Restaurant Dinh Cau Night Market Võ Thị Sáu tt. Dương Đông tp. Phú Quốc tỉnh Kiên Giang, Vietnam Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why Dinh Cau night market (restaurant) is special ?
Dinh Cau night market, situated in the center of Duong Dong town, Phu Quoc island, is the place you should pay a visit when coming to this city. There are more than 100 market stalls mainly serving sea foods such as noodles in crab chowder, boiled snails, boiled squids, strings of grilled meat, thick noodle soup with fish pastes, etc. Spacious, clean stalls, fresh tasty dishes and friendly services are undoubtedly distinctive features that have made particular impressions on many visitors.
Not only is Dinh Cau market well known for specialties, it is also the place where a wide variety of handicraft products can be found. Tourists can buy jewelry, souvenirs made from pearls, starfishes, shells as gifts for friends, family and relatives. Besides, fairs with variety programs are often organized here, which has attracted many young people to come and enjoy. Though the fairs are crowded with audiences, they are not messy and disordered at all. Fresh sea foods, beautiful handicrafts and special programs are factors that are gradually making Dinh Cau market a favorite place for tourists here and there.
- Excellent fresh seafood
- Something fun to do
- Great and varied seafood
- Great seafood with local
- Great Experience
- Noise level Loud
- Budget Budget
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
Dinh Cau Night Market Võ Thị Sáu tt. Dương Đông tp. Phú Quốc tỉnh Kiên Giang, Vietnam
We came for dinner and was surprised by the fresh seafood in tanks . After walking around we settled on one and had the most amazing seafood. It was fresh, and cooked in a simple way which brought the flavours out. Very enjoyable w the local beer! Shops wise it was repeated items being sold but definitely nice as the crowds were all local.
Great place to walk through..... From small stalls, to replicated seafood restaurants where you can choose your food while it's still kicking. Prices are not cheap, but maybe they push things up during low season. All-in-all a nice outing before hitting the pubs.