This place does not exist anymore. Not here, anyway. The restaurant 'risotto' is here now. Not been there, but the bakery across the street is a nice alternative.
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We like the homemake cake and pasta. It is a wonderful restaurant as it employs disadvantaged youths to help them get a foothold in society. To think that such noble person exists in Hue really makes Hue a friendly, caring place.
We went walking the streets looking for the restaurant, gave up after several attempts. Walk back towards our hotel to see what we could get for breakfast, saw Bloom's Cake Shop, went in and they said the restaurant was now closed and moved to just...More
We had a really tasty baguette lunch at Bloom. Excellent fresh baguettes with tasty filling and crispy vegetables. Good coffee. Service was good. Pleasent staff. Prices good value. I can without doubt recommend Bloom for breakfast or lunch.
Stopped here and ordered a brownie to go. Wasn't excellent, wasn't terrible. Just average. Can't say anything about menu as I didn't take the time to view
Went twice as chicken fried rice, spring rolls and fresh vegetables with garlic filled us up and was not too spicy but tasty. Helping children without parents , medical care to youths, fighting chid trafficking, provide education to children...all great causes you help by eating...More
I stopped in at Bloom for a quick bite for lunch and ordered a pineapple shake and chicken fried rice. The pineapple shake was really tasty and inexpensive and the fried rice was one of the best I've had, with a nice garnish of sliced...More
Read about Bloom in the Lonely Planet guidebook and decided to have lunch there to support a good cause. It's an unassuming and simple kind of place, probably better for breakfast or lunch rather than dinner. The coffee and baguette sandwiches are tasty and inexpensive,...More
Perhaps I was there on an off day but this was one of the worst meals I've eaten in Vietnam. I read about it in Lonely Planet so wanted to support the training of disadvantaged youths. I had lemongrass pork (steamed rice is purchased separately)...More