The real taste of Vietnamese cuisine comes to Kowloon Bay thanks to the tireless efforts of Deli Viet, a small Vietnamese restaurant in the Telford Plaza Phase II shopping mall along Wai Yip Street. All the fresh Southeast Asian delicacies you could wish for are represented here, typically delicate and nuance in flavour profile, making Deli Viet a surefire winner for Vietnamese food in this part of Hong Kong and Kowloon.
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Get your fill of drink and wine at Deli Viet while you feast of some of the best Vietnamese food in Hong Kong’s Kowloon Bay. Deli Viet can be found in the huge Telford Plaza mall, at the southern Phase II tip best accessed from Wai Yip Street and close to Kowloon Bay station, making it a great place to stop and sip a soup for a while in between bouts of frenzied shopping. There’s nothing better than a jasmine tea and a bowl of noodles to help reduce what modern psychologists are referring to as ‘retail rage’.
In fact, the well-known calmative properties of ginger do more than just settle an inflamed alimentary canal – the pungent rhizome so beloved of Chinese medicine also calms the waters of the mind, and you’ll find a whole lot of ginger in the delicious Vietnamese dishes at Kowloon Bay’s Deli Viet. With a menu consisting of vegetable, dessert, drink and wine (with some other hidden gems), it’s hard to choose. However, we recommend the Vietnamese-style poached vegetables with broth and the traditional Vietnamese sweet cake. Find Deli Viet in Hong Kong’s vast Telford plaza mall.