Bia Ruou Phu Quoc Restaurant Review

In the proximity of Emerald Bay sits this gem of a restaurant also brewing Bia Tuoi Craft Beer on site.

Restaurant Name: Bia RuouBIA RƯỢU NGK QUỐC TẾ PHÚ QUỐC
Address: 380 Nguyen Van Cu, TT. An Thoi, Phu Quoc; tt. An Thới, Phu Quoc, Kien Giang, Vietnam

Note:  This is an independent restaurant review based on my experience.

For more info about Phu Quoc and the top things to do click the link.
Find out where we stayed ⇒ Guest House.

Our morning at the beach created quite an appetite. We stopped at a roadside restaurant called Bia Ruou Phu Quoc which we later found out also boasts the Bia Tuoi Phu Quoc Craft Beer micro breweryIt is conveniently located close to Coconut Prison and Emerald Bay so it was a perfect stop while waiting for the prison to open.

The owner, who speaks very good English, is running a Micro Brewery & Restaurant serving traditional Vietnamese food with a twist. He takes the time to explain his dishes and every dish we tried was well worth it. Bursting with flavor!

We ordered:
– stir fried cabbage with oyster sauce & fried garlic
– Shrimps sautéed in beer, served with lemon Thai chili sauce & fresh basil
– Fried Rice with egg omelette, pepper, fried garlic, parsley and a spicy chili fish sauce
– 1 liter of craft beer
– 1 water

Total Cost: 120.000 dong / €4.50 / USD$5.30

Links of Possible Interest:
→ Phu Quoc Island / Photos
…..⇒ Extreme Budget Tips – $10/day Phu Quoc
.….⇒ Stay: Gia Thanh Guest House
…..⇒ Eat: AceroLa Bar and Restaurant
…..⇒ Eat: Bun Cha Ha Noi / Bún Chả Hà Nội
…..⇒ Eat / Bar: Langchia Hostel & Bar
…..⇒ Eat: Quan An Mien Trung (at the night Market)
…..⇒ Eat: Quan Oc Binh Dan Restaurant
…..⇒ Eat: Quan Ra Koi / Quán Ra Khơi
…..⇒ Eat / Bar: Rory’s Beach Bar
…..⇒ Eat: Thu Phuong Restaurant

Location:  Asia  >  Southeast Asia  >  Vietnam  > Phu Quoc > Kiên Giang >  An Thoi > Bia Ruou > Bia Tuoi

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Diane Misol

Canadian living in Germany - Enjoying Travel & Documenting as I go! My goal is to bring you honest reporting based on my experience. As blogging took over the internet, so did glossy photos and life is perfect mentality. The world is now officially viewed through rose coloured glasses. I aim to bring you a truer, more realistic version. Hope you enjoy and please share if you do.

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