NhaTrang

Tucked away in Saigon East is a gem of unbelievable quality. This is the place you want for real authentic Vietnamese cooking executed by an expert with years of experience cooking in Vietnam and in the United States. This is as down home as it gets. Known for the Lau (Vietnamese for hot pot), nem nuong, and delicious grilled dishes. Nha Trang can cure the most voracious of cravings.

Address: 6757 Wilson Blvd., #7 & 8, Falls Church, VA 22044
Telephone: (703) 534-1657
Hours of Operation: Mon – Fri: 10:30 AM – 9 PM

Sat- Sun: 10 AM – 9 PM

Forms of Payment Accepted: Cash/Credit Cards

“Their specialty is LAU (Vietnamese for ‘hotpot’), and I can’t believe nobody really talked about it here so far. I GUARANTEE you won’t be disappointed. The soup is tangy/gingery/sour…I don’t know how to describe it…but regardless, the hotpot is better than any other kinds of hotpot (forget Melting Pot, Shabu-Shabu, or Chinese hotpot). Ask for both types of noodle (rice/egg). The size/price is different for 2 people and 3 people.” -Kyu H.

“Nha Trang is a hidden gem in Eden Center. Tucked away in the rear side of Saigon East, this restaurant is not the easiest to find, but once you’ve been there…you’ll know how to get back! The menu features an array of Vietnamese cuisine from soups to hot pots but if you’re a first timer…I recommend trying their specialty – Nem Nuong. I’ve tried countless items on their menu and their food never fails to satisfy my cravings.” -Jeanette K.

“Let me start by saying if you want great authentic Vietnamese food this the place to go. The chef is a 75 year old woman who combines her life long experiences with cooking in her native country and 20 plus years of restuarant cooking in the US. They have wonderful, delicate and light Vietnamese grilled dishes that you can enjoy in the summer and spring like the grilled pork (either ribs or shredded) plus a Vietnamese dish called bì (thinly shredded pork mixed with cooked and thinly shredded pork skin plus fried ground rice) over broken rice (what the words “com tam” actually mean in Vietnamese).” -Bietnam T.