Had two different fish entrees, and they were good. No English on menus. Service was ok, smokers at next table ruined meal. Yes, more suited for locals.
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As a solo diner I found this restaurant a little over whelming as tables are set up for 8 to 12 people. The restaurant mainly caters to large family groups for celebrations and is typically Vietnamese. The western dishes I tried were a little disappointing...More
We had the rice with chicken, some noodles and some prawns. There were 3 tables with locals, as I understood. All of them seemed to be very satisfied. We're an European couple - it didn't work at all. Chicken was quite tough and bloody -...More
I visited this restaurant about 15 years ago when I was a little kid. That was the first time I had tapinlu (hotpot with beef/seafood and vegetables). 15 years later, it still tastes good. I can imagine the restaurant has gone through many renovations but...More
The atmosphere was nice and quaint, but that was where the good part ended. The staff couldn't speak a word of English, but that wasn't a big problem, for me food is king when going out and of the 7-8 main courses we ordered only...More
We were looking for a standard Vietnamese meal and this was it, fairly good menu and food was nice and tasty, nothing exceptional though. Prices seemed a bit higher than others we saw later, mains were over 120000. Still good by Western prices though! Banana...More
We tried the fried rice with beef and a crispy noodle with chicken dish. We came in during the noon lunch rush, so the whole place was packed with buisnessmen and women drinking Heinekin like it would be banned tomorrow - quite a lot of...More