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17 Best Ottawa Vietnamese Restaurants

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17 Best Ottawa Vietnamese Restaurants

Winter is here. Which means nothing sounds better than a warm bowl of pho, a bowl of vermicelli or those classic spring rolls that everyone loves. Such comfort food, right?

The best thing about Vietnamese food is how cheap it is, but that never means that the food isn't amazing. You can get so much food for such a low price, and have the best meal of your life as well. Ottawa is home to so many Vietnamese restaurants, and they're all unreal. You'll never be disappointed. Good luck just choosing one from this list, and enjoy!

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1. New Mee Fung Restaurant // 350 Booth Street

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2. Cô Châm // 780 Somerset Street West

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3. Authentic Vietnamese Pho House // Multiple Locations

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4. 36 Pho Viet Cuisine // 1600 Merivale Road

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5. Asian Alley // 8 Byward Market Square

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6. Saigon Boy Noodle House // 648 Somerset Street West

7. Que Huong // 787 Somerset Street West

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8. Pho Bo Ga King // Multiple Locations

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9. Pho Van Van // 127 Holland Avenue

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10. Vietnamese Kitchen // 1098 Bank Street

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11. Kanata Noodle House // 500 Hazeldean Road

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12. Huong Vietnamese Bistro // 359 Booth St

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13. Ox Head Restaurant // 790 Kanata Avenue

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14. Pho Thu Do // 781 Somerset Street

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15. iPho // 115 Parent Avenue

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16. Red Pepper Thai-Viet // 434 Bank Street

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17. Pho By Night // 309 Dalhousie Street

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