In a city renowned for its outstanding restaurants, Ngon, which means "delicious," is quite a phenomenon, and is a not-to-be-missed experience for all visitors to the city. When it opened around a decade ago, it was an immediate hit both among office workers and tourists, as it brought together the city's top street vendors under one roof and offered their delectable dishes at low prices in hygienic conditions. Seating is around and inside a beautiful colonial building, and the menu offers everything from simple noodle dishes to barbecued fish with delicate sauces. Unfortunately, it suffers from the copycat syndrome, so pervasive in Vietnam, whereby someone has opened up a restaurant under the same name in the old location at 138 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia, so check that you're at 160 Pasteur before stepping inside.