I eat here twice. First time i had pho bo which was not good but not a disaster so i thought i can come back if i want vietnamese food, since it is close to my office. Today i have bun bo hue and this...More
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Place is very easy to find (i used google map), it's an old house converted into a restaurant. They have nice garden brfore entrance of the restaurant. The food was good but quite expensive. Would like to try other menu for my next visit.
The place is excellent and warm. It offers healthy menu and palatable to the taste buds. The staff were cordial and accomodating.
We had two different kinds of Pho. Both had good broth but nothing to write home about. We also had a palm heart salad that was pretty good. I had the basil ice cream...nice taste but disappointingly full of crystals. When you are in the...More
I am expecting more choices actually. I have tried almost everything and I wish they serve or offer food of the month or food of the week.
We went there last Friday. We are looking for a place where we can eat food which is different from the usual. We are happy that we found this restaurant although we keep on passing by it. The ambiance is nice. If you want to...More
Had high expectations reading the reviews but i have to say that it was a bit underwhelming. Place has potential but the food was not that good. We tried the classics and I was disappointed with the pho bo. The soupnwas thin and did not...More
I've been here several times with family and it's always good. We've tried almost everything but my favorite has to be the tamarind prawns. Just awesome. Made us get a second serving of rice! I'm just quite disappointed with their pho. Too expensive yet it's...More
Admittedly, my foodie-in-crime partner and I have only eaten at this place once. It is a pretty, cozy little restaurant, and that's quite a pleasant plus mark. The food we had on our visit was tasty yet not very remarkable. We tried the standard and...More