Viet's restaurant would like to thank you so much for your support during the past time. Viet's staffs will not stop bringing good food to serve the best.And also sharing the joy has passed westword voted as one of the best food restaurants of the year.

Our History

Viets owner Hiep Thai comes from a restaurant family — and it shows in the quality of each dish on the extensive menu, ranging from simple rice or noodle combos with grilled beef or chicken to elaborate hot pots brimming with all manner of meat, fish and fowl. If you're not sure where to start, go with Viet's house appetizer platter mounded with softshell crab, pork, shrimp, egg rolls and shrimp paste, all served with rice paper to build your own rolls with. If you're feeling more adventurous, order a bubbling pot of lao de (goat hot pot) with funky chao (fermented-soybean sauce) and a garden's worth of taro root, turnip greens, garlic chives and other greens served with springy wheat noodles. Salads are also of note, whether loaded with plump shrimp, savory duck or shredded pork; the pungent dressings that balance fish sauce with sweet and tangy notes liven up an unusual variety of tropical vegetables, from banana blos-som to bitter on choy.

Review Yelp

This was such an awesome spot for Vietnamese food. Located in the back corner of New Saigon market, Viet's Restaurant (not to be confused with the Cafe) doesn't necessarily look fancy from the outside. But once you walk in, you are greeted with fish tanks, TVs playing relaxing nature videos, gorgeous decor, and an open, airy-feeling dining area. They have a large stage in the center of the room, and it definitely looks like they can host large events there. The food was phenomenal, and offers more depth and variety than the smaller pho shops along Federal (not talking smack, I love those places too). The service was also fantastic. Overall, if you are craving Vietnamese food, but want to level it up, this is your spot!
Amy R.
Really good food with plenty of selection! Nice little place we stumbled upon while visiting Denver. I had the Banh Canh Tom Cua which is a sort of seafood soup that had a unique taste. We also tried this rice appetizer I forgot the name of but feel free to look at the picture below and order it - you'll like it especially if you like fish sauce. I don't have Vietnamese all the time, but the dishes we ordered here were all pretty top notch. Service was quick and easy as well. Nice little place, will definitely visit again to try some new things on the menu!
Henry O.
My parents flew in to visit! As always they're looking for great Vietnamese food and we again find ourselves back at Viet's. We shared a hot pot and it was SO good. The service was also great, our server gave us quite a few fun dipping sauces and I had a great time here with my family 🙂
Theresa T.
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