Visited as this place was right next to our hotel. The food was very tasty without being spectacular. The Hanoi steak was really good as was the satay tofu. The restaurant had a nice atmosphere and good service.
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Honestly there are a lot of newer restaurants around town but this one is just been a restaurant that has been doing business for over 30 years. I have been going throughout that time. It has expanded over the years but the menu is getting...More
Found this restaurant from a blog, knew it’s owned by family and they offer cooking classes too. When a restaurant is good enough to open cooking classes, you know their food must be great and it was! We ordered Bun Cha & pho, both tasted...More
We were brought here as part of our tour. The food was delicious (especially the fish) and the owners were very friendly. Highly recommend!!
A stumbled across this beautiful restaurant and am so glad I did. The menu is quite extensive but provides a good description of dishes in English. I had the Bun Cha and was treated with the most succulent pork cooked in skewers that came with...More
Was searching a place to try Vietnamese bonshaw. The exterior is small and quaint upon entering the restaurant it's warm and polished wood bar make it very comfortable. I started with the fresh rolls and ended with bonshaw. The beginning me's herbs mixed with 2...More
Our group tour was brought here for lunch. Nice-looking place with good service. The seafood soup was delicious. The fried eggplant with chopped meat sauce was wonderfully flavorful, and the chicken with ginger was yummy!
We were guided here by our G-Adventures tour guide. I suspect it was because they were able to accommodate a group of 12-20. The pre-dinner cocktails ($2-4) were supposed to be a gin fizz and Tom Collins but if there was any gin in them,...More