The Best Vietnamese Restaurants in Toronto
The best Vietnamese restaurants in Toronto will have you slurping up silky noodles and sipping on big bowls of broth. The culinary delights are hardly limited to pho; these eateries dish out everything from fresh and fried spring rolls to grilled delicacies and rice cakes.
Here are the best Vietnamese restaurants in Toronto.
This Ossington mainstay has developed a cult following for its delicious salad rolls, satays and steaming bowls of noodle soup. The beef noodle soup is the main attraction, but efficient service, cheap bottles of Tiger beer and a side patio add to its appeal. More »
Also on Ossington, this pho joint has long rivaled its Golden neighbour and is the source of many feuds amongst pho enthusiasts. Beefy broth that comes swimming with rice noodles is the specialty, just be sure to bring cash. More »
There's lots to like at this Brockton Village eatery. In addition to the usual range of noodle soups, find ample alternatives, including steamed rice cakes and rolls, fried chicken and vermicelli dishes loaded with grilled pork and sausages. More »
Bun Bo Hue (beef soup) is the specialty from Hanoi 3 Seasons in Leslieville. Standouts on the menu include calamari patties with dill soup, Hanoi-style grouper and spicy baby clams served with crispy rice crackers. More »
The menu at this contemporary Scarborough noodle house bills more than just frangrant bowls of beef noodle soup. In addition to pho, look forward to comforting congee, oxtail soup, rice cakes, summer rolls and more. More »
This Vietnamese destination in North York serves up pho with big handfuls of bean sprouts, lime wedges and fresh herbs. Grab an order of the famous beef noodles then beef it up (pun intended) with add-ons like rare beef, soft tendon, meatballs or brisket. More »
This pho joint serves the quintessential noodle soup along with a wide variety of rice paper rolls, savoury pancakes, grilled meats on rice, steamed vermicelli, and more. Not sure where to start? Try the shrimp paste on sugar cane. More »
Pho on St. Clair Avenue West is available with beef or chicken broth. Thanh Tri-style steamed rolls are also noteworthy. Order the steamed rice flour rolls stuffed with sausage or savoury ground pork. More »