The Verdant Vietnamese Food from VinaTrang Cuisine

The Vietnamese cuisine is typically influenced by the Asian principle of five elements: spices, organs, colors, senses and nutrients. Vietnamese dishes often give the refreshing feeling.

VinaTrang Cuisine Official Logo
VinaTrang Cuisine Official Logo

VinaTrang offers a wide range of authentic Vietnamese food from bánh mì to phở as well as all time favorite fresh spring rolls (gỏi cuốn) and rice meals.

Traditional bánh mì
Traditional bánh mì
Fresh Spring Rolls (gỏi cuốn)
Fresh spring rolls (gỏi cuốn)

The restaurant is also famous for its Vietnamese coffee which is processed under a special filter that makes the coffee more delicious.

Vietnamese coffee
Vietnamese coffee
Iced Vietnamese coffee (via @emmandamian)
Iced Vietnamese coffee

VinaTrang Cuisine is located at 8839 Sampaloc St., Brgy. San Antonio, Makati City.

You may also visit their other branches at 2F Zuellig Building, Makati Avenue corner Paseo De Roxas, Makati City as well as their newly opened store at 1015 P. Noval St, Sampaloc, Manila near University of Sto. Tomas.
For inquiries and delivery, please call these mobile numbers: 0907-771-7005 or 0995-178-0676.

The verdict: It’s a HIT!
The Tennis Foodie’s favorite: fresh spring rolls and Vietnamese coffee

59 thoughts on “The Verdant Vietnamese Food from VinaTrang Cuisine”

  1. That’s an honest review… Thanks. I hope to visit someday, on your recommendation!
    Looking forward to more!

  2. Looks delicious! Colorful and fresh. I was not aware of the Asian culinary principle of the five elements. I’d love to learn more about that.

  3. Seeing the enticing fresh spring rolls awaken my inner vegan. Plus, the Vietnamese coffee would be definitely on my list!! Great post. Thank you for sharing!

  4. Seems to be a place more than worth a try coz this seems to be worth of going at every possible opportunity.
    Go give your hunger pangs a worth for their life.

  5. I’d love to know how that Vietnamese coffee machine works! And how did it compare to the Tagbanua coffee? Great work, keep it up Emman!

    1. It’s really easy to use as per the owner of the establishment. The Vietnamese coffee is much more creamier and lighter in taste than the Tagbanua coffee from Bohol. Thanks Kim! See you and Chris soon.

  6. I have only tried Vietnamese food once but i remember that I very much enjoyed what I ate it was delicious! I like the sound of the Vietnamese coffee and that is something that I need to try!

  7. I love rice paper spring rolls! Not a big fan of coffee in general but I’ve heard Vietnamese coffee is really good. Makes me miss Vietnam!

  8. Vietnamese food is one of my favorites. I would love to check out this restaurant. I am hoping to be in the San Antonio area this winter. I will have to add it to my must try list.

  9. My favorite cuisine Vietnamese dishes! Especially spring roll and Vietnamese ice coffee is the best! They all look soooo delicious!

  10. I enjoyed all of these and the Vietnamese cuisine during my stay in Vietnam! A great fan of their Vietnamese coffee, Pho and spring rolls!

  11. So hungry, so nice pictures 😀 never tried vietnamese food… and i think i will like the coffee to 🙂

  12. I don’t know that I’ve ever had a Vietnamese dish. I’m definitely game to try this type of cuisine!

  13. ooh I love fresh spring rolls! Makati is just a nearby city. So, I could spare some time to check this out myself.

  14. I must admit that Vietnamese coffee is the best coffee ever in the world. And Vietnamese cuisine is always appealing to me. Thanks for your suggestion.

  15. I have heard so good about the Vietnamese Coffee but haven’t tried it yet. It’s time i should have a sip of it. And those Spring Rolls look so yummy and if they are spicy that’s better.

  16. I don’t think you could ever go wrong with serving fresh spring rolls. There is something so satisfying about being able to make them yourself and making a nice peanut sauce to dip them into.

  17. Those foods looks delicious and satisfying. I really want to try fresh spring rolls it looks healthy and tasty as well.

  18. I love spring rolls – one of these days I will actually attempt to make them myself, but I am kind of afraid of messing them up. Until then, I will just keep on ordering them I guess, lol – blessings

  19. I’d always go for banh mi anytime. But, seeing your post is timely because I’m getting tomorrow the Vietnamese spring rolls that I ordered from an officemate.

  20. This is a nice review! I always have to be careful about Vietnamese restaurants because fish sauce is everywhere! My husband enjoys it though so I will pass this one for if he’s ever in the area again!

  21. I know that Vietnamese coffee is tasty. I like it. However, in Vietnam coffee beans are almost always Robusta. Robusta is almost twice as strong caffeine wise, with a thick lingering taste and higher acidity

  22. Vietnamese cuisine is one I have not had a lot of. There just aren’t a lot of Vietnamese restaurants near me. This sounds delicious!

  23. Wow! That looks like a really perfect restaurant, I would love to go here someday! The foods looks absolutely delicious!

  24. I love Vietnamese coffee. It’s so sweet and similar to the Filipino taste. But what I love most is the process of making it

  25. These pics look so good! I’m always looking for amazing food and I think that this would be wonderful to try!

  26. I personally love vietnamese food, especially fresh spring rolls! I’d rather have something like this for my lunch anyday that a traditional sandwich!

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