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Review of Quan Dau

Quan Dau
Cuisines: Vietnamese
Description: Providing a memorable dining experience that specialise in Vietnamese traditional cuisine from the north. The main dishes are: Spring rolls, West lake Shrimp cake, Bun cha Ha Noi, Sea crab spring rolls, Pho cuon, Bun Dau mam tom... in cheap price and clean. The decor that combines bamboo furnishings and low-level seating, a country side wall decor make you feel naturally and friendly:-Bánh tôm Hồ Tây (“West Lake shrimp cake”) is a type of batter-dipped shrimp patties that were originally made and served by a state-owned restaurant next to West Lake in the 1970’s. Originally, freshwater shrimp that were caught from West Lake were used to make the dish, hence geographically inspired moniker. Bánh tôm Hồ Tây is served with sweet and sour fish sauce, green papaya and carrot slices-Pho Cuon: packages the flavors of pho and goi cuon in one neat little parcel. This Hanoi take on fresh spring rolls uses sheets of uncut pho noodles to encase fried beef, herbs and lettuce or cucumber. -Bún chả Hà Nội (grilled pork vermicelli soup) may not sound particularly appetizing, but be assured this thin rice vermicelli served cold with grilled marinated pork is legendary. Bun cha is served with a plate of white rice noodle (bún), a steamy broth and herbs. Traditionally, chả (the pork) is a marinated pork patty, but another type of chả (small pieces of fatty pork belly) also often accompany the patties. -Bun Dau Mam Tom: This plain-looking tofu and noodle dish is served with mam tom sauce -- the Vegemite of Vietnam. The pungent purple dipping sauce is used to flavor the slabs of deep-fried fofu that are at the core of the meal. -.....
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Description: Providing a memorable dining experience that specialise in Vietnamese traditional cuisine from the north. The main dishes are: Spring rolls, West lake Shrimp cake, Bun cha Ha Noi, Sea crab spring rolls, Pho cuon, Bun Dau mam tom... in cheap price and clean. The decor that combines bamboo furnishings and low-level seating, a country side wall decor make you feel naturally and friendly:-Bánh tôm Hồ Tây (“West Lake shrimp cake”) is a type of batter-dipped shrimp patties that were originally made and served by a state-owned restaurant next to West Lake in the 1970’s. Originally, freshwater shrimp that were caught from West Lake were used to make the dish, hence geographically inspired moniker. Bánh tôm Hồ Tây is served with sweet and sour fish sauce, green papaya and carrot slices-Pho Cuon: packages the flavors of pho and goi cuon in one neat little parcel. This Hanoi take on fresh spring rolls uses sheets of uncut pho noodles to encase fried beef, herbs and lettuce or cucumber. -Bún chả Hà Nội (grilled pork vermicelli soup) may not sound particularly appetizing, but be assured this thin rice vermicelli served cold with grilled marinated pork is legendary. Bun cha is served with a plate of white rice noodle (bún), a steamy broth and herbs. Traditionally, chả (the pork) is a marinated pork patty, but another type of chả (small pieces of fatty pork belly) also often accompany the patties. -Bun Dau Mam Tom: This plain-looking tofu and noodle dish is served with mam tom sauce -- the Vegemite of Vietnam. The pungent purple dipping sauce is used to flavor the slabs of deep-fried fofu that are at the core of the meal. -.....
Reviewed 31 March 2015 via mobile

Staff so lovely! They didn't speak English but we managed to communicate and I had a great meal with great service, friendly family atmosphere (:

1  Thank Christine S
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Reviewed 21 September 2013

We had dinner here and tried some diffirent food. The food price from $1 - $1.5 listed on the menu. The food here was really good for us. They said the food here come from the North, the bamboo low table and wall decor as The North traditional farm ... Vietnammese traditional food. I love it!

Date of visit: August 2013
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Reviewed 23 November 2018 via mobile
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Date of visit: November 2018
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Reviewed 28 March 2014
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Date of visit: March 2014
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