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Nha Trang One: A Culinary Journey to Vietnam in the Heart of New York City
As you walk down the bustling streets of New York City, you may not expect to stumble upon a hidden gem that transports you to the vibrant and bustling streets of Vietnam. Yet, tucked away in the heart of the city’s Chinatown neighborhood lies Nha Trang One, a family-owned restaurant that serves up some of the most delicious and authentic Vietnamese cuisine in the city.
Nha Trang One
From the moment you step inside Nha Trang One, you are greeted with warm smiles and friendly service. The restaurant is small and cozy, with colorful lanterns hanging from the ceiling and traditional Vietnamese artwork adorning the walls. The ambiance is intimate and inviting, making you feel as though you have been transported to a street-side eatery in Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City.
The menu at Nha Trang One is extensive, offering a wide variety of dishes that capture the flavors and textures of Vietnamese cuisine. Whether you are in the mood for a steaming bowl of pho, a plate of crispy spring rolls, or a refreshing papaya salad, there is something to satisfy every craving. The ingredients are always fresh, and the dishes are prepared with care and attention to detail.
One standout dish at Nha Trang One is the banh mi, a Vietnamese sandwich that is made with a crispy baguette, pickled vegetables, cilantro, and your choice of protein (such as grilled pork or lemongrass chicken). The banh mi at Nha Trang One is nothing short of spectacular, with each bite bursting with flavor and texture.
Another must-try dish is the bun cha, a traditional Vietnamese dish that consists of grilled pork, vermicelli noodles, and a variety of fresh herbs and vegetables. The pork is tender and flavorful, and the noodles are perfectly cooked. The dish is served with a side of nuoc cham, a sweet and tangy dipping sauce that adds the perfect amount of zing.
Nha Trang One is also known for its delicious drinks, including a variety of Vietnamese coffee drinks (such as ca phe sua da, a sweet and creamy iced coffee), as well as fresh fruit smoothies and traditional Vietnamese iced tea.
The restaurant is named after the coastal city of Nha Trang, located in central Vietnam. The owners of Nha Trang One are originally from Nha Trang, and they bring their love and passion for the cuisine of their homeland to every dish they prepare.
Overall, Nha Trang One is a true culinary gem in the heart of New York City. Whether you are a lover of Vietnamese food or simply looking to try something new and delicious, this restaurant is not to be missed. From the warm hospitality to the mouthwatering dishes, Nha Trang One offers a culinary journey to Vietnam that is both authentic and unforgettable.
CANH – SOUP
Canh Chua Tom
Canh Chua Ca
Canh Chua Ga
Canh Hai Long Huong
Canh Dau Hu
Canh Chua Chay
Soup Mang Cua
PHO – RICE NOODLE SOUP
Pho Dac Biet $5.75
Pho Tom Tuo $5.00
Pho Tai $4.75
Pho Chin $4.75
Pho Bo Vien $4.75
Pho Bo Satee $5.50
Pho Xao Bo Cai. $6.00
Pho Bo Kho. $5.50
Pho Suon Nuong Hoac Ga Nuong. $5.50
Pho Ca Vien. $4.75
Pho Nam Vang. $5.50
Pho Ga. $5.00
Pho Chay. $4.75
If you’re celebrating a birthday, COME HERE.
While eating dinner here on 2/19/2022, an 18 year old was having a birthday dinner here and the owners plated up a dessert that they brought and then started a birthday song on their sound system. I’ve never actually seen an entire restaurant voluntarily join in to celebrating a stranger’s birthday. It was really fun.
I had the L1 pho and my husband had the L12 pork chop and it was a nice meal in Manhattan Chinatown.
An absolute authentic GEM for Vietnamese food! I’m half Vietnamese and if I had to choose one dish/meal for the rest of my life it would be Phở Đặc Biệt! I would bathe in their phở broth if it weren’t for societal mores. Slices of tender brisket, omasum tripe and melt on your tongue glistening tendon. If you’re a fan of the rare beef it’s best to ask for it on the side where they’ll diver the super thin raw slices laid out individually on a plate. This ensures a perfect super tender cook.
Nha Trang is located on the south central coast of Vietnam so don’t expect the northern Hànội phở.
Another favorite of mine that be bussin is Bò Kho, the traditional beef stew with beautiful substantial chunks of tender stew beef and carrots with the lingering essence of a phở broth. Bò Kho is typically comes with a nice crispy baguette 🥖 (that isn’t hard enough to cut you hard palette!) with a fresh warm fluffy center (think bánh mì if you were to order one from Bánh Mì Saigon at 198 Grand St!!). However, I prefer mine with phở noodles so I order Phở Bò Kho, which isn’t on the menu.
This restaurant serves Vietnamese food. Both the pho and spring rolls were great. Surprisingly, the prices are quite affordable and the service time is amazingly swift. I think our pho arrived in under 5 minutes. Be aware that the host checked our vaccination cards before we were seated.
Nha Trang One
87 Baxter St, New York, NY 10013, United States