If you're always on the prowl for Vietnamese food, you don't want to pass up an opportunity to try some. Dedicated Vietnamese diners will be able to find a place or two serving delicacies of this kind in St. Martin.
With so much to try, from the very casual locale and ambiance of Le Jardin de Saigon to the simple cafes where beer and wine are equally important to the food, there's something special waiting for each visitor and even for a memorable date night.
Below, you can check out the Vietnamese eatery that you may hear about during your stay. Click on the restaurant name to view the full article about its dress code, food, or even nearby attractions.
Positioned along the southeastern outskirts of Marigot, Le Jardin de Saigon is a good option for travelers exploring this part of the city and other nearby areas. If it doesn't feel right to dress up just for enjoying some great Vietnamese food, remember this dining option where the whole vibe is very laid-back. Set away from the major tourist areas of St. Martin, Le Jardin is a great place to relax and enjoy a calm environment.
If your heart's not set on this cuisine in particular, you'll find commonality between the restaurants above and local places like these:
|Palm Beach Restaurant||(069) 035-9906||Asian||Griselle, 3.0 mi. East-Northeast of Central St. Martin|
|(059) 087-7654||Chinese||Downtown Marigot, 1.3 mi. West of Central St. Martin|
|(059) 087-7398||Asian||Griselle, 3.1 mi. East of Central St. Martin|
|(059) 029-6622||Japanese||Downtown Marigot, 1.3 mi. West of Central St. Martin|
|Plongeoir||(059) 087-9471||Asian||Downtown Marigot, 1.4 mi. West of Central St. Martin|
Some of the best food and drink options in St. Martin are the ones you didn't think you'd ever wander into while trekking the town of your choice. That being said, it's still a good idea to make a list of specific places to try. To read even more about the culinary options waiting for you, check out this page.
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