Been eating at Mandarin since 1999 Food used to be great. Its lost its edge. Lacks the love and taste is always had.o Mr Cu still has amazing photos. Staff need to focus a little more on guests.
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Mr Cu's Mandarin Cafe is a must if you are going to Hue. All the food is good but if you're on you way home after a big night and your stomach has had time to settle from dinner somewhere else, this is the place...More
My friend and I stumbled in here our first night in Hue when we were starving and just getting oriented to Hue. This is a tourist focused restaurant and tour booking service. The food was great, menus in English, and there's lots of travel info...More
Out of my two weeks touring Vietnam from south to north, I think these people are the 10% of the honest Vietnamese left. Their prices are clearly marked. They were very friendly.
We stayed right across the road from the Cafe in Hue. This restuarant was just what we needed. Great food and the owner is a very interesting man. Well travels photography. He has his photos displayed all over his restuarant and also hands out post...More
It was clear from the start that the lady who was taking our order was not going to get it right. Indeed, she forgot one thing, brought me the wrong tea and the wrong bahn khoai (I ordered pork but got mushrooms instead). After mentioning...More
You go here for the food only to find the owner, Mr Cu, is also a photographer. Each of us received one of his images which he promptly proceeded to sign. The food was good, the beer was cold and needed in the 37 degree...More
We ate here twice, once because I felt I needed to come see the photographs, and the second time because we'd liked the food and hadn't a better idea for dinner. Both times we found congenial people there to talk to, other travellers. The vegetarian...More
This family-run restaurant is very friendly. From the outside it just looks like a cafe. But the Vietnamese food is delicious and reasonably priced. (We did not sample the Western food. What makes the Mandarin Cafe unique is its proprietor, Mr Cu, whose hobby is...More
My boyfriend and I have eaten our way through Vietnam for the last 2 weeks and found this place for dinner for our 1 night in Hue. We ordered the chicken friend rice, sautéed vegetables and the banh khoai and all were disappointing. The vegetables...More