Restaurant 19 Biet Thu, Lộc Thọ, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa, Vietnam Published on: 19-01-2016
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Why Crazy Kim Bar and Restaurant is special ?
The Crazy Kim bar is named after its owner, Kim Le. Kim first left Vietnam in the early 80’s looking for a better life. Her journey brought her all the way to Canada. Having studied in education, she decided to come back to her roots for a temporary teaching position in Nha Trang.
So in 1992 she decided to open her café and use it as a base for her operations. Funding for the day-to-day running of the English School comes from the profits of Crazy Kim Bar. They have a wide selection of beers on tap and in bottles, ‘shooters’ as well as an extensive wine list to rock away to DJ.
The Restaurant menu is a mix of international favourites and Vietnamese cuisine. If it’s a selection of tapas, a healthy salad, pasta, steak, hamburger, nachos, stir-fried fish Vietnamese style or pizza drop in by before the chef takes off his apron.
How to get to Crazy Kim Bar and Restaurant?
The Crazy Kim bar is located on Biet Thu Street, a short walk from Nha Trang Beach. You can also take a taxi from Nha Trang Train Station to get to the place.
- Good times and cheap drinks
- Lovely staff, cheap drinks
- A fantastic little gem, delicious cocktails
- Amazing food, fantastic price
- Good drink specials from noon on wards
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition YES
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast YES
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
19 Biet Thu, Lộc Thọ, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa, Vietnam
Tips for you
We found this place after eating at chopsticks and had a really fun night. We were with our kids (5 and 7) so were there early (about 6pm) had some great cocktails, Long Island Ice Tea and Mud Slides which were amazing! It was happy hour so was inexpensive! I thought the staff were really friendly and kind to my kids (who were getting tired and a bit grumpy) and kept putting bowls of crisps out for them. This (and some 7Up) rejuvenated them so before long we were chasing them round the bar (which the staff didn't mind) and then on the dance floor all trying on the huge array of hats and wigs which was really funny, just gutted both our phones out of battery so sadly no photos! They also run 'Hands off the Kids!' campaign with part of their profit going towards helping prevent paedophilia, so some of our money was helping a good cause too! All in all a fun place with great dance music played at volume you could still talk, we left early (9 ish ) to get the kids to bed but I bet the place is rocking later on. Definitely recommend for cocktails, staff and music!