Thanh Thanh Café, No. 10. Longstanding backpacker café, with Int’l dishes and a nice garden setting on a corner.
Check-Point, No. 27. A Russian chef offers up specialties, such as dumplings, borsch, and Russian set lunches.
Sanest Restaurant, No. 30. Open air and spacious, this fairly new restaurant offers up a full Vietnamese menu, plus the famous Sanest Bird’s Nest Soup, made from the swift nests harvested from Nha Trang’s offshore islands.
Madame Chuong, No. 47. A nice venue with A/C serving Chinese dishes. Also, check out their impressive display of bakery desserts cooked daily.
Sushi Sakura Japanese Restaurant, no. 47B/6. Traditional Japanese doors welcome you into this lovely sushi bar in the heart of the tourist area.
Guava, No. 34F. The same owners as the original Guava on Biet Thu street, they continue serving up some of the absolute best food in town. Plush chairs, a large second floor balcony, rooftop and BBQ. The town’s only signature Sports Bar, this is also the place to go to catch the big game.
The Shamrock, No. 56A. Extensive pub grub in a fun and cozy atmosphere. Try any of their famous dishes, such as steak and ale pot pie, fish ‘n chips, cottage pie, Aussie burgers, or the ever-popular Sunday roast.
Booze Cruise, No. 110. A branch of the famous party boat, this relative newcomer has fast become a hot destination for drinks and an excellent menu.
Lanterns, No. 72. Vietnamese and Int’l cuisine, including set menus and their renowned hot pots. A charming place decorated with lacquerware and b/w photos of local or-phans the restaurant supports.
Ciao Vietnam, No. 74. Italian specialists for six years, with homemade pizza and pasta, they’ve also got Vietnamese and Thai food. Most requested is the 4 Stagioni (4 Seasons) pizza.
Espanol (La Mancha), No. 78. A festive ambiance in a brightly decorated room. There’s traditional Spanish food with some lovely salads and a huge variety of tapas.
Da Fernando, No. 96. Italian-born owner/chef Fernando set up shop here 4 years ago, and has been delighting customers ever since. Known for their homemade pizza and pasta, this often crowded place also has a good selection of Italian wines.
Club Blue Dragon, No. 126. Reopened after a 5 year hiatus, Vietnamese and Int’l food can be found here.
Cyclo Café, No. 130. Nine years in Nha Trang have given this café a very good reputation. Specializing in Italian, Vietnamese and Int’l dishes, there’s also a good vegetarian selection. BBQ and braised seafood in a clay pot are the favorites.
Omar’s Tandoori Café, No. 89B. Eleven years in Nha Trang have made this the premier destination for Indian food in town. Their most popular North Indian dishes include Tandoori chicken, lamb rogan josh, basmati rice, and their homemade naan bread.
Local, No. 91A. This cozy eatery serves Italian, Vietnamese, and Int’l food. They make excellent lasagna and chili mackerel in a clay pot.
Carlo’s, No. 91. A large menu of Int’l favorites, plus many Italian and Vietnamese items. Their sandwiches, hamburgers, and pizzas bring repeat customers.
Nha Trang Bakery, No. 99B. Popular with the breakfast crowd, with great sandwiches and fruit shakes.
Same Same But Different, No. 111. Vietnamese, Int’l , and excellent Thai food can be found here. Local expats rave about the chili cheese burger and fries.
The Paradise Pub, No. 113. Popular with the breakfast crowd, American chef John offers up the best French toast in town. For dinner, the ginger calamari with roasted green onion sauce is divine.
La Taverna, No. 115. Famous for its world class Italian cuisine, there’s also excellent Vietnamese food and a good wine list. The Swiss-Italian owner has created a homey atmosphere with earthenware decor and local art hanging on the walls.