Doan Van Bo Street
Doan Van Bo Street runs from Calmette Bridge linking District 1 and District 4 over the Ben Nghe canal, to Ton Dan Market
Doan Van Bo Street runs from Calmette Bridge linking District 1 and District 4 over the Ben Nghe canal, to Ton Dan Market. It is a narrow two-way street at the centre of District 4. On this street, there are many 4-5 storey buildings. In the afternoon, when the sunset falls down, the sunlight glints off windows creating an atmospheric street scene. Together with those buildings, many restaurants and shopping centers have arisen. One of the most famous restaurants here is Com Chay Lien Hoa at 004 C/c – a familiar address for vegetarians. The restaurant serves an extensive menu with Chinese and Vietnamese cuisine made from fresh vegetables and soy products such as steamed rice cakes, steamed buns… Moreover, the prices are at rock-bottom. At VND 30.000-40.000 per dish, one can have a health and economical meal. The restaurant brings customers a relaxed atmosphere with simple and polite style Buddha decoration. The outdoor space and green trees will help customers to reduce stress, refresh the spirit and regain the balance. For vegetarians or those who like meatless dishes, this is really a golden cuisine address.
Although newly opened, Thailand Meat Skewer on this street has already gained a reputation among young people, especially those who like to have a comfortable and cozy space. The restaurant is designed like a café with lazy pillows and the dominant orange color. Teenagers can enjoy dishes such as grilled meat, grilled sausages, baked banana, juice and yogurt.