a traditional foot-pedal loom. Exquisitely carved wooden trinkets are also for sale.
The menu features over 100 international and Vietnamese dishes which a focus on the Mui Ne region. Dining here may give you the impression you are sitting in the middle of nature, somewhere in the mountains.