Bà Rịa (Vietnamese: [ɓaː˧˩ ɹiə˧˨˧ˀ] ( listen)) is a city in Bà Rịa–Vũng Tàu Province in the Southeast region of Vietnam. Bà Rịa is split from Vũng Tàu by a river crossed by Co May Bridge. This is the de jure seat of the province since most of the provincial administration agencies are located here. Bà Rịa officially became the provincial capital of Bà Rịa–Vũng Tàu from May 2, 2012, replacing Vũng Tàu in that role.
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4.5 based on 196 reviews
Matildas, an International Restaurant/Pub specializing in comfort foods from around the world. We cater to tourists as well as locals and provide the best quality food and drinks available in Vung Tau. Are you interested in a game of golf, or looking to hire a car or motorbike tour? We are happy to help.
went there for dinner and was quite disappointed. A nice layout with good staff but the food was really average. A good spot probably for an afternoon beer listening to old ex pats.
4.5 based on 77 reviews
There are few Sushi places in Vung Tau and this one is quite a popular one and I have been there few time for lunch because of their very reasonable set lunch price (about Vnd 100,000).
Sushi are good and fresh, service is ok, only the Tonkastu on my last set lunch was quite dry and not to be remembered, but again, for the price I wont complain and definitively will be back.
4 based on 4 reviews
The restaurant has view to the sea. You can enjoy various foods. Price is rather expensive compared with other restaurant in Vung Tau. Great location with nice view in the center of the city.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Good service, food is good, chicken and rice is the specialty. 6 people 30 beers and a variety of smaller dishes came to less than 1m vnd total for all of us If your are in the locale make a point of visiting. Excellent value
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Banh Khot which is sort of like a savoury mini crispy pancake apparently originated in Vung Tau and is not to be missed while there. The best Banh Khot restaurant we found was Banh Khot 14. Banh Khot 14 only has one dish, Banh Khot, but with 3 different toppings. Shrimp (Tom), Baby Squid (Muc) or Combo (Day Biet). Cooked fresh at the front of the shop you could see they were going to be good! The staff and other customers were very friendly, and quite impressed when we knew what we wanted to order (because there is no English menu and little English spoken). Each was 50,000 dong and came with lettuce, herbs and condiments. Absolutely delicious, and an authentic local experience!
2 based on 1 reviews
Enjoy the best ambience and hosting experience in bliss of nature within close proximities of lighthouse, Beaches and other tourist spots. We offer cuisines, snacks and bar facility. Let’s make your visit one of the best moment.
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