16 "Vietnamese" Restaurants in Chicago.
Pho Loan is a casual Vietnamese spot in Uptown that we like to come to for lunch or an easy dinner.
Hai Yen is a southern Vietnamese spot in Uptown where you should definitely order the bò 5 món (beef 5 ways).
Nha Trang is a casual spot in the West Argyle Historic District serving predominantly southern Vietnamese dishes.
Nha Hang Vietnam is a casual spot in Uptown known for its southern Vietnamese family-style dinners.
Pho Viet is a casual spot in the West Argyle Historic District serving a wide range of central Vietnamese specialties.
DaNang Kitchen on West Argyle specializes in central Vietnamese food, including one of our favorite dishes - mì quảng.
Cafe Hoang on Argyle is our favorite place to go in the neighborhood - and maybe all of Chicago - for bún bò Huế.
VN Tofu & Fast Food is a great place to grab a snack or lunch to go on Argyle.
Pho 777 is a Vietnamese restaurant in the West Argyle Historic District that specializes in northern Vietnamese dishes.
Phodega is a small counter-service spot with great pho that also sells corner store essentials.
Miss Saigon is a BYOB Vietnamese restaurant in Uptown that serves excellent brothless pho and chicken wings.
HaiSous is a modern Vietnamese restaurant in Pilsen with consistent and tasty food.
Proxi is a West Loop restaurant with River North vibes serving an underwhelming small plates menu.
Uptown has a lot of good Vietnamese spots, and Le Pho is one of them. You can probably guess that the pho is what steals the show here.
Tank Noodle is a casual Vietnamese restaurant that serves great pho, among other traditional dishes.