5 mins walk from crazy house. Turn left from the exit of crazy house. Veggies are fresh and tasty. English menu is available. Price is reasonable.
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Not even vegetarian and we absolutely loved this place. Stumbled upon this little gem after a visit to the crazy house as it's just up the road. Was so impressed with the food quality, especially since we were the only ones in the restaurant which...More
We were very impressed with this place. The food and service were very good indeed. Our hotel recommended this place and we weren't disappointed. We had fresh spring rolls with peanut sauce, mushrooms with lemongrass and onions, aubergine with spring onions and fried vegetables. Generous...More
Everything here was superb. The mushrooms with lemongrass, the aubergine with spring onions, the stir fried veg and the fresh spring rolls were all simply cooked in a way that celebrates each individual ingredient. The service was great too.
We where the only guests (maybe due to Monday Night+Shoulderseason) which made us a bit sceptical at first. As well as the interior. But we were glad we stayed and tasted the delicious Thai Hot Pot and the fresh Spring Rolls. Both were very tasty...More
We are a non vegetarian couple that love meat! I have to say that this vegetarian meal was sensational! The vietnamese certainly know how to use their spices and herbs to make the meal tasty. First time we'd tried tofu too. The ambience of the...More
I went here a few times for dinner. One night they were empty, another night they were very busy. My favourite dish was the mushroom clay pot. The hot pots were ok, but I've had much more flavourful hot pots elsewhere. Their other dishes are...More
We went here for dinner. The place was understated and rather spartan but clean and quiet. We selected four vegetarian dishes and enjoyed our meal but, with the exception of the tofu cooked in lemongrass, which was wonderful, we did not feel that the dishes...More
First had a juice down stairs (same owner) while chatting to owner and watching him prune his Bonsi. Then went up for a feed. I was sick and the quiet location plus fresh food made me feel much better.
It looked closed from the outside, and even though it was Saturday night and most places were packed, they had no people there. We had stir fried noodles, but they forgot to cooked the noodles. The taste was good but a little too crispy. Oh...More